Man, if you'd have told me I'd be out at the range on December 26th wearing only a sweat shirt, jeans and a ball cap, I'd have said you were crazy, yet, that's what I had on this afternoon to try-out my new matte stainless CZ 75B.
Usually, I prefer to test a new pistol's POA/POI on paper before trying to shoot it at pins and steel but, I was too lazy to drag a target-holder out of the shed and set it up down range. Plus, if this new pistol acted anything like the 4 other CZ 75 variants I own (SP-01 Shadow, 75D PCR, 75B Compact and P-01) it would perform as expected. I also have a matte stainless 75B I purchased new back in 2016. LOL So help me God, I have no idea why I like these things so much? I know that one of the many reasons is because they perform consistently well straight out of the box with just a good clean and lube beforehand.
Otherwise, they're just a joy to shoot and this new one was no different. I took my time and ran 150 rounds thru it without any issues: (50) Geco 124gr FMJ, (50) Winchester WB NATO 124gr FMJ and (50) Magtech 124gr FMJ. My other CZ's eat that stuff up, especially the Winchester NATO. If I was going to shoot a casual steel match at my club, it's the factory ammo I would use for it. The increase in accuracy more than offsets the increase in recoil.
It ran like every CZ 75 I've ever shot. The factory sights leave a lot to be desired. The DA/SA trigger isn't great but gets better with use. Accuracy is (way) above average for a stock pistol shooting factory ammo. For me, there's always a lot more to like about CZ's than to dislike.