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The Constable
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What's with the NSN engraved on the pistol? Meaning, do ALL of the P-01's have the NSN?
 
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NATO Stock Number

Don't know why some CZs have them, and others don't.


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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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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???

See my post at the bottom of p.1.


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What's with the NSN engraved on the pistol? Meaning, do ALL of the P-01's have the NSN?


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).
 
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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???


Do note that custom trigger work is being discussed ...
 
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Beautiful. Congratulations. Look forward to a full report.

How does the SDP differ from the ProTec (besides the ProTek's metal shaving and reconfiguration)?
 
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Originally posted by FN in MT:
What's with the NSN engraved on the pistol? Meaning, do ALL of the P-01's have the NSN?


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).


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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,
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•*NEW* Short Reach DA trigger - trigger is dull silver.
•Short Reset Trigger.


I'd love to have the Pro-Tek, but the price tag is ridiculous.


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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.
 
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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

Malfunctions: none

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.



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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. Cool

Good shooting.
 
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12131,

Looks like a winner to me!! Nice job!

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Nice,shoots as good as it looks!
 
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