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  • CONFIGURATOR GUIDE

    DESIGN & VIEW

    • Design your own firearm.
    • The configurator will guide you through all parameters.
    • At any step, you can view the assembled model from three sides.
  • CONFIGURATOR GUIDE

    SAVE & SHARE

    • You can save your firearm at any step.
    • Through a unique link, you can return to it and finish it.
    • You can share your firearm configuration directly with friends via email or FB.
  • CONFIGURATOR GUIDE

    ORDER & PAY

    • Full Amount will be collected at time of order.
    • Send us a copy of your local dealers FFL.
    • We will contact you when it is time to ship.
    • Please be aware that If an order is cancelled before shipping has taken place there will be a restocking fee of 20% you are agreeing to this in the terms and condition.
  • CONFIGURATOR GUIDE

    PICK UP OR DELIVERY

    • Firearms will ship fedex to you Dealer.
    • Depending on work done the firearm will be available in 14 days.
    • Ceracote, Bushing or Thumb rest work may take up to 30 days.


TERMS OF USE OF THE WEBSITE AND TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE SALE

(the “Terms”)

Applicable for USA excluding the states of CA, NY, NJ, HI, MD and CT

1.           Introduction

1.1        This document provides for the terms of use of the web application enabling the selection and configuration of products, as well as the creation and sending of the order for configured or other products (the “Configurator”), which is located on the website https://www.czconfigurator.com/us/(the “Website”), the terms of use of the Website and terms and conditions of the sale.

1.2        Česká zbrojovka a.s. with its registered office at Svat. Čecha 1283, 6688 01Uherský Brod, Czech Republic, email address: [email protected], ID No. 463 45 965, registered in the Commercial Register of the Regional Court in Brno, Section B, Insert No. 712(“CZUB”) ensures for the territory of the USA (excluding the states mentioned in Article 2.2 of the Terms) only the technical operation of the Configurator and the Website and does not have any influence on the content displayed in the Configurator and on the Website.

1.3        CZUB is not a seller nor advertiser of the products or the content displayed on the Website.

1.4        The content displayed in the Configurator and on the Website for a civil market in the territory of the USA (excluding the states mentioned in Article 2.2 of the Terms) (the “Territory”), including individual products, indicative purchase prices of products and any other information, is the content of the CZUB’s contractual partner, which is Ghost Products, Inc., with its registered office at 110 E. Southern Ave, MESA, AZ 85210, USA, ID No.10951428, registered in Arizona (the “Seller”).

1.5        The Seller is the sole person responsible for the content displayed in the Configurator and on the Website in the Territory. The Seller is the only person entitled to conclude a purchase contract for the products displayed on the Website with the Customer (as defined below).

2.           Terms of access to the website

2.1        “Users of the Website (the “Users”) acknowledge that the Website is intended solely for individuals residing in the United States of America and who are eligible to possess firearms under all applicable Federal, state, and local laws.”

2.2        California, New York, New Jersey, Hawaii, Maryland, or Connecticut. The Users further acknowledge that the Website is intended solely for persons who have reached the age of 21 years prior to accessing the Website. The Website is not intended for any persons (incl. Users who are over 21 years of age) residing in following US states:

2.3        BY CLICKING ON THE RELEVANT BUTTON BEFORE ACCESSING THE WEBSITE, YOU CONFIRM THAT YOU HAVE REACHED THE AGE OF 21 YEARS, YOU CONFIRM THAT YOU ARE NOT RESIDING IN STATES OF CALIFORNIA, NEW YORK, NEW JERSEY, HAWAII, MARYLAND, OR CONECTICUT, AND AGREE TO THESE TERMS. IF YOU HAVE NOT REACHED THE AGE OF 21 YEARS AT THE TIME OF ACCESSING THE WEBSITE AND/OR YOU ARE RESIDING IN ONE OF THE STATES LISTED ABOVE, PLEASE DO NOT ACCESS THE WEBSITE.

2.4        By agreeing to these Terms and accessing the Website, the Users also declare that they will use the Website and any information, documentation or functionality available on the Website in accordance with the valid and effective applicable laws of the Territory.

