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***SALE*** CZ 75D P01 with with luminescent sights $477 shipped (Hi-Cap only)

l0l 212 March 2, 2010 at 10:03 PM in Sporting Goods (2)
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Top Gun Supply [topgunsupply.com] has CZ P01 on sale for $459.95 plus $18 shipping to your FFL. This is brand new with night sights that require recharge (same as PX4). The web site only shows the hi-cap option. Bad news for CA residents.

CZ, particularly P01, has increased the price by 20% in the past year or so. This is a great sale but probably will be out before long. Good luck.
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#2
why the thumbs down... best price you'll ever see... must be those dang latte-liberals.
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for this, i am out of calidrool
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HAHAHA.... someone voted "Not a good product"... what idiots. Because it's a gun? or you really think CZ makes a bad gun?
This is a great gun, and a good price.
thanks OP
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http://www.topgunsupply.com/cz-75...s-9mm.html

Best deal I ever seen for a CZ-75 Compact P01. In my opinion, this is the best feeling 9mm I ever shot. I would pick it up myself, but I live in CA and the 14rd mags are illegal.
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damn I swear I searched haha
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What does "night sights that require recharge" mean? Are they not Tritium?
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Quote from Mr.Davis View Post :
What does "night sights that require recharge" mean? Are they not Tritium?
No these are most likely painted on luminescent sights. I have seen them on some and the brightness lasts on small charges (if I had to use them at night, I would flash them briefly using a high power flashlights). But they are effective from brief exposures alone (this is coming from 150+ lumen light source however).
I think some of the newer HK stock night sights are like these, but I have always bought Trijicon replacements.

Great price on a fine gun that shoots and shoots and shoots.

But personally, I can't stand the thinner slide compared to what I am used to.
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Quote from l0l View Post :
Top Gun Supply [topgunsupply.com] has CZ P01 on sale for $459.95 plus $18 shipping to your FFL. This is brand new with night sights that require recharge (same as PX4). The web site only shows the hi-cap option. Bad news for CA residents.

CZ, particularly P01, has increased the price by 20% in the past year or so. This is a great sale but probably will be out before long. Good luck.
is this gun a better deal than this one
Sig Sauer P225, Nitron, DA/SA, 9mm - USED - Very Good Condition $359
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is this gun a better deal than this one
Sig Sauer P225, Nitron, DA/SA, 9mm - USED - Very Good Condition $359
Sig FTW
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First, I LOVE CZ. I only own one CZ right now, a CZ P06 (basically same as this weapon, but chambered in .40 S&W)
I've owned five CZ handguns over the years, and they are one of my favorite weapons to shoot.

This weapon is a CZ-P01, basically it's a compact aluminum framed 9mm with a steel slide. It features a decocking lever, and is DA/SA. That means that the first round you fire will cock the gun before firing, so the trigger pull is a lot harder on the first round.

In a nutshell, here's my take on this weapon.
+Accurate as hell. Out of the box, I've never known a CZ to be inaccurate.
+Probably one of the most natural pointing and handling weapons you've ever held. It just feels "right" in my hand.
+Compact. If you plan on carrying, this weapon is small enough to be concealed, yet offers high capacity magazines.

Now for the cons....(my opinion)

- Out of the box, most CZs are notorious for having crappy triggers.(Except for my old CZ75SA which had an AWESOME trigger) Perhaps "crappy" is too strong a word, but basically, they're not great. The thing to do is take it to a decent gunsmith to get it tuned, OR, cheap out and buy a couple of snap caps and dry fire the thing about five or six thousand times. this will smooth the trigger out tremendously and make shooting it much, much more enjoyable.
-You won't find the same amount of custom accessories for CZs as you will for say, Glock, Sig, or any 1911 style weapon, but they're out there. Just get used to the fact that you'll have to look a bit harder.
-The stock "glow" sights suck. If you have to use them in a real situation, you shouldn't have to worry about "charging" your sights with a flashlight. With the first four CZs I owned I would dab a bit of neon green or yellow model paint over the "glow" sights since the "glow" sights suck for day shooting.
I picked up my PO6 WITH tritium sights (the kind that always glow) for about 420 dollars a year and a half ago. (Tritium sights normally add about 100 dollars to any weapon, so figure about 320 for the weapon itself.)

One other thing, a lot of people end up replacing the buffer spring in their CZs with a heavier one since CZs tend to sling brass a little harder than some weapons. Not really needed, but if you're shooting at a range, the guy in the lane next to you will appreciate it. laugh out loud

I LOVE CZ weapons, and I don't mind putting in a little time to get the trigger where I want it. I have never held a CZ that didn't feel good in my hand. (CZ100 doesn't count)
They're high quality, I've put thousands of rounds through CZs over the years with no problems, and very very very few failures to feed or fire.
All that being said....I wouldn't spend more than about 400-425 on this weapon UNLESS it came with tritium sights. Just my .02. But again, I haven't been in the market to buy a weapon in a few years, so hey, what do I know. Flame on!

***EDIT****
Upon further review of current gun prices, I have to conclude this is a good price for this particular weapon, at this particular time.....I think the market price is inflated above what it should be, but.....hey, that's me.
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#13
Here is for a great gun for only $459.95
http://www.topgunsupply.com/cz-75...s-9mm.html



next best deal is from buds gun shop $584.00
https://www.budsgunshop.com/catal...s_id/31186

you save $124.05

here are reviews from 40 owners
http://www.gundirectory.com/more....gun=Pistol

I own a CZ 75B, and if I didnt just purchase a M&P 9, I would buy this immediatly.
Guns rarely go on sale, but when they do, BUY woot BUY woot BUY woot
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There is an excellent review of this gun at genitron.com

http://www.genitron.com/REV-CZ-P0...Z-P01.html
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Quote from rickrone View Post :
Here is for a great gun for only $459.95
http://www.topgunsupply.com/cz-75...s-9mm.html



next best deal is from buds gun shop $584.00
https://www.budsgunshop.com/catal...s_id/31186

you save $124.05

here are reviews from 40 owners
http://www.gundirectory.com/more....gun=Pistol

I own a CZ 75B, and if I didnt just purchase a M&P 9, I would buy this immediatly.
Guns rarely go on sale, but when they do, BUY woot BUY woot BUY woot
And a little more about this gun:
http://www.genitron.com/HandgunDB/DB-Handgun-Detail.asp?ID=2581
[genitron.com]
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