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Out of the Czechoslovak factory, this design manufactured for special units of the armed forces was born. Although thanks to its extraordinary accuracy and high stability during rapid fire, it is gaining more popularity among IPSC shooters. Then it enters the world of airsoft by the hand of KJW (manufacturer) and licensed by ASG for this model to introduce this model.

Since 1975 until the present day

Its design derives from the CZ 75, but its front sight has a red optical fibre sight and a tactical rear sight to aim better, faster and more accurately, even with the dim light of a CQB situation. It also has a MIL-STD-1913 rail to attach a flashlight or other accessory that may be very necessary in this type of games.

Ensuring a better grip

Both the front of the trigger guard and the handle are threaded for a better grip. Besides, the back of the handle and the grip have non-slip surfaces to reinforce this point. Be it sweat from our hand or because we are wearing gloves, the gun will not slip

Alternative grip

The original grips are made of rubber and have the CZ logo as the real ones. However KJW, suggests an alternative made of steel in a striking orange colour, especially for IPSC shooters and airsofters who do not need to go unnoticed.

Japanese compatibility

KJ Works has two designs compatible with Tokyo Marui, unfortunately this model does not have an equivalent in the Japanese brand. By way of example the typical roulette hop-up in this model is activated by a flat screw. Although the performance is the same level as the other KJ analysed.



Although the real magazine has capacity for 18 rounds, this replica can take up to 26 BBs in this gas magazine (310 FPS with green gas and 23°C room temperature) with an extended base to enable a fast change of magazine. Although the model is compatible with CO2 Chargers (330 FPS).