Today feels like a business first kind of day. Unfortunately that means minimal sarcasm, no spellbinding stories and a lack of clever quips. So suck it up and get ready for some riveting exposition regarding the CZ 82.
For those unversed in Eastern Bloc munitions, the CZ 82 is a double-action, semi-automatic pistol that features a traditional blowback system of operation. The pistol was designed in 1982 by Augustin Nečas for the Czechoslovakian military, where it served proudly for 10 years after replacing the CZ 52. Despite being just 30 years old, it has been added to the U.S. government’s Curio & Relic list, which is maintained by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
So what does any of what I just said have to do with business? Well, if you had read the title you would know that Keepshooting.com now carries the CZ 82 leather holster – so much for holding back the snarky comments.
Manufactured in Czechoslovakia during the 1980s, the CZ 82 leather holster is an authentic piece of Czech military history. The holster is designed to carry the CZ 82 pistol along with a number of accessories. Sure, they are used, but only by Czech military and police throughout the 1980s and 1990s. If you ask me, that only serves to make the deal sweeter.
The CZ 82 leather holster is the perfect complement to your CZ 82. Regrettably, they are becoming harder and harder to find. Grab one today for just $24.95.