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CZ 75B - Beretta 92FS (nontechnical range report)

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by triplebike, May 28, 2010.

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  1. triplebike

    triplebike Member

    Mar 21, 2010
    Took each of the above to the range yesterday. 1st time either gun has been fired. I have shot a 75B before (about 500 rds), never shot the Beretta. Both were stripped ,cleaned & oiled prior to firing. Ease of that task was fairly equal. Both have Hogue rubber wrap around grips (my preference).

    ammo used - RWS 124GR FMJ
    shots fired through the CZ - 250 , Beretta -150
    both functioned flawlessly

    Even through I'm more familiar with the CZ , I was able to shoot more accurately with the 92fs. The Beretta's trigger (out of the box) was much superior & I believe that made the difference. So out of the box the 92fs wins. Once the CZ's trigger smooths up they'll be equal.

    Both guns are pure joy to shoot. Both have very light recoil & are very easy to control. Both fit my hand like a glove. For my eyes, I prefer the sights on the 92fs. Slight edge to the CZ as far as balance goes. Once CZ's trigger smooths out , accuracy should be equal with me shooting.

    You really can't go wrong with either one. They compliment each other nicely. I'll probably just bring both to future range trips, that way I won't have to choose between them. I enjoy shooting them both that much.
  2. GojuBrian

    GojuBrian Member

    Apr 11, 2009
    The Natural State
    I have the CZ75b and did have the 92fs both in 9mm.

    After a few range trips, I have still have the CZ75b. The CZ felt much better and was more accurate for me than the beretta.

    hmmmmmmm.. :)
  3. Nine Lives

    Nine Lives Member

    Aug 9, 2008
    Houston, TX
    I've got the 92fs and I had a CZ-75 which I sold before I got deployed, much to my infinite regret. They were both great, I feel the CZ was more refined but the beretta is more user friendly, minus the slide safety.
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