200 rounds of WWB through it, with no malfunctions. I consider myself to be a pretty poor shot, but the last pistol that was this accurate in my hands, was a West German SIG P226. As most people will agree, my experience of the CZ-75 so far is that it's a tack driver out of the box. It's a bit heavy, but that's one of the things that makes it so smooth to shoot I suppose. One more happy owner of what is perhaps the best pistol for the money... although I think the Stoeger Cougar might be the runner up in terms of outright value. I plan on replacing the recoil spring with a Wolff 14- or 16-lb spring, and getting some Pachmayr grips (just my personal preference to Hogue ones). Thank you for your attention!