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Old 01-02-2010, 11:32 PM   #11
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If I could afford it, I would get the limited edition stainless steel version. That thing is just beautiful.

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If I could afford it, I would get the limited edition stainless steel version. That thing is just beautiful.
It certainly is!
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A .40 S&W +P+???

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I have had a CZ75B in .40 S&W for about 2 years now and have about 1000 rounds through it. A very well made, accurate pistol. The handgrip is a little wide for my taste, but I can put 4 out of 5 shots in the bull ring at 25 yards with it. If I had it to do over though, I would probably get the 9MM instead. All in all though, a great gun.

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i just got a 97BD which is a upsized .45 version of the 75 and i love it. i have rented the 75's in 9mm often adn they are just fun pistols ultra accurate and nice shooters.

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There are a handful of firearms out there that many would call outstanding bargains/values. There are far less that are almost universally accepted and revered by shooters of all types as a high quality firearm. My research indicated that CZ's 75b is the rare gun that is both. That was a big factor in my purchase.

The weight, aesthetic preference, or personal fit are about the only deterrents I can imagine with this gun. If the fit and finish suit you, you really can't go wrong. At around $500 ($409 NIB for mine), you'll be hard-pressed to find a better functioning pistol.

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