The CZ 75 is probably the second-most copied and/or sourced handgun in history behind only the Colt 1911 pistol. At least 11 manufacturers have produced CZ 75-style pistols in the past five years or so, in roughly 60 different models ranging from CZ-produced originals to outright clones to compacts built on polymer frames. And many more manufacturers have built CZ 75-style pistols in the more distant past.
This article pulls together info on the 40 full-size CZ 75-style pistols in production within the past five years or so. This list excludes any mid-size, compact, subcompact and extended-length guns; generally speaking, that means only guns measuring approximately 8.0″-8.5″ long made it in (although technically the CZ 75 Shadow series includes a long-slide version).
Each pistol’s listing is an excerpt from its main-info page, which contains a full description, specs, more photos, pricing info and sometimes links to external articles and reviews. To go to that page, click on the gun’s name or photo. To see all the CZ 75-style pistols produced by one of the companies below, visit its category page on our site.
You should be able to purchase most of the below guns new or used in the United States in stores save one, the Chinese-made Norinco, which isn’t imported into the United States. You might be able to find used and new-old-stock Norincos for sale in gun shops and on online gun auction and classifieds sites, and new and used Norincos in Canada.
The actual retail prices and price ranges listed below reflect prices for new guns seen recently in online gun stores (aside from the BUL Storm, which I can only find used). Those numbers certainly aren’t absolute—you might be able to find better (or worse) deals at other online or brick-and-mortar gun shops.
I’ve organized these pistols alphabetically by manufacturer. If I’ve failed to include a model, please let me know via the Contact form at this link, or via the Comment form at the bottom of this article.