Showing posts from January, 2009

New CZ items at SHOT Show 2009.

While the Shot Show reports have been coming in on different websites.

Most of the stuff seems to be old news. Products that have been on the market for some time now.

The CZUB/Dan Wesson line does have a few new things for 2009.

Firstly. Looking at the CZ-USA product line.

Pics of the P-07 Duty at the CZ booth have been circulating.

My my note of the adjustable rear sight to Dave, has brought me some
interesting information.

Basically, the new DUTY will be very user friendly,
and at a much reduced price over the comparable alloy framed
P-01. By $160 or more!

At 1.7 pounds (almost the same weight as the P-01's 1.71) Polymer framed with a 16-shot magazine capacity.

The Omega fire control that allows you to switch from traditional DA/SA or to
decocker..and your choice of fixed combat or adjustable
sights.. \\

Combined with a decent price.

What's not to like!

Other pistols in the new catalog are the BD (decocker) models such as the RAMI BD (alloy framed)and the big 97BD in .45 ACP flavor.

Of cour…
New developments as we go into 2009!

The RAMI BD is now reaching the Dealers.
WE have heard good things so far.

Should appeal to those that have overlooked the RAMI in the past,
that wanted a safer way of decocking.

In a way..I think that SAFETY should be first.

The addition of BD models to the CZ line is a good thing, really.

Just because I have no problem easing the hammer down on a live round,
doesn't mean that someone else will be as comfortable.

Welcome HORNADY to CZforum and the CZ-ZONE.

As a longtime patron and fan of Hornady products.

I'm very happy to announce that they have decided to join the
CZF Family.

Their new Critical Defense ammo reportedly Expands, Every Time!

Available in 9mm, 40 and 45 ACP plus .38 special.

I hope to see them apply their Flex Tip technology to the
resurging 10mm!!

Look for these and other Hornady banners as you cruise the forum and
other CZF ENTERPRISES websites.

More Info:

High Noon Holster Review.

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