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As this being my first CZ it's very off putting no one here or I never seen any post about the P-07 in 40 S&W as I own that currently as I moved from glock to something more complex.
 

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OK...I'll bite

Did you take it to the range yet...?

How did it shoot...?

How do you like the kick of the .40S&W cartridge...? ( Myself, don't own a gun in that caliber...but have plenty of .45's )

What's you overall opinion of the P-07...as compared to all the other firearms you own...?
 

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Honestly haven't took it to the range due to fact was awaiting arrival of new baby girl. Only chambered a few rounds never fired just yet.
 

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P-07 is a fine platform, you simply have the much less popular caliber. I don't think that's news to anybody at this point. P-07's tend to be soft shooters for most people, that includes .40s&w. Congrats on the new baby girl!
 

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I have several .40 caliber CZ's. I like the round myself. A .40 loaded to Minor power factor is much softer shooting than the 9mm. A pleasure to shoot at 130 PF.
 

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I have a P-06 and enjoy shooting it enough that I sold my P-01. I haven't had the pleasure of shooting a P-07 in .40, but if my 07 in 9mm is any indication it will be a soft shooter. My 07 is much quicker to get back on target for follow up shots than my P-01 was.
 

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Honestly haven't took it to the range due to fact was awaiting arrival of new baby girl. Only chambered a few rounds never fired just yet.
Well...I guess that's the end of the conversation on the P-07...


BTW...Congrats to you and the misses
 
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