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Mfg Item #: VZOR 70 : VZ70 : CZ70
NOTE: This is a used surplus handgun Graded Good by the Importer. Expect finish wear, scratches, dings, etc... (See additional photos of samples from batch)
Note: C&R Eligible, This batch is dated 1971 or 1972
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VZOR 70 was developed especially for police in former Czechoslovakia in Strakonice by the Kratochvil brothers. Later this model was also produced in Uhersky Brod. Introduced in 1970, this new model was an improvement upon the successful and widely used VZ50. Like its predecessor, the VZ70 is compact, ergonomic, and reliable. It would see service worldwide and was in use well into the 1990s where large numbers of this model were used in the Balkan conflict.
Chambered in 7.65×17 Browning caliber ( known in the U.S. as .32 A.C.P. ). Highly influenced by the Walther PP in design, the VZ50 is similar to the Walther in appearance but had several differences in safety and disassembly. In the early 1970s, the basic design went through a minor face-lift, and the “new” design received the designation of Vz.70. The magazine release button is located relatively high on the left side of the frame, behind the trigger.
1 X 8 Round Mag...
Made in Czechoslovakia.