CZ Discontinuing Compact D 75-P01 and P-07?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by StrutStopper, Mar 30, 2016.

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  1. StrutStopper

    StrutStopper Member

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    Just got an email from my LGS saying these two pistols will be available for a limited time and once they sell out, they are no longer making them. Any truth to this?
     
  2. M1key

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    I hope not. I just purchased a P-07 9mm. Maybe they were talking about the earlier P07 marked Duty...

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  3. ROCK6

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    Yeah, there's a new version of the P-07 and similar new version of the P-01; both can switch between a decocker or manual safety.

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    Post a copy of the email and maybe we can help figure out what it is about.
     
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    I wonder if the LGS just got it wrong. (Or is just using that as a prod to get people to buy what they have on hand...)

    A new P01, if it can be changed from safety to decocker would be a the new P-01 Omega Convertible (using the Omega trigger system.) The new catalog shows IT but also still shows the prior model, with the standard CZ-75 type trigger/fire control system.

    The P-07 has already been changed from the early DUTY model; most of the changes were to add swap-able grip panels and different magazines.

    The new 2016 catalog shows both a P-07 and a P-07 suppressor-ready model, as well as a P-01 and P-01 (Omega convertible). (The catalog is available online at CZ-USA.COM.)

    I'd be a little surprised if CZ discontinued either of those models, or even if they totally dropped the non-Omega version of the P-01.... particularly since other versions of the compacts are still available in non-Omega forms.
     
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    X2 what v35 suggested

    with the market flooded with so many pistols currently I wouldn't be surprised if certain brands not selling as anticipated. Therefore relying on ways to move them...you'd never know
     
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    The P-07 'Duty' has been updated to the just the P-07. Race hammer, front slide serrations, etc. the P-02 has been released to the North American market as a regular catalogued item branded the P-01 Omega. I don't think it's meant to fully replace the P-01, but it probably wouldn't be a bad thing if that's the direction they went.
     
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