|Action:||Double Action (DA or DA/SA)|
|Caliber:||9mm Luger (9x19mm Parabellum)|
The Norinco NZ75 is Chinese clone of CZ-75 pistol. Developed by the Koucky brothers at Ceska Zbrojovka in 1975, the CZ-75 pistol after which the NZ-75 is patterned is a double action short recoil handgun renowned for its reliable action, comfortable grip, well-placed controls, and accuracy. It is also one of the first high capacity double action 9x19mm handguns that replaced old .38 special service revolver as the primary sidearm of law enforcement officers throughout the world. Norinco's NZ-75 is an excellent choice for novice and expert alike. It features forged (not cast) steel construction, chrome-lined barrel, and a safety catch which doubles as a decocking lever. Like CZ-75 pistol, the NZ-75's slide rails are on the inside rather than the outside of the frame, a system said to increase accuracy and smooth operation.