ArmA: Cold War Assault Edit
|«|| The CZ 75 is a pistol made in the Czech Republic. First introduced in 1975, it features a staggered-column magazine, all-steel construction, and a hammer forged barrel. It is widely distributed throughout the world and is the most common handgun used in Czechslovakia.|
|CZ-75 9 mm|
|Faction|| - FIA|
- Nogovan Partisans
The CZ-75 is a short-recoil operated, semi-automatic pistol with a fixed barrel that is chambered to fire the 9×19 mm round.
It loads from 14 round magazines and can attain a fire rate of up to 600 rounds per minute, with a muzzle velocity of 360 m/s.
For all intents and purposes, the CZ-75 is essentially a better version of the Soviet Tokarev TT-33 handgun. Both are almost the same statistics-wise, but the CZ-75 has marginally higher accuracy and the same damage output as the TT-33's 7.62 mm round. It also possesses a significantly larger magazine of 14 rounds versus the TT-33's 8, which makes the CZ-75 far more effective in close quarters.
- Unlike its real-life counterpart, the in-game CZ-75 is incorrectly depicted as being able to only load 14 round magazines as opposed to 16.
- Along with all other handguns, the CZ-75 was not actually included as part of the default set of weapons that could be used in Operation Flashpoint: Cold War Crisis (the initial release name of Cold War Assault). It was only added with the Resistance expansion pack, whereupon it was set to be the standard sidearm of the FIA and their Partisan predecessors.
ArmA 2 Edit
|«|| The compact pistols made by CZ excel in outstanding ergonomics, exceptional accuracy of fire and high magazine capacity. The CZ 75 D COMPACT pistol is a handgun in compliance with strict demands and requirements according to NATO specifications. Low weight and dimensions predispose the CZ 75 D COMPACT pistol for personal defence and long term carry.|
|CZ 75 D COMPACT 9 mm|
|Variants||CZ 75 P-07 DUTY, CZ 75 SP-01 PHANTOM|
The CZ 75 D COMPACT is a short-recoil operated, semi-automatic handgun chambered to fire the 9×19 mm round.
It loads from 10 round magazines and can attain a fire rate of up to 600 rounds per minute, with a muzzle velocity of 398 m/s. The CZ 75 D COMPACT cannot be fitted with accessories or muzzle attachments.
The CZ 75 D COMPACT was the standard-issue service pistol of the Czech military during the events of Operation Arrowhead. Performance-wise, it is quite similar to the M9 handgun wielded by American forces, with the main differences being that the COMPACT has slightly reduced accuracy over longer distances and a smaller magazine size of 10 rounds versus the M9's 15.
It is also unable to load magazines from other 9 mm handguns or those from its sub-variants, as although sub-variants of the COMPACT are able to load its magazines, they are not interchangeable with the COMPACT itself. Other than that, the COMPACT is completely identical to the M9 in all other aspects.
CZ 75 P-07 DUTY Edit
|«|| The most modern service model designated as the CZ 75 P-07 DUTY featuring polymer frame and the new Omega trigger mechanism is formed by the popular and powerful compact versions stemming from the legendary CZ 75. The CZ 75 P-07 DUTY pistol in cal. 9mm Luger have just undergone tests achieving satisfactory results and was approved by the authorized test laboratory as to be conforming with the standards and use applied by the US Armed Forces.|
|CZ 75 P-07 DUTY 9 mm|
|Caliber||9×19 mm / 9×19 mm SD|
|17 / 15|
|Variants||CZ 75 D COMPACT, CZ 75 SP-01 PHANTOM|
The CZ 75 P-07 DUTY is a modified variant of the baseline CZ 75 D COMPACT handgun.
As with the COMPACT, it is completely identical to the M9 both performance and statistics-wise, the only difference being that the DUTY has an externally-mounted flashlight fitted beneath the barrel. However, it cannot be suppressed for covert operations like the M9.
Unlike its parent handgun, the DUTY is capable of loading the same magazines used by all 9 mm pistols aside from the 10 round magazines used by the COMPACT.
