CZ Bren and CZ Scorpion

CZ 805 BREN A1/A2

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The CZ 805 BREN is a modern assault rifle chambered in 5.56×45 mm NATO cal., adopted as a standard weapon of an individual of the Armed Forces of the Czech Republic. This weapon is characterised by exceptional durability as it meets requirements for reliable operation in adverse conditions (dust, sand, mud, Over the Beach test, transition temperatures) according to both NATO AC 225/D14, and TPVD 637 – 81.

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CZ SCORPION EVO 3 A1

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The CZ SCORPION EVO 3 A1 is a modern submachine gun chambered in 9×19 used by security forces and armies around the world. The weapon is characterised by exceptional ergonomics, durability and ease of use. This submachine gun meets requirements for reliable operation in adverse conditions according to both NATO AC 225/D14, and TPVD 637 – 81. The weapon enables the fire to be conducted in fully automatic fire, three round bursts, and single shots.

No tools are necessary for routine maintenance disassembly. Low weight and small dimensions facilitate concealed carry and use in very confined spaces. Characteristic features of this weapon are a good balance making quick and easy aiming, high accuracy of fire, long service life and high functional reliability under all conditions. The advantages are fully ambidextrous controls and four accessory rails according to MIL-STD-1913 fitted as standard.

The CZ SCORPION EVO 3 S1 is a short semi-automatic gun based upon the latest generation of the CZ submachine guns.

The S1 version differs from the A1 model by being made of original parts that have been re-built to function as a semi-automatic only and its selector/ safety has only two positions: Safe and Fire – shooting in single shots. In all other aspects the S1 model retains superb properties in ergonomics and shooting performance of its service predecessor thus representing a perfect weapon for modern and dynamic disciplines in sport shooting.

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