The DWX from Dan Wesson is designed initially for competition use. It is a melding of Dan Wesson and CZ pistols. Borrowing the crisp single action fire control group of a DW 1911 and combining it with the ergonomics and capacity of a CZ, the resulting pistol emerged as something great. Its locked breech barrel system uses the CZ-style takedown via the slide stop. Sights are easily customized, using a 1911-style dovetailed sight in the front and a CZ Shadow 2 style sight cut in the rear. For those who want to acquire the front sight quickly in daytime lighting, a fiber optic sight gathers in light and creates a glowing dot that is hard to miss even against a bright background. Adjustable Rear Sight, Great at the range, this sight is adjustable for height and has a serrated rear face, knocking down glare and giving a crisp sight picture. CZ-75 Profile Frame, for exceptional grip and ergonomics Front Serrations, forward cocking serrations give solid purchase for press-checks.Serrated Rib, Dan Wesson’s flat top rib reduces any glare between the front and rear sight. Square Hammer, this is their spin on an edgier, tactical, Commander hammer. Flat K style trigger, the flat K-style trigger is a twist on the standard three-hole trigger that looks like a K. Ambi Safety, Grip Safety, an ambidextrous safety allows for an easy to access to the safety for both left-handed and right-hand shooters. Rail, equipped with a 1913 Picatinny rail, adding a light or laser is a simple operation. Mainspring Housing Checkering, their 25 LPI checkering on the flat mainspring housing provides the means for a superb grip.