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Discussion in 'Gun Chatter' started by Hernan, Jan 28, 2010.
What is your opinion about this new gun?
I bought one over the weekend. It is awesome accurate. More to follow after I soot again. I had a problem with one magazine but it turned out to be dirt in it causing the problem. I will try it again today.
I'm real interested in this weapon. Did you get yours from Academy because the price is very nice there?
$399 at Academy. Great price for a great gun. This thing feels like it was made for me. It is the best pointing gun and easiest to keep on target I have ever owned.
I think I need a matching 40 Cal. Seems like my 75bd may neede a new home now, too.
Check this for one review of the CZ PO7 Duty. [edited]
Very interesting & informative.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EtxP5L8J ... re=related
I saw it and don't agree it is unbiased or correct. Reviews opinion is not mine and I doubt he shot the gun. I have.
epwrangler, you may be right about the reviewer's bias so I edited my post to say 'one review'.
I have never fired one myself. Nice looking though.
What exactly did the reviewer say? I really like this pistol.
WH, check on the youtube link below that I posted on 5/20.
It also displays many other reviews of the CZ PO7 Duty.
My experience has been that most reviewers tend to trash anything, to a degree, that costs less than $800+.
This issue has been a bit frustrating for me as I've owned most of the high $ shooters, but find the $300-500 range full of excellent CC choices, that get lame reviews despite their reliability, accuracy to 30 feet, etc.
A CC gun is NOT a range/competition gun, but most reviewers do not understand the difference.
I really like mine as it points well and fits my hand well. It is like a custom fitted pistol for me.Seems many others feel the same who have shot one. Mine is so good I am thiinking about reducing my owned pistols and getting a 40 cal also.
Go, I'll go with your assessment. CZ is a quality manufacturer. Bersa is another that is vastly under rated. I really don't have a lot of confidence in what gun writers put out there. There are too many freebies and too much advertising revenue out there for them to be totally truthful. I have a good friend who's father was a writer and got the pleasure of going on a gun magazine hunt along with some writers and gun company reps. ( I was a friend of a friend and a last minute replacement) They have a cozy relationship.
I ignored the many reviews ang got my 2 favorite, and most reliable, CC sidearms. Both have been to the range and both are worthy of the highest rating possible ... as CC sidearms.
Neither are heirloom quality nor will they ever see more than 20k rounds over the next 20-30 years.
I got more accurate & usable info on this site, from actual users, and their experiences with the makers, than all of the Internet review sites I had found.
Just for fun I decided to make my own summer special. Leather was $5 bucks from Tandy Leather here. That should make several holsters actually. Snaps were $8 bucks from Michaels. Enough for 10 holsters. Thread and needle was $2 from Harbor Freight. I already had a box cutter and some contact glue, black shoe dye and polish. We will see how I do.
Here to report that the holster I made ahs been carrying my chl for months now and doin well.
That is very cool, I have thought about making a holster myself, just to try it. Did you use any specific patterns or just kind of free style it?