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Dan Wesson DWX pistol now for sale
« on: December 30, 2022, 12:24:19 AM »
The Dan Wesson DWX pistol, AKA the illegitimate love-child of a CZ 75 and 1911, is for sale now. Instead of just reading about it, you can actually buy one, for an MSRP of $2,099.00. That's the price of CZ ergonomics with a 1911 trigger.

https://danwessonfirearms.com/product/dwx/?_rmId=7b5kqqlkDLSW71lwM5z7HkAbqKQeBnIDPvKJJ


What began as an innovative idea among the brilliant minds at CZ and Dan Wesson resulted in the jaw-dropping DWX pistol, which is a grand melding between the two pistol families. Its locked breech barrel system is simple, ditching the standard 1911 link system and using CZ-style takedown via the slide stop. The easier take-down will be familiar to any hammer-fired CZ owner, as is removing the match-grade barrel due to the bushing-less barrel system that resembles a P-10 or P-09/P-07. The reliable low-cost double-stack magazines boost the capacity to 19+1 with flush bases in 9mm, and many standard 1911 parts enable gunsmiths and competitive shooters to tune the DWX just the way they like it. Sights are easily customized, using a 1911-style dovetailed sight in the front and a CZ Shadow 2 style sight cut in the rear. The swappable mag release expands upon the user configuration.

With the grip angle and contours that have made the CZ 75 a stand-out in the realm of pistol ergonomics, the DWX is a natural fit for most hands. The DWX can utilize standard grips from a CZ 75. Corresponding magwells for the 75 series are compatible as well. With so many ways to tune and customize, the DWX is sure to shine!
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