Discussion in 'On Topic' started by s2k, Apr 3, 2009.
saw that at the gun shop yesterday.
don't like the grip and the de-cocker was kind of awkward to use.
still think it's too big to conceal well
Good looking gun.
Nice price as well.
also, i don't like the polymer frame.
I don't like the direction CZ is going in.
I keep hearing everyone say that the DA pull on the Omegas are garbage. Supposedly the Omega triggers are using the Shadow hammer, so the SA should be pretty nice. I'd like to convert one to a manual safety and a SAO trigger setup and see how it hangs.
I still haven't had a chance to play with anything using the Omega trigger yet.
i dry-fired it at the shop
aaaaaand...... What did you think about the trigger? Noticeably worse than other factory CZ's?
felt a little better than my P-01 - but this was before I even knew that it had a different trigger
so i might check it out again. it's at a good price point. i might get it, then sell it before I move
oh and the stippling on it feels like sandpaper. extremely grippy.
not something I like in a carry piece.
is it comparable to the g19 in size?
yep. it's a compact.
it doesn't feel good, though. feels cheap.
i guess i'm used to CZ's feeling hefty - i've never actually held a polymer framed CZ before this one
Now I don't know about all that dude. Other than it being a polymer frame gun, I don't think it has a whole lot in common with a Glock. I mean, it's a DA/SA midsize gun with swappable control setups and an adjustable grip. That's not very "Glockish" per say.
I'd like to see a comparison of the exterior dimensions and such between the P-07 and a G19 though, speaking of Glocks.
looks like the CZ is a little bigger than a G19
Oh, well yeah I'll definitely give you that. Doesn't have the traditional CZ "shape" to it. I'm wondering if this is a new direction for CZ entirely, or just maybe expanding their already fucking retardedly large catalog? They've had some polymer guns in the past, but I think they pretty much all tanked. Actually their last push for a US LEO type pistol was the CZ40 which they co-designed with Colt. It tanked too (which was a shame, as it's an excellent handgun).
when you say they've had polymer guns, are you talking about polymer variants, or strictly polymer?
Not for sure I understand what you mean?
They all of course have metal slides, but I mean polymer framed guns.
CZ100 CZ110 CZ2000 I think were what they went by. I might be wrong, but don't have lightening fast googling skills like you appear to. I'll look around though and see (I've got no experience with any of these or anything, just know that they did at one time exist).
The more I look at the P-07, the more I think that the trigger guard is absolutely hideous. I know that's a weak dick thing, but christ man, why is it so big?
like the RAMI had a polymer variant.
it's because CZ will now make holsters. they were tired of us poor CZ users buying holsters made for Sigs
CZ - G2000
CZ - TT
My bad, I didn't understand what you meant there BS. Yeah, those are all completely standalone models, there are no metal "variants" floating around.
ahh, i see.
i'm still not decided on the P-07 - i really didn't look it over that well.
it's been a while since i've surfed some gun porn online and when I saw it, i didn't want to seem like a dumbass and go "OMG is that new?" and get the face
Hahahah, a bootleg Glock from Turkey.
I'd love to take one of these and go outshoot Yar with one. Wonder if Turkey has a bootleg GlockWorx yet?
Meh, it's no thing. CZ seems to have pioneered the Magpul philosophy of showing guns 10 years in advance, then dribbling little bits of info here and there. I've heard about this thing for a while now, and actually didn't even know it was "out" until not too long ago. I just figured it'd show up outta nowhere in a distrubutor catalog like all the other wierd CZ variants do.
BRB, registering www.GockWorx.com