While most any old smaller-bore shotgun or rimfire does the trick, here are three great, reasonably-priced guns to put more rabbits in the stewpot.
CZ held nothing back at SHOT 2016, rolling out more brand new or well-improved products than ever before.
CZ’s 805 BREN PS1 pistol is now available from select retailers and they’re also announcing a 922r-compliant parts kit in the works for SBR-builders.
The CZ 1911 A1 has all the look and feel of the G.I. design with improved modern materials, built to CZ’s demanding standards and offered at a great price.
CZ USA has been burning at both ends to assemble a parts kit with enough American-made parts for people who want to build SBRs with their Scorpion pistols.
Following the announcement that Scorpion Evo 3 S1 pistols are on the way to stores for 2015, CZ-USA is now offering brace adapters for these hefty handguns.
Recently demand for guns has put pressure on CZ to pare down their catalog and focus on their bread and butter but 2015’s going to be different.
CZ-USA has just announced that they will have CZ-805 BREN pistols available in the U.S. in early 2015 starting with their model PS1.
CZ-USA has just announced that their 9mm CZ Scorpion EVO 3 pistol has landed stateside and will be available on the consumer market for 2015 for just $849.
The CZ-452 Special Military Trainer does an excellent job emulating the look, feel and size of larger centerfire hunting rifles. Next to a sporterized Mauser or Remington Model 700, most would be hard pressed to tell them apart.