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    new 9mm

    I want to buy one cz 75b inox and want to know who has one and what do you think of them are they reliable

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    CZ's have a strong following, and are a very much underrated gun.
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    I have a cz rami 9mm after it was broke in(300 rounds) it works great! To be fair it,s my wifes gun but she does not carry

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    I just recently picked up the origional one, the 75A. From what I understand they are basically the same gun except there is a firing pin block safety on the B model. Also they use slightly different mags.

    I got mine used, but some people say that the triggers need a good breaking in, as they are a bit rough when new.

    They are Da/Sa and the safety allows you to carry cocked/locked like a 1911, Which is good to have the option. Aftermarket mags are plentiful and cheap, holsters and accessories are also not very hard to find.

    One thing is that they are a bit on the heavy side for CCing. Not too bad, but I think mine weighs in at close to 2.2 lbs empty. If you do not mind the weight or dont plan on using it for EDC then its a great shooter.

    Ran about 200 rounds through mine now and no problems except it does not like remmington ammo. Anything else I have fed through it has worked fine.


    I would caution however, seems like CZs are habit forming.

    If you want to look up more info Here is a site that I go to.

    CZforum
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    don't have one, but i have shot one. it was a good shooter. well made and went bang when i pulled the trigger.
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    I have a CZ75B....excellent gun; very accurate. Great buy!
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    I couldn't tell in your post if you were looking for one or not, but if you need to locate one or want to compare prices you can check out www.gunbroker.com

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    Great gun! I have had the compact for about 5 or 6 years now. It is actually my favorite gun to shoot. I have the steel frame so it is heavier than the polymers, but it is VERY accurate. In fact I just sent it out to get prettied up a bit! You can't go wrong with a CZ

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    Inox? Do you mean stainless steel? Best 75B I've ever owned or handled!


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    get'em while you can. I feel this underated gun will go up drastically in cost one day.
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