3.           Terms of use of the website

3.1        The Configurator allows the Users, inter alia, to select and make virtual modifications to a firearm according to the User’s specific requirements within the defined options (the “Configuration”), to save the created Configuration, as well as to share a link to the created Configuration via social networks or electronic mail.

3.2        Every single action performed by the User within the Configuration shall be displayed in the visualisation of the configured products as well as in the indicative purchase price of the configured products. The User acknowledges that the prices of the products displayed in the Configurator do not include applicable state and local taxes and fees and these displayed prices are for informational purposes only. The actual purchase price of the products will be displayed before checkout. Purchase price does not include any expenses, charged to the Customer by their selected FFL, including but not limited to transfer fees.

3.3        All images of the products and their accessories within the visualisation of the products in the Configurator are illustrative. Although the Seller endeavours to make the images of the products and their accessories in the Configurator as real as possible, the images of the products and their accessories may in exceptional cases differ from the actual products and their accessories (e.g., in shade of colour, exact shape, size, etc.). The device you use to access the Configurator, e.g., the quality and resolution of the device’s screen, may also have an impact on the visualisations of the products and their accessories in the Configurator.

3.4        “Hyperlink”). This is without prejudice to the provisions of Article The User may save changes to the selected and modified products and their accessories during the Configuration by entering a valid email address in the designated place, which will be displayed to the User after clicking on the “SAVE CONFIGURATION” button located in the configuration section at the bottom of the Configurator. After entering a valid email address and clicking the “SEND” button, an email will be sent to the email address provided. The email sent will contain a hyperlink and an image of the configured product (the 3.9 of these Terms.

3.5        Clicking on the Hyperlink will redirect a person to the Configurator where a person can continue with the Configuration.

3.6        The User may repeatedly save individual versions of the configured products during the Configuration in the manner set out in Article 3.4 of these Terms. The last saved version of the configured product shall be accessible on the Hyperlink for a period of 30 days immediately following the day on which the last version of the configured product was saved.

3.7        After clicking on the Hyperlink and then continuing with the Configuration, only the last version of the configured product shall be saved after re-saving the configured product. The Hyperlink shall always redirect the person who clicked on it to the last saved version of the configured product, while previous versions shall no longer be saved and no longer be accessible. The Seller may change or cancel the retention period of the configured product at any time at its sole discretion, without being obliged to inform the User of the change or cancellation of the retention period.

3.8        The User also may, after clicking on the “SHARE WITH FRIENDS” button, share the created Configuration with third parties by copying and sending a respective hyperlink to the third party or directly by clicking on the symbols of the selected social networks. The Configurator also allows the User to download the current version of the Configuration in a .png format by clicking on the “DOWNLOAD IMAGE OF FIREARM” button.

3.9        “Users acknowledge that the content of the Website as well as the virtual configurations are intended exclusively for the individuals not residing in the US states listed in Article 2.2 of these Terms, regardless of whether or not they are over 21 years of age. Therefore users may only share links to created virtual configurations with individuals residing in US states not listed in Article 2.2 of these Terms and who are also over 21 years of age.”.

3.10     The Seller shall be responsible for the administration, including the accurate and up-to-date content, of the Website. CZUB shall not guarantee that the data provided on the Website is accurate and up to date. The Website is provided “as is” and no representations or warranties, express or implied, are made in relation to it to the extent permitted by law. Neither CZUB nor the Seller guarantees that the Website will be secure, error-free or free of malware or malicious code.

3.11     The User acknowledges that CZUB in no way guarantees the availability of the Website. The availability of the Website and its individual functionalities may be limited, suspended or cancelled at any time. The content of the Website may be changed or removed by the Seller at any time without any notice.

3.12     The User acknowledges that the use of the Website is at the User’s own risk and, to the extent permitted by law, the User accepts full liability and risk of loss arising out of the User’s use of the Website, including, but not limited to, loss of data. To the maximum extent permitted by law, CZUB shall not be liable for any direct, indirect, special, incidental, consequential or punitive damage, or any other damage related to or arising out of the use of the Website, whether arising in contract, statute, tort (including, without limitation, damage arising out of negligence) or otherwise, even if CZUB was or should have been aware of the possibility of such damage.

