What's with the NSN engraved on the pistol? Meaning, do ALL of the P-01's have the NSN?
NATO Stock Number
Don't know why some CZs have them, and others don't.
I must be missing the boat on the new CZ series...The last CZ 75 I shot had a lousy DA pull and lousy trigger reset...have they gotten better???? Do you guys suggest giving them another try???
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See my post at the bottom of p.1.
No not all, or even most CZ have the NSN. The original P-01 had it. Then CZ upgraded a spring so it was "out of spec" and was not able to stamp the NSN on it (per the CZ site description of the P-01).
Do note that custom trigger work is being discussed ...
Beautiful. Congratulations. Look forward to a full report.
How does the SDP differ from the ProTec (besides the ProTek's metal shaving and reconfiguration)?
According to the specs on CZC's site, in addition to what you mentioned,
I'd love to have the Pro-Tek, but the price tag is ridiculous.
Yes, it is. I looked at a consignment Pro-Tek at a local shop...asking price was $1400. Felt great in hand but honestly the trigger wasn't anything to write home about. I sort of regret not buying it but that's a lot of $$ even used.
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Those custom P-01s are nice. Given my striker predisposition CZs have always been range guns for me, so it was kind of easy to resist the Hobdell-infused P-01 when it was first introduced. That being said my experiences with my 75B-based CS Shadow T-SA makes the continual resistance all that much harder.
Those dudes down in Arizona really know how to slap some purdy sweet guns together.
Resistance is Futile.
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I have put $$ down on my first CZ. Also a P-01. Can't wait to pay it off and get it out of jail.
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Quick range report from today.
Ammo: Freedom 124 Gr RN, Freedom 115 Gr HP, Freedom 115 Gr XTP, Federal Hi-Shok 115 Gr JHP, Speer Lawman 124 Gr TMJ, Winchester Ranger T-series +P 124 Gr
Total rounds fired: 227
Distance: 10 yards
Position: standing, 2-handed
Impressions: Extremely well balanced, comfortable to hold and shoot. The +P feels less snappy in this CZ than comparable shooting in my P228. Trigger is smooth and crisp. But, one thing I wish is that they would round out the abrupt edge of the trigger. That would make for much more pleasant shooting, if you shoot more than a few hundred rounds in a session.
Pic shows the 10-yard shoots. I honestly just can't recall which target is which ammo. But, I know for sure that the bottom left target had 43 rounds of various ammo through it.
Also did some mag dumps at 7 yards (no pic), and the gun was fast back on target.
You using grease or oil? Or both?
My two po1's are stock except for the grips. One or both will be going off soon for some work or I may just order the kits and do the work myself. My brother has the tools already including the sight tool.
Looks like a winner to me!! Nice job!
Nice,shoots as good as it looks!
My quest for an SDP has had me on the verge of buying one several times in the last month or two. I picked up a steel framed P-01 and two P-01 SR models for house duty. Then, this morning I see a Pro-Tek 1 pop up on the local trader board for less than a new (or used) SDP costs.
So...I know have three railed-compacts and one normal one. Not sure how this spiraled so quickly.
Any day you can get a Pro-Tek for that price is a good day.
Btw, I'm surprised at the DA weight. 9.25 lbs? I would be disappointed at still a heavy DA.
12123, thanks for the Czech pron
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