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CZ-USA 91186 CZ 75 P-07 16+1 9mm 3.8"
[91186]
$384.00
by Thomas B Date Added: Monday 17 December, 2012
Put 200 rounds through the gun at the range this weekend without a failure of any kind, was using Monarch (brass cases) and Federal Champion ammo (both pretty cheap). Put my last four rounds within 2.5 inches at about 15 yards freestanding (and it's the first time I've ever shot more than a handful of rounds from a handgun), so the gun is plenty accurate.

A lot of reviews tend to complain about 3 things, none of which were present on my gun.
-People complain about a gritty trigger pull, but mine was smooth all the way through.
-A lot of people also complain about the inside of slide being all marked up, but mine wasn't at all, it looked just as good as the outside.
-Mine came with a captured recoil spring, while most reviews complain this isn't the case.

A warning to anyone looking to switch between the safety and decocker (it comes with decocker installed), the switch from decocker to safety is an easy one, but switching back to the decocker can be a pain, as there's a tiny spring that you have put in place with a small screwdriver.The magazines only hold 15 out of the box, but this seems to be common with a lot of new magazines and is remedied by storing the magazine with 15 rounds in it for a few days or through regular use. My only complaint is with the sights, which are the same style Glocks have (not 3 dot). The rear sight is slanted such that the white markings on it appear dim if you aren't outside or don't have a light source to your back. I believe CZ has tritium 3 dot sights for the gun for about $85 from them, so that might not be a bad option. The DA pull is long and heavy (as it should be) and the SA pull is still kinda long and pretty light. A lot of people would probably complain about the length of the SA pull, but by the end of 200 rounds I could pretty accurately predict where it would break. I think it's also a useful teaching tool for letting the gun "surprise" you when shooting rather than a quick jerk of the trigger. As many people have already noted, the gun has a very good feel ergonomically. The gun does ship with an awful lot of lubrication, so I cleaned mine before the initial shooting.

In my opinion, the sights thing isn't a big issue at all and it's my only complaint with the gun, so 5 stars for an excellent weapon from CZ.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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