New pistols P-07 P-09 and assault rifle CZ-805 Bren CZ Czech Company small arms manufacturer 2206143

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Eurosatory 2014
International Exhibition of Land Defence & Security

16 - 20 June 2014
Paris, France
 
CZ small arms manufacturer at Eurosatory 2014
 
 
Friday, June 20, 2014 11:10 4M
 
New pistols P-07 P-09 and assault rifle CZ-805 Bren CZ Czech Company small arms manufacturer.
CZ Ceská zbrojovka a.s., Uherský Brod is a long-standing and the most important Czech manufacturer of small arms and one of the most important armament factories in the world. At Eurosatory 2014, CZ Company presents a full range of pistols and assault rifle as the new pistols P-07, P-09 and the new assault rifle BREN CZ-805.
     
Interview CZ at Eurosatory 2014

     

The production programme of Ceská zbrojovka a.s., consisting primarily of a well-balanced portfolio of firearms for the civilian market and service sector, is complemented by deliveries of high-precision engineering products, especially for the automotive and aeronautical industry.

The CZ 75 P-07 Duty pistol has been the most successful polymer pistol from Ceská zbrojovka a.s. (CZ) to date. Launched in 2009, this service and defence compact has become one of the highest demanded small arms made in Uherský Brod and has scored seriously high points in the service sector. New for 2014 is the simply-named P-07, expanding the excellent concept of the initial Duty with a range of improvements, some minor – some substantial.

The compact CZ P-07 as well as the standard model CZ P-09 being prepared in parallel feature a captured recoil spring, pre-tensioned on its guide to enable easier disassembly and re-assembly, unlike the Duty model. Utility characteristics of the new pistols are further substantially improved by the newly designed sights.

The compact CZ P-07 enters the market in calibres 9x19 (9 mm Luger), .40 S&W and also 9x21 intended for specific markets only. The portfolio will be soon complemented by the version “calibre 9 mm Browning short”, the design of which has been based on the Duty using this ammunition. Armed forces can be supplied with an already completed adaptor to enable shooting with marking ammunition - Simunition, resp. CQT - and the product range will also include the extended barrel with arrangements for suppressor mounting.

     
The CZ 75 P-07 Duty pistol has been the most successful polymer pistol from Ceská zbrojovka a.s. (CZ) to date. Launched in 2009, this service and defence compact has become one of the highest demanded small arms made in Uherský Brod and has scored seriously high points in the service sector. New for 2014 is the simply-named P-07, expanding the excellent concept of the initial Duty with a range of improvements, some minor – some substantial.
CZ P-07 pistol
     
In late 2013 Ceská zbrojovka (CZ) launched sales of its eagerly awaited novelty –the service, personal defence and, last but not least, also sports pistol, the CZ P-09. It is a full-sized pistol model, originally conceived as a “big Duty” or an enlarged version of the successful polymer compact – the CZ 75 P-07 Duty. However, the Duty was eventually transformed by a considerable updating and modernizing into the new model, the CZ P-07 and these substantial changes were indeed transmitted to her bigger sister, too. The “P zero niner” is, thanks to this development process, a weapon with a completely new set of characteristics and performance, markedly superior to the existing parameters of the CZ pistols.

CZ P-09 is a modern pistol of a standard size, from the outset conceived as a service weapon of a member of armed forces. In fact, professionals over the world contributed their comments, suggestions and requirements, bringing their important share to the development of the weapon. The most important features finally figuring in the requirements were the comfort of handling and control, high precision also during rapid fire and a maximum reliability. The “P zero niner” is of course a fully fledged personal defence and sporting weapon for a civilian shooter, too. In 2013 it was approved officially for use in the Production Division of sports shooting along the IPSC rules.

The CZ P-09 pistol, which was authored by a CZ designer, Ing. Ivan Filko, (as was the compact CZ P-07), comes to the market in three calibres: The 9x19 (9 mm Luger), the .40 S&W and the 9x21, while enjoying maximum design and component compatibility between those three calibres. Its design utilises the well-proven features with the utilisation of the latest advances in the production technology.
     
CZ P-09 is a modern pistol of a standard size, from the outset conceived as a service weapon of a member of armed forces. In fact, professionals over the world contributed their comments, suggestions and requirements, bringing their important share to the development of the weapon
     
The name Bren is written in the history of weapons in gold letters as one of the best light machine guns of all time. Today this prestigious name bears the CZ 805 weapon system that brought Ceská zbrojovka (CZ) Uherský Brod back to the world’s élite club of key manufacturers of modern infantry weapons. This year the family of “eight-oh-fives”is augmented by the purely self-loading version for the civil market.

The CZ 805 BREN weapon system exists for a short period of time, yet it has been through a plenty of action. Let’s recall that its gestation begun in 2006 based on the large analysis of performance of existing and newly developed service rounds (cartridges) and of the real needs of the armed forces in current, often asymmetric conflicts. Based on that knowledge the Ceská zbrojovka Uherský Brod started the development of its most modern product portfolio of automatic weapons in the base configuration of the assault (automatic) rifle/carbine.

The CZ 805 BREN A1/A2 rifles and carbines are currently used especially by the Czech Armed Forces, who presented their new rifles for the first time on 21st December 2011, during the funeral ceremony parade to honour the deceased former Czech president Václav Havel. In hands of Czech soldiers the new Brens went through a major combat deployment and use in the extremely demanding battle environment of the Afghanistan mission and now also in Mali. Following these real-life combat missions a few teething troubles were identified and quickly removed (it must be said that the same teething period beset unavoidably also the legendary Bren light machine gun).

     
The CZ 805 BREN A1/A2 rifles and carbines are currently used especially by the Czech Armed Forces, who presented their new rifles for the first time on 21st December 2011, during the funeral ceremony parade to honour the deceased former Czech president Václav Havel
CZ-805 Bren A1 assault rifle
 

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