Primary Arms Odyssey 2023

ZEV Technologies Announces The OZ9 Duty

Zev Technologies announces the OZ9 Duty. As technology changes, so have the needs of Military, Law Enforcement, and the self-defense minded citizen. The OZ9 Duty brings ZEV quality and performance to these verticals at a reduced cost but maintains the full DNA of the OZ9 family of handguns.

Features include the Duty slide with patented optic cut, front and rear cocking serrations and our OZ9 receiver with modular grip technology. All at a price point currently unheard of.

“Team ZEV is excited to bring modular handgun technology to LE agencies and other armed professionals at a price point that makes sense for a duty grade firearm.”

– Dan Groce, Director of Brand Engagement

www.zevtechnologies.com

10 Responses to “ZEV Technologies Announces The OZ9 Duty”

  1. Mike says:

    Zev: Let’s introduce a pistol that does the exact same thing as a Glock starting at 3-4 times the price of a Glock, does nothing a Glock does, and still claim it’s “at a price point that makes sense for a duty grade firearm.”

    • justin says:

      Im not with zev but from what I hear the duty pistol is going to be very competitively priced for the LEO market.

    • No1_Important says:

      The only things the Zev does better is the frame geometry and a metal internal frame with Picatinny rail. If Glock was smart they’d copy Sig Sauer’s P320 plan of serializing the trigger pack and partnering with aftermarket for custom releases every month.

  2. Nate says:

    Will these ones also go full giggle randomly? Prosecutors nationwide would like to know.

  3. Sasquatch says:

    “All at a price point currently unheard of.” So I take it that’s not the price on the site and they’ll have their own version of Glock’s Blue Label then?

    • M says:

      I don’t think so, my agency supposed to get them next year and we were told the “Blue Label” is 10% off MSRP if you want to buy your own. Not excited.

  4. Joe_K says:

    The company’s name alone should be a red flag ?

  5. mark says:

    I like the steel sub frame design. Similar to a 2011 or Sphinx SDP.

    At the new price, I may pick one up. Although my fantasy would be for a G34 Version with full length steel dustcover thats flush with the muzzle. That would look really cool, put more weight out front to mitigate muzzle rise, and possibly allow running a G17 slide + Comp with a sort of ‘integral comp’ look like found on some 2011s and Walther PDP builds.

    One thing missing from the website currently is the weight of the Duty pistol.