The DWX pistol is the result of the brilliant collaboration between CZ and Dan Wesson. This cutting-edge firearm is a fusion of the best features of both pistol families and is sure to leave you in awe with its design.
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It features a locked breech barrel system and CZ-style takedown, making it easy to disassemble and clean. The match-grade barrel can be easily removed thanks to the bushing-less barrel system, similar to that of a P-10 or P-09/P-07.
The DWX also boasts a high capacity of 19+1 rounds with flush bases in 9mm, and is customizable with standard 1911 parts, allowing gunsmiths and competitive shooters to adjust it to their preference.
The sights are also easily customized, with a 1911-style dovetailed front sight and a CZ Shadow 2-style rear sight cut.
The CZ Dan Wesson DWX is a firearm that features a fiber optic sight for quick target acquisition in bright lighting, an adjustable rear sight for improved accuracy at the range, and a CZ-75 profile frame for enhanced grip and ergonomics.
Additionally, it has front serrations for press-checks, a serrated rib to reduce glare, a square hammer for a tactical look, a flat K-style trigger, an ambidextrous safety and grip safety, a 1913 Picatinny rail for easy accessory attachment, and 25 LPI checkering on the flat mainspring housing for a secure grip.
It is also compatible with CZ P-10F/P-09 double-stack magazines. Additionally, the mag release is swappable, offering further user configuration.
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The grip angle and contours of the DWX are borrowed from the CZ 75, which is widely recognized as one of the most comfortable and ergonomic pistols on the market.
This makes the DWX a great option for those who have trouble finding a comfortable fit with other pistols. Additionally, the DWX can use standard grips from a CZ 75 and even has corresponding magwells for the TS/Czechmate series, making it even more versatile.