Gun Report

CZ 75B w/Kadet Adapter 22 LR

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This is what you get for $412. While it might not look like much, it transformed the CZ into a very fine rimfire with exactly the same weight and balance as with the 9mm version. In fact it was just slightly heavier, corresponding to a loaded 9mm CZ. We thought that was a nice touch.

CZ 75B w/Kadet Adapter 22 LR

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With the spring and its guide pulled out, the sliding breech comes out revealing this is not a simple setup at all. There’s lots of clever and intricate machining here. With the cost of tritium sights being around $100, we though this setup was actually priced very competitively, related to 1911 conversions. It came with two magazines.
The Kadet Adapter had actually more weight than the parts it replaced, giving the gun the same heft as it had as a centerfire. This setup was not inexpensive, but as well made as it was, and as well as it worked. with night sights to boot, we thought it to be worth the cost.
The Kadet Adapter’s rear sight was really nice, with tritium inserts and well-marked adjustment lines. We didn’t have to move it to hit the center of our target, but fine tuning is possible.

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