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CZ 75 B SA 9mm, $576

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The single-action CZ 75 B was one of the finer 9mms we've tried. It fit our hands well, pointed superbly, was reliable, comfortable and pleasant to shoot. The only flaw we found in this sample was a trigger that needed work. This gun had an ambidextrous safety that did not interfere with the shooting hand. The only control other than a two-position hammer (no half-cock position, and none needed) and the trigger was the slide lock, which was also the takedown lever.

CZ 75 B SA 9mm, $576

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Home Defense
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Recreational
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One of the most endearing features of the CZ was the extended tang, which kept the hammer from biting our hands. This is what the Hi-Power desperately needs. This was a very comfortable gun to shoot.
The CZ's barrel had a long ramp, which some shooters have found greatly increases feeding reliability. We know a gunsmith who carved a custom barrel out of a .375 rifle blank for a wildcat cartridge based on the 9mm case. It worked extremely well.

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