New from CZ-USA

posted on January 15, 2014

Are you a serious target shooter? Then you'll want to check out new releases from CZ-USA. In the company's lineup for 2014 are three new shotguns: the Sporter Standard Grade Adjustable Rib, Canvasback Gold and Lady Sterling. The Sporter Standard Grade Adjustable Rib was designed for shooters who switch between shooting trap and clays, providing the capability to adjust the point of impact to shoot high or flat.

The Canvasback Gold is a newer edition of the well-known Canvasback, but it now features two gold birds inlaid on each side, hence the name.

The Lady Sterling is a 12-gauge, 28-inch barrel shotgun made specifically for women, the characteristics of which are most obvious in the stock design. For more information, visit


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