I'm not a collector. I rarely have more than 3-4 guns at any one point and time. I seem to gravitate to one platform or another and focus on it, often selling off previous platforms to dedicate myself to a new one. I've always bounced between three main firearms. The M1911 (several different makes over the years), Glock 19, and the Smith and Wesson M&P9FS. There have been others here and there but about 85% of my shooting experience is with one of the above. Currently I've decided that I'm absolutely smitten with the CZ P-07 in 9mm and currently own two identical pistols. For this review I'm focusing on my main carry P-07 since the other one only has slightly over 500 rounds through it (though without failure thus far). I own ten magazines for the platform and all have been 100% to the best of my knowledge (they have been numbered for record keeping and I've attributed no failures to any of them). The P-07 is a Glock 19 size gun that is single/double action with the option to convert it to safety/cocked and locked carry in minutes. This is called the Omega trigger system and only the polymer P-series from CZ are currently able to be converted in this manner. I train and carry in DA/SA. Which is new to me if you look above at what I'm used to. That first DA pull has taken some time to get used to but I'm proficient at this point and can land a center mass shot with regularity from a draw at 10-15 yards and often enough from 25. The double action pull on this specimen is 9 lbs or so and the single action is a little over 4lbs. The double action has some stacking at the end of the pull but nothing that is a deal breaker. The entire stroke is very smooth which makes the trigger easier to manipulate than you would think. The single action pull feels awful light, which is nice. It's got some take up but the break is clean although no a 1911 trigger. Overall the Omega trigger is one of the absolute best out of the box DA/SA triggers I've ever felt. The gun is reliable (as you can see by my log posted below) and accurate. Shooting single action from a rest I'm able to group 5 shot strings on average in under 3”. Which is good for me. I'm not bullseye shooter and focus mostly on shooting from a draw with timed splits etc. The gun is about the ideal size for me being very similar to the Glock 19 which I've always thought was the best all around weapon size. This is just a different flavor. I can't recommend it enough. It seems CZ has hit one out of the park with the P-07 and P-09 series polymer guns and have true duty ready options out of the box. Nobody seems to know a lot about these guns yet although the shooting industry is really starting to take notice. I don't expect the P-07/09 to ever compete with the Glocks and M&P's of the world in military and LEO because they don't have the marketing (or striker) needed to do so but these guns are a fantastic option for someone looking for something a little different. I couldn't recommend them enough. I can honestly say I've never been happier with a sidearm. Range Log: August 2014 200 Rounds American Eagle 124 AE9AP Failures: Zero 400 Rounds Federal HST 124 P9HST1 Failures: Zero Cleaned gun before and after range session. August 2014 400 Rounds Federal HST 124 P9HST1 Failures: Zero Cleaned gun after range session. September 13-14 2,329 rounds Freedom Munitions 124 RN New Failures: 1 Detail: Round No. 2,279 Slide failed to go fully into battery due to powder residue buildup. Gun was very hot at this point and the action was gummed up badly. Trigger pull was about 3lbs heavier in double action due to grime from dirty ammunition and failure to clean firearm. Cleaned gun after shoot. Ran over 2,000 rounds through it without cleaning and incident. September 28, 2014 250 rounds American Eagle 124 AE9AP 184 Rounds Freedom Munitions 124 RN New 124 Rounds Federal HST 124 P9HST1 Failures: 1 Detail: Bad/hard primer AE9AP. Gun failed to discharge twice with good hammer hits. Cleaned gun after range session. October 26, 2014 547 Rounds Freedom Munitions 124 RN New Failures: Zero Cleaned gun after range session. November 8, 2014 100 Rounds Federal HST 124 P9HST1 Failures: Zero Cleaned gun after range session. November 16, 2014 200 Rounds Federal HST 124 P9HST1 200 Rounds American Eagle 124 AE9AP Failures: Zero Cleaned gun after range session. November 23, 2014 65 Rounds Federal HST 124 P9HST1 Failures: 1 Detail: Bad/hard primer AE9AP. Gun failed to discharge twice with good hammer hits. Cleaned gun after range session. December 13, 2014 30 Rounds Federal HST 124 P9HST1 200 Rounds Freedom Munitions 124 RN New Failures: Zero Cleaned gun after range session. Total Rounds Through Gun So Far: 5,229 Total Failures: 3 (2, hard/bad primers, both AE9AP and 1 slide failure Freedom Munition 124 RN New due to excessive dirt in action).