CZ’s Upland Ultralight

A Delight To Carry Afield

If you’re an upland game hunter, you’ll know the truth of the comment, “You’ll be carrying your gun a lot more than you’ll be shooting it.” Gun weight matters, particularly when you might cover miles of cover during the day. Age, stature and physical conditioning count, too, when selecting an upland gun. So when a pleasantly light, stackbarrel, 12 gauge made its appearance at the recent SHOT Show, I just had to wring it out. I say there is no sense wearing yourself out by toting more gun than you need for the job. Meet CZ-USA’s latest, the Upland Ultralight.

Based in Kansas City, Kan., CZ-USA was formed in 1998 as the exclusive US importer for Ceska Zbrojovka and Brno products from the Czech Republic. It is also the holding company for the Dan Wesson revolver and pistol line. Today, CZ-USA imports a line of shotguns from the prominent Turkish shotgun-manufacturing center, Huglu, which has been the source of every quality of shotgun from the finest-grade trap gun to the least expensive repeater. Huglu makes the Upland Ultralight to CZ’s specifications, and the result is a nice-handling field gun at a most attractive price.

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