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czeckpoint revolvers

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by SaMx, Sep 1, 2011.

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  1. SaMx

    SaMx Member

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    I just noticed today that czechpoint firearms, who imports the VZ-58 carbine and skorpion pistols, is importing revolvers.

    http://www.czechpoint-usa.com/products/revolvers/

    I assume these revolvers are Czech, does anyone know anything about them?
     
  2. 19&41

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    News to me. I've seen worse looking revolvers.
     
  3. tekarra

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    I believe they are Alfa Project revolvers and are sold as either Alfa or Holek. Have not seen one, but maybe next time I travel to Europe.
     
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    AlphaProj, well thought of in Europe. I have been interested in trying one of the steel versions.
     
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    Now that is kind of cool. I'd consider one.
     
  6. Tortuga12

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    do those look vaguely Charter Arms-ish to anyone else?
     
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    Ive shot the 9mmLuger variant and it worked well, but i am not "wheel gun guy" so i cannot comment overall quality and compare it to other revolvers.
     
  8. 22lr

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    They look ok, the front sight looks like a needle point though.......

    But a 9mm version, now we are cooking with fire!
     
  9. Maple_City_Woodsman

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    They have a .22 Mag revolving CARBINE with a wooden forgrip?!?! :what:

    Now THAT i like. :D
     
  10. armoredman

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    The revolving carbine is available OVERSEAS only in 357 mag, as well. Czechpoint has no plans to import it at this time.
     
  11. Owen Sparks

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    They look like the discontinued Astra revolvers from around 1980.
     
  12. 357 Terms

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    Yeah Tortuga 12, looks alot like Charter. The crane is almost identical. I doubt those 357's are gonna be very stout. I'll stick with Ruger and Smiths.
     
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    Pretty good looking revolvers. Now if they just made 44 Magnums and sold them for what they want for 357's I think they could make a go of it.
     
  14. bannockburn

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    I would agree with Owen Sparks. They look a lot like the old Astra Cadix line of revolvers.
     
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