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Title: CZ P-07 40 S&W ??
Post by: m1a_scoutguy on December 30, 2018, 02:47:41 PM
Hey guys I thought they make/made a 07 in 40S&W but they do NOT list one on CZUSA ! Maybe I didn't search good enough, Maybe it is a rare bird or something but I just don't see many around. Reason being is I went to the range today with a buddy and even though I have shot with him for years he never really held or shot any of my CZs, he LOVED how my 07 felt and shot. He is a Glock and a 1911 guy and that's fine,,I have both myself.But with that said he is HEAVY into 40 cal and will not switch, period,soooo where can ya find the 40Cal 07s ?? Maybe call Stuart ? I'll keep looking for him but if anyone has any leads that would be cool,,,Thanks
Title: Re: CZ P-07 40 S&W ??
Post by: eastman on December 30, 2018, 04:01:31 PM
you will need to look at used pistols or the existing "New Old Stock" in a store or on GunBroker
Title: Re: CZ P-07 40 S&W ??
Post by: m1a_scoutguy on December 30, 2018, 04:28:46 PM
you will need to look at used pistols or the existing "New Old Stock" in a store or on GunBroker

Ok, no prob. Soooo they don't make them anymore it seems. Thanks
Title: Re: CZ P-07 40 S&W ??
Post by: Warbird on December 30, 2018, 05:54:54 PM
I picked mine up in 2016. I think they stopped producing the P-07 40 S&W in 2017.
It would be worth it to pick one up used, or new old stock.  The trigger is like butter & I shoot it better than any other of my guns!
Title: Re: CZ P-07 40 S&W ??
Post by: M1A4ME on December 30, 2018, 08:23:44 PM
You can find them by doing an internet search.  Since interest in .40's is decreasing, sometimes you can even find them at a super good price.

When I'm looking on the internet I use the CZ part number/model number for the gun I'm looking for.  Might be hard to find it now that they no longer list it in their catalog.  Mine's a DUTY (the first model P07's made) so the number on the box probably isn't the same as the 2nd generation P07's in .40 S&W.

Another thread on the forum was listing good sales on P01's and P09s at a vendor.  I looked at it and they say they have .40 S&W P07's in stock, too.

https://grabagun.com/cz-p-07-40sw-12rd-blk-poly.html
Title: Re: CZ P-07 40 S&W ??
Post by: Tyerone on December 30, 2018, 11:13:11 PM
I wonder what your buddy would think sbout 15+1 rounds of .40 in a P09.  Maybe one less for me to be tempted with!
 8)
Title: Re: CZ P-07 40 S&W ??
Post by: m1a_scoutguy on December 30, 2018, 11:47:54 PM
I wonder what your buddy would think about 15+1 rounds of .40 in a P09.  Maybe one less for me to be tempted with!
 8)

Well, 1st we live in a commie state, NY, so the high cap is a no, no! Only Cops and criminals can have cool stuff like that ! LOL Yea the 09 would be an awesome gun but think he is leaning more towards conceal carry which he does every day so the 07 would be much better for that I feel. I'll send him links and info, thanks, guys.
Title: Re: CZ P-07 40 S&W ??
Post by: Sango on December 31, 2018, 01:29:21 AM
Last time I looked one of my local spots had several P07’s still in stock in .40, I’ll check and see if they still have any (Vegas)
Title: Re: CZ P-07 40 S&W ??
Post by: nickshawn on January 02, 2019, 09:41:04 PM
I bought mine from my LGS about a month ago, his distributor had them in stock.

Title: Re: CZ P-07 40 S&W ??
Post by: nickshawn on January 02, 2019, 09:44:05 PM
 2 sec Google search and there are at least 40 online dealers that have them in stock .... Buds, Grabagun, Toole, etc..

Love mine btw, recently converted to a different caliber ....  O0
Title: Re: CZ P-07 40 S&W ??
Post by: m1a_scoutguy on January 03, 2019, 12:17:03 AM
2 sec Google search and there are at least 40 online dealers that have them in stock .... Buds, Grabagun, Toole, etc..

