Is the CZ P09 a CZ 75?

I’m a CZ enthusiast, and I tend to prefer DA/SA guns. I carried the Beretta M9 during my time in the Marines and came to love hammer fired, DA/SA, guns. The CZ P-09 is very similar to the CZ 75, but it has a few differences. The CZ P-09 is a modern, duty-sized weapon.

What is the best CZ model?

The CZ 75 is one of the all-time great pistols, proven in competition and in combat. The CZ P09 is just incredible. Their target/competition pistols such as the CZ 75 Shadow and the CZ A01 are among the best handguns in production, period. But the ’75, the P09, and their target guns are not the easiest for daily carry.

How good is the CZ P07?

The grip itself has a slight grade going into the frame making the gun very comfortable for users with small hands and large hands alike. Overall, the gun feels good in your hand, but not fantastic. It’s just lacking some refinement and frankly feels a little bit slick and like it can move around if your hands got wet.

What’s the difference between the CZ 75 and CZ P09?

While very similar, there are a few noticeable differences between the CZ P09 and the CZ 75. The CZ P09 is a more modern sized weapon and is not considered full-size. This makes it easy to handle, especially when it is being fired for longer periods of time. The other difference is that it is chambered in 9mm.

How big is the barrel on a CZ 75?

The barrel of the P09 measures 4.5 inches and is cold hammer-forged. The pistol also incorporates the Omega barrel design of the CZ 75. The P09, although already essentially being a variant of the CZ 75, is also available in a wide variety of different models.

Which is the best CZ 75 Wonder 9?

The CZ75 is one of the most classic examples of a Wonder-9 pistol: a metal-framed, DA/SA 9mm autoloader with a double stack, large magazine capacity. Now imagine the CZ75 converted to a polymer frame with an enhanced magazine capacity, and you essentially have the CZ P09.

What kind of magazine does the CZ P07 have?

The back strap is swappable, as it comes with three sizes. The P07 has a slightly longer grip than the classic 75, accommodating a 19+1 magazine of 9mm or 15+1 of .40 S&W.. As you might imagine, that makes the pistol big.