Find best concealed carry and duty holsters for CZ handguns in leather, nylon and kydex material with 5 YRS warranty, directly from producers stock. With many years in holster business, our portfolio grew up and today we offer wide range of leather and nylon holsters for CZ pistols. We are working hard to satisfy your holster needs and we are offering new innovative models of CZ holsters based on years of experience in professional, duty or regular concealment gun wearing. We offer holsters for CZ 75, CZ 75 SP01, CZ P01, CZ P07 Duty and others.
CZ is an abbreviation for Ceska Zbrojovka or Ceskoslovenska Zbrojovka. The precursor of this firm Jihoceska Zbrojovka was founded in Pilsen in 1919. Amongst other things, this company produced the Czech Fox pistol in 6.35 mm (.25 ACP caliber). In 1921, the company moved to Strakonice. From 1923, CZ had the contract to supply the Czech army with weapons such as pistols and rifles, as well as bicycles, motorcycles and artillery. One example of this is the famousZB-26 submachine gun, designed by Vaclav Holek in 1924. This weapon was produced by the factory Zbrojovka Brno. In 1936, the design was sold to the British. They developed their famous Brenn gun on the basis of the ZB-26. In fact, Bern is a combination of Brno and Enfield. In the same year, CZ moved to a new factory in Uhersky Brod. In the Second World War, Czechoslovakia was annexed by Germany. Up to 1945, CZ made machine guns, amongst other things, for the German army, under the factory name Bohemische Waffen Werke. From 1947, Czechoslovakia was in the Russian zone and the company was nationalized. In 1958, the communist regime reorganized the company, and CZ became part of the state-run company, October Revolution. During that period CZ mainly produced rifles for the army, such as model 58, the Czech model of the AK-47 (Kalashnikov), and CZ motorcycles. There was another reorganization in 1965, resulting in the VHJ Zbrojovka Brno, also called Precision Machine-Tooling Company. The CZ 75 was introduced to the market in 1975 and was to some extent based on the Hi-Power design of FN Browning. The CZ designers turned this design into a modern double-action pistol. During the period of the Cold War and the Iron Curtain, this pistol contributed to the reserves of currency although the weapon could not be exported to the USA at the time. As an army pistol, it did not play a major role, because the Warsaw Pact concentrated on 9 mm Makarov 7.62 mm Tokarev and 5.45 Russian calibers for handguns. In 1983, the name of the company changed to the Agrozet Brno Group, followed by another reorganization in 1988, resulting in the Ceska Zbrojovka Uhersky Brod. The CZ concern in its current form dates from 1992 when the Iron Curtain was raised. The modern company is one of the biggest producers of weapons in the world. It has a huge range of sports and hunting rifles and a large number of models of pistols. In 1996, CZ introduced the model CZ-100 in 9mm Para and .40 S&W calibers with a double-action –only (DAO) trigger action. The model CZ-101 followed in 2000 in double action.
We have prepared selection of our best selling CZ holsters, please choose your CZ gun model on left side to see our best holster reccomendation of CZ belt holsters, Iwb concealment holsters, shoulder holsters as well as concealment shoulder bags for CZ pistols. We offer CZ 75 holster, CZ P07 holster, CZ P01 holster, CZ SP-01 holster, etc.