The Jericho 941 is also known as the Baby Desert Eagle, and even occasionally marketed as the Uzi Eagle. If you can’t tell yet, this weapon comes from Israel. The Jericho was the original name, and in many opinions, the least foolish sounding. The Jericho is really the forgotten modern handgun when compared to the Glock, Smith & Wesson M&P, and Berettas.
The Jericho has a very distinct appearance as a handgun, especially when compared to Glocks. The Jericho has multiple models, including all steel frame and polymer frames, and full, compact, and subcompact when it comes to sizes.
The Jericho is derived from the proven and respected CZ 75 pistol, but is far from identical to it. The weapon has a very slim design, and features a well-designed grip angle that is incredibly comfortable. The weapon is available in 40 S&W, 9mm and .45 ACP. The weapon features the unique polygonal rifling, very similar to the Desert Eagle.
The Jericho features high capacity magazines, an accessory rail, and a single/double action design. This is designed as a modern fighting and service pistol. The trigger pull is pretty standard for a service pistol; nothing impressive, but as good as any contemporary. The price point is normally either below or at most on par with the Glocks and M&Ps. The Jericho is a great pistol that many believe doesn’t get the recognition it deserves.