CZ has experienced a meteoric rise in popularity in the U.S. since the turn of the century, and for good reason. The company has earned a reputation for consistent quality and reliable products all at a fair price. At NRAAM 2019, we found some new models to spend more money on.
Seen above and in the lead photo, this is the CZ P-10 F Optics-Ready. The F is the full-sized version of the P-10 C reviewed on TTAG here. It holds a whopping 19+1 rounds with flush-fitting magazine and 21+1 with a short extension. MSRP is $590.
On the smaller size of the P-10 C is the P-10 S, seen here in Optics-Ready flavor.
MSRP is $577.
Back at SHOT Show Magpul announced their pistol grip, 35-round magazine, and magazine release for the CZ Scorpion EVO. Last week at NRAAM, CZ-USA announced two Magpul edition EVO 3 S1 Carbines, one with faux suppressor and one without. They feature all of the aforementioned Magpul components plus a Magpul ZHUKOV-S stock and Magpul MBUS sights.
Magpul’s Scorpion EVO components can be found HERE.
Dan Wesson’s new Kodiak is a 6-inch long-slide 1911 chambered in 10mm.
It features ambidextrous safety levers, an accessory rail, and a fully adjustable rear sight and fiber optic front.
In addition to the long, slab-sided slide accessory rail, the 6-inch bull barrel helps to keep the nose down with full-power 10mm rounds heading downrange. This is a handgun hunter’s gun, to be sure.