Love mine btw, recently converted to a different caliber ....  O0

Thanks, guys it is for a shooting buddy so I will pass along the info !! I hope he jumps soon,,LOL
Title: Re: CZ P-07 40 S&W ??
Post by: Indy_Tim on January 03, 2019, 08:13:13 AM
I bought my latest P07 in .40 back in September 2018.  The production date on it is 2014, which tells me just how few CZ must have been selling.  My only caution with the .40 P07 is to be careful with mods.  I tend to get FTF when I lighten the main spring.  I can run a CGW SRS with no issue but I think that some CZs need the heavier mainspring to help tame slide velocity.
Title: Re: CZ P-07 40 S&W ??
Post by: Indy_Tim on January 03, 2019, 08:16:15 AM
I bought my latest P07 in .40 back in September 2018.  The production date on it is 2014, which tells me just how few CZ must have been selling.  My only caution with the .40 P07 is to be careful with mods.  I tend to get FTF when I lighten the main spring.  I can run a CGW SRS with no issue but I think that some CZs need the heavier mainspring to help tame slide velocity.

I should add though that, despite the sensitivity to the mainspring change, the P07 in .40 is a beautiful platform to shoot.  It just does not feel like a .40 when I shoot mine.  I like to run mine with the factory +2 extensions and those make the .40 P07 a 14+1 round gun which is pretty dang good for that size package
Title: Re: CZ P-07 40 S&W ??
Post by: ernie_h on January 03, 2019, 12:40:09 PM
OK.....I vowed to keep gun purchases to 1 this year (my wife has the recording :-)....and P-07 in .40 it is...it's been on the list for a while. To the OP, the best price I found was $424 (no cc fee, no tax, free ship).

...for nickshawn....since you brought up a caliber conversion......  .357 Sig? Don't recall having seen anyone with that conversion in a P-07 .40 [P-06, P-09, SP-01, yes, but not P-07...at least not yet].
Title: Re: CZ P-07 40 S&W ??
Post by: nickshawn on January 03, 2019, 02:04:11 PM
OK.....I vowed to keep gun purchases to 1 this year (my wife has the recording :-)....and P-07 in .40 it is...it's been on the list for a while. To the OP, the best price I found was $424 (no cc fee, no tax, free ship).

...for nickshawn....since you brought up a caliber conversion......  .357 Sig? Don't recall having seen anyone with that conversion in a P-07 .40 [P-06, P-09, SP-01, yes, but not P-07...at least not yet].

Yes sir. Flame balls galore  ;D  I have a thread on here somewhere with pics
Title: Re: CZ P-07 40 S&W ??
Post by: O7owner21 on January 07, 2019, 11:06:52 PM
CZ seems to not do nearly as well with .40 Cal, I have newer 2nd gen that came with extended base plates and a comp hammer and it has too weak of a recoil spring.
I probably make it through 1 out of 3 magazines without a malfunction namely the slide locking back prematurely.
I would be cautious venturing away from 9mm in CZ.
Title: CZ P-07 40 S&W ??
Post by: Indy_Tim on January 08, 2019, 10:59:13 PM
CZ seems to not do nearly as well with .40 Cal, I have newer 2nd gen that came with extended base plates and a comp hammer and it has too weak of a recoil spring.
I probably make it through 1 out of 3 magazines without a malfunction namely the slide locking back prematurely.
I would be cautious venturing away from 9mm in CZ.
There is some truth here.  I have over 20 CZs in the family and of those, the 9mm ones have never given me a single issue outside of the time I tried Froglube on a compact.  The .40s have been hit or miss in reliability.  Both of my .40 P09s are perfect and have been from round one.  My 75B in .40 has been perfect as well.  Both of my P07s in .40 have had issues and I run a heavier recoil spring in them to help tame slide velocity to keep them happy.  My 75B Compact in .40 has been awful from day one though.  I have a 40P that’s perfect once I installed a SS guide rod.  That 75B Compact in .40 is bad enough that I sources a spare 40P slide and am running that on it with good results.

9mm is definitely CZs strong area, but when the P07s are running well, they really run sweet.  You just have to keep up with spring change intervals on those and need to be careful with tuning as a lighter mainspring can induce feed issues.