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I'm interested in purchasing a full-size 9mm and would appreciate any feedback/opinions on the CZ-75. This spring I purchased a CZ-82 from AIM and I absolutely love it. I've looked at S&W, Rugers, Glocks, not too impressed ( although I have a S&W 28-2 that I wouldn't trade for anything). The more I read/research CZ's, the more I'm convinced they're a great buy. Again, any help would be welcomed. Thank you for your time and expertise.
 

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A definite +1 for the CZ-75. The current version available is the CZ-75B. I like the short trigger pull. A well made and under appreciated pistol. They are available in 9mm and 40S&W. Definitely buy the .22LR Kadet conversion kit that is available for it.
 

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I've shot a 75b, 75bd, and a Kadet 22. Liked them all athough I just couldn't get use to the decocker on the 75bd. The Kadet was a blast though.
 

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Good Pistol

The CZ-75 was the most accurate pistol of my collection (for me). Love it. Fits well in the hand and has swallowed all the ammo I gave it.

This is one of the "1:2000 tacticals" a few years ago.

Howard
 

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I have a CZ75B and love it best new style 9mm on the market ( I grew up shooting BHP's) feel just as good and shoots like a dream.
 

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I got my first CZ-75 in 1987 when the first cheap ones were coming in imported by Bauska. Great gun. I took it to API 250 in 1988 and Cooper grudgingly awarded me an Expert dilpoma with. I say grudgingly cuz' y'all know how he felt about the 9. The CZ-75's and 85's now are much better than the guns made under the Communists. You won't be disappointed if you get one.
 

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CZ-75 pistols

I have a CZ-75BD, Two CZ-75's and the Kadet conversion. Love them all!

Have a Fire Point holographic sight on one of the CZ-75's and Crimson Trace Laser grips on the CZ-75BD. I've not done anything to the other CZ-75 because it is the 30th anniversary model and I want to keep it as new and unfired.

These are accurate and reliable guns which I wouldn't ever get rid of.
 
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