PRODUCT INFORMATION & SPECS
Originally designed for use by military and law enforcement the lightweight aluminum-framed CZ P-01 is an excellent concealed carry choice. Chambered in 9mm with a 3.8 barrel this double action pistol weighs just 28.1 ounces. The CZ P-01 is equipped with a decocker and an integrated accessory rail. Heavily tested the CZ P-01 has a mean rounds between failure rate of 2142 a rate four times better than the U.S. Army standards.
Caliber 9mm – Magazine Capacity 10 – Magazine Type Double Stack – Frame Aluminum (7075 T6) – Grips Rubber – Trigger Mech DASA – Sights Fixed – Barrel Cold Hammer Forged – Barrel Length 3.800 in – Weight 1.750 lbs – Overall Length 7.200 in – Height 5.030 in – Width 1.380 in – Safety Decocking Lever Safety Stop on Hammer Firing Pin Block Safety – The P-01 9mm (accompanied by the P-06 in .40 SW) was designed for LE and Military duty but its compact size and the reduced weight due to its forged alloy frame made it ideal for discrete carry as well. Equipped with a decocker the P-01 provides convenience for those who prefer hammer-down carry. – The P-01 was the first CZ model to benefit from updated manufacturing technology at CZs Uhersky Brod factory. The components of the P-01P-06 are completely interchangable with every other P-01P-06 with no individual fitting required. This required some very careful re-design so that the reliability and accuracy were not impaired. Since the time of its introduction (designed in 2001 NATO-approved in 2003) the production upgrades have been rolled out to most of the CZ 75 family and several new rifle models as well. The 1913 accessory rail easily accepts any of the industry-standard lights and lasers to assist low-light use. After 3 years of some of the most aggressive small arms testing ever the CZ P-01 won the honor of replacing the CZ 75s previously used by the Czech National Police. – Reliability The U.S. Army Mean Rounds Between Failure (MRBF) requirement is 495 rounds for 9mm pistols. During testing of the CZ P-01 the average number of stoppages was only 7 per 15000 rounds fired. This is a .05 failure rate or an MRBF of 2142 – For many years the P-01 carried an NSN engraved on its frame making it the first NATO-spec pistol ever available to the public. Recently the factory decided to upgrade the slide stop spring which in turn means the current models may not carry the NSN. – This model is retrofitted to be compliant for purchase in states with capacity limits. It is shipped with two 10-round magazines.
|9MM LUGER (9X19 PARA)