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CZ-G2000
Type Semi-automatic pistol
Place of origin Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Czech Republic
Production history
Designer CZ-Guns Trade
Manufacturer Arms Moravia
Produced 1999
Specifications
Weight 780 g
Length 185 mm
Barrel length 102 mm

Cartridge 9x19mm Parabellum
.40 S&W
Action short recoil, tilting barrel
Rate of fire semi-automatic
Muzzle velocity 350 m/s
Effective range 50 m
Feed system 15/19 rounds (9mm)
12/15 (.40 S&W)
Sights Fixed sights

The CZ-G2000 is a handgun created by CZ-Guns Trade and exported by Arms Moravia.[1] It can be chambered for 9x19 mm Para and .40 S&W with different magazine capacities. In Germany, it's known as the CUG-2000.

HistoryEdit

The pistol first made its public appearance in 1999 by Arms Moravia for Czech police trials.[1] The CZ-G2000 made its debut at the IDEX-99 international military exhibit to show off to interested customers. It was only sold in the European commercial market from 1999 to 2005 before it made its disappearance with no further details.

DesignEdit

The construction of the CZ-G2000's body and slide is from polymer. The pistol has undergone torture tests to withstand dirty and wet conditions without lubrication and increased temperatures and in temperatures below -40°C.

FeaturesEdit

The CZ-G2000 operations based on the Browning design, operating on automatic lock recoil and a tilting barrel. Its hammer can either be used in single or double action. The trigger has a push power of 2.4 kg in single action and 4.9 kg in double action.

SafetyEdit

The pistol has a decocker, being the only safety device available. In addition, an automatic safety lock is also mounted on the firing pin. This blocks the hammer to prevent it from firing, being available only when the trigger is properly pushed.

UsersEdit

  • Flag of Venezuela.svg Venezuela: Licensed under CAVIM as the Zamorana in 2005 and unveiled in 2006, created with some assistance from Czech engineers.[2][3][4] It only has a capacity of 15 rounds in the 9mm caliber.[5] It's to be adopted by local, municipal, state and national police forces.[6][7]

ReferencesEdit

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