Originally Posted by RyeLou
Both of them fit, just have a different feel, obviously. They're both relativly comfortable though. Auto because its what I want. I'm not too interested in a revolver at the time. This caliber because I havn't seen one .22 that I've liked and 9mm is good all around caliber for the uses I'll have for a handgun. Primary use will be just screwing around/target shooting. Secondary I suppose would be home defense..? I don't reload, and I havn't considered it as of yet.
My first handgun was a 9mm CZ-85B (almost identical to the CZ-75B). Excellent gun; comfortable; well balanced; good design and build; able to buy the Kadet .22 conversion, many happy days I spent with it. I still own the gun.
But for just screwing around/target shooting I must tell you there is nothing like a Smith and Wesson model 10 or 15 .38 special 4" revolver and your own reloaded ammo. It is a whole other level of screwing around — believe me.
So, get the CZ 75B, or the 85B if you're a lefty. You will be happy.
But some day down the line, at least try a Smith or Colt .38 special. You have a treat awaiting you.