Took the Cz.52 shooting for the first time today. I picked up some cheap Romanian brass-cased 7.62x25 ammo from Sportsmans Guide about a week ago, but only got a chance to shoot today. The pistol itself has some of the worst ergonomics I've ever encountered. It's front-heavy, poorly shaped, weighs a lot, and fits in the palm awkwardly. During firing the not-so-tightly-held grips tend to pinch your hands painfully. That being said, the rest of the process was actually pretty enjoyable. It had pretty low recoil considering the round fired, and was actually relatively accurate. The trigger pull was rather crisp. The sights were crude but definitely functional. I had one jam in which the action failed to go into full battery, and several times the slide failed to stay open upon firing the last round (this was due to a worn magazine).
All in all, I would rate this as a satisfactory pistol- barely. It seemed like shooter comfort was not high on the list when designing this weapon, but other than the atrocious ergonomics the Cz.52 is a functional and relatively fun pistol to shoot.