While a more accurate comparison would be with the CZ-75 PCR (due to the fact that it also has an alloy frame and not a steel one), the 75 Compact is actually quite a bit similar to the Beretta 92 Compact. Smaller versions of venerable combat autos that aren't really enough smaller or lighter enough to be especially practical as concealed guns, but seem to have all the quality of their older siblings, and certainly have style points.
I think it's a fine gun. But for carry I'd gravitate to the PCR.
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