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Looking to replace 75 Compact grips....

TheShotgunMessenger

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So, about a week ago I went in and did paperwork for a Cz 75 Compact (manual). I fell in love with the size, heft, and feel in my hands. I love it but one of the first things I want to change on it is the grips on it. I'm looking to find a nice set of wood ones. I know I can just look around on Google and find some but I was hoping maybe someone on here could recommend a good brand with high quality wood. Not a cheap china made pair.

If anyone could give me any recommendations I would appreciate it greatly!
 

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check Cajun Gun Works. They’re pretty much CZ central in these parts and they do factory authorized mods and such.
I bought rosewood for my nickel 75b, but not sure on the compact. I use factory grips on my compact and like the feel.
I carry it everyday
 

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check Cajun Gun Works. They’re pretty much CZ central in these parts and they do factory authorized mods and such.
I bought rosewood for my nickel 75b, but not sure on the compact. I use factory grips on my compact and like the feel.
I carry it everyday
Thank you!
Funny enough, I was actually just on their website before I came here. I'm looking to get their "Pro-Package" next. I shot the 75 compact a good bit yesterday. I'm already in love with it but deff needs a trigger upgrade. I do like the feel of the stock grips but I do enjoy the look of wood.
 

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Yeah I did my own trigger on one, and they did the other. Theirs is a bit better, but I gotta say that because they took a month and some money.
The CZ75’s military pedigree is painfully obvious out of the box.
 

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Not wood, but I have LOK grips on my CZs. I totally get why you prefer wood, but if a G10 color combo can scratch that it itch for you their THIN grips are wonderful. Just about turn a softball into a baseball if you carry. Just another option, YMMV.
 

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I have CZ made cocobolo on several of my CZs.

I have been very happy with them. Looks like they are out of stock, didn't look at a ton of places.

CZ Grips CZ 75 Compact Checkered Cocobolo (midwayusa.com)

Have had some LOK g10 grips and didn't like the feel, grip quality was fine though.
Have tried several of the pachmeyers and haven't been that impressed with them, they were cheap though.

Could go the super classy route:
Amazon.com : DOXICON&NOMIX Mother of Pearl Inlays CZ 75 85 Compact Size Handcraft Handmade Grips : Sports & Outdoors

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This guy makes some nice looking grips, seem reasonable also.
 

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Sorry for the late response...

I ended up going with these custom grips from Marschal Grips. Took a few months to get to me but well worth it! They look 100x better than in the picture but at least you get the idea. It is Wattle wood with red shellac finish.

Thanks for all those who gave suggestions! It is much appreciated.
 
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Sorry for the late response...

I ended up going with these custom grips from Marschal Grips. Took a few months to get to me but well worth it! They look 100x better than in the picture but at least you get the idea. It is Wattle wood with red shellac finish.

Thanks for all those who gave suggestions! It is much appreciated.
I have had 2 sets of those crack and split on CZ-82's.
 
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