I'm new to these models, what is special about that pistol?
For me? I like the old-school charm of a spur hammer and that one also has the thinner, round trigger guard, too.
I bought the CZ-75, item 1625, from the mosin crate.
The slide is mismatched, barrel and frame are same number.
I cleaned it with mineral spritis and ballistol.
Even with a mismatched slide the fit is tight. Nothing rattles in it at all. It's very easy to rack up.
The trigger feel is almost as good as on my S&W 686+, performance center tuned revolver.
I do not have competition level handguns, but compared to other three CZ-75s I have, the trigger on that beat-up pre-B 75 feels best. Also, it has a captivated steel guiding rod, my more modern 75s have plastic rod.
It's a joy to shoot. I have put at least 600 rounds through it in 3 range trips this month alone.
I was thinking about sending it to CZC for a check and restoration.
But I'm not even sure if there is any reason to replace anything in this gun.