CZ P07 15+1

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  1. Slugo

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    The least most expensive gun in my small collection. It's been a completely solid performer, not one bit of trouble since I bought it. It shoots 2" groups at 21 feet consistently. Same exact size as a Glock 19, only hammer-fired. The Omega trigger is superb, no reason to modify it. Well worth the $450 bucks! unnamed (89) (1).jpg
     
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    I got one a couple months ago and am very happy with it.
    Got some springs fro CGW and it is sweet!
    I have decided that I m not a big striker fired fan and this gun is MY G19! Feels way better in my hands than one of those too.
    Over the years I have become a big CZ fanboy...
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    mine has been flawless as well. I just have fallen out of love with DA/SA guns. Plus I can’t reach around the decocker to drop the slide with my strong hand thumb.

    If these things don’t matter to someone, it’s a great value.
     
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  5. Slugo

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    Guys, do yourself a favor and get your hands on a Sphinx, you are not going to be disappointed.
     
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    Couldn't agree more. This was my on my hip tonight:

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    I have the Urban Gray Model and upgraded it with the CGW kit.
    It made a good pistol a excellent pistol.
    So far mine has been 100% reliable and very accurate.
    I preferred it over my P10c.
     
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    CZ has 100 times more experience in building hammer fired pistols, the P10c is a good start but just that, a start.
     
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    cheygriz God Bless Trump

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    I love mine. but after $100 worth of gunsmithing on the trigger.
     
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    I wouldn’t trade my P07 for a P10!
     
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    Agreed, imho the p10c over "shadows" the P07. The P10C gets the hype.
     
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    P-07 is a damn fine choice.
     
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    Very nice Slugo

    Congrats! :cool:
     
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    Quijibo King Doofus.

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    I know a few guys that have, and adore, them. The only reason I don't own one is, they don't come in .40. :crying:
     
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    The CZ is great platform and I particularly prefer the best value P-07 over just about any striker fired pistol, including but not limited to Glock.
     
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    I have the same problem regarding hitting the slide release, but I just use my support thumb. Seems to work fine.

    I just sent mine off to get milled for an RMR. I can't wait for it to come back. I find the trigger to be very nice right out of the box.
     
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    Actually, they do. Mine is a .40.
     
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    Good guns! I haven't gotten around to finding a holster for my suppressor sight model, but I'll get there eventually ;)
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