|«|| The P07 is a semi-automatic pistol with an iron and reinforced polymer mix frame. Following the success of Glock, polymer based pistols became known as perfect handguns for both military use and self-defense and are available in various calibers. P07 allows easy mounting of suppressors.|
|P07 9 mm|
|Faction|| - NATO|
|16 / 30|
The P07 is a polymer framed, double-action semi-automatic handgun chambered to fire the 9×21 mm round.
It can load from either 16 or 30 round magazines (the latter shared by SMGs such as the PDW2000) and is able to reach a fire rate of up to 500 rounds per minute, with a muzzle velocity of 410 m/s. The P07 does not support being fitted with any optical sights, but can have a sound suppressor attached onto its muzzle, and has a compact rail located underneath the barrel that can mount a flashlight.
The P07 serves as the standard-issue sidearm of NATO and CTRG forces. Similar to its CSAT counterpart, the P07 is relatively easy to use and has low recoil and very good accuracy. Its ergonomic-design has night sights which allow the operator to hit targets with precision up to a distance of 50 metres.
As a pistol it is naturally only suitable for close quarters combat. Coupled with its use of rather lackluster 9 mm ammunition, it can sometimes take more than five to nine rounds to in order to take down an armoured target.
- Tan: Matte black slide with a desert tan magazine grip and frame. Used by Mediterranean NATO forces and CTRG Group 14 operators.
- Khaki: Matte black slide with a khaki green magazine grip and frame. Used by Pacific NATO forces and CTRG Group 15 operators.
- The P07 is based on the real-world "P99" handgun designed by Carl Walther GmbH Sportwaffen of Germany, a subsidiary of the PW Group.
- Though they share the same name the in-game P07 should not be confused with the real CZ "P-07" handgun.
- The in-game counterpart is capable of loading the same 30 round magazines used by the PDW2000 despite the fact that the model's magwell would be unable to fit such magazines.
- The khaki green-painted variant of the P07 was not initially included on ArmA 3's release and would only be added with the release of the Apex DLC.
- Prior to the release of Game Update 1.26, the P07 incorrectly utilised the G17's inventory icon from ArmA 2: OA.
See also Edit
Weapons of comparable role and configuration Edit
- Rook-40 (Light CSAT counterpart)
- ACP-C2 (AAF counterpart)
- PM (Syndikat counterpart, ArmA 3: Apex only)
|NATO Armory (ArmA 3)|
|Handguns||4-five .45 • P07 9 mm|
|Submachine guns||Vermin .45|
|Assault rifles||MX series (MX, MX 3GL, MXC) • SPAR-16 series (SPAR-16, SPAR-16 GL)|
|Designated marksman rifles||Mk-I EMR 7.62 mm • MAR-10 .338 • MXM 6.5 mm • SPAR-17 7.62 mm|
|Sniper rifles||M320 LRR .408|
|Squad automatic weapons||MX SW 6.5 mm • SPAR-16S 5.56 mm|
|Launchers||PCML • Titan MPRL • Titan MPRL Compact|
|Static||Mk6 Mortar • Mk30 • Mk32 • Remote Designator|
|(Parenthesis) denote variants. | Marksmen DLC | Apex DLC|