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Type Pistol
Action Single/Double
Caliber 9 mm
Barrel Length 3.9"
Capacity 10+1
Safety Decocker/Hammer/Firing Pin
Grips Synthetic
Sights Fixed
Weight 27.2 oz
Finish Black

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7 Reviews. Average Rating: 4.4 of 5 Stars! [4.4 of 5 Stars!]
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Reviewed By: Les S on 02/13/2012 Rating: 1 of 5 Stars! [1 of 5 Stars!]
I am very unhappy about writing a negative review, but there is an issue I think should be known. After I bought a P-01 I right away took it out to shoot it. After 5 rounds my trigger finger was burning, after 10 rounds, it was numb, and by 15 rounds by finger was aching so much I wished there were no more rounds left in the magazine. I thought maybe dry firing the pistol would help somehow, so over the next few days I dried fired it about 2000 times. While it did smooth the trigger pull a bit, when I shot it again, the same intense pain resulted in my trigger finger after about 10 rounds.

I did a little research to find quite a few complaints online about "trigger slap," meaning the trigger violently recoils and strikes the trigger finger. One person suggested holding the trigger down fully through the firing cycle as a possible solution. So I again shot the pistol making sure to keep the trigger depressed between shots, but at 10 rounds I could no longer stand the pain. I have several pistols, and shoot regularly, so I am familiar with how a trigger should function.

I wrote CZ-USA describing the problem, and they answered "'Trigger Slap' is something that is not experienced by everyone and most the time we only hear about it on sub-compacts. We have had a couple cases with P-01’s and we inspected them and everything was functioning like normal and we shot it with no problems. Unfortunately there is nothing we can do under warranty try different finger placement on the trigger, in some cases this can make a difference."

I answered "I have tried every finger position known to God and man, including the proper use of the index finger pad. The 'slap' is downright violent, actually bruising my finger (at least I think it did since it ached for days after shooting)." CZ again replied there was nothing they could do.

CZ has a warranty, but rather than honor it, this problem is being pushed off on user error or user preference or possibly some kind of imagined problem that doesn't exist. In any case, the message is, CZ doesn't care. So this negative review is a meant to be a caution to those who get stuck with the trigger slap problem . . . CZ won't fix it.

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Reviewed By: Brandon B on 02/09/2012 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Read a lot of reviews before making this 9mm purchase. NATO certified (this is a big deal! Look up the tests.) Just broke it in with 130 dirt cheap russian rounds. ZERO failure to feeds or any other issue. First target with gun from 25 feet (trying to get adjusted to it) shot ten rounds and had about a 4-5 inch group. By the final ten rounds of the 130 i shot a four inch group from 50 feet. While this may not sound outstanding I do not shoot often and I know I need a lot of practice. The gun was more accurate than me with dirt cheap ammo from 50 feet. (If you are buying cheap rounds to break in gun, silver bear 115gr. seemed to be best at feeding very smoothly and shooting more accurately. I have been using this gun as a concealed carry for a week and it is great for carry, feels great in the hand, everything. Only downside is that is a bit tedious to field strip and the double action pull is sloppy (single action is good.) I would recommend this gun for the price any day as CCW or home defense or fun shooting period.

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Reviewed By: Cory S on 01/27/2012 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
This is my second purchase with Buds and let me tell you they are the easiest online gun shop ever. My FFL had the handgun 2 days after my payment was processed. As for the P01, it is an amazing gun. Perfectly balanced, fits like it was molded for my hand. These guns are quickly going to be known as one of the best around. They have very limited availability due to the fact CZ fills military orders first, but they are worth the wait. I would put mine up against a Sig, S&W, or Glock any day.

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Reviewed By: Russell H on 01/18/2012 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
I have owned my P01 since 2007 and have run thousands of rounds through it without so much as a hiccup, even when running extremely dirty. It has eaten every kind of ammo I have thrown at it, although admittedly I have never used Wolf/Tula though others report no problems with these. The gun itself is very comfortable and has just the right amount of weight. It almost feels like an extension of my arm, making range trips firing several hundred rounds pleasant. I have also purchased a Kadet Kit for my P01. It functions very well except I needed a PCR slide stop for it to work with the P01 (which CZ provided free of charge) and the magazines do not fit flush with the grip. Apparently I can get compact magazine bases to fix this problem but it really isn't an issue except cosmetically. The guide rod on the P01 is made of plastic. Though I haven't heard of one failing, I replaced mine with a steel rod a couple thousand (at least) rounds ago and have not had any wear on my frame.

Overall I am very satisfied with this gun. I doubt I'll ever get rid of it.

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Reviewed By: Bernard A on 03/09/2010 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Purchased this early last year and never got around to writing a review. I own handguns manufactured by Glock, Steyr, HK, Sig-Sauer, Walther, IMI, Browning, all kinds of 1911s and so on. This is the most balanced handgun I have ever owned/shot. The combination of an alloy frame with full dustcover for the accessory rail and compact slide make for a perfectly balanced package. I like the fact that this is one of the few handguns (if not the only) available to the public with a NSN (NATO Stock Number) making it very unique. Not to mention that CZ makes a nice bayonet that I can mount on the rail !!! Talk about tacticool !! Accessories aside, it shoots very accurately and reliably. Rumor has it that CZ will no longer be manufacturing this with the slide marked "CZ 75 P-01" and they will all say "CZ 75 Compact" on the slide. The frame will continue to be alloy on this model and the steel frame will be used on the standard compact CZ 75. I don't know why CZ is doing this, but it is probably to simplify the manufacturing process for the slides.

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