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CZ P-07 DUTY Update

Discussion in 'CZ Club' started by clarkstoncz, Mar 1, 2009.

  1. clarkstoncz

    clarkstoncz

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    Word is that they will be in Mid-March.
    That's sooner than initially expected.

    I'm not selling these. Just thought that some of you guys would be interested.

    $480 includes Shipping!
    [​IMG]
    CZ 75 P07 Duty
     
  2. Valbrandr

    Valbrandr Neocon

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    Thank you for the link, I just ordered one... you may not know it but you started my CZ addiction after I read another post of yours on a different forum, so thanks again! :cool:
     


  3. clarkstoncz

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    You are quite welcome! Bringing people into the world of CZ is a rewarding past-time:)

    Glad to have you with us!

    As for the Duty. The gun will be attracting a lot of people who never thought about CZs
    before.
     
  4. Quail Fat

    Quail Fat Member

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    At the Academy store close to my house, the got 2 in on March 31, I bought one of them and shot it yesterday.

    I was wanting one since I saw the first pictures from the SHOT show.
     
  5. mrnuke7571

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    Worked for me. Saw it at the store, held it and bought it. :supergrin:
     
  6. If I don't buy a second Glock 19, this gun will be the reason.
     
  7. Why would CZ put such a short barrel (3.7 inches) on a duty gun?
     
  8. Many duty guns have a bbl about this size. NYPD carries Glock 19s which have a 4" bbl. My sig sp2022 is duty gun and also has a 3.9" bbl.
     
  9. twoblackbelts

    twoblackbelts NASA reject

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    American cops did great with 2 and 4-inch barrels for 75 years with 6 shots of .38

    I think this is a FAR superior weapon.

    Anyone wondering about the huge triggergard?
    Ever been to the Slavic countries in the winter?

    No gloves=no fingers.
     
  10. JoshuaC

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    Man those P-07's look pretty snazzy. Are they using the locked breech system similar to Glock's? or are they still using the same CZ style locking lugs?
     
  11. slumpmaster

    slumpmaster Amateur

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    It could conceivably be used as both a uniformed duty AND a plainclothes/ off duty weapon.

    Think like an administrator: "I could equip my officers with a full size pistol, and then spend extra training time (and budget) on making sure they qual with their individual off duty or plainclothes weapon. OR, I could purchase a single, mid-sized model that may work reasonably well for everybody in most situations, thereby saving money and man hours (= money), while simultaneously maximizing my officers' allotted training time on that ONE weapon. I'm a hero!"

    CZ is simply designing and marketing a product toward satisfying that mindset. Think Glock 19, HK P2000, Sig 229 and 250, etc...

    I think this CZ is going to be a winner.
     
  12. mrnuke7571

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    I still have to find a decent IWB holster for my P07. That beavertail digs into my side a wee bit too much. :faint:
     
  13. mr.scott

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    Are there any specific holsters for this or will it fit in other holsters? Looks like it might work in an XD holster.
     
  14. clarkstoncz

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    Yes, XD holsters are working for now, as CZ Leathersmiths try to get dummy guns for molds.
    [​IMG]

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    Last edited: Jul 15, 2009
  15. RyanSBHF

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    That "One gun for all situations" idea has been used by German law enforcement for years. The Walther P99, P5 and H&K P7 were designed to be the same way.
     
  16. I see a lot of H/K USPc design aspects in this pistol.