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TFB Review: CZ 75 SP-01 PHANTOM, Polymer Framed Variant

Sp-01 Phantom, AN APTLY NAMED PISTOL The CZ SP-01 Phantom is a variant of the famed CZ 75 in the SP-01 line. However, the Phantom differs from the rest of the SP-01’s in that it is 14.5 ounces lighter than its steel framed predecessor. The Phantom weighs in at 26.2 ounces unloaded (according to my […] Read More … The post TFB Review: CZ 75 SP-01 PHANTOM, Polymer Framed Variant appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Reviews, Guns, Hornady, 9mm, Pistols, CZ, Polymer, 9x19mm, Semi-Auto, CZ 75, SP-01 Phantom


Czech Republic PM Gives President Trump A CZ 75 Republika Pistol

The Prime Minister of the Czech Republic, Andrej Babiš planned to present a special edition of the CZ 75 pistol to President Donald Trump during his visit to the White House on March 7, 2019. The Republika pistol was made to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the independence of Czechoslovakia in 1918 and only one […] Read More … The post Czech Republic PM Gives President Trump A CZ 75 Republika Pistol appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: News, Guns, White House, Czech Republic, Donald Trump, Trump, Daily News, Czechoslovakia, Andrej Babis, Pistols, President Donald Trump, Semi-Auto, CZ 75, Republika, Prime Minister Andrej Babiš


Two Russian Pistols Being Developed by a Mystery Designer

In one of the Russian social media pages dedicated to firearms, I found a picture of two pistols being in development in Russia. These handguns are designed by an unknown arms designer whose nickname is “Kochevnik”. Both pistols are chambered in 9x19mm. The slides and barrels are made of Russian 30KhGSA (30ХГСА) steel which looks […] Read More … The post Two Russian Pistols Being Developed by a Mystery Designer appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: News, Guns, Russia, Russian, Daily News, Concealed Carry, Pistols, Pistol, Cz-75, Full-Size, PSN-V, Belarusian, Kochevnik


The ITM AT84: An Ultra Rare Swiss Made CZ 75 Pistol

The ITM AT84 is a Swiss built copy of the CZ 75 built in Solothurn, Switzerland. Patrick takes a look at this interesting find that somehow was produced in Switzerland, imported to Israel where it was a duty weapon for some time, then imported to the US by Century International Arms. Chambered in 9mm, the […] Read More … The post The ITM AT84: An Ultra Rare Swiss Made CZ 75 Pistol appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Reviews, Guns, Israel, US, Switzerland, Patrick, Solothurn, Pistols, TFBTV, Swiss Made, Solothurn Switzerland, CZ, AT 84, AT84, CZ 75, Cz75


New Russian pistol aimed at Practical Shooting – The “Soratnik”

IPSC (International Practical Shooting Confederation) in Russia is a huge success, and is showing tremendous growth with some 30 000 members. I can’t think of any region which could be larger, and there are now regular sponsored events. The Russian World and European Champion Maria Gushchina uses a CZ Shadow 2, and CZ is a […] Read More … The post New Russian pistol aimed at Practical Shooting – The “Soratnik” appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Guns, Russia, Companies, Moscow, IPSC, Pistols, Cz-75, Shadow 2


Cracking the Machine Pistol’s Code: Is a Useful Fully Automatic Handgun Possible?

In a previous article on TFB, we compared a Mauser 712 Schnellfeuer to a Glock 17 with an auto sear, and along the way discussed how very limited the usefulness of the modern machine pistol is. Fully automatic pistol-sized weapons have been around for over a hundred years, but they’ve only ever seen limited use in […] Read More … The post Cracking the Machine Pistol’s Code: Is a Useful Fully Automatic Handgun Possible? appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Design, News, Guns, Engineering, Robocop, Advanced, Automatic, Mhs, Next Generation, APS, Uzi, Mauser, Handgun, Pistols, Other Gear & Gadgets, Guns & Gear


Cracking the Machine Pistol’s Code: Is a Useful Fully Automatic Pistol Possible?

In a previous article on TFB, we compared a Mauser 712 Schnellfeuer to a Glock 17 with an auto sear, and along the way discussed how very limited the usefulness of the modern machine pistol is. Fully automatic pistol-sized weapons have been around for over a hundred years, but they’ve only ever seen limited use in […] Read More … The post Cracking the Machine Pistol’s Code: Is a Useful Fully Automatic Pistol Possible? appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Design, News, Guns, Engineering, Robocop, Advanced, Automatic, Mhs, Next Generation, APS, Uzi, Mauser, Handgun, Pistols, Other Gear & Gadgets, Guns & Gear


Full Auto CZ-75

Larry Vickers gets his hands on a full auto CZ-75 machine pistol. I am extremely jealous. It looks like he is in Vegas at the Pro Gun Club range. The select fire CZ-75 has a railed frame and a spare mag base plate is slotted to slide onto the frame and act as a vertical […] Read More … The post Full Auto CZ-75 appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Vegas, Larry Vickers, Pistols, NFA / Suppressors / Class III, Cz-75, Pro Gun Club, Select fire, Full Auto, Česká Zbrojovka


i was not dead last

… And not because of people disqualifying themselves either.  So regular readers will know that I have shot in all of two competitive shooting events since first taking up firearms – that shindig at Gunny’s Range in Tennessee where I managed to walk away with a shotgun, and a demonstration of Caracal pistols at ORSA (though I have heard rumors that Caracals are dead in America for the time being).  Not exactly a stunning resume, I admit.  Honestly, one of the biggest hurdles to getting into th...
Tags: Israel, America, Competition, Tennessee, Practice, Trigger, Wake County, Things That Go Boom, Baby Eagle, Cz-75, Da/sa, Double-action/single-action, Draw Stroke, Frame-mounted Safety, Full-size Handgun, Manual Safety