My 1996 made Turkish Mil overrun pistol has the CZ-USA import stamp, serial number 299xx. I believe I bought it NIB in 1998, or 1999 during the Clinton AWB/Mag ban, so it came with one ten round, and one 15 round mag. I guess the guns never were sent to Turkey but sat in the Czech Republic until transferred to CZ-USA for sale. Maybe someone else knows the real story. It is a great shooter, and identical to the "commercial" 75B's being sold at the time.
I found a few postings from 2002 that stated they were Turkish overruns that were never delivered and the 15 Round and 10 Round mags that were included. This one is one of the better 75B's that I've shoot. I just lucked out on picking this one up.
I remember reading on some gun forums when they were still available, and the thought then was that they were identical to the commercial guns, but just with a lower retail price due to the surplus. Also, they came with at least one 15 round mag which was worth more due to the silly mag capacity ban back then. It was a no brainer for me, and I've been very happy with it over the last 18 years or so. It is my bedside gun, plus I use it as a host for my Kadet Kit Gen I. The only pistol I like better is my 75 Pre-B, or maybe PCR, or 97B........ Argh!