PURE AWESOME: CZ-USA 2017 New Product Catalog

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Starting with the Scorpion EVO Pistol, CZ-USA has aggressively pursued NFA-facing customers in the last few years. Products like the Scorpion seem to be born with the intent to convert them into Short Barreled Rifles (SBR) and suppressor-ready platforms. The Kansas City based team even responded with specifically designed 922r import restriction conversion kits. And 2017 appears to be following a similar path.

The company is expanding their offerings in 2017 with several new models that continue on the SBR possibilities and suppressor-ready threaded barrels and tall sights. I can’t help but wonder in the Bren 2 (pictured above) will eventually be available to civilians in a semiautomatic pistol form.

The full 2017 new product guide can be found here. Fear not, there’s something in that bag for everyone.

CZ SCORPION EVO 3 S1 PISTOL W/ FLASH CAN

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Falling somewhere between the Scorpion Pistol and Carbine is this oddity. Strange though it may be, it’s perfectly set up for those who desire a two-stamp gun. The extended forend from the Carbine will hide most 9mm and hybrid cans, while o ering M-LOK attachment points and boosting the sight radius a good deal. Still using the 7.7” barrel of the standard Scorpion Pistol, a 5” KAK Flash Can extends the barrel to just a hair past the forend. Dual threads of 18×1 and 1/2×28 make tting a suppressor simple, and adding an arm brace or cheek rest is as easy as can be with our accessory adapter kit. Even simpler is the addition of the factory folding stock, assuming you can stomach the ATF’s current wait times.

CZ 805 BREN S1 PISTOL (300BLK)

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CZ 805 BREN S1 CARBINE (300BLK)

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DW FURY (9MM or 10MM)

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Equipped with a Trijicon RMR and with an extended, threaded barrel, this dou- ble-stack beast is begging to be unleashed on paper and steel. Chambered in 9mm or 10mm, capacities are 18+1 and 14+1, respectively. With the absolutely crisp, super short-reset Elite Series trigger job, can you handle the Fury?

CZ BREN 2 (MIL/LE)

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The ever-evolving needs of military forces led to the further development of the Bren platform. Whereas the 805 was built to a speci c set of predetermined requirements, the Bren 2 took years of imput and data from use in the worldwide war on terror and put it all together in a smaller, lighter package. A shorter gas system allows for barrel lengths down to 8”, while giving settings for normal use, suppressed use and adverse conditions. The aluminum receiver is shorter and thinner, shaving weight from the ri e. Gone is the reciprocating charging handle, in its place is one that remains forward while the action cycles, but can be used to charge the ri e via a ratcheting mechanism that allows it to be used as a forward assist if needed. All controls are ambidextrous, including a bolt release located inside the trigger guard. For those familiar with the M16/AR15 platform, a paddle-style bolt catch/release is located on the left side of the weapon. The Bren 2 is currently available only for military/LE special-order.

CZ P-09 SUPPRESSOR-READY

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CZ  P-09 KADET KIT

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New for 2017, the P-09 Kadet Kit is a scaled-up version of the P-07 one to t on the longer P-09 frame. Topped with the new Shadow 2 serrated target sights, the rear is HAJO (height adjustable only). Ships with two magazines.

CZ P-10 C SUPPRESSOR-READY

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2017 MSRP Listing

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  • Cuvie

    I saw the picture of the BREN 2/CZ-806 and got excited and then was immediately disappointed when I read that it’s Mil/LE only. Comeon CZ

    • Vhyrus

      Good chance we will get a civilian version in the coming months,

      • Minuteman

        I rather play the waiting game on IWI’s 5.56 stanag Galil ACE version. If they listen to American consumers and get the hand guard (longer, aluminum keymod) and stock (M4 style or at least backwards compatible, I don’t care for folding stocks) right this time, they have a winner that will send the SCAR packing and blow the ARX-100 out of the water as well. Non-reciprocating CH would be nice though. Or get the MDR instead if it doesn’t turn out to be a lemon.

        • Pete – TFB Writer

          I know it’s superficial, but I just don’t like the looks of the ACE. Original Galil? Yes please.

          • Minuteman

            Agreed. The ACE is an otherwise outstanding -and better than the original- gun though. Advancements in metallurgy, weight reduction, better lay out/improved ergos etc. The only real gripes I have against it are the short and polymer rail handguard (come on IWI…) and the stock assembly. The latter can be remedied with a KNS adapter and a pig nose, but still, any rifle marketed for the US should be M4 style off the shelf because we like our BCM/Magpul stocks and Vltor/PWS receiver extentions. Just my $0.02. The ACE is a tad bit too proprietary. Polymer rails on a roughly 2k rifle are a no-go as far as I’m concerned. That’s just a rip-off!

