You know how some things set a standard. They become the benchmark by which all others are judged. Well, for many of my reviews I have mentioned the CZ 100 pistol as an example of what I consider to have just about the worst trigger ever made on any production handgun. I’ve mentioned it, but until now, I have never introduced it to you. That’s been rather rude of me, so I apologize. Let me introduce it to you now.
Yesterday evening, I took delivery of my NIB 40 cal. CZ100 at the local pistol range. The serial number is in the B70XX range and the test target indicates a test fire date of 4/6/00.
I've been looking at this CZ pistol over and over, it looks like a good, no-nonsense pistol for selfdefense at close ranges (redundant). I see a nice grip (usual for CZ), I see a barrel that is positioned very close to the hand (like the M-40 series) and a nice construction. One of you guys had one for sale... In other words, what's the deal with this pistol?.