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thmpr
05-14-2009, 10:26 AM
Any feed back on these would be appreciated...:thumbsup:

Cost: Running selling price?
Accuracy?
Durable?
Feel/ergonomics?

Tillers_Rule
05-14-2009, 10:27 AM
Nothing bad to say about my SP-01

$580
Spot on
Extremely
Most comfortable handgun I own (with the rubber grips)

Seed
05-14-2009, 10:29 AM
Any feed back on these would be appreciated...:thumbsup:

Cost: Running selling price?
Check czcustom.com

Accuracy?
Conditional on skill set but the SP has a longer barrel so probably more accurate.

Durable?
Oh yes

Feel/ergonomics?
Relative to the purchaser

CZs rock.

I have big hands and bought the P-01.

My buddy has smaller hands and bought the SP-01.

I think someday I will get the SP-01 as well as the 97B. That's how impressed I am with the CZs. The P-07 I am not so sure about however.

FeuerFrei
05-14-2009, 11:08 AM
Adding a set of Hogue wraparound grips and some night sights would make it unbeatable for any use.
CZ knows how to build pistols.

Ninja45
05-14-2009, 11:26 AM
You won't go wrong with either one. I have a P-01, a CZ75 SA (40 S&W) and a 97B (45). I love all of them, but I love the P-01 the best so I bought TWO (one black, the other green)! The trigger on the P-01 needs breaking in (around 500 rounds) before it smooths out (or you get uysed to it), but it is reliable, very accurate, and should cost way more than its price tag!

wildhawker
05-14-2009, 11:30 AM
Cost: Running selling price? $500-700
Accuracy? Very good
Durable? So far, no issues
Feel/ergonomics? Excellent

One of the best values out there today IMO. No question, we'll be buying more CZs.

thmpr
05-14-2009, 12:03 PM
Anyone have information of the SP-01 Tactial for sale in CA? Ssince it is not on the roster. New is what I am more keen to.


Thank you for the great feedback. P-06 will be a must buy on my end.

jeffrice6
05-14-2009, 12:18 PM
I had an SP-01 & she was a good pistol. The SP-01 was more accurate than I am. Fit & finish was pretty good (not great) but pretty good. Trigger is CRAP..........You're gunna want to have that smoothed out and worked on. The SP-01 is an all steel pistol which makes it quite dourable. Plus the weight helps out in accuracy dept. at the range (follow up / muzzle flip) Fit my hand well and I liked the way it pointed. Just remember, it is a large heavy pistol......For CCW it might not be the best choice.

SanSacto
05-14-2009, 12:25 PM
I like the cost, accuracy, feel, and durability of the SP-01. However I am REALLY frustrated that I cannot get one because the .40S&W version is not on the DOJ roster. As a matter of fact, there are no .40S&W CZs with a rail on the approved list. Come on SAF and CGF!

thmpr
05-14-2009, 12:30 PM
I like the cost, accuracy, feel, and durability of the SP-01. However I am REALLY frustrated that I cannot get one because the .40S&W version is not on the DOJ roster. As a matter of fact, there are no .40S&W CZs with a rail on the approved list. Come on SAF and CGF!


I agree!!! 9 mm will be fine for now.

tmuller
05-14-2009, 1:07 PM
Love my P-01. Very durable and accurate. I'll second what another poster said about the trigger break in period, it's a little gritty early. Regardless, it was VERY accurate out of the box and feels great in my hands. For the price you just can't beat a CZ.

oghl888
05-14-2009, 3:21 PM
I had a problem with the slide release lever being pushed up by the next round in the magazine. Filing it down fixed the problem. Other possible problems can be found on czForum.com, such as the SP-01 recoil spring too strong, ejector shape needing minor filing, etc.

Over all, my 4 CZs have been every good.

CZlover
05-14-2009, 4:31 PM
Love my P-01. Very durable and accurate. I'll second what another poster said about the trigger break in period, it's a little gritty early. Regardless, it was VERY accurate out of the box and feels great in my hands. For the price you just can't beat a CZ.

I love my SP01. It's tactical handgun so I've no complaints about trigger at all. My CZ97B's trigger was a bit rough at first, but I dryfired it about 5-700 times and it's good enough for now...I love both of them, very durable & accurate handguns:thumbsup:

Trader Jack
05-14-2009, 9:24 PM
CZ Firearms are excellent in fact CZ produced at least 25% of the German arms during WW2. Cz tactical is available IF you can find one.:cool2:

mvpatriot
05-14-2009, 9:25 PM
my sp 101 is the best 9mm pistol I own, amazingly accurate with match trigger and hammer etc.

markw
05-14-2009, 10:14 PM
They're crap, get a glock. :) Oh wait... CZ's are an excellent choice and an under valued gun. I just picked up a CZ75B in .40 after trying a 75B, 97B, 40P and a 229. The feel of the 75 was just right. To really answer your question, the 75B is copied as much as the 1911. Baby Eagle, Tangfolio, EAA are a few clones. Here's the wikipedia write up on it, great choice, I did the 75B as I'm not into the tacticool thing. :)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CZ-75

jphaxx
05-14-2009, 11:22 PM
I just picked my SP01 up today... man I'm in love already

RangerRoy
05-15-2009, 3:20 AM
You might find yourself hanging around the CZ forum now.

gwl
05-15-2009, 6:03 AM
I have both the SP-01 and P-01. You can't go wrong with either handgun. Very comfortable in my hands and very accurate with the edge going the SP-01.

I got 'em last year when they ran under $550 but like everything else in the firearms industry the price has gone up.

Get one and you're gonna find yourself buying more.