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Old 05-19-2017, 02:44 PM
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i have a SD9VE and think it is a great pistol, but just bought a PO7 that is a blend of the best of both worlds. I now have a firearm that is of the CZ inside the rail design, a lightweight, great ergonomic feel, perfect size, hammer fire, DA/SA, a decocker (with the option to install the safety that came with the gun) and came with Tritium sights. Have sold a few "expendable" firearms to buy the PO-7, but will never part with the SD9VE.
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Old 05-19-2017, 03:41 PM
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Congratulations, sir.
The P-07 is a fantastic pistol.
Ergonomic, well designed, great trigger. Awesome.

I own only one 9mm, I almost got the P-07 but went for a CZ 75 B at the last minute. Not sure if I regret it or not but the P-07 is still on my wish list.

Enjoy it and any pics would be much appreciated!
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Old 05-19-2017, 04:43 PM
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Excellent news.

If I ever decide to dip my toe back into the TDA pool, the P-07 is right near the top of the list. It feels excellent in my hands.
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Congrats on the new P-07.
I picked one up a few weeks back, and absolutely love it.
Feels great in the hand and is a sweet shooter.
Definitely a quality pistol IMO.

Enjoy and be safe.
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Congrats on the P-07, definitely a keeper. I also bought one a few weeks ago, great pistol!

I'm a fan of CZs, they make a quality gun with great ergos. The P-07 fits great in hand, has a nice trigger and is very accurate.
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