CZ40P... Any good????

Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by mrorca, Apr 18, 2010.

  1. mrorca

    mrorca
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    Hey guys I am looking at one of these right now... Couldn't find a lot of info on the specific model. Is it just like the 40b but with an accessory rail... And what is a good price for one in 95%. It also looks like they have a diff mags than the 40b can anyone confirm this. Any other info would be great.

    Thanks,
    John
     
  2. markmx

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    CZ40B and CZ40P are two complete different guns and they take different Mags. CZ40B is not made anymore but is a great gun, accurate and reliable.
     
  3. mrorca

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    Hmmm is the 40p any good either?? or do you think I should stay away
     
  4. stmcelroy

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    CZ40P is a great gun and magazines are plentiful.

    Oh yeah try google......cz 40p don't mash it all together, there is tons of info on the 40P.
     
  5. mrorca

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    Wow thanks for the great info... I picked up the gun last week... Will get some pics up in the next day or 2
     
  6. jimwsea

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    Now get the 22LR conversion kit and plink to your heart's content.
     
  7. mrorca

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    How much do the conversions usually run? Pretty easy to get?
     
  8. jimwsea

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    May find used, or directly from CZ. Not cheap. Look up "CZ Kadet Kit".
     
  9. brickman

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    I agree about getting the 22 conversion kit. I own a CZ 75D compact 9mm and purchased the Kadet 22 kit from CZ for about $400. It paid for itself in less than a year in ammo savings. It shoots and hits just like my 9 (without the kick) and has allowed me to shoot way more than I would have otherwise.
     
  10. mrorca

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    Naw at 400 I will just keep my browning challenger... Cheaper just to get another 22 than the kit..
     

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