Originally Posted by bartwatkins
Okay, so I guess I am not all that familiar with the CZ 75 - but I "thought" that this gun was very similar to (or clone of) a Browning Hi Power. Please correct me if I am wrong about that.
I guess I just figured that it would come with a SAO trigger (as the Hi Power does). But I guess this is not the case(?)
The 75b comes DA/SA, and most with a thumb safety (some do have decockers). So there's really no reason you'd ever have to shoot it in double action anyway.
Rack the slide to chamber a round (hammer is now cocked)...and lock the safety. Good to go for carry, home defense, whatever. And 100%
of the trigger pulls end up being single action.
Unless I'm missing something (and I do own one), a shooter would literally have to go out of their way to fire a stock CZ 75b in double action.
So technically: It's a DA/SA, since it's capable of being reduced to double action.
Realistically: It'll function as a 100% SAO, unless you choose to decock it.