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CZ P-07 Back From Manufacturer.

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by TITAN308, May 8, 2012.

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  1. TITAN308

    TITAN308 Member

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    As not to get the thread de-railed and end up like the last one, Ill keep it short and to the point. I know some of you were curious to the outcome:

    No replacement, same pistol. Looks like the malfunction was because the trigger bar was not staked properly.

    And that is that. Life goes on. ;)
     
  2. meanmrmustard

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    Congrats. Awaiting a range report, and hopefully shooting it will work as anger
    management. ;)
     
  3. 777TRUTH

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    Glad to hear CZ took care of you. Now go shoot it and give us a range report.
     
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    Absolutely, would like to hear the range report as well.
     
  5. RugerOldArmy

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    Glad they took care of you.
     
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    Hope it all works out for you.

    I love my CZ P07 Duty.

    CZ75-P07Duty.jpg

    CZ's are fine guns IMHO

    :cool:
     
  7. TITAN308

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    Can anyone recommend a good fiber optic set? Is CZ's store the only available choices at the moment?
     
  8. Walt Sherrill

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    Do you mean the CZ Custom Shop, when you say "CZ's Store". Try the the Custom Shop first. czcustom.com/ Email or call them if the site's offering isn't clear (descriptions, etc.)

    I don't know enough about the P-07 to know whether they use the standard CZ dovetails, or something different. (If different, you may be limited to CZ or CZ-affiliated options, at least for a while.)

    Re: what's good or better -- I bought a used M&P Pro set up for IPSC, and it has a Dawson fibre optic front sight and a Dawson adjustable on the rear, and it's simply the best set of sights I've ever encountered; I'm considering putting them on some other guns.
     
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    The P-07 has some funky front sight that is inserted from the front of the slide, where as most sights install from the side.
     
  10. Walt Sherrill

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    That's the standard 75B-type dovetail for the front sight ('though it may not really be considered a dovetail when it's slotted like that.)

    The CZ 40B used a standard Colt Defender dovetail, which inserts from the side, and it was one of a few exceptions. I think Ruger uses a similar length-wise dovetail on a couple of their guns; it allows a roll pin to be used to secure the site.

    Check the CZ Custom Shop, or specific product sites like DAWSON http://www.dawsonprecision.com/ It may be easier to call them and ask than search their website, which has a LOT of options!.)
     
  11. TITAN308

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    They have on at the CZ shop. Not to bad a price for $35 either. Can get a rear optic set to match for an extra $45.
     
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