I was looking at CZ's at Widener's and noticed that the CZ that is listed as a "CZ 75 2" seems to be a transitional. First of all, do you think that they actually are transitionals and that they have more of the same in stock? And second, what parts of a transitional are Pre-B and what parts are B compatible?
It's got a B frame and hammer. It's got an earlier trigger, slide stop, and safety lever.
It's a fantastic pistol. I like it better than the B models. I'd check up on magazines, I've heard of issues with newer mags and older guns. I just got a stack of original 15's with mine, so I haven't gone looking.
Mine came very weakly sprung and I hear that's also very common. A Wolff recoil spring and mag springs cleaned it right up.
They have a mix of features pre-B and B like the gun above that has a B style frame, ribbed slide & pinned front sight but not a B firing pin retainer pin.
CZ also sold ( 2004 ) what is referred to as a retro which was a B pistol with smooth top slide, round trigger guard and spur hammer.