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I just got a SIG P226 NAVY 9mm. While it is a fine piece, I have an old P228 which I love. I would trade the 226 in a heart beat.

I like the looks of the CZ but, which one do I need?

I am left handed, want a sturdy frame, good DA/SA trigger and good mag capacity.

I have always used steel frames until Glock ruined me on poly guns but I really do not have any idea of how well alloy frames stand up to lots of use.

So, I need help! Which CZ fits the specs? Thanks.
 
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get the cz75spo1 its either single action only or you can let it down to the half cock and get the standard DA/SA and the best parts......... 19 round mags standard and full length steel dustcover with light rail. there is literally no flip from this gun. ive won a few ipsc matches shooting limited minor with it.
 

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Personal opinion, as a southpaw -- I carried an IMI Baby Eagle in .40 S&W for about 3 yrs and loved it. I haven't yet fired any of their compacts (and I really need to), but the IMI filled the bill for me, including the ambi safety and easy controls for us correct-handed folks.
 
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if your a south paw get the 85 its ambedextrious and you can change the magazine release to the other side
 
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thats a good one to. i prefer the big brother.

check out the latest issue of handgunner for a great write up on the weapon
 

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DEFINITELY get the CZ 75 new stainless steel. It has ambi safety. The CZ 75 is the best 9mm on the market, and it will last forever....very accurate and reliable. I have a 75B in nickel, and I am ordering one in SS. It's too good a gun to only have one.
 
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