CZ has announced that the DWX, result of a collaboration between CZ and Dan Wesson, is finally now shipping. The DWX is a competition/recreational pistol that’s a meld of CZ ergonomics and a 1911. At first glance, it looks very much like the CZ 75, TS, and TS 2 pistols, but there’s much more to it. The DWX has the crisp 1911 fire control group of a Dan Wesson, but the ergonomics of the CZ 75. It has 1911-style controls like the safety lever and slide stop but takes CZ 75 aluminum grip scales. The steel frame is checkered on the front and back of the grip and has a long Picattiny rail for accessory mounting.

The DWX uses the 19-round magazines that the CZ striker-fired pistol, the P-10, uses. It doesn’t have a grip safety but does feature a sweeping beavertail that allows the shooter to use a high, tight grip and control recoil. The DWX is chambered in 9mm and has a 4.95-inch match-grade barrel. The slide has front and rear cocking serrations and uses a HAJO adjustable rear sight and fiber-optic front sight.


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