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Battlefield 4 CZ-75

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Battlefield 4 CZ-75Battlefield 4 CZ-75 (or CZUB CZ 75) is a pistol that can be unlocked and used in multiplayer. The CZ-75 in Battlefield 4 offers a bit more firepower than other unlockable pistols, as it fires the more powerful .40 S&W. The gun looks similar and is based on the M1911, although it fires a smaller round.

Battlefield 4 CZ-75 stats

The The Battlefield 4 CZ-75 is one of the more powerful pistols in the game, and sits somewhere in between the MP412 REX and the standard 9mm weapons such as the M9. The CZ-75 does up to 30 in damage at close range, which drops to 16 at medium and long ranges.

  • Min Damage: 16
  • Max Damage: 30
  • Ammo capacity: 12 rounds
  • Firing rate: 300 RPM
  • Reload time: 2.0 seconds
  • Bullet velocity: 300 m/s
  • Ammunition: .40 S&W

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Battlefield 4 CZ-75 in real life:

real life Battlefield 4 CZ-75

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13 COMMENTS & TRACKBACKS

  1. PeePeeDribbles
    September 4th, 2013 at 10:32 am

    Thank the heavens. Finally a 40

  2. John
    September 9th, 2013 at 9:38 pm

    This is a Czechoslovakian original weapon. It is not based on the M1911. It is a modern version of the CZ-75b.

    • Slothra
      September 20th, 2013 at 12:05 pm

      I think that’s debatable, John. It’s a safe bet that if you’re shooting a sidearm in any caliber 9mm or higher, it borrows something from one of John Browning’s designs.

      I don’t mean to try & skew any national pride for original weapon designs, but it’s unrealistic if you’re expecting to find a pistol that borrows nothing from an existing design somewhere.

      • DarkSyd
        September 26th, 2013 at 3:18 pm

        Apart from both of them sharing Browning’s barrel locking lugs, they are completely different internally. It’s easier to point out that one thing they have in common, as virtually everything else about them is different.

        • Epichambonewin
          March 25th, 2014 at 6:54 pm

          This is a late comment but yeah, they look similar, but they are entirely different pistols.

  3. FirstFox121
    September 21st, 2013 at 6:39 pm

    YES! my favorite handgun in 40! I own a turkish SAR B6 (almost identical copy) the CZ75 is an unrecognized pistol for its quality and ability. this is the best!

  4. (_(_) Pi Gu
    September 27th, 2013 at 12:04 pm

    The cz shown in battlefield 4 is an sp-01 tactical in .40

    I own the 9mm version of this very gun, and absolutely love it. Holds 18 rounds in the mag, and more accurate than me. This will be the only pistol I will use in-game.

    • WOOOOOHHAAA
      October 22nd, 2013 at 12:00 pm

      ^ this.

      • Epichambonewin
        March 25th, 2014 at 6:55 pm

        DEDICATION. I SALUTE YOU SIR!!!

  5. Tom
    November 1st, 2013 at 1:30 am

    The CZ 75, and especially the SP01 featured here is not based on the 1911. While does borrow from a Browning design, it does so from his later work on the Hi Power. This can be both realized and appreciated by looking at both pistols side by side. With that said, it improves upon the Hi Power’s ergonomics and departs mechanically in many ways, most notably by the fact that it has internal slide rails much like the Sig P210. My chief complaint with the way this firearm is featured in the game however, is that it produces significant recoil and delay before a follow up shot. This unfortunately is very uncharacteristic of a CZ-75, let alone a long dustcover SP-01, who’s hallmark is handling and recoil management (even in the snappy 40 S&W). There is a reason many of the top competitive shooters use CZ’s, which is similar to the reason the CZ-75 is the most adopted service pistol in the world, despite its relative obscurity in the US.

  6. Justin
    March 17th, 2014 at 12:31 pm

    The CZ is definitely not based on the M1911. It does have similarities to the Browning Hi-Power but at the same time, they are very different guns. The CZ is considered a wonder nine. The Hi-Power is single action only while the CZ is DA/SA. The slide rests internally of the frame on the CZ, which is not the case with the Hi-Power. The two pistols cam system is entirely different. Parts from either gun will not work on the other. The CZ is larger and heavier at slightly more than 2 pounds. Because of the weight, it has a very natural point-ability and has low recoil, making it accurate. The tight tolerances because of the internal slide supposedly contribute to its accuracy. I have the CZ-85 B, which is the ambidextrous version of the CZ-75 B. The CZ in the picture is a CZ-75 “pre B” as it has a spurred hammer.

  7. WTF
    March 2nd, 2015 at 6:13 pm

    I love the way everyone is suddenly a gun expert on this page…

    • Damir
      March 5th, 2015 at 4:22 am

      Maybe it’s because some of us are gun enthusiats who happen to play this game?

      Also it’s not an SP-01 Tactical. Those come with a decocker, not a manual safety as the one in the game.
      Just a SP-01 .40S&W. Cost is around $650 usd.

      And yes, and I am somewhat of a gun expert. Check out some of the guns I have: http://www.flickr.com/bosniac

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