I took the new SAR B6 Compact to the range a couple of times. On the first day I brought 25rds Geco 124gr FMJ, 50rds Federal American Eagle 124gr FMJ, and 50rds of Remington UMC nickel cased 115gr FMJ. Reliability was 100%. Accuracy was decent and the recoil was more noticable versus a CZ75 Compact.
The next day I brought 25rds Geco 124gr FMJ, 50rds Federal American Eagle 147gr FMJ non-toxic, and 50rds Remington UMC nickel cased 115gr FMJ. Reliability was 100% except that I had a failure to feed on the last magazine of the day. One of the Remington cartridges got stuck pointing up in to the chamber. A slight tug on the rear of the slide allowed the base of the cartridge to pop up and the cartridge to go forward. Perhaps I should have cleaned the pistol sooner. The feel of the pistol didn't seem as good on this day. It still shot OK, but the accuracy wasn't as good. I had a few flyers with each type of ammo. The trigger reset is way long. Basically, you have to almost let the trigger all the way forward.
Overall, it's a nice light CZ75 Compact clone. Accuracy is plenty good for defensive purposes, but I wouldn't use it in a target competition. At $300 I think it's a good value. If you have the money, I'd spend the extra $50 to $75 or so and buy a Canik C100. The weight of the Canik is about the same, but it doesn't feel quite as wide. I'm glad to have this pistol in my CZ/clone collection. If you want a plastic framed CZ75 Compact clone, then this is probably the best value out there.