The Spitfire was a handgun manufactured by UK-based firearms company JSL Ltd.
The Spitfire was a copy of the popular Czech CZ 75 pistol, manufactured in Hereford, England. The Spitfire had ambidextrous safety, a modified hammer and rubber grips. The frame was made of stainless steel. It was made in 3 different calibres: 9x19mm, .40 S&W and 9x21mm. Variants included the Mk.I, the improved Mk.II, the Mk.II Short and the Mk.II Competition. An extremely limited number of these pistols were made, and manufacture ceased after the Firearms Act 1997 was enforced in the UK. As such, the Spitfire is thought to be one of the rarest CZ 75 copies in the world.