3.13     The User acknowledges that the content located on the Website may be subject to copyright protection or other intellectual property rights provided by applicable laws. Any use of the copyrighted works available on the Website is prohibited without the express written authorisation of the author or the executor of the economic copyright. Any use of the designations located on the Website is prohibited without the express written consent of CZUB.

3.14     These Terms do not grant the User any license or other authorization to use the designations, copyrighted works or other intellectual property rights used on the Website.

4.           Terms and conditions of the sale

4.1        The Configurator allows the User who intends to purchase a product (the “Customer”) to use an online tool through which the Customer can send a binding order for the configured product in the Configurator directly to the Seller.

4.2        If the Customer chooses to create and send the order for the products, the process of creating the order begins by clicking on the “PROCEED” button. Clicking on that button shall take the Customer to the electronic order basket section (the “Basket”), within which the Customer can further create and send the order for accessories or other additional product services, if available in the Basket. The Customer shall subsequently continue the process of creating the order directly from the Basket by clicking on the “PROCEED TO ORDER” button.

4.3        It shall not be possible to create the order for accessories or other additional product services via the Website without creating the order for the product.

4.4        marked with an asterisk (*) in the order form. The order form shall contain in particular the following information:In the next step, the Customer shall fill in all mandatory fields

(a)      the ordered products;

(b)     the Customer’s name and surname;

(c)      the Customer’s email address;

(d)     the Customer’s telephone number;

(e)      the Customer’s contact address (street, postal code, municipality, postcode and country);

(f)      the business name of a licensed dealer (Federal Firearms License (FFL)) selected by the Customer.

4.5        The Customer shall select and make appropriate arrangements with an FFL dealer located in the US state of the Customer’s residency prior sending the order for the products to the Seller. The Customer shall ensure the selected FFL dealer is willing to perform the transfer of the products ordered by the Customer from the Seller. The Customer shall be liable for paying any fees charged by the FFL dealer under the terms and conditions agreed between the Customer and selected FFL dealer.

4.6        In addition to filling in all mandatory fields marked with an asterisk (*) symbol, in order to continue with the creation of the order, the Customer must check the appropriate box to confirm that he/she has read and understood the Terms and Privacy Policy.

4.7        Clicking on the above button shall complete the process of creating and sending the order. By clicking on the “SEND ORDER”, the Customer acknowledges that the information listed in Article Before sending the order, the Website interface shall provide the Customer with the opportunity to check the binding order and to change the data entered by the Customer in the process of creating the order. The Customer shall send the order to the Seller by clicking on the “SEND ORDER” button. 4.4 of these Terms will be automatically sent to the Seller and CZUB.

4.8        The Customer further acknowledges that by clicking on the “SEND ORDER” button:

(a)      The Customer confirms that he/she is fully entitled to purchase and possess the products ordered from the Seller and the person paying for the products is the same person who will be completing the form 4473 at the selected FFL dealer.

(b)     The Customer has prearranged the transfer of the products ordered from the Seller with the FFL dealer selected by the Customer and agreed on terms and conditions (incl. transfer and/or other fees) of such transfer with such FFL dealer.

(c)      The Customer shall pay the full purchase price for the products to the Seller directly via the payment gateway embedded in the Configurator after the order to the Seller is sent. A purchase contract between the Customer and the Seller shall be concluded when the full purchase price for products is credited to the bank account of the Seller.

(d)     The title to the products does not pass from the Seller to the Customer until such time as the products ordered from the Seller are conveyed to the Customer by the selected FFL dealer in full compliance with federal, state or local applicable law (including any applicable waiting periods).

(e)      The Customer shall take possession of the products ordered from the Seller at the place specified by the FFL dealer selected by the Customer.

(f)      If for any reason, or no reason, the products ordered from the Seller are not transferred by the selected FFL dealer to the Customer within 30 days from the date that the products were received by the FFL dealer selected by the Customer, the Customer shall be deemed to have cancelled the purchase contract and relinquished any and all right to the products and/or any refund of any portion of the purchase price.

4.9        The Seller shall transfer the products ordered by the Customer to the FFL dealer selected by the Customer. The Customer acknowledges that neither the Seller nor CZUB shall be liable, to the maximum amount permitted by applicable law, for any errors concerning the transfer of the products to FFL dealer selected by the Customer.

