What a great year to buy a Classic 75B since it is the 40th anniversary of the design!
I am 100% thrilled with every aspect of this 75B! I braced myself before I opened the box at the FFL because of fearing I'd find something wrong somewhere. But after a thorough examination of the gun I found nothing! The fit and finish is perfect. The trigger was not bad at all and has since smoothed out in both double action and single action.
My son and I took it to the range and ran 180 rnds of Federal 115 grn without a single malfunction. I ran an additional 8 rnds of Hornady Critical Duty, also with no malfunctions. So just under 200 perfect shots. Accuracy is perfect. The sights came factory regulated to hit POA/POI. At 7 yards both me and my son were creating single large 16 rnd holes measuring roughly 2 to 3 inches. Not too bad considering the newness of the gun and the stock trigger.
I planned to buy a CZ all the way back in June until December 26th when I finally put my deposit down. I struggled between this model, an SP-01 and the P09. I settled for the CZ Flag Ship and I'm glad I did. This is a Modern Classic, Old-World, newly-constructed all steel weapon. Yes the light weight poly guns have their mission and appeal but there is something about the fit and feel of a well made all-steel gun that cannot be appreciated when handling a poly framed handgun. Aside from 1911's, there are not many all steel handguns. Also, for me, this reminds me of a long lost 210 I once had many years ago.
This is my first experience buying from Buds and everything went smooth. I really appreciated the provision of FFL's in my area that were able to be chosen with a click of the mouse. I am more used to contacting my local FFL, asking them to send their FFL to the sender, etc. This was SO much easier. It takes some of the inconvenience and logistics out of the way of the buying experience. I VERY much appreciated the Lay Away option too. Those points combined with the huge selection here will keep me coming back. Thanks!
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]