The CZ-75 is a semi-automatic pistol made by Česká zbrojovka Uherský Brod (CZUB) in the Czech Republic. First introduced in 1975, it features a staggered-column magazine, double-action trigger, and is based off the Browning High-Power design. It can be chambered in either 9x19mm or 40 S&W.
The variant featured in the Battlefield series is the SP01 Shadow; a modern variant developed through the suggestions made by law enforcement and military forces worldwide.
The CZ-75 is a pistol featured in Battlefield 4. The pistol fires .40 S&W rounds, rather than the 9x19mm of most other pistols. It has a capacity of 12 rounds (11 in the magazine and one in the chamber) and has a very slightly lower rate of fire than most pistols. It makes up for this by having a higher damage over range, with its damage not dropping until 12.5 meters. It also has slightly lower recoil than other handguns.
The CZ-75 is a pistol featured in Battlefield Hardline. It is purchasable for the Criminal Operator kit, and has the highest damage in its class, at the cost of the smallest magazine capacity, tied with the P226. It also has the highest hipfire accuracy in its class.
- The right side of the CZ-75 reads "CZ-USA, Kansas City, MS", making it one of the only weapons in-game to have full correct trademarks.
- Unlike most of the other sidearms, the CZ-75 retains its stock tritium sights without having the Ghost Ring Sight equipped, but they are not illuminated until the Ghost Ring is attached.