Legendary handgun originating from Czechoslovakia (now theCzech Republic). One of the most copied and imitated handgun designs in the world, with guns such as the Bren-Ten and Jericho 941 tracing their lineage to the CZ75. It’s often all steel construction makes its quite heavy but some variants and clones now employ polymer framed lowers in the very competitive conceal carry market. (GRH)


Desert Eagle Pistol

It’s real name/designation is the Jericho 941, an Israeli made version of the CZ 75. However, they were marketed under the name Desert Eagle Pistol to capitalize on the name recognition of the infamous handcannon. Note that the slide is actually marked Desert Eagle Pistol. The one in the photo is the Compact model with an all steel frame; there are polymer framed versions as well. The Jericho 941 is available in most of the major handgun calibers; 9x19mm, .40 S&W and .45 ACP. (GRH)