TemerityB wrote:Knock me down with a feather, cod. Thanks a bunch!
MKTheVintageBloke wrote:Dunno how big CZ Uhersky Brod (not to be confused with Česka Zbrojovka Brno, the company behind the ZKR revolver) is in the US... In continental Europe, it's very popular, as they're fairly inexpensive (compared to the German, Austrian, American and Italian competition) and reliable (so I've heard).
Awesome looking, highly accurate & reliable as hell.
CZ's are only popular with those in the know. I am a .45acp guy and will only shoot 9mm if they are in a all steel CZ-75 .
In semi-automatic, most here in the States typically shoot Smith & Wesson, SigSauer, Glock, Springfield Armory, Colt etc. Those here that know about these Czech made weapons are true fans of the platform.
First purchase was in Italy, and had to submit & re-submit importation paperwork over & over before the two were allowed by BATF to be brought in (was a 2-1/2 year ordeal). Upon entry, I promptly sold one of them to a sibling.
I cannot confirm nor deny the third one was purchased in Chile
, no restrictions with the host country, just not allowed to be brought onboard the aircraft carrier......... or smuggled into the states. Said smuggling was much
easier when you flew aircraft for a living (so I'm told).............that pistol went to a different brother of mine.
The fourth is the compact one shown at the top which "I" received as a gift. Am sure this one was gifted because how nice it fits in a purse
"I’m picturing a guy in a helmet, trying to lick windows until the mailman stops by with a package. He takes the helmet off to admire his Invicta" - svaglic