5.           Personal data protection

5.1        The User/Customer acknowledges that the User/Customer’s personal data may be processed during the User’s visit to the Website. The personal data processing shall be governed by the Privacy Policy and the use of cookies shall be governed by the Cookies Policy.

6.           Contact details

6.1        In case of any questions or complaints regarding these Terms, the User/Customer may contact the Seller by email at: [email protected]; by telephone at: 480 969 1311; or by mail delivered to the address: 110 E. Southern Ave, MESA, AZ 85210, USA . The Seller shall send information on the handling of the User/Customer’s inquiry or complaint to the User/Customer’s email address provided by the User/Customer for this purpose.

7.           Final provisions

7.1        Any relations arising in connection with the User’s access to the Website and/or the purchase contract concluded by and between the Customer and the Seller under these Terms shall be governed by the law of the State of Kansas without regard to conflict of laws.

7.2        The Seller may amend these Terms at any time at its sole discretion. The currently valid version of the Terms is available before entering the Website as well as at the relevant place on the Website.

7.3        If any provision of these Terms is or becomes invalid or ineffective, the provisions whose meaning is as close as possible to the invalid provisions shall apply instead of the invalid provisions. The invalidity or ineffectiveness of one provision shall not affect the validity of the remaining provisions of these Terms.

7.4        These Terms become valid and effective on November 15th 2022

Privacy policy and cookies processing


Privacy policy

1.           Introduction

1.1        This document together with the Cookie Policy (see below) provides for the information on the processing of personal data, including rights related to the processing of personal data of the users of the web application enabling the selection and configuration of products, as well as the creation and sending of non-binding orders for configured or other products, which is located on the website: czconfigurator.com/us/ (the “Configurator””).

1.2        Personal data in relation to the Configurator are processed in accordance with applicable laws, in particular Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation) (“GDPR”).

1.3    Ghost Products, Inc., with its registered office at 110 E. Southern Ave, MESA, AZ 85210, USA ,], ID No.10951428, registered in Arizona, (the “Seller”) is a service provider of the Configurator within the territory of USA (excluding California, New York, New Jersey, Hawaii, Maryland, and Connecticut). The purposes and means of the processing of personal data of the Users are determined by the Seller (if the date are not processed on the basis of the consent granted to the Operator under Article Ghost Products, Inc.1.4 of this Privacy Policy above).

1.4      Česká zbrojovka a.s. with its registered office at Svat. Čecha 1283, 6688 01Uherský Brod, Czech Republic, email address: [email protected], ID No. 463 45 965, registered in the Commercial Register of the Regional Court in Brno, Section B, Insert No. 712 (the “Operator”), ensures the technical operation of the Configurator and does not have any influence on determination of the purposes and means of the processing of personal data of the users of the Configurator (the “Users”), unless the personal data of the Users are processed on a basis of a consent granted to the Operator (Article 6(1)(a) of the GDPR) for marketing purposes. Only in such cases, the Operator acts as a data controller.Česká zbrojovka a.s. with its registered office at Svat. Čecha 1283, 6688 01Uherský Brod, Czech Republic, email address:

1.5        Based on the above, the Distributor acts as a data controller in relation to the data processed in Configurator (if the date are not processed on the basis of the consent granted to the Operator under Article 1.4 of this Privacy Policy above) and the Operator acts as a data processor of the Seller pursuant to separate data processing agreement.

1.6        For the transfer of data, the Seller has concluded the standard contractual clauses with the Operator on the basis of Commission Implementing Decision (EU) 2021/914 of 4 June 2021 on standard contractual clauses for the transfer of personal data to third countries pursuant to GDPR.

2.           Personal data, purpose, legal basis and data controllers

2.1        The personal data of the Users are processed in the Configurator as follows:

Categories of personal data

Purpose

Legal basis

Data controller

Identification data (name, surname, address), Contact data of the User (e-mail and phone contact)

Data on configuration of products by the User (selected customization of the firearm)

Processing is necessary in order to take necessary steps in relation to a purchase of products via Configurator.

Provision of personal data is required in order to enter into the contractual relationship with the Seller.

