Going hot with the CZ Bren 805 PS1 pistol (VIDEO)

The Military Arms Channel runs deep with the new 5.56mm Bren 805 PS1 pistol from CZ USA.

The 805 rifle is the very FN SCAR-like weapon with an aluminum upper and polymer lower that was created in 2009 to replace the vaunted Sa vz. 58 in the Armed Forces of the Czech Republic. However, good luck getting that gun here in the states right now.

What you can get is the semi-auto 805 PS1, which MAC went all in on.

Watch the video and Czech it out (did you see what we just did there? Czech it out…because its Czech…Check…get it?)

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