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The CZ 75 SP01 is available in either 16- or 18-round double-stack capacity. The CZ 75 SP01 incorporates a Picatinny rail into the frame of the gun allowing for accessories to be mounted under the front of the 4.6 barrel. The CZ 75 SP01 has played a prominent role in the war on terror while also finding use as a competition choice of professionals on the IPSC circuit. This double-action pistol features an extended beavertail grip to protect the shooters hand and allow for a more secure grip.
Caliber 9mm - Magazine Capacity 18 - Magazine Type Double Stack - Frame Steel - Grips Rubber - Trigger Mech DASA - Sights Fixed Night Sights - Barrel Cold Hammer Forged - Barrel Length 4.600 in - Weight 2.400 lbs - Overall Length 8.150 in - Height 5.790 in - Width 1.460 in - Safety Manual Safety - Safety Stop on Hammer Firing Pin Block Safety - The CZ 75 SP-01 is the first full size handgun (4.61 bbl) from CZ to feature the improved manufacturing technology and ergonomics of the NATO-approved CZ 75 Compact P-01 model. Featuring an integral 1913 accessory rail on the dust cover rubber grip panels and CZs corrosion resistant black polycoat finish the SP-01 is the newest model to join the family of pistols based on the CZ 75 (SADA) platform. Borrowing from the improved grip geometry of the compact P-01 the SP-01 utilizes an extended beavertail to protect shooters strong hand as well as allowing for a deeper and more secure grip. The new grip geometry checkering in key areas on the front and back straps and redistribution of mass provided by the accessory rail noticeably decrease the perceived recoil from previous models and allows for more rapid target acquisition and transition.
|Caliber||9MM LUGER (9X19 PARA)|
|Barrel Length||4.6 BARREL|
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