The legendary Vz.58 rifle, CZ
The legendary Vz.58 rifle, CZ's answer to the AK-47
CZ-USA shooting tips and intro to the Scholastic Pistol Program
CZ-USA shooting tips and intro to the Scholastic Pistol Program
Ever since the first batches of CZ-75s started floating into the country in the late 70s, these guns have made appearances in practical competition shooting. With that in mind, it looks like CZ-USA is moving forward with ...
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Why you should own a CZ
Why you should own a CZ
Hunting and guns are some of the things that Aaron is very passionate about. He writes for Gun Mate and in other websites where he shares information on these, interacting with bloggers and other gun enthusiasts like me. ...
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The CZ45 and its Florida Clone
The CZ45 and its Florida Clone
Just after World War Two, the CZ works began production of a new and efficient little .25ACP nine-shot pistol that could fit in the palm of your hand. Then, when they were cut off from importation, imitation became the si ...
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CZ82 Vs the Glock 19
CZ82 Vs the Glock 19
One of the most popular compact CZ imports to the US is the C&R eligible Czech military surplus CZ82. We thought it would be an interesting match-up to compare this great little gun to another popular import from ...
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The Canadian Government coming for CZ-858 rifles
The Canadian Government coming for CZ-858 rifles
In a sudden 'reclassification' by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, two models of modern semi-automatic sporting rifles have now become banned in the Great White North. These include the humble CZ-858 rifle. What is t ...
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The Vz.70 : Forgotten disco-era .32ACP CZ
The Vz.70 : Forgotten disco-era .32ACP CZ
In 1970 the Czech government rebooted an existing handgun design to produce a neat little .32ACP pocket pistol that is a near clone of the Walther PP. This gun has marched off into history as the Vzor (model) 70, and it i ...
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The Vz.24 : CZ
The Vz.24 : CZ's first successful pistol
After Czechoslovakia became its own country following the end of WWI in 1918, it inherited many of the former Austro-Hungarian empire's arsenals. Over time its armament factories expanded to two different works by 1924: Z ...
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The new CZ 805 BREN Gun, oh how sweet it is
The new CZ 805 BREN Gun, oh how sweet it is
After World War One the country of Czechoslovakia emerged from the ashes of the former Austro-Hungarian Empire. The new nation had to build everything up from scratch. Her army, made up of men who had fought for the Russi ...
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CZ RAMI Czech Concealed Carry Dreamgun
CZ RAMI Czech Concealed Carry Dreamgun
After the end of the Cold War, the Czech Republic, recently divested of both Soviet occupation and the Slovak half of their former country, needed a new gun. Specifically their police force, which had been saddled with a ...
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The CZ75 Pistol : Forty Years of Classic 9mm
The CZ75 Pistol : Forty Years of Classic 9mm
One of the neatest designs that have gained traction over the past few years in the US has been the CZ75 line of pistols. These durable and slim doublestacks have an interesting background that has made them available in ...
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