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    Arkan is offline Junior Member
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    Fan of the 75BD

    My first CZ handgun is a 75BD. Found one NIB a month ago for $390 out the door. Bought it on impulse and very glad I did. Are there any other BD fans in the house?

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    rfawcs is offline Supporting Member
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    Only the second auto-loader I've bought new and still one of my favorites. This is one accurate handgun, and fits my paw to a T....

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    I've never owned a CZ, but I love the way they feel and shoot.

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    510dat is offline Junior Member
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    I picked up a 9mm CZ75BD last friday as my first firearm. Before that I fired a .22 beretta, .45 HK USP, .40 Sig and 9mm S&W pistols, and handled a bunch of pistols and revolvers. I chose 9mm because I was more accurate with that than any other round and because of the lower cost of ammunition (asides from the .22), and the CZ because of features and reputation, but mostly because it felt just felt right.

    I got it for $350 used in good condition. Around here they go for $500 new.

    90 rounds and a good cleaning later:

    10 yards:

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    Gila Jorge is offline Junior Member
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    Welcome aboard..the CZ75 40 was my first autoloader of consequence..other than a Buckmark 22 target pistol...that followed with Les Baer and NightHawk
    then another CZ 9 mm compact and then a Walther and a Bersa. So now I
    am well auto-ed...

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    I sure would like to have one. I know that.

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    I have two CZ75B's. My first one was a Tactical model (the green one) and I grabbed a second B model that was one of the Turkish Military overrun models with 5 extra hi-caps and a Kadet 22 conversion kit for $299.00 (Not an ounce of guilt attached so don't offer to take it from me to assuage the guilt). Needless to say I like them a lot. They fit my hand and have made me a better shot that I thought I was.

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