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    archull is offline Junior Member
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    I have never personally fired the CZ but I own a SP2022 and I love it. Great gun for the price and you can pick them up for cheap right now. I bought my SP2022 for $400 from CDNN and I have put several thousand rounds through the gun. It has that Sig trigger that I always loved and it has never failed me, weighted well, smooth to fire, easy to field strip, etc.

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    I haven't reported because there's nothing to report. Wal Mart is out of 9mm ammo and I'm trying to hold on until they get some, since it's the cheapest place to get it, and then stock up. I've been calling every day at 2 or 3 different locations and they say they never know when they'll get it. I'm only working part time now, so I'm pinching pennys. I do pick it up and hold it about every day, though. The thing is just sexy.

    Yes, the oil is a bit of a pain to clean off at first. Hey, at least you know when you get one it's not going to be rusted. I was wondering if it's good to put that much oil on the grips. Seems like it could degrade the rubber.

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    The grips on guns are generally impervious to oils and the common firearm maitenance products, firearm makers have that in mind when they design them. As far as ammo is concerned...in my area, the past few months have looked decent for 9mm and .40sw. Everyone knows Wal-Mart is the place to go for ammo, especially WWB (Winchester White Box ....a good cheap ammo). So, their supply gets scarfed up pretty quick. Some suspect employees call their buddys when the shipment comes but, who knows? Anyway, lately I go to Cabelas and some of the bigger sporting good outfits and have had good luck recently. You may pay a buck or two more for a box than Wal-mart but people don't scramble and hoard as much as Wally-world. It did look bleak around here 6 months to a year ago, but supplies have picked up lately.

    The P-01?!....yes it's a sweetheart, glad you're enjoying it

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    Well, today I finally found some 9mm ammo at Wally's. They had 7 boxes of Winchester white @ $11.47 and told me I could only buy 6. So I'll go tomorrow and finally see how it shoots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vitali View Post
    Well, today I finally found some 9mm ammo at Wally's. They had 7 boxes of Winchester white @ $11.47 and told me I could only buy 6. So I'll go tomorrow and finally see how it shoots.
    Sweet!!! have a good time.

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    Let us know how it goes at the range.

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    Rogelk is offline Banned
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    Good price! Keep us updated. enjoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vitali View Post
    Well, I bought the P-01. Too many recommendations to ignore. Should be here soon!

    Regarding the NATO issue, I tried to google it and this is about all I found:

    http://www.dtic.mil/ndia/smallarms/McFadden.pdf

    Not sure if it helps.
    Congrats, the CZs are reported to be excellent guns, you should have plenty of plinking fun with it.

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    Vitali is offline Junior Member
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    Went to the range and put 140 rounds through the P-01. Here are my impressions after the first outing:

    Ergonomics - Very Good
    Accuracy - Good
    Reliability - Very Good
    Recoil - Low

    Comments: The P-01 was very comfortable and fairly accurate, but shot a couple inches low for me.

    It ate the Winchester white box with no issues.

    The trigger was not bad, but perhaps a bit uncomfortable. My finger got a bit sore for some reason. Has anyone had the Combat 85 trigger put on? Impressions?

    After handling the P-01 a bit, the small slide doesn't seem to be much of an issue as you get used to it and the serrations are pretty aggressive.

    Recoil seems low, but I've been shooting an XD-40 and a Kel-Tec PF-9 so it's a little hard to gauge.

    The 14 round magazine drops freely when the large release button is pressed and clicks in solidly with little effort or rattling.

    Overall the gun seems like a quality piece well worth the cost. I look forward to more range trips to further define my impressions and then perhaps some modifications.

    I tried to post another picture with a smaller file, but I couldn't find the "manage attachments" button mentioned in the FAQ. I guess I'm just not destined to post a pic of this pistol! Again, it looks like all the others anyway. Nothing special yet. Wait 'til I get that IRS refund though.

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    Some dislike the curved trigger...I don't mind it. And the slide is a non issue, like you say the serrations make up for the limited square footage. Let it settle in before you make a decision how accurate it is. It is comfortable..Thanks for the update!

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    Congrats on getting the better gun of the two choices. The CZ wins hands down. It has got to be one of the best feeling guns made and has one of the best da/sa triggers out there. I have a lot of love for the CZ line of pistols.

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    I like sig

    Look I love sig I have a p226 and sp2022 and love both I was taking a chl class out here in Texas and my chl instructor had cz duty and wow I had to pick one up afterward and to tell u the truth I love both and havnt made my mind up other then the duty is tad bit easier to conceal carry so that is the piece I carry but really I love them both so am keeping both

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