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Pistols - CSSR/Czech Rep.

ALFA Combat

The ALFA Combat is a Czech-made semi-automatic pistol created for military, Law enforcement, and Sport shooting purposes. There are two different series of Pistols made by ALFA, the Combat series and Defender Series.

Overview
The proven concept of the self-loading service and de...

ALFA Defender

The ALFA Defender is a Czech-made semi-automatic pistol created for military, Law enforcement, and Sport shooting purposes. There are two different series of Pistols made by ALFA, the Combat series and Defender Series.

Overview
The proven concept of the self-loading service and ...

CZ-100

CZ 100 is an entrance into "polymer world" by CZ-UB.
Tecnically, CZ 100 is a recoil operated, locked breech firearm, that uses modified Browning linkless barrel to slide locking via ejection port. Gun is striker-fired, with DAO trigger and automated firing pin block safety. Gun had no manual sa...

CZ-110

The CZ 110 is a further development of the CZ 100 pistol, differing from it mostly in trigger design - while CZ100 is a DAO design, the CZ 110 is a conventional DA pistol, capable of firing either in double or single action modes.

CZ 110 is a recoil operated, locked breech pistol that feature...

CZ-27

A simplified version of the model 24, doing away with the unecessary breech locking system. To distinguish it, the grip grooves at the rear of the slide are vertical. Note the three phases of manufacture [1] orginal Czech [2] under German occupation and [3] postwar Czech.

CZ-38

A dangerous and clumsy weapon. The catch on the left side is for dismantling and will release the slide and barrel as a unit which is hinged to the front of the frame. Doing this whit the weapon loaded could lead to accidents. The heavy trigger pull impairs accuracy.

CZ-39

The CZ39 was a Czech single-action, semi-automatic military pistol The CZ39 was produced in a calibre of 9 mm, took an 8-round magazine and had a 118 mm barrel

CZ-50

Intended for the Czech Army but the calibre was considered too small and it was adopted by the police and also made for commercial sale. Uses a double-action lock similar to that of the Walther pp.

CZ-52

As with the assault rifles (see vz.58), Czechoslovakians want to go by their own road with Warshaw pact. They developed their own military handgun for famous 7.62TT round - a Cz.52. Adopted in 1952, this handgun employed somewhat unique (for handguns) roller-locked, recoil operated design, origin...

CZ-75

The CZ-75 pistol was developed by the Koucky brothers, who worked at the state-owned arms factory Ceska Zbrojovka in the city of Uhersky Brod (Czechoslovakia, now Czech republic). This full-size semiautomatic pistol first appeared in the 1975, and the production began circa 1976. CZ-75 was obviou...

CZ-83

The CZ83 is a Czech double-action pistol military produced in .380 ACP with a 12-round magazine and .32 ACP calibres with a 15-round magazine. A 9 mm Makarov version is the CZ82 pistol.

CZ-85

The CZ-85 pistol is similar in design, general outline and operations to the famous CZ-75 pistol. The only differences are the completely ambidextrous safety catch and slide stop levers, and a reversible magazine release button. The CZ-85 appeared on the scene in the mid-1980s; production began c...

CZ-92

The CZ92 is a Czech easily-concealed double-action only (DAO) semi-automatic pistol. It is chambered for the .25 Auto cartridge and takes an 8-round magazine.

CZ-97B

The CZ-97B is a further development of the famous CZ-75 pistol. CZ-97B had been developed by Czeska Zbroevka - Uhersky Brod (CZ-UB) arms factory late in the 1990s especially for American market, where .45ACP is very popular. CZ-97B is mechanically identical to the CZ-75B, but has enlarged and sli...

CZ-G2000

Developed in 1999 by Czhesh company Arms Moravia on request from Czhech Interior Affairs Ministry and Czhech Army. Handgun has polymer frame, classic browning-style linkless design with locking via slide extraction port (like all Sig-Sauers etc.). Other features are automatic firing pin safety, s...

CZ-TT

The CZ-TT pistol is made in Czech republic by CZ Strojirna s.r.o. company, located in the city of Strakonice. This recently introduced pistol follows the pattern of the another famous Czech pistol, the CZ-75, but with the polymer frame instead of the original steel frame of CZ-75, and with modifi...

Vz.82 / CZ-83

The Vz.82 pistol is a standard sidearm of the Czech army since 1982. Vz.82 was manufactured from 1983 to 1992, when it was merged with similar commercial design CZ-83 (originally offered in 7.65 Browning and 9mm Browning Short). Since 1992 and until now, only CZ-83 is manufactured in all three ch...

 

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