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by Ryan L Date Added: Sunday 19 June, 2011
There's a tendency towards five star reviews on Bud's site for a couple of reasons: 1) Bud's prices and customer service are rock solid. 2) There's a mountain of good pistols out there manufactured by many different companies and people tend to love what they're used to as long as they're not malfunctioning. Most people haven't handled numerous firearms and so consequently don't have a strong point of reference.

So it's important to note with this five star review that I'm not basing it on Bud's service or price (both of which were excellent), nor am I basing this rating based on lack of experience with firearms as I have put over a thousand rounds through no less than 20 different models of handguns over the years.

This is simply put the finest stock pistol I have ever fired. The construction is all steel which results in an extremely durable and rugged weapon. The extra weight reduces the moderate recoil of the 9mm cartidge even further. This pistol's accuracy is 2nd only to some very pricey custom 1911's I've owned/fired. This is also one of the rare pistols in my collection where I have not replaced the stock grips. Granted, the grips are plastic but they are extremely well formed.

The only negative thing I can say about this pistol (and this is a stretch), is that the trigger pull is slightly uneven out of the box. CZ will do a trigger job for only $70 bucks but I would strongly recommend the do-it-yourself 1000 round trigger job on this pistol. It was right around 800-900 rounds where the trigger pull became close to perfect. Speaking of rounds, I have put slightly over 3000 rounds through my CZ 75b as of writing this without a single failure of any kind. The weapon has been fed 6 different types of fmj ammunition and 4 different types of hollow point ammunition. Zero problems.

There are some very respected individuals in the gun community that have referred to this weapon as a "Modern Day Classic". They are not exaggerating.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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