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Thread: Light weight TDA choices- PX4CC vs P07

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    Iíve never thought CZs were that horrible. Iíd heard they had SOME durability issues, but those seem to have largely been resolved with certain small parts being made more robust.


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    Posted over on a thread more based to the CZ- but did get a P-09 to shoot this morning. First time I had shot a CZ- it was a decent experience. However- I thought the PX4 that I brought fit my hand a bit better. I know this is a PX4CC vs P-07 thread- but would assume that the results would be fairly similar. I would definitely shoot them both against each other- to me it comes down to the fact I have been shooting Berettas for a while now and am just comfortable with them.
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    @LSP552 don't know if you made a selection- but I have now shot the P-07. I really like it a lot. Now- out of the box- it needs a bit of work. The trigger pull was pretty heavy with a bit of grittiness to it. However- I don't think you can compare it out of the box to the upgraded PX4CC. I really really like the P-07- once I get it broken in- I think it will (cringe) replace the PX4CC. I am a big Beretta fan- but I really like the grip- it fits my hands perfectly. Either way you won't go wrong!
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    Quote Originally Posted by holmes168 View Post
    @LSP552 don't know if you made a selection- but I have now shot the P-07. I really like it a lot. Now- out of the box- it needs a bit of work. The trigger pull was pretty heavy with a bit of grittiness to it. However- I don't think you can compare it out of the box to the upgraded PX4CC. I really really like the P-07- once I get it broken in- I think it will (cringe) replace the PX4CC. I am a big Beretta fan- but I really like the grip- it fits my hands perfectly. Either way you won't go wrong!
    Iím still considering.....

    But I really think itís going to be hard to replace my P226 & 239 combo. Thinking that the juice probably isnít worth the squeeze to change at the moment.
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    I'm really liking the grip on the thing as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LSP552 View Post
    I’m still considering.....

    But I really think it’s going to be hard to replace my P226 & 239 combo. Thinking that the juice probably isn’t worth the squeeze to change at the moment.
    Do you have any experience with the USPc? On paper it seems like a decent compromise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreggW View Post
    Do you have any experience with the USPc? On paper it seems like a decent compromise.
    LSP972 was always trying to lure me to the LEM, and I put a few hundred rounds through his USPc. Iím not a LEM fan and I always thought the USPc felt like a brick. Iíve shot a couple of different TDA USPc, 45c and P30s and never felt a trigger remotely as good as a basic SIG classic.

    Iíd go CZ before HK when it comes to TDA. The only exception would be for a larger outdoor gun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LSP552 View Post
    LSP972 was always trying to lure me to the LEM, and I put a few hundred rounds through his USPc. I’m not a LEM fan and I always thought the USPc felt like a brick. I’ve shot a couple of different TDA USPc, 45c and P30s and never felt a trigger remotely as good as a basic SIG classic.

    I’d go CZ before HK when it comes to TDA. The only exception would be for a larger outdoor gun.
    I had a feeling this is what you would say but I wanted to ask anyway. Partly to satisfy my own curiosity.

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