CZ 75 SP-01 PHANTOM Edit
|«|| The SP-01 PHANTOM is advanced successor of the legendary CZ 75, standard size duty and defence pistol. Thanks to its low weight achieved by the use of heavy-duty plastic is this handgun suitable for armed forces and similar service. Thanks to its unparalleled accuracy, unfailing reliability and high stability while shooting quick shots this handgun is getting more and more popular even among IPSC sport shooters. Adam Tyc, member of Česká zbrojovka a.s., Shooting Team achieved with this handgun at the IPSC shooting events (Production Division) title of the World Champion (2005, 2008), the European Champion (2007) and he is also winner of AustralAsian Games (2004, 2007).|
|CZ 75 SP-01 PHANTOM 9 mm|
|Caliber||9×19 mm / 9×19 mm SD|
|Variants||CZ 75 D COMPACT, CZ 75 P-07 DUTY|
The CZ 75 SP-01 PHANTOM is a heavily modified variant of the baseline CZ 75 D COMPACT handgun.
Unlike the COMPACT, the PHANTOM has the best accuracy out of the three ArmA 2 CZ 75 pistols. It can also be suppressed as well as having the ability to mount either a flashlight or laser pointer beneath the barrel.
As is the case with the DUTY, it can load the same magazines used by all other 9 mm handguns. However, it is primarily designed to load its own in the form of 18 round extended-capacity box magazines.
It should be noted that suppressor-fitted CZ 75 PHANTOM (SD) is only able to load subsonic 9 mm magazines designed for the PHANTOM itself, or those used by the M9 SD.
- Though they almost share the same name, the in-game P-07 DUTY should not be confused with the P07 handgun available in ArmA 3.
- The CZ 75 has the greatest variety when it comes to actual variants out of all the sidearms in ArmA 2 (not including attachment sub-variants).
See also Edit
Weapons of comparable role and configuration Edit
- M9/92F (BLUFOR counterpart)
- M1911 (British Army counterpart)
- G17 (KSK counterpart, ArmA 2: OA only)
- Makarov (OPFOR counterpart)
- Tokarev TT-33 (Soviet counterpart, ArmA: CWA only)
|ACR - Armory (ArmA 2)|
|Handguns||CZ 75 9 mm • G17 9 mm|
|Submachine guns||CZ Scorpion Evo 3 A1 9 mm|
|Assault rifles||CZ 805 BREN 5.56 mm (CZ 805 G1) • M4A3 5.56 mm (M4A3 M203) • Sa-58 7.62 mm|
|Sniper rifles||CZ 750 S1 M1 .308 • SVD Dragunov 7.62 mm|
|Squad automatic weapons||M249 Para 5.56 mm|
|Machineguns||M60E4 7.62 mm • UK-59 7.62 mm|
|Launchers||MAAWS • RPG-7V|
|(Parenthesis) denote variants. | Operation Arrowhead | Army of the Czech Republic|
|Weapons of ArmA: Cold War Assault|
|Handguns||92F 9 mm • CZ-75 9 mm • Glock 17 9 mm • S&W .357 • Tokarev TT-33 7.62 mm|
|Submachine guns||Ingram .45 • MP5SD3 9 mm • PP-19 Bizon 9 mm • Sa-61 Scorpion 7.65 mm • UZI 9 mm|
|Assault rifles||AK-47 7.62 mm (AK-47 GL, AK-47 CZ) • AK-74 5.45 mm (AK-74 GL, AK-74 SU) • AUG A1 5.56 mm • FN-FAL 7.62 mm • G3A4 7.62 mm • G36E 5.56 mm • M16A2 5.56 mm (M16A2 GL) • XM-177E2 5.56 mm|
|Sniper rifles||Hunting Rifle 7.62 mm • M21 7.62 mm • SVD 7.62 mm|
|Machine guns||M60 7.62 mm • PK 7.62 mm|
|Grenade launchers||6G30 • MM-1|
|Launchers||9K32 Strela-2 • AT4 • Carl Gustav M2 • FIM-92 Stinger • M72 LAW • RPG-75NH|
|(Parenthesis) denote variants.|