CZ 75 Compact

CZ 75 Compact – 9mm


The Compact offers all the features of the full-size CZ 75 while reducing weight and bulk for comfortable carry.

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Product Description

At 5″ tall with a barrel length of just under 4″, the Compact model shaves a little more than 3/4″ off the length and about 1/2″ off the height of the full-size CZ 75. Its reduced size allows it to readily disappear under regular clothing. The CZ 75 DA/SA action with a manual safety lever provides the user with two options for carry: hammer-back with the safety on for single action operation or manually decocked for a double action first shot with no need to remember to take off the safety before firing. Because the 75 Compact retains the steel frame of the original 75, only 2.4 oz of weight is lost, making it the softest-shooting compact in the CZ 75 line.


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    Purchase the CZ 75 Compact-9mm 3 or 4 days ago went to the range today and shot 300 rds. through it and the CZ 75 Compact performed flawlessly.
    I am hooked, the CZ 75 Compact is a smooth shooter. Will be looking to purchase another CZ real soon.

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    I have carried my CZ75 concealed for years and it fits perfectly under my shirt tail. I have shot thousands of rounds through it and never had a single jam. The sights were perfectly set when i got it and i couldn’t be happier.

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    I’ve had my 75B Compact for a year or so. I originally came to CZ via the model 82. Once you’ve held a CZ and experienced the ergonomics of their grip design, you’re spoiled. When you fire one and experience the dark magic that is its internal slide, you understand the CZ “following”. After the 1911 the CZ 75B is probably the 2nd most copied handgun in the world. This is a duty weapon, don’t kid yourself otherwise. With all steel construction this thing is heavy even as a compact. By all modern conceal carry pistol standards, the 75B Compact is a pig. That being said, I conceal carry one. Unbeatable ergos, duty weapon reliability and accuracy, I’ll hump the weight. To top it all off, for the price that these can be had they are an incredible value. Get one and be happy.

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    This is the first full alloy weapon I have purchased, let me tell you, it doesn’t let you down! The weapon fits perfectly in my hand, I couldn’t have purchased something that fit better if I would have had it made for me. I have a Springfield sub compact that will now be a more permanent resident of the gun cabinet. This is a fantastic little weapon, I love the stability of the full alloy and can’t beat the accuracy. Night sights are an excellent touch! Great job CZ I am now a devoted CZ enthusiast!

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    The CZ 75 is the fourth CZ and fourth model that I own. The ergonomics, especially of the 83, are amazing and I highly recommend the CZ’s for concealed carry.

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    I honestly think those that have not fired one of these beautiful CZ’s are missing out on a lifetime of CZ goodness! My all steel compact is a joy to shoot AND carry! I’m all about having a handgun that you can rely on 100% of the time. If you pull the trigger and it doesn’t go bang every time then what’s the point . If I’m going to trust my carry weapon with my life then I can say CZ has delivered!! Very happy with my purchase! Good for you CZ for building quality guns that can hold their own with anything out there!

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    I bought a CZ75 PCR about 2 months ago. After about 600 rounds, it’s really hard to argue with the people who swear by these guns. It’s by far one of the most accurate, tight fitting, and slim profile weapons I’ve ever had the chance of firing. You can consider me a fan now! I might get a full sized B model in the future.

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    About a month ago I purchased a CZ 75 Compact. It is my fifth CZ. Years ago (how many I can’t remember) I had set out to buy an XD. They had just come out and were the talk of the town. As I was about to decide, a gentleman behind the counter laid a CZ in my hand. It was love at first grip. It just felt right in my hand. Then I took it out to the range and fired it. I’ve shot many hand guns in the years that have passed but when I carry an auto I always carry a CZ.
    Our conceal carry instructor always includes some extra instruction beyond our qualification. One time he was teaching us to double tap (two quick shots that require a quick follow up shot). With the low bore axis design the CZ is a natural for this exercise. He had a timer to register how fast our follow up shot was. The normal was between one and two seconds. When he came to me, my time was .64 seconds. He was amazed and tried to equal it with his tricked out 1911. He came close but couldn’t beat it. The next time I saw him, I noticed that he had a CZ in his holster.
    I am still grateful for that gentleman that put my first CZ in my hand.

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