|Full name||CZ 75|
|Country of origin||Czechoslovakia|
|Manufacturer||Česká zbrojovka Uherský Brod (Czech Arms Factory)|
|Faction||Griffin & Kryuger|
|Voice actor||Kokido Shiho|
|Released on||CN, TW, KR, EN, JP|
Click the marked area to switch between animations
How to obtain
NORMALHEAVY Not craftable.
DROP Limited Time Event "Special Rescue Op X". Arctic Warfare Limited Drop E1-3, E3-4(JP). Deep Dive Limited Drop (EN).
REWARD Limited Time Event "Truth Prevails".
There is no exclusive equipment for this T-Doll.
Stats / Data
The CZ 75 is a semi-automatic pistol made by Czech firearm manufacturer Česká zbrojovka Uherský Brod (ČZUB). First introduced in 1975, it was one of the original "wonder nines" handguns, and features a staggered-column magazine, all-steel construction, and a hammer forged barrel. It has been widely distributed throughout the world, and is the most common handgun in the Czech Republic.
The CZ 75 is a short recoil operated, locked breech pistol. It uses the Browning linkless cam locking system similar to that used in the Browning Hi-Power pistol, where the barrel and slide are locked together on firing, using locking lugs milled into the barrel mating with recesses in the roof of the slide. An enclosed cam track integral with the barrel is actuated by the slide release lever's transverse pin. After the first few millimetres of the recoil stroke, the barrel is cammed downwards at the rear, enabling the slide to continue the recoil stroke and eject the spent cartridge.
The CZ 75 was also one of the first high-capacity 9mm pistols with a manual safety similar to that of the Browning Hi-Power. This allows the CZ 75 to be carried with the hammer cocked with safety applied and a round chambered, ready for use simply by switching the safety off, a configuration known as condition 1. It is somewhat unusual for double-action pistols to have this "cocked and locked" type of safety; most such as the Walther P38 and the Beretta 92F have a combination safety/decocking lever (as do some later versions of the CZ 75).
Due to a 60 percent duty on Czech-made products at the time and because CZ failed to secure world patent protection for their design, CZ could not market their pistol in the United States when it debuted. This has led to a number of copies and clones of the CZ design. Notable CZ75 clones include the Norinco NZ-75, the IMI Jericho 941, and the Bren Ten.
Gallery consisting of artworks used primarily in-game.
Alternate gallery consisting of artworks with slight alterations as well as miscellaneous artworks.
- The pistol was not sold in Czechoslovakia until 1985, when it became popular among sport shooters (sport shooting is the third most widespread sport in the Czech Republic, after football and ice hockey). It was adopted by the Czech armed forces only after the Velvet Revolution in 1989.
- Her tomahawk might be a reference to the Battlefield Friend's "bipod knife" meme, which later is implemented as an unlockable melee weapon in Battlefield 4.
|List of T-Dolls|