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Czech out this interesting ‘real-steel multi-cal blaster pistol

With a “Blade Runner”/”RoboCop” futuristic aesthetic, the FK Brno PSD pistol can move seamlessly across four calibers, including the very compelling 7.5 FK.

The PSD has a slender polymer grip frame and keeps the same layout as the Field Pistol. While its price tag – MSRP of $1,650 – isn’t cheap, it is still only a fraction of the cost of the Field Pistol and even comes in a good bit less than a new Deagle. It is not that much more expensive than some polymer-framed practical/tactical guns like the $1,500 FN 509 LS Edge (which wasn’t really that nice of a gun in my opinion.)

Roughly the same size as an M1911, it has better ergonomics with a slim grip that feels more like a compact 9mm, and, due to a 5-ounce frontend compensator counterweight and a slide that is beefier at its end than its nose, is supremely balanced and light recoiling.

Plus, there is the fact that it shoots 7.5FK, 10mm Auto, .40 S&W, and 9mm, all with the same gun, promising 100-yard accuracy.

More in my column at Guns.com. 

Deckard, is that you?

If this doesn’t spark thoughts of attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion or C-beams glittering in the dark near the Tannhauser gate, I don’t know what will.

(Photo: Chris Eger/Guns.com)

FK Brno recently sent me the above, their PSD Multi-Caliber Pistol. A single action, tilting barrel, positive-lock mechanism pistol with a patented recoil attenuating system developed specifically to handle the “potent and highly terminal 7.5 FK cartridge.” It comes with an extra dual-caliber barrel in 10 mm/.40 S&W or in 9mm. Contrary to its looks, it actually feels really good in the hand.

So stay tuned for more interesting posts on this bad boy.