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I've owned this handgun for a little more than a year now, and, with the exception of the finish, I have been completely pleased. When I ordered the gun, I was hoping that it'd come with the matte stainless finish, but CZ had apparently already changed over to the polished stainless. While I tried to like the shiny "pimp" gun look for a long time, I finally decided to send it off to AP&W for hard chroming and a brushed stainless finish. AP&W had refinished a parkerized Springfield 1911A1 for me some years back, and had done an outstanding job.
Their refinish of my CZ is exactly what I was looking for. It is much easier to keep the gun clean and looking nice when not being handled, and it doesn't reflect light like a mirror any longer. I know that some folks like 'em shiny, and I'm also no fan of matte or flat black finishes, but I just couldn't handle the level of shiny that was on this gun.
As for the gun itself, my only complaint is the amount of creep in the trigger before it breaks. That's an inherent CZ characteristic, though, and one with which I was familiar and expecting. The gun is solidly built and extremely strong, and the internal slide rails give it an inherent accuracy that's tough to beat for an out of the box auto. It's never failed to feed, fire, or function in any way with any of the 115JHP handloads that I regularly push through it.
The CZ75B is a fine gun for the money, and now that mine is refinished to my liking, I'll be hanging onto it for a long, long time.