i have one and it is a fine little weapon the only thing i can say bad about it is that it throws the shell's into orbit when ejecting them,
so unless you only shoot steel Shell's or shoot indoors you will loose a lot of brass if you reload .they say if you change the recoil spring out to a 16 lb one from wolf it will help tame the ejection .
i got a recalibration kit from them and have yet to test it out they come with three different weight springs .
a lot of the guns from allan's armory can be seen very clearly in photo's on his site and you can trust what hr says on the condition .some of the one's from j&g are pretty rough shape .
A couple years ago I posted a thread on my CZ-82 project entitled : cz-82 project anywho, I tore it down and blasted the old painted finish off and decided to leave it in the white (after polishing all of it's parts) which has worked out very nice btw.. The only thing missing are the pic's of the new grip panels I had custom made at: http://www.marschalgrips.com/ ... The pistol runs flawlesly and I am very pleased with it. Again I highly recommend adding one to your collection.
I love the CZ steel guns!! I do have a CZ 82 I bought from J&G in December. I did the hand pick. It works flawlessly! I couldn't be happier. Parts are aplenty and you can use CZ 83 . 380 Mags for the 9x18! Go for it!