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#104 | Crowd-Sourced Shotgun Design with Zach Hein of CZ-USA

Crowd-sourced shotgun design with Project Upland and CZ-USA

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If you’re anything like us at Project Upland, you’ve likely pondered what it would be like to acquire your dream upland bird gun, or better yet, design it from the ground up. Well with the help of CZ-USA, we are giving you a chance to participate in the design and development of a brand new shotgun from CZ-USA.

Zach Hein, marketing communications manager at CZ-USA, joins the show to talk about the inspiration and development of the project as well as walk us through the shotgun design process. Zach and I discuss each aspect of the shotgun design survey while covering key details and providing the listeners with the necessary information to complete their shotgun design survey.

Tune in to this episode of the Project Upland Podcast to learn how you can participate in the Project Upland crowd-sourced shotgun in partnership with CZ-USA.

About | CZ-USA
“Headquartered in Kansas City, KS since 1998, CZ-USA is an importer, manufacturer and distributor of pistols, rifles, shotguns and suppressors. The exclusive US importer of rifles and pistols from Česká zbrojovka a.s. Uherský Brod, (CZUB) of the Czech Republic, CZ-USA also designs and imports the CZ-USA Field Sports line of shotguns from Turkey. Fine 1911s and revolvers are made by subsidiary Dan Wesson and a growing line of CZ-USA suppressors is available for rimfire and centerfire firearms.”

Facebook | CZ-USA Field Sports

Instagram | @czusafieldsports

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The Project Upland Podcast is Presented By: onX Hunt, Eukanuba Performance Dog Food, CZ USA, and Dakota 283 Kennels

Last modified: June 23, 2020

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