NRA Gun of the Week: CZ P-07 Pistol

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posted on September 23, 2017

Keeping pace with the growing trend of polymer-frame pistols, CZ's P-07 is a compact, 9 mm Luger double-action pistol with the fundamental mechanics inherited from its older CZ75 sibling. Rendered in black, the steel slide features a three-dot, drift-adjustable sighting system. The company’s Omega trigger is included with the P-07 and easily removes from the polymer frame without specialized tools. Due to the trigger's design, CZ offers a convertible bilateral decocker/safety system. Adding to the versatility of the P-07 are the included backstraps that are easily changed to tailor the gun’s fit to its user. The magazine release button coverts to right- or left-handed shooters as well.

To learn more about the compact P-07, check out our latest NRA Gun of the Week video hosted by American Rifleman’s Christopher Olsen. For more firearms from CZ please visit cz-usa.com.  

Specifications:
Model: P-07
Importer: CZ-USA
Chambering: 9 mm Luger
Action Type: double-action, recoil-operated, center-fire semi-automatic pistol
Frame: black polymer
Slide: matte-black steel
Barrel: 3.75”
Magazine: 15-round detachable box
Sights: three-dot; drift adjustable
Trigger: double-action, 9-lb., 9-oz. pull; single-action, 6-lb., 4-oz. pull
Weight: 28 ozs.
MSRP: $510

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