CZ Bren 2 Andrew Eager February 6, 2018 Guns, Tactical Rifles 34 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION – ***Agency Purchase Only*** NFA Restricted Item The CZ BREN 2 is a modern assault rifle from the production of CZ service weapons. Its design has been based on the experience of the most demanding users from among the special units and armed forces who demand the best, regardless of the area of operations. The CZ BREN 2 provides a comprehensive solution for armed forces; the weapon system includes full support as well as 3D animations for the armourer, spare parts sets and an armourer’s tool kit. The aim is to maintain combat readiness for the user by himself even during prolonged conflicts in all parts of the world despite all the problems that these complex operational challenges bring. This multi-calibre weapon enables easy change of calibres, which increases user effectiveness in meeting all types of tasks and is a cost-effective option compared with the necessity to acquire several different types of weapon. Its modular concept makes training easier for the user thanks to the unified system of controls. The maintenance procedure is also the same for all the weapons, from standard versions to versions intended for special units. It is a comprehensive and unified solution for all types and kinds of armed forces. Distinguishing Characteristics: • The weapon system is based on the tried and tested collection of gases from the bore with the option to regulate the piston mechanism in three stages. • The weapon is extremely reliable and durable in all conditions. • High accuracy and long service life. • Complete modularity in all calibres and barrel lengths. • Low weight and compact dimensions for fast and comfortable handling. • Controls accessible from both sides. • Bolt catch with two bolt release levers. • Separate cocking handle with the option to forward assist the breech. • Perfect ergonomics with outstanding control during shooting. • Materials used are non-flammable or have increased flame resistance, they are impact resistant and have a high resistance to mechanical damage. • The basic stripping and reassembly of the weapon for routine maintenance may be performed without the use of any tools, including the breech block carrier. • Storage space in the pistol grip with interchangeable backstraps. • Folding telescopic stock. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related 34 Responses Fadey Suleiman March 31, 2018 Do you happen to know or have an idea of when this CZ Bren 2 will be available for civilian purchase? Reply Andrew Eager March 31, 2018 No timetables currently, we just know it’s in the works. Stay tuned to the website for updates. 🙂 Reply John August 23, 2018 Is this still in the works, cause if you’re paying attention to scar prices lately… the market for this gun in both .308 and 5.56 would be huge. Andrew Eager August 27, 2018 Stay tuned…. 🙂 John Keaton August 23, 2018 Any updates?!? Adam September 11, 2018 I just got my Bren 2S. Haven’t made it to the range yet but it feels awesome. Still nothing on the CZ site about it though. Reply Andrew Eager September 14, 2018 There were only about 300 pistols sold to one Distributor. To my knowledge those were the only ones we will get this year. Let us know what you think of it! Reply John September 14, 2018 Just ordered mine as well opted for the 8″ pistol version. Looking forward to getting my hands on it. Reply CZ BREN S2 Shipping in the US? - Survival Patch September 18, 2018 […] the Bren S1 has been available in the US for a number of years the updated S2, based on the Bren 2 has not yet been released, despite the success of the Scorpion EVO 3. CZ-USA have not made an […] Reply CZ BREN S2 Shipping in the US? - Concealed Carry News September 21, 2018 […] the Bren S1 has been available in the US for a number of years the updated S2, based on the Bren 2 has not yet been released, despite the success of the Scorpion EVO 3. CZ-USA have not made an […] Reply Jason Shimada October 9, 2018 Question-Will have soon the CZ 806 Bren 2 chambered for 300 blackout on SBR platform? Reply Andrew Eager October 11, 2018 Bren 2 will only be available in 5.56×45 and 7.62×39 Reply John Kowalski October 30, 2018 What barrel lengths will the Bren 2 be available in? Reply Andrew Eager October 31, 2018 in 5.56×45 – 8 inch, 11 inch, 14 inch in 7.62×39 – 9 inch, 11 inch, 14 inch Reply George Zajic November 9, 2018 Hello Andrew, I always thought that the barrel have to be at least 16″ long in the carbine version. You mention the longest barrel is only 14″ ??? I am talking about the carbine not the pistol version. Thank you very much. Reply Andrew Eager November 12, 2018 We don’t currently have a carbine version. Only pistols. The gun will have to either be SBR’d or you can add a brace. Reply Walter Priddy November 16, 2018 Hello Andrew —- what will be different about the BREN 2 once they really start coming in vs the few that came in now ??? I heard CZ wanted some changes, but I want mine just like the military version ??? Andrew Eager November 16, 2018 This is about the best I can tell you: Andrew December 8, 2018 Why no love for the 300 BLK? Reply Andrew Eager December 12, 2018 Not in 2019 unfortunately. Reply Seth December 20, 2018 Andrew, I have the BREN 2s 7,62×39 9″ barrel. I’m looking for the factory buttstock to SBR the pistol. Do you have any idea when spare parts will be available? I have only been able to find the proprietary 30 round magazines, which leads me to this question; will CZ allow other companies to manufacture the 7,62 mags in the future? Reply Andrew Eager January 4, 2019 I have that question pushed up the pipe as most of our LE Agencies will need to SBR their guns as well. I am pretty sure aftermarket companies will start producing mags for the gun once it hits distribution. Reply Yancey January 3, 2019 I’m loving this weapon. I currently own the Omega P01 and SP01 Omega, battleship gray Scorpion and the P01. What is the eta on Bren 2 and will it also be in FDE. Thank you!!! Reply Andrew Eager January 4, 2019 No FDE this year unfortunately. It is currently available through our LE/MIL purchase program. 🙂 Reply Erik Fuentes January 17, 2019 Do you have a projected quarter of when it will be release? Id much rather spend the $$ on this weapon over a Scar 16s, but will hop on one if FN ever distributes them… Reply Andrew Eager January 17, 2019 They are available for purchase now. The list is slowly growing, so the longer you wait, the longer it will be for you to get your gun. We fill orders in the order they were placed (by date) I would say place your order and if you can get your hands on your FN before the CZ ships you can call and cancel with us. We dont charge the card until the firearm ships. Reply Erik Fuentes January 17, 2019 Do I place the order through you or through a dealer? Andrew Eager January 17, 2019 You can do either. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we can get you the program information. 👍 Jeff Boatright January 17, 2019 What about suppressing the bren 2? What thread is it and will it run suppressed? Reply Andrew Eager January 29, 2019 14×1 left hand on the 5.56 and 5/8-24 on the 7.62 and yes it will run suppressed. Reply Brendan February 12, 2019 Any insight as to when a Bren2 in 5.56X45 with 16” barrel will be available for purchase? Reply Andrew Eager February 18, 2019 Not at this time unfortunately. In the pipeline…but no dates at this time. Reply Jarrod Guilford March 6, 2019 Bought 2 of the BREN 2 pistols in 5.56, with 11″ barrels… DESPERATELY want to do a Form 1… DESPERATELY want the factory stock assembly!!!… This is not a controlled item – what gives?!… I am LEO – can I contact the LEO branch to get the stock Assy???… Why is this so hard to acquire at this point?! Reply Andrew Eager March 8, 2019 I wish I had that answer. I cant get one either…..and I work for the LE/MIL department at CZ-USA. We are patiently waiting for them to come in. Good things come to those who wait. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.