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Who has a CZ P-06?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by 1KPerDay, Jan 10, 2017.

  1. 1KPerDay

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    enlighten me, CZ fanatics
     
  2. bannockburn

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    I have it's 9mm. sibling, the P01. The grip frame portion of the gun is fantastic, like handling a downsized Browning Hi-Power. Overall size, weight, and balance are great for a compact pistol. Trigger is still a little on the heavy side in double action but nothing I find too troublesome about it. Single action is clean and easy to use. Sights are spot on and I like the option of having the integral rail if I choose to mount a laser or light on it.

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  3. CNobbe

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    The P-06 is discontinued for 2017.
     
  4. armoredman

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    I know a place where there might be some people with P-06's. I myself have never owned a P-06, but I trusted my life to a P-01 for years.

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  5. viking499

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    No P-06, but do have the P-01. Prefer 9 to 40. BTW, they are discontinuing the P-06 this year.
     
  6. 1KPerDay

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    I noticed. Hard to find used also.
     
  7. MechAg94

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    I have the 06 and the 01. It is a nice pistol. The mag capacity is only 10 rounds, but it shoots well. The 40 obviously has more recoil than the 9mm, but it is no worse than many of the other 40 pistols out there. The pivot point of the trigger bugged me at first, but I got used to it. If you want a nice compact pistol that isn't plastic, it would be a good choice. The compact size is ideal for carry while retaining a full grip for ease of shooting.

    A few years back I was looking for the best 40 cal pistol I could find for carry. This is the best compact of the bunch, IMO. I never had any reliability issues with it at all. I have switched over to 9mm for primary carry these days with a CZ P07. If I want to go larger, I generally just carry a 45 (SA XD Mod 2). I have gotten away from 40 caliber for carry for the most part. The CZ P06 is still a very nice pistol.
     
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  8. gotboostvr

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    I'm a big fan of my P01, which is the same thing just in 9mm.
     
  9. .375

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    Ditto things said regarding P 01. Great gun.
     
  10. CNobbe

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    You're right, and I don't see too many .40 cal 75s either come to think of it. Good luck in your search, I'm sure one will show up eventually though. I saw one used a few years ago and was tempted to buy it as 9mm was hard to find at the time.
     
  11. CZF

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    P01, PCR and P-06 in the past.

    The P-06 shot as well, just more recoil.

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