Art. 6(1)(b) of the GDPR

Seller

Identification data (name, surname, address)

Processing is necessary for compliance with a legal obligation (e.g., accounting laws or applicable firearm legislation).

Provision of personal data is a legal requirement.

Art. 6(1)(c) of the GDPR

Seller

Contact data of the User (e-mail and phone contact) and

Identification (name, surname, address) for sending mail

Sending a commercial communication and informing the User about the other sale offers in respect of the similar products and/or services based on the legitimate interest of the Seller selected by the User legislation).

If the User has not initially opted-out of receiving marketing.

Art. 6(1)(f) of the GDPR

Seller

Data on configuration of products by the User (selected customization of the firearm)

E-mail address of the User

Saving the results of the configuration of products in the Configurator.

Provision of personal data is required in order to save the results of the configuration of products in the Configurator.

Art. 6(1)(b) of the GDPR

Seller

Identification data (name, surname, address) and

E-mail address

Sending a commercial communication and informing the User about the other sale offers based on the consent of the User.

Granting a consent is voluntary and is not a legal requirement, a contractual requirement nor a requirement necessary to enter into any agreement.

Art. 6(1)(a) of the GDPR

Operator

Operating data (Cookies)

Setting up a website and improvement of functions of the Configurator via processing of cookies (the text of the Cookie Policy is available below).

If the legal basis is a consent, granting a consent is voluntary and is not a legal requirement, a contractual requirement nor a requirement necessary to enter into any agreement

Art. 6(1)(f) of the GDPR

(essential cookies)

OR

Art. 6(1)(a) of the GDPR

(other cookies)

Operator

2.2        Automated decision-making including profiling is not applicable in relation to data processing in relation to the Configurator. The Operator also does not use the data for profiling or analysis purposes.

3.           Recipients of personal data

3.1        The personal data of the Users are only made available to the authorised employees of the Seller, Operator and the service providers involved in the technical operation of the Configurator or marketing operations (hosting and maintenance service providers and newsletter providers).

3.2        The personal data of the Users may be anonymised and on the basis of these anonymised data aggregated reports may be generated and sent primarily to companies in the group of the Operator and the Seller for statistical purposes.

3.3        In statutory cases, certain personal data may be disclosed to public authorities on the basis of applicable legislation.

4.           Method of processing and retention period of personal data

4.1        Personal data will be stored securely in electronic or paper form. Personal data may be processed manually or by automated means.

4.2        Personal data will be processed and stored for the period of time stipulated in generally binding legal regulations or for the period of time for which the User has granted their consent to the processing of the data.

4.3        Overview table showing the retention period of personal data:

Category of data

Purpose

Retention period

Identification data of the User, Contact data of the User, Data on configuration of products by the User

Processing in order to take necessary steps in relation to a purchase of products via Configurator.

For the period of 5 years unless the applicable laws provide for a shorter period.

Contact data of the User

Processing is necessary for compliance with a legal obligation.

For the period stipulated pursuant to the applicable laws. For instance, for tax and accounting purposes, the legislation sets a minimum retention period of 5 years.

Operating data

Setting up a website and improvement of functions of the Configurator via processing of cookies

For the period of the granted consent and/or until the consent was revoked by the User. If Operating data are processed based on legitimate interest of the Operator, then for the period necessary to fulfil the purpose of the processing.

Identification data of the User and Contact data of the User

Sending a commercial communication and informing the User about the other sale offers based on the consent of the User.

For the period of the granted consent and/or until the consent was revoked by the User.

Identification data of the User and Contact data of the User

Sending a commercial communication and informing the User about the other sale offers in respect of the similar products and/or services based on the legitimate interest of the Seller.

For the period of 5 years unless the applicable laws provide for a shorter period.

Data on configuration of products by the User and Contact data of the User

Saving the results of the configuration of products in the Configurator.

For the period of 30 days following a day on which the last save of the configuration of products was performed by the User.

