SHOT Show 2013: CZ-USA's P-09 Duty Pistol
January 17, 2013
Photo: Mark W. Clark
CZ-USA introduced a pair of P-09 full-size duty pistols at SHOT Show that are similar to the firearms maker's P-07 duty pistols from last year's show.
The P-09, which is available in 9mm and .40 S&W, features an ambidextrous safety and de-cocker paired with a double-action, single-action trigger. Three back straps accommodate shooters with various hand sizes. The pistol also includes luminous three-dot sights.
The 9mm version offers 19+1 capacity and will retail for $514. The .40 S&W version offers a 15+1 capacity and will retail for $528. They will both be available soon.
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DriverX @ 1/18/2013 2:45 AM
Is it just me, or did the designers at CZ suddenly become Hulk like is size and looks? What happened to the smooth clean lines of the CZ75/85? The compact CZ82/83? Ok, We all know everyone wants a polymer pistol these days but not some huge monster! Please CZ go back to the clean smooth lines, keep the pistol a manageable size, avoid the sharp angles, and chamber a good variety of cartridges. And Call me if you need some advice!
chris @ 7/18/2013 12:01 PM
Driver X...it seems like you are a firearms designer or a gunsmith for CZ to call YOU for advise..... Your post is only an opinion since myself and thousands of other love the new CZ line, style, sizes, etc...i think they should keep doing what they are doing. It's awesome!
Caligula @ 11/17/2013 6:11 PM
I own two CZ's and sold my P-07, which I now regret. I think the P-09 is awesome. It's not that much bigger than a Glock 17/22, but has better ergos than the Glock G3 or G4. There's plenty of room in the market for another large nd affordable hammer fired duty pistol.
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