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New CZ 75 P-01 with pictures.

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by clipse, Dec 29, 2003.

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  1. clipse

    clipse Member

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    I got myself a P-01 for Christmas and thought I would share my horrible attempt at some digital pictures.

    Here is my baby with 8x14 round mags.
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    The P-01 with my SKS.
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    This is what I will be carrying daily once Missouri gets there CCW law figured out.
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    These two pictures are markings that I could figure out what they were.
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    Here is the pistol field stripped.
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    I took this pistol out Saturday and put 50 rounds through it. I was shooting Wally World Win. Whitebox FMJ's. No failures at all. It ran beautifully. I am going to end up killing alot of paper with this little booger. Best of all with 8x14 round mags that equalls 112 rounds +1 in the chamber.:D I really really like this pistol.

    Just thought I would share.

    clipse
     
  2. Gary in Pennsylvania

    Gary in Pennsylvania Member

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    Great Pics Clipse(98) ;)

    I tried looking in the gov't NSN database programs I have available to me and it appears as though the P-01 NSN isn't loaded in yet.
     
  3. extremefishin00

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    Great pics. The more I see that pistol the more I like. Just curious though, where did you find the 14 rounders?

    Chris
     
  4. clipse

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    Yep, clipse98, thats me. How did you know?!?!?!:D

    The dealer I bought this from wrote the Nato Serial Number down as the actual serial number for that specific pistol. :banghead: Here is a close up of the NSN Number.

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    I am afraid to say anything more about the 14 round mags. I three from Midwest Tactical and 5 from Natchez. Thats all I am saying.:D

    clipse
     
  5. boogalou

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    Yeah, us CZer's have to protect our sources. :D

    Hint - the mags are for a pistol that is not yet sold in this country. :)

    Clipse - Great looking pistol. the 03 by above the extractor signifies the year it was made.
     
  6. CZF

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    Great to see another P-01 on the net. Now you need a CZ Tactical
    Knife and 75B keychain:)
     
  7. CZ-100

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    CZ, CZ, CZ, CZ, CZ :evil:

    Congrats
     
  8. makarov1

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    I love my P-01. Recoil is very, very light. Extremely accurate, good sights. The only down side is the trigger, which improves with a few rounds down range.
     
  9. pistolwhipped

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    Hey , a CZ thread.

    PCR,PCR,PCR,PCR,PCR...................
     
  10. PCRCCW

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    Heres a PO1 pic for you all........Its a borrowed gun with another customers Tac Light on it.........the holster is a Custom I made for the gun/light combo.
    Shoot well..................[​IMG]
     
  11. Lightsped

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    The "03" is simply stating that the gun was produced in 2003. Not sure about the other symbol.
     
  12. Teufelhunden

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    Unless I'm mistaken, those marks are proofing marks from a European proofing house. It's a kind of QC, old school style.

    Searches here or Google should yield a plethora of information re. proofing weapons.

    -Teuf
     
  13. clipse

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    thanks.


    clipse
     
  14. modifiedbrowning

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    I just bought myself a P-O1 last week, but I have not been out to shoot it yet. I will give some feedback when I do.
     
  15. NavajoNPaleFace

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    They've made some grip style change over the 75B, haven't they.

    Looks good.

    If it's anything close to a shooter as my 75B is whoa!
     
  16. Sarge111

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    But how do they SHOOT?!?!?!

    I wanna hear from those of you who have benched one of these at 25 or 50 yards. Anybody?
     
  17. PCRCCW

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    The compacts, 75, PCR and PO1 shoot as well as the fullsize guns.........in some cases better. Walt ended up with a compact of mine that shoots as well as almost any gun Ive EVER had..........
    Shoot well.
     
  18. Sarge111

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    Thanks, PCRCCW

    Most folks sure seem to like the way the 75's shoot.
     
  19. clipse

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    I love the way mine shoots. I still have yet to go to an actually range with it. Maybe I will try that this week end and see what I come up with. I will let you guys know.


    clipse
     
  20. NavajoNPaleFace

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    I'm completely happy with the accuracy of my 75B and I've not experienced any shooting problems with it.
     
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