New to me, that is I picked this up the other day at my local shop and I'm just getting around to posting it. Its a full size Springfield P9. These were very well built clones of the original CZ 75 (not 75B). Tanfoglio pretty much built them for Springfield in Italy and then they were finished in the USA. This resulted in one of the better CZ copies built over the years. Its been a number of years since the P9 was produced. The bluing on this example is fantastic. The frame has a very distinct plum color to it, which I happen to like. I'd rate the gun itself in 96-97% condition, with some real light handling marks. The grips, on the other hand, are about perfect. I've always liked the looks and ergonomics of the CZ 75, and this is no different. Like the CZ 75, the top of the slide is ribbed. Unlike the standard CZ 75, the front and back strap are nicely serrated. I certainly prefer the rounded trigger guard like the old CZ 75 versus the squared guard on the current 75B. I'm not big on the big left side roll mark, but I find it a good looking pistol overall. Its not a gun you see every day. In fact, I don't see a single P9 on Gunbroker at the moment. Compared to some other CZ clones, the P9 wasn't produced as long or in as great of numbers. It should be a good shooter. Any thoughts on the Springfield P9? Who here has one? Please enjoy the pics. Thanks!