5.           Rights of data subjects

5.1        The data subject shall have rights in relation to the processing of personal data which arise under the law and which he or she may exercise at any time with any Controller. These are the right (a) to withdraw consent to the processing of personal data, (b) to access personal data, (c) to have inaccurate personal data rectified and incomplete personal data completed, (d) to have personal data erased if they are no longer necessary in relation to the purposes for which they were collected or otherwise processed or if it is established that they have been unlawfully processed, (e) to restriction of the processing of personal data, (f) to data portability, and (g) the right to object, upon recognition of which the processing of personal data will be terminated, unless it is demonstrated that there are compelling legitimate grounds for the processing which override the interests or rights and freedoms of the data subject, in particular where the ground is the possible exercise of legal claims.

(a)      Right to withdraw consent to the processing of personal data: if your personal data are processed on the basis of your consent, you may withdraw your consent at any time. Withdrawal of consent does not affect the lawfulness of processing based on consent prior to its withdrawal. You can withdraw your consent by using the contact details specified in Articles 5.3 and 5.4 of this Privacy Policy or the hyperlink embedded in the footer of the marketing communication.

(b)     Right to access personal data: you have the right to obtain information about whether your personal data are being processed and the right to access your personal data.

(c)      Right to have inaccurate personal data rectified and incomplete personal data completed: if you believe that your personal data processed are inaccurate or incomplete, you have the right to request their rectification and completion. The rectification or completion will be carried out without undue delay, but always taking into account the technical possibilities.

(d)     Right to erasure: if you request erasure of your personal data, your personal data will be erased if (i) they are no longer necessary in relation to the purposes for which they were collected or otherwise processed, (ii) the processing is unlawful, (iii) you object to the processing and there are no overriding legitimate grounds for the processing of your personal data, or (iv) if such processing is imposed by a statutory obligation.

(e)      Right to restriction of the processing of personal data: if you request a restriction of processing, your personal data will be made inaccessible, temporarily deleted or stored, or other processing operations will be carried out that are necessary for the proper exercise of the asserted right.

(f)      Right to data portability: if you want your personal data which are processed on the basis of your consent or on the basis of taking a pre-contractual measure, to be transferred to you or to a third party, you can exercise your right to data portability. If the exercise of such a right may adversely affect the rights and freedoms of third parties, your request will not be granted.

(g)     Right to object: you have the right to object to the processing of personal data that are processed for the purposes of protecting the legitimate interests of the data controller. If the data controller does not demonstrate a compelling legitimate interest in the processing that overrides the interests or rights and freedoms of the Users, they will terminate the processing without undue delay on the basis of the objection. If the essence of the Users’ objection is against the sending of commercial communication, please use the link at the end of the last commercial communications (newsletter) you received from the data controller to unsubscribe from commercial communications and the processing of personal data for that purpose.

5.2        In the event of repeated or manifestly unfounded requests to exercise the rights referred to above, the data controller may, in accordance with Article 12(5)(a) of the GDPR, charge a reasonable fee, taking into account the administrative costs of providing the information or communication or taking the action requested. You will be informed of that procedure.

5.3        or an email address of the Seller info.configuratorzcustom.cz or the registered of office of.The point of contact in relation to the processing of personal data in the Configurator is the registered office of the Seller

5.4        The point of contact in relation to the data processing based on the consent of the User granted to the Operator (see Article 1.4 of this Privacy Policy above) is the registered office of the Operator or an email address of the Operator [email protected]

5.5        You may also use the contact details under Articles 5.3 and 5.4 of this Privacy Policy to exercise your rights or to obtain further information regarding the standard contractual clauses as set out in Article 1.6 of this Privacy Policy. The Seller and the Operator reserve the right to reasonably verify the identity of the data subject exercising the aforementioned rights.

5.6        The Seller and the Operator may unilaterally amend or supplement this Privacy Policy at any time. In the event of substantial changes to this Privacy Policy affecting the rights of data subjects or the processing of their data, such changes will be communicated to data subjects in good time and in an appropriate manner.

5.7        This Privacy Policy forms an integral part of the purchase contract concluded by and between the User and the Seller via the Configurator.

