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Some Old And New!

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This will be my last post for 2009.

A great year for CZ sales and gun/ammo sales in general!

We have seen some very nice firearms come from CZUB this past year, and I'm really excited to see what 2010 has in store for the CZ fan.

I think the CZ75 P-07 Duty had a rough start but has smoothed out in the past few months, as CZ-USA worked overtime to address any problems.

The addition of a .40 caliber P-07 Duty for the New Year will really turn some heads.


I personally know of 3 guys who own P-01s and have waited for the forty version of
the Duty to appear on our shores.

I'll mention the new CZ-USA/Dan Wesson Range bags again, and hope that Alice
will want to bring in the CZUB Byron caps very soon.


There are still some CZ/DW backpacks left. Nancy loves hers!
look in the LINKS for more info.


One gun that came onto the scene late in the year was the CZ Custom Shop's
CZ SP-07.

The gun seems to be catching on with competitors, and you can bet that
anything from Angus, will be a shooting machi…

Sliding Into 2010!

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It looks like CZ is starting to reveal some new products even before the SHOT SHOW.


Firstly, the new CZ-USA/Dan Wesson Range Bags are here!



At $39 they look to be a great way to haul CZ guns and gear!

The same can be said for the new Range Bags from CRIMSON TRACE.



$49 but with Free shipping, so it will probably even out between the CZ bag.

CZ-USA now has some new models on their website.

One of them being a CZ Custom shop version of the popular 75SA, called the
75SA TARGET.


The pic is small, but the description is mighty interesting:

"The Target version of the CZ 75 Single Action was designed by Angus Hobdell, and brought to life by the CZ Custom Shop. The custom shop has tuned this pistol up for anyone interested in competing or who wants to do some serious paper punching with a single action 9mm. Modifications made by the gunsmiths at the CZ Custom Shop include a trigger job leaving all safeties intact, installation of Novak rear sight with a fiber optic front, competition springs,…

CZ Stuff for December

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Well, the month of November was pretty uneventful for CZ stuff on my end.

I still plan to do a review on the CZ-USA/DW backpack, but have enough on my plate
for now.

I've just finished my review of custom grips from Dennis Marschal.

They are superbly crafted and fit very well.


Having asked for one pair to review, he gladly sent me 4 other pairs!

The others will go towards CZF related promotions, but one pair is staying with
us for Nancy's PCR.



As you can see by the pics. His grips flat out ROCK!

Please use the LINKS section for my forum review, or visit his website for more information. www.marschalgrips.com