NOTE: This article is about the P07 handgun used by CTRG and NATO forces in ArmA 3. For the Czech P-07 DUTY family of handguns in ArmA 2: ACR, see CZ 75.

« 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.
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P07 9 mm
Faction - NATO
- Gendarmerie
Type Handgun
Caliber 9×21 mm
16 / 30
Variants None

The P07 is a 9 mm handgun that is used by both NATO forces and CTRG operators, as well as with the Tanoan Gendarmerie in ArmA 3.


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.

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, has low recoil, and has very good accuracy. Its ergonomic design provides night sights for the operator use in both daylight and poor visibility conditions, allowing them to strike targets with precision at distances of up to 50 metres.

As a pistol it's naturally only suited for use in close quarters combat. Coupled with its usage of rather lacklustre 9 mm ammunition, it can sometimes take anywhere from 5 and up to 9 rounds 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, the Gendarmerie, and with 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.
  • Oddly enough, the P07's model does possess a proxy point that supports having pistol flashlights and even laser pointers mounted onto it. In-game however, it cannot be modified to do so without the use of a custom addon because this functionality isn't configured to be enabled by default.
  • 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.


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Weapons of comparable role and configuration