HK master sent us this photo and wrote …

Here is one of my more artsy shots. Pictured is my prized CZ75B laying on top of the U.S. Constitution. Although my name may be “HK master” i still love guns from all brands, and CZ makes some darn fine firearms. In fact, the CZ75 is my personal favorite handgun, even against some of the newer polymer guns that we’ve gotten used to. Please have a look at my instagram account “sturm556” for more content 🙂

Do any overseas TFBers want create this photo with a replica of their countries founding constitutional document, for example the Magna Carta? If you do, send it in to TFB.

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  • David

    Made in the Czech Republic. Haha.

    Awesome pistols, not my choice for a US themed photo though.

  • MPWS

    Oh boy…. The Constitution, supported by firepower. I am sorry about you. Your constitution ought to be supported by humanity and tolerance; take a look what’s written in it. Second amendment is NOT its essence.

    • joehbro

      The essence of the Constitution is the limit of government power. An armed populace is what upholds that limit.

    • No, the 2nd Amendment is there to ensure that the essence of the document does not go away. Simple as that.

      • Joshua Knott

        I feel blonde not knowing this was the fire arm blog lol, love your guy’s webpage

    • M.M.D.C.

      “Your constitution ought to be supported by humanity and tolerance…”

      Try thinking of the gun as “encouragement” to do just that. 😉

      • sam

        That’s how I see it; helps ensure a basic level of humanity and tolerance. They’ve become symbolic in addition to being practical.

    • Joshua Knott

      Our constitution is supported by tolerance and humanity, such as the pursuit of “life liberty and happiness” and in order to protect out “lives, liberties and happiness” the second amendment supports to protect those dignified rights of all humanity,the tolerance being the 2nd amendment has no bias towards, race, religion or creed. Ps I say this to piss you off but we’re back to back world war champs in defense of ensuring freedom.

    • TheNotoriousIUD

      Welcome to the real world, dude.
      America is one of the most socially and religiously tolerant countries on Earth but governments and people in general rarely play nice without some expectation of violence.

    • Spencerhut

      Trolls are sprouting like weeds around here.

    • Ethan

      Learn your history. What the gun in that picture says is that we value humanity and tolerance so much we are willing to fight to preserve them.

      Open your perspective beyond the propaganda you have obviously been fed – THAT is tolerance.

    • hipster gear-do

      Who-hoo!! It’s another troll!!! Ditto to the below comments. I can’t think of anything eloquent, so I’ll just echo the below. Have a good, tolerant afternoon bro!

    • Humanity and tolerance are admirable traits, but in a world governed by the aggressive use of force all they’ll get you are tank treads across your chest unless they’re backed by superior firepower. Humanity and tolerance did not expel our former overlords, reunite the nation, and end two world wars: it took overwhelming firepower and even more guts. Only a fool won’t see this.

    • MPWS

      Well gentlemen, you said it and I appreciate. Not far form what I expected.
      And now…. back to the range; support your Constitution :-))))

  • Spencerhut

    A CZ on our Constitution is perfect! Name another country that loves America and the spirit of the American people more than the people of the Czech Republic. You can’t. The Czech people love the US, love guns, love freedom and hate illegal immigrants as much as any US citizen. The Czech people are going through hell with muslims right now, they hate them. Who is president of CZ-USA? Alice P. a legal immigrant from the Czech Republic that loves America more than most natural born citizens I know.

    Don’t make fun of them, embrace them.

    • TheNotoriousIUD

      Hating illegal immigrants is not part of being a real American.

      • Spencerhut

        Yes it is.

        • TheNotoriousIUD

          And I suppose you have a little hate left over for the business owners who hire them for a fraction of what they would have to pay a Real American to build our houses and pick our vegetables, right?

          • Spencerhut

            So it’s your assertion that America is nation of law breakers? I disagree. Obey the law. Prosecute the illegals. Prosecute the ones who hire illegals.

          • TheNotoriousIUD

            Its my assertion that if American companies were not hiring then there would be about a 90% drop off in illegal immigration to the point where rounding up the remaining 10% would not be a problem. Everyone in Washington knows this but nobody is going to kick the business community in the balls and start locking up people who hire illegals. Its much easier to demonize a group of people who, for the most part, are interested in finding a better life for their families.

          • Spencerhut

            Interested in a better life? Start by obeying the law. Don’t like our laws? Then stay out. And I’m of the opinion you can join them, in another country, or on the freaking moon.

          • TheNotoriousIUD

            Ive lived near the border in Texas my entire life, dude.
            Opinions like yours have done zero to solve the problem but we both know its not about solving the problem for guys like you its about sounding tough.
            Which you don’t.

          • Spencerhut

            Opinions are like elbows. Obey the law, insist others do the same. Report law breakers.

          • TheNotoriousIUD

            Yeah I’m sure you’ll be doing your part by boycotting all businesses who employ illegals lol.

        • Flyingchipmunk

          Ignorant people like you make gun owners look bad. Please don’t make statements in public because you are making it hard for gun owners to break the perception that we are all ignorant bigots. People like you are just giving fuel to the anti gunners who try to portray us negatively. Please keep your opinions in the orifice that you store your head in so the rest of us can make progress on gun rights.

        • Grindstone50k

          Sorry Captain America, you don’t define what being a “real American” is.

          • lbeacham

            Hate the sin, love the sinner.

    • SP mclaughlin

      When did being as American as apple pie involve hatred of anything?

      • Spencerhut

        So you don’t hate murder, rape, robbery?

      • 6.5x55Swedish

        Erm… apple pie is a Swedish thing that came over with Swedes. So if that is the most American thing then your nation must be quite boring… 😉

        • Haunted Puppeteer

          If apple pie came to the USA from anywhere, it was from England. If you have any evidence of apple pie prior to recipes written in 14th century England, let me know.

          • 6.5x55Swedish

            That recipie was not really for apple pie. More lika a pie with apples in it. It is like calling potatoes for salt just because there is salt added in the cooking. The apple pie as you Americans know it came with the Swedes. That doesn’t mean that we were tthe only ones who made it, just that we brought it over. It was the main source of food in New Sweden for long periods of the year. When New Sweden fell the apple pie stayed.

        • Grindstone50k

          Nearly every American thing came from some other country. We’re a nation of immigrants.

    • This is true. My physician and her family were forced to flee the country when the Soviets invaded. They made it to Austria where they waited in a gymnasium set up for refugees until a sympathetic American embassy worker granted them a visa (the father was in the USA already on a work program). They came here speaking no English and prospered.
      You know why the Czechs love and value freedom? Because they lived without it for so long, and they remember what it was like to not have it. We in the USA tend to take certain things regarding our liberal society for granted; they, especially those old enough to remember certainly do not.
      Bless those folks, and keep sending us your awesome firearms!

  • schizuki

    Ownership of a CZ-75 is evidence of fine taste and distinction.

    And it fits perfectly with the US Constitution, as the Czechs are a freedom-loving people who produced in Vaclav Havel a titan of liberty as towering as George Washington.

  • Lance

    Nope if it touches the US constitution it should be a M-1911A1 or a S&S M&P!!!!

    • Porty1119

      Czechs are second only to Americans in their American-ness. Poles and the other tough-as-nails Eastern Europeans come close. No shame in a CZ here.

  • Now how in the world did we go from the POTD to a mad scramble of a political nature.
    I’ll have to stop the comments unless we get back to the topic of the CZ75.

  • gqukyo

    I’m late but I just have to respond to this… Lol… while companies MAY not have any “moral obligations” as you would call, they still need to follow the law and hiring illegal immigrants obviously is not that. That’s like calling a grow op capitalism… Lol