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    CZ 75B Owners step inside

    I am in shopping mode for a new 9mm. I have looked at several different brands and I have shot a Glock 17 and 19, and also a Springfield XD. I own a P95. I was in Cabela's yesterday, and looked at the CZ 75B. As soon as I picked it up, it fit my hand like a great fitting glove! The gun would not be used for concealed carry. I shoot IDPA once a week, which, while I enjoy the competition, is more for practice purposes. I feel like this would be a great gun for me, for no other reason than the way it feels in my hand. I haven't picked up a 9mm yet that felt so molded to my hand. Anybody else have his experience with the feel of this gun? Am I crazy to love this gun just on how it feels?
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    My 75D PCR feels the same way in my hand. Funny how some guns just "feel right".
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    I have the CZ 75BD model. I bought it because it does fit my hand so well. The more I shoot it the better I like it. It was used when I bought it so the trigger was very smooth.
    The gun is heavy. Recoil is tame and second shot follow up is quick. I may even CC mine some.
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    I love the CZ 75. I have one, but it gets little range time due to me carrying Sigs. If I was not so deep in Sig's, I'd probably be a CZ guy. They are built right, priced right and they are dead nuts accurate and reliable. Balance is perfect. Its an adaptation of a near perfect design, and can hang with the big names easily.
    The only thing I have bad to say, is that the trigger leaves a little to be desired out of the box; no worries though, they smooth out with use.
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    I like my P-06 and when I took it to a local gun shop, the fellas behind the counter felt as you do, it fits well.

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    I had one, and sold it when finances were dire. I liked it so much though, that it WILL be replaced. I shot very well in IDPA with it, and carried it daily.
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    I have the 85B version for Ambi use. Fantastic shooter, recoils like a BB gun!

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    Owning a CZ75 P-01, P-06, Compact 9mm, and RAMI's in both 9mm and .40 cal, I might be a tad bit prejudiced.

    CZ's just seem to be ergonomically correct. Add to that they are reliable, accurate and reasonably priced, they're hard to beat.
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    I own the original model. Works quite nicely as my carry piece. My only gripe ist that since it is the "A" model the CZ mag interchangeability is lacking, as are some parts.
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    Not much I can add except my CZ 75 is one of the finest shooting guns I own. Accurate, very low recoil, fast back on target and functionally and ergonomically perfect. Truly feels like itís made for your hand when you pick it up.

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    I have a 75 SA and the P-01. IMO the 75 SA is what the HP would have been if Browning would have spend some development time on it back in the 70s and 80s. The 75 is very accurate with its less than perfect trigger it's only handicap. I have run about 2000 rounds through mine and the trigger is getting crisper, my only other compliant is excessive takeup.
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    I have the CZ-85 Combat. Scary accurate. Very fine trigger. I got mine in the dual tone, so besides being a great shooter it is a suitable barbeque gun also. I just got the .22 adapter for it too.
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    My EDC is a CZ 75 BD. My opinion is contained in this thread http://www.defensivecarry.com/vbulle...ort-added.html
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    Thanks guys for all the positve replies about the CZ. It's good to hear that I'm not the only one that fell in love with the "feel" of this gun. I believe I will be adding this to my collection soon.
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