6.           Effectiveness

6.1        This Privacy Policy becomes valid and effective from 5th September, 2022

6.2        This Privacy Policy was last updated on 5th September, 2022.



Cookies policy

1.           Introduction

1.1        This document governs the cookies policy of Česká zbrojovka a.s. with its registered office at Svat. Čecha 1283, 6688 01Uherský Brod, Czech Republic, email address: [email protected], ID No. 463 45 965, registered in the Commercial Register of the Regional Court in Brno, Section B, Insert No. 712 (the “Operator”), applicable to users - natural persons who browse, read or enter their data on the website https://www.czconfigurator.com/us/ (the “Website”) or provide their data to the Operator through third party websites (the “Policy”).

1.2        The purpose of this Policy is, inter alia, to duly inform the Website users about the use of cookies, the possibility of granting consent to the use of cookies, and the possibility of disabling the use of cookies.

1.3        This Policy, together with the Privacy Policy (see above), describe how the data of the Website users are obtained, collected, processed and used, and how the Operator obtains and processes information about the Website users by means of cookies.

2.           Definition and purpose of cookies

2.1        For the purposes of this Policy, ‘cookies’ mean cookie files and other similar technologies (such as pixel tags, web beacons or device identifiers) that may automatically collect information when you visit the Website. Information collected in this way may include browser type, operating system, referring URL, information about activities on the Website, and the dates and times of individual visits to the Website. Cookies thus help to provide, protect and improve the services offered.

2.2        Cookies in particular:

(a)      serve for efficient navigation on the Website, personalisation, saving preferences and generally improving the user’s experience of the Website; and

(b)     allow to distinguish whether a particular user has visited the Website in the past or is a new visitor and to assist in recording statistics about visitors to the Website.

2.3        Operators will only use some of the cookies if a visitor to the Website has granted their consent to the use of cookies in accordance with Clause 5.1 of this Policy.

2.4        The specific purposes for which cookies are used are set out below in Clause 4 of this Policy.

3.           Types of cookies 

3.1        In general, cookies can be divided on the basis of a number of criteria:

(a)      According to who creates and processes cookies, cookies can be divided into:

(i)      first party cookies, which are created directly by websites or scripts on the same domain. They are most often used to provide the basic functionality of the Website;

(ii)     third party cookies are created by other websites. These websites own some content on the website you visit, such as advertisements, images or videos.

(b)     According to their durability, cookies can also be divided into:

(i)      session cookies are temporary and are stored on the device only until the user finishes working with the web browser, and are deleted after closing it. These cookies are essential for the proper functionality of the website or associated applications;

(ii)     permanent cookies are used for easier and more convenient navigation on the website (e.g. easier and faster navigation). These cookies remain in the browser for a longer period or until they are manually deleted. The length of this period may depend on the selected web browser settings.

(c)      According to their intended use, cookies can be divided into:

(i)      strictly necessary cookies (essential), which are necessary for the operation of the website. These include, for example, cookies that allow the user to log into secure parts of the website. These cookies do not collect information about users that could be used for marketing purposes or to remember what websites users have visited in the Internet environment;

(ii)     performance/statistical cookies are used to improve the functioning of the website. These cookies collect information about how visitors use the website, e.g. which websites visitors go to most often and whether they receive error messages from the website. Performance cookies allow us to record and count the number of visitors to the website, which allows us to track how visitors use the website. These cookies do not collect personally identifiable information about the user. The information collected by these cookies is aggregated and anonymous;

(iii)   functional cookies facilitate the control and improve the functions of the website. They are used to activate specific website functions (e.g. video playing) and to set them according to the user’s preferences (e.g. language). Functional cookies are also used to remember preferences for the next time the user visits the website. However, they do not collect information that can identify the user;

(iv)   targeted and advertising cookies (profiling) are used to track preferences and to send advertising messages in accordance with those preferences.

4.           Cookies used

4.1        The following types of cookies are used on the Website:

Name

Purpose

Expiry

Targeting cookie SID

The purpose of the cookie is to provide ad delivery or retargeting and fraud prevention.

1 year

langAbbr

The purpose of the cookie is to store the user’s localization and mutation preference.

99 days

ageVerified

The purpose of the cookie is to state that the client has confirmed the age.

99 days

nette-samesite

The purpose of the cookie is to provide security for cross-site request forgery attack.

During a session

Analytics Google: (_gat, _gid, _gat)

This cookie anonymously collects statistical data about how visitors behave on the Website.