          • Pete – TFB Writer

            I agree with this statement.

            I’m a hypocrite – I preach function over form then criticize a worthy rifle when I don’t like the angles.

          • Minuteman

            Hey , to each their own man. Freedom of choice, the right to disagree etc. Different strokes for different folks!

          • aweds1

            I actually like it when new rifles have different set-ups. I have ARs. I don’t want another AR looking, AR acting black rifle. The only compatible thing I care about is magazines. If it doesn’t use STANAG mags or standard AK mags, forget it. I think a lot of new rifles fall down when they come out with a proprietary mag system at $40/ each. Stocks, grips, rails? Don’t care.

          • Minuteman

            Ironically, I want less guns and therefore am in the process of scaling down. Too many safe queens so I’m cleaning house. I basically want to retain one general purpose rifle (PWS MK116 Mod 2), one deer rifle (most probably the Winchester 70) and two hand guns (one of which is my Wilson Protector, in 45 obviously). The rest is on its way out with my sister getting the lion’s share ’cause she’s into collecting and competing. Some of her girlfriends are unarmed and need a gun or two, so I’m being generous given the time of year. My guns are kinda her’s as well anyway, but I’m just officially handing most of ’em over.

            I’m with you on the STANAG mags thing. I’m very much in to stocks and prefer BCM, or Magpul. The BCM Gunfighter stock is amazing and I love it. It was really made for the AR. The STR and CTR are not far behind 🙂 As for grips, I swear by the LaRue FUG grip, very sturdy, solid and a positive grip. The B&T folding integrated bipod fore grip is also cool, with fit and finish being amazing. B&T makes very, very high quality stuff and is an HK sub contractor. All HK furniture is in fact made by B&T; stocks, grips, hand guards etc. HK only makes the gun itself. You should look in to their gear. I believe in buy once, cry once. If you get the best quality components out there, you’re gonna get a quality result. If I buy something from a reputable brand I know that there’s gonna be quality control in place that will give me what I’m looking for as an end user: fine machining, excellent workmanship, stringent raw materials selection. Quality is very important to me and I have no problem paying the extra buck for it because good things in life don’t come cheap.

          • Kevin

            Cool story bro

          • David

            Ace is still a ak within that being said suppresors are really starting to come up and someone paying 1700 for a gun that cant suppress well over a bren or arx i just dont see it happening

          • Minuteman

            You know what bothers me about the ACE as well? The thread pitch man… It’s not the usual AK 14 LH pattern. That is a case of screwed marketing. What was IWI thinking??

          • int19h

            The problem with M4 stock interface is that it’s the single most fragile one among all “military-style” rifles. It’s also fairly bulky

            Personally, I’d prefer ACE interface, because it’s sturdy and small, and you can still get their M4-style adapter if you want to.

          • Minuteman

            I beg to differ.

            That doesn’t fix the handguard though. The internals of the ACE are good, but its furniture seriously lacks and leaves much to be desired at best. To be really brutally honest with you I must say it’s kinda lemonish for that matter. The gun is good technically (could do with a better trigger but you can throw out the stock trigger and install the AKT-E which should make it a sub moa gun because the action is already very smooth and the fit is tight) and the ergos are spot on, but the furniture is just not acceptable given the price point. And poly rails???? Stupid muzzle threads? Really, IWI?… I knock of 2 stars of what else would be considered a 5 star rifle. Receiver action, fit and finish and overall mechanical and material quality are outstanding but the trigger and furniture are simply asstard.

          • Major Tom

            Maybe if they put the bottle opener on the ACE you’d like it more?

          • Pete – TFB Writer

            Yes indeed. For my chocolate milk.
            Paratrooper stock would help too.

          • mazkact

            Yohoos taste better when opened on a Galil.

        • MikeSmith13807

          What do you have against folding stocks? You don’t like having the option of making the gun shorter for storage and transport??!!

          If you just want to swap in your favorite AR stock, I’m sure somebody could make an adapter that doesn’t sacrifice the folding feature…

          • Minuteman

            Nothing. Folding stocks just aren’t something I need.

        • RSG

          The ARX 100 can be had occasionally for around $1050 if you keep your eyes open on the steals and deals section of the Beretta forum. With street prices of around $1700 for anything from IWI you’re comparing apples to oranges.

