CZ, Dan Wesson pile on the new guns for 2017

The big news from CZ this year is the introduction of the striker-fired P-10 pistol. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

The big news from CZ this year is the introduction of the company’s first striker-fired polymer P-10C  pistol. The compact P10C is built to military standards, has ambidextrous controls, metal tactical 3-dot sights, and a front rail. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

The P-10C is available in both 9mm and .40SW, in black and FDE, and a suppressor ready model will also be forthcoming. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

The P-10C is available in both 9mm and .40SW, in black and FDE, and a suppressor ready model will also be forthcoming. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

The P-10C's grip feels very much like CZ's 75, but in a compact frame. With 3 backstraps, a 4-4.5 pound trigger with a positive reset, nitride finish. Best of all, MSRP runs only $499-516. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

The P-10C’s grip feels very much like CZ’s 75, but in a compact frame. With 3 backstraps, a 4-4.5 pound trigger with a positive reset, and a durable nitride finish. Best of all, MSRP runs only $499-516. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Big news in the competition gun market is CZ's new Shadow 2. Built to USPSA standards, the 9mm Shadow 2 is ready to compete out of the box. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Big news in the competition gun market is CZ’s new Shadow 2. Built to USPSA standards, the 9mm Shadow 2 is ready to compete out of the box. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

The Shadow 2 wears a nitride finish, is available in black or urban grey, and carries an MSRP of $1399. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

The Shadow 2 wears a nitride finish, is available in black or urban grey, and carries an MSRP of $1399. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

CZ's biggest news in rifle introductions is actually its smallest gun. The 455 Scout is an ideal first gun for a young shooter with a 12" LOP. But the 22LR can be converted to 17HMR, and best of all, can be dropped into any of CZ's full size 455 stocks as the shooter grows, making the Scout a lifetime gun with an MSRP of $399. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

CZ’s biggest news in rifle introductions is actually its smallest gun. The 455 Scout is an ideal first gun for a young shooter with a 12″ LOP. But the big news is that the 22LR can be converted to 17HMR, is threaded, and even better, can be dropped into any of CZ’s full size 455 stocks as the shooter grows, making the Scout a lifetime gun with an MSRP of $339. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

CZ did not neglect the hunting market, showing off a pair of 12-gauge, 3.5" chambered Swamp Magnum O/U shotguns. Built for heavy duty waterfowl hunters, the 30" barreled O/U has an MSRP of $929-1029. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

CZ did not neglect the hunting market, showing off a pair of 12-gauge, 3.5″ chambered Swamp Magnum O/U shotguns. Built for heavy duty waterfowl hunters, the 30″ barreled O/U is available in black or camo and has an MSRP of $929-1029. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

CZ proves that nice guns don't have to be expensive with the introduction of both 628 and 620 Field Select models. Chambered in either 28- or 20-gauge, the pump shotguns wear select wood, a 28" barrel, flush chokes, and weigh under 5.5 pounds. All with an MSRP of $429. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

CZ proves that nice guns don’t have to be expensive with the introduction of both 628 and 620 Field Select models. Chambered in either 28- or 20-gauge, the pump shotguns wear select wood, a 28″ barrel, flush chokes, and weigh under 5.5 pounds. All with an MSRP of $429. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Following up on last year's successful launch of the All-American Trap combo set, CZ now displayed the new All American O/U built with sporting clays shooters in mind. MSRP is a milder $2499 for a competition grade gun. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Following up on last year’s successful launch of the All-American Trap combo set, CZ now displayed the new All American O/U built with sporting clays shooters in mind. MSRP is a milder $2499 for a competition grade gun. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Dan Wesson was not to be left out of new gun debuts, as they showed off this Pointman Carry (PM-C). Chambered in 9mm, this is DW's take on a commander-length slide with an offer-sized frame. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Dan Wesson was not to be left out of new gun debuts, as they showed off this Pointman Carry (PM-C). Chambered in 9mm, this is DW’s take on a commander-length slide with an officer-sized frame.  MSRP on the hand-built PM-C is $1597. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Dan Wesson also created their take on a new generation 1911, with this DW 1911 A2. This is a limited production, 45acp, hand-fit pistol in both standard and Commander sizes with an MSRP of $1363. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)

Dan Wesson also created their take on a new generation 1911, with this DW 1911 A2. This is a limited production, 45acp, hand-fit pistol in both standard and Commander sizes with an MSRP of $1363. (Photo: Kristin Alberts)