To disable the cookie, click here.

1 day up to 2 years

Hotjar: (_hj*)

This cookie creates a user ID that is unique to the Website. It also ensures that data from subsequent visits to the Website is assigned to the same user ID.

365 days

4.2        Further information about our cookies and an up-to-date list of cookies is available within individual web browsers, most often in the Developer Tools section.

5.           Consent  and rejection of cookies

5.1        which process personal data requires the user’s consent, which the user grants by ticking the designated checkbox contained in the cookie bar (available HERE), If the user does not grant their consent to the use of cookies, the Operator will not use cookies on the Website in relation to the user that are not necessary for the functioning of the Website (i.e. essential cookies). Essential cookies can be disabled in the settings of the browser used. Please note that if you use your browser settings to disable essential cookies, you may not be able to access the Website or certain parts of the Website, or the Website may not function properly.The use of cookies

5.2        Users may change their browser settings at any time and reject/remove or allow the use of cookies. The specific procedure differs from browser to browser, so please refer to your browser’s help for further information. For the most common browsers these are:

(a)      Chrome

(b)     Firefox

(c)      MS Internet Explorer / Edge

(d)     Safari

(e)      Opera

5.3        Rejecting or removing cookies may lead to the Website or some of its services not functioning properly and may have an adverse effect on your user experience. Areas of the Website that could use third party content and related cookies will not be available.

6.           Information sharing

6.1        In order to manage the Website or to carry out marketing activities on behalf of the Operator, the Operator may share information obtained through cookies with third parties. Personal data may be provided to the following categories of recipients:

(a)      IT companies administering the Website;

(b)     Other companies from the business group of the Operator.

7.           Useful links

7.1        Many third-party applications allow users to block or manage cookies. Users can also delete cookies that were previously stored on their device by deleting their browsing history or through third party applications.

7.2        For more information about applications that allow users to block or manage cookies and other useful information about cookies, please see, for example, the following websites:

(a)      www.aboutcookies.org;

(b)     www.allaboutcookies.org;

(c)      www.youronlinechoices.eu.

7.3        If you have any questions about cookies, you can contact us by e-mail at [email protected]

8.           Final provisions

8.1        The Operator may unilaterally amend or supplement this Policy at any time. In the event of any amendment to this Policy, the Operator shall notify the users of such amendment in sufficient time and in an appropriate manner so that the users have an objective opportunity to familiarise themselves with such amendment.

8.2        This Policy comes into force and effect on 5th September, 2022.

8.3        This Policy was last updated on 5th September, 2022.

Privacy policy and cookies processing for marketing purposes

Personal data controller:

Česká zbrojovka a.s., registered office: Svat. Čecha 1283, 688 27 Uherský Brod
Director of Marketing and Customer Support division, email:
 [email protected]

You hereby give consent to Česká zbrojovka a.s. (the “Controller”) to process your personal data in accordance with the Regulation of the European Parliament and Council (EU) 2016/679, on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (GDPR), under the conditions below.

The purpose of the processing is:

·        the sending of advertising messages related to the business activities of Česká zbrojovka a.s. at the request of the personal data subject.

·        We shall process your personal data to the extent of your email address that we shall retain for as long as you are interested in us sending you advertising messages. You may withdraw your consent at any time by clicking a link in the advertising message sent.

Personal details processed for this purpose shall not be transferred to any other recipient apart from the provider of emailing services that is in a contractual relationship with Česká zbrojovka a.s. and that has pledged to protect personal details at the same level as prescribed by this document at the very least.

You have the right to:

·        withdraw your consent at any time by a written notice delivered to the controller,

·        request access to your personal details,

·        request the rectification of inaccurate personal data (should you believe the personal data processed to be inaccurate),

·        request the erasure of your personal data, or alternatively request the personal data be limited,

·        lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority.

Your requests shall always be duly assessed and dealt with in accordance with the relevant provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation.

Contact information

Full Name:Ghost Products, Inc. Address:10 E Southern Ave Mesa, AZ, 85210-8740, United States Contact Person:Angus Hobdel E-mail:[email protected] Web:https://cz-usa.com/ Phone Number480 969 1311