          • Minuteman

            I have one and it’s going. My sister is a two-hander and loves to train alternate firing with it so it’s her’s to keep.

      • JumpIf NotZero

        What a great way to kill BREN1/805 sales tho. Clearly they must be so low it doesn’t even matter.

    • Minuteman

      +1

    • Audie Bakerson

      Bug your congressman to introduce a law exempting SBR and SBS from the NFA. I don’t mean mail him once or twice, call till his office runs out of excuses.

  • LCON

    Stop it My Christmas list can only get so long and never be filled!

  • thedonn007

    Wow, they brought back the phantom. I might have to get one. Also, what I really want is a P-01 suppressor ready pistol, as I cannot currently find any in stock.

  • Major Tom

    Why does the P-10C and the P-10C Suppressor Ready versions have two completely different mag sizes? (15 vs 17) Did adding the threaded bit really add mag capacity? Or is it a typo?

    • Pete – TFB Writer

      Has to be a typo, unless there’s a mag extension that comes with it…

      • J.T.

        There is a blatantly obvious mag extension in the pictures of the suppressor ready version.

        • Pete – TFB Writer

          You are correct. I couldn’t see the pics at the time.

  • Cymond

    I really like the Skorpion with flash can!
    And I still want a suppressor ready SP-01.
    Sadly, I only have enough funds right now to get the suppressor, or one of the guns, not both. Since I already have other suppressor hosts, the answer is obvious.

    • Pete – TFB Writer

      This is a never ending problem.

  • nanan

    Googling Czech women to see if they are as good looking as their guns. Wouldn’t be the first time.

    • iksnilol

      No offense but women are usually good lookin’, aren’t they like that over yonder pond that’s called the Altantic Ocean?

      • Rob

        Well, Guns are the Czech republics number two export… Right behind porn starts so….

        • iksnilol

          Point taken. I am not a scientist like y’all are 😉

  • Bigbigpoopi
    • iksnilol

      I knew that wearing pastel colors was a good idea.

  • iksnilol

    Still waiting for 10 round mags for the CZ 527.

    • Tma

      Im still waiting for spare mags for my CZ 557 range =P But that 527 with ten rounder would be hella cool.

      • iksnilol

        Doesn’t that one have a hinged floorplate?

  • MrBrassporkchop

    Batman designed the pistol sights.

  • Kyle

    That DW Fury sounds awesome as does the .300 Blackout Bren.

    • QuadGMoto

      At $4,899 it had better be awesome!

      • John

        For that price, it had better shoot target-seeking bullets that NEVER miss!

  • JumpIf NotZero

    Finally a 527 in 300blk… only about 5 years too late, but better than never.

    Buying the EVO with “flash can” makes no sense. It’s likely cheaper to buy the carbine and remove the fake fan when you have a stamp.

    And good for them getting right on the P10 with suppressor options!

    • Ebby123

      The Fake can is likely pinned and welded onto the carbine if its going to be compliant. That sucks to get off – likely requiring a gunsmith/machinist and the cost and time associated with that.

      The Flashcan on the pistol just screws right off IIRC.

      For a lot of people that a big plus, myself included.

  • Ian Thorne

    FDE Bren 2 pistol in 300 BLK would be amazing, they just need to get on it in the next year or so, I can wait.

  • nova3930

    Do want a DW Fury in 10mm. DO NOT want the price!

    • Blake

      Seriously though. The fact that the RMR is included in the price only makes it slightly less ridiculous. Where in the world do they think they’re going to find a market? I think just about every single gun owner would go somewhere like Wilson if they had that kind of money to burn on a pistol.

  • Jeff S

    What thread pitch does CZ use on their bolt guns?

    • JumpIf NotZero

      You at all over the place. They e used some weird ones one the 452, handguns, then they’ll switch to “standard” for other guns. They’ve gotten better recently, so I expect any new guns to be threaded for the American market.

      • Jeff S

        I really wish they’d list it on their site. For the life of me I can’t figure out what the 557 UCS uses.

  • mike

    No Optic ready P09 or P10?????

  • Jay

    I really wish they would sell at least some of there firearms in Massachusetts. A lot of the pistols would be approved no problem. I had to pay almost double the cost of a new 75B to pick up a preban one from a dealer. Once again feeling left out by a great company with excellent products.

  • Charles Newman

    The DW Fury 10mm is $4800? Crazy.