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Some initial shooting for the NIB P-07 Duty. Some fun in the sun with 40 rounds of Czech made S&B hardball. It came through with flying colors. I'll be putting some more ammo through it as the weather warms up. Other than a set of Nites, I really wouldn't change a thing about this gun or the excellent SHTF IWB holster/ More to come. KEV
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The CZ75 P-07 Duty service pistol was introduced in 2009. Prior to that, CZUB (Uhersky Brod, CZech Republic) had a model called the CZ100. It was like a Glock in that it had a polymer frame and was very reliable, but had (DAO) Double Action Only trigger that only a red-headed step-child would love. Mine, was quickly sold to buy yet another Glock or Ruger, as us CZ fans and owners hoped to.. someday see the improved version: The CZ 110.. reach our shores here in the USA. That never did happen, but I'm sure that the CZ 100 and CZ 110 would sell well in this sea of DAO pistols that exist on today's market. Skipping ahead 13 years or so: For those of you who don't know about the P-07 Duty or the newer (for 2014 ) P-07 (no more Duty designation) I'll provide a link at the close of this review. In thinking that a quality firearm such as the P-07 Duty (and most CZs, Glocks, ect) does indeed need a quality holster. I turned to my friend Clay Moultrie, of SHTF GE…
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The "Gray Ghost" has arrived. A great 51rst birthday present for me! A locally purchased ( Lewiston, Idaho) B series P-07 Duty ( no Duty designation for the 2014 P-07s ) with a somewhat light gray slide. Very handsome but also all business.. if you know what I mean? It could use some Nights and a bit of trigger work, or just a #13 mainspring, but the trigger is acceptable in both DA and SA right now, with little grit. Stay tuned for more pics and my SHTF P07 Duty holster review in a couple weeks.
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Greetings! From me in Clarkston, Washington and CZF (in Florida) that's in service to the world wide CZ community. We are getting more members each day, and that translates to more customers for both CZ-USA and also for CZUB in the Czech Republic. Some dealers are showing the new 2014 P-07 for sale, as many people head for the IWA Outdoor & Classics show that's being held in Nurmeburg, Germany. There will probably be some great new gun unveiled by each company there, with CZUB included. My wife could not get any time off, but it would be fun to go over to the Old Country and attend their version of our Shot Show, in the future. The new CZ 455 Long and CZ 455 Match rifles sound very interesting, even though getting any .22 ammo is very hard to do in my area these days. The factory will also be showing the P-07 and P-09 pistols as well. Along with a mentioned 557 Carbine, that features open sights and an American style stock. This should fit in well with th…