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CZ PO7 Duty

Discussion in 'GSSF' started by motorcyclist, May 27, 2011.

  1. motorcyclist

    motorcyclist

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    I've had a nice offer on a revolver I have, so with the thought of cutting down calibers owned, I went shopping for a 9mm. Was looking at a CZ75B and asking about a 85B (left handed) when I noticed the PO7 duty for $480. Counter guy knew nothing about them. Felt really nice in my hand! Internet runs the gambit from horror stories to love at first firing...in other words, normal. Anybody own one and what do you think of it?
     
  2. Fedor

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    My dealer sells the P07 for $448.79 The P07 would not be my first choice.
     

  3. Golddog

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    Nice enough guns, although I much preferred the feel of my CZ Rami and CZ 75B Compacts. My P-07 was reliable, sights were pretty good, SA pull was fine (I installed the cocked and locked option), and it was accurate enough. Because a Glock 19 is around 5 ounces lighter, I don't see what the P-07 offers to beat it, except for the safety, if you want one.
     
  4. Ruggles

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    CZ makes great stuff, if you like that model then I would say go for it.
     
  5. 45caldan

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    I handled one and liked it overall but that HUGE trigger guard is a turn off for me!
     
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  6. tercel89

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    I had a new one when they came out . I got mine in around 2009 . It was eating up the guide rod . It was not dropping the mag whether it was empty or not , it just would stick in there . Also the trigger would not reset all the time , and this was with just 150 rds .
    CZ sent me a whole new gun . It functioned fine . I love my CZ's ALOT!!! But I dont think that CZ has gotten the polymer department just right . I would stick to the aluminum and steel CZ's .
     
  7. clarkstoncz

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    People tell me the newer ones are running fine these days, esp. the .40s.

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    Simpler trigger design that the other CZs. The new Omega fire control system
    is the wave of future CZ triggers.

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    Just know that CZ sticks behind it's guns and service time is very fast in most cases.


    My test sample has trigger issues, but you take a chance with any gun you buy these
    days. Just look at stories from the Gen 4 owners right now.

    That said..
    I'd buy one if I was in the market for a cutting edge 9mm or .40 that's being tested adopted
    by forces around the globe.

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    I'll probably pick one up after my .357 LCR purchase later this Summer.

    Reliable, Accurate, Legendary-That's CZ!

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