GUN cz 75 sp01 phantom (polymer frame)

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  1. s2k

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    plastic version of the sp01, anybody have one?

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    I like my alloy framed P-01 too much :dunno:
     
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    I've been wanting to try one of those out myself...

    I actually sold my SP-01 because I found it to be bigger/heavier than what I wanted at the time (though I ended up with a 6" Tactical Sport, so go figure). Something about the balance of them doesn't jive with me as much.

    This gun should be a helluva lot lighter, and might be pretty cool. I hate that I've only seen decocker models though.... Decocker + CZ = fail.

    Do want the squared trigger guards on my guns though; it looks good. You gonna buy one and tell us what's up?
     
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    whats wrong with the cz decocker?
     
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    I'll concede that some of this is simply preference on my part so not to start some ridiculous flame war, but my problems with it:

    It makes the gun harder to take apart.
    It makes it harder/more expensive to get a decent trigger
    It doesn't allow you to convert to SAO

    And personally, I like a manual safety better myself, and the position/shape of the CZ decocker makes it hard to use for me.

    Pick and choose what, if any of those bother you. I simply think that the manual safety model is more flexible for my needs.
     

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