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[Auction] CZ-70 .32 ACP Pistols, Surplus - Made in Czechoslovakia - Gunsmith Special Lot of 21

Availability: Out of stock

  |  Item #: HGN-AUC-CZ-70-P-GUNSMITH-LOT

MPN: CZ70P
 

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Specifications

Product Specs .32 ACP Caliber Czech Made Semi-Auto Blued Finish
Country of Manufacture Czech Republic
License Requirement FFL
Manufacturer Czech Republic
Mfg. Part Number CZ70P
UPC No
Caliber/Gauge .32 ACP
Action Semi Automatic
Barrel Length 3.78
Threaded Barrel No
Condition Surplus / Used
Free Shipping No

[Auction] CZ-70 .32 ACP Pistols, Surplus - Made in Czechoslovakia - Gunsmith Special Lot of 21

Availability: Out of stock

  |  Item #: HGN-AUC-CZ-70-P-GUNSMITH-LOT

MPN: CZ70P

AUCTION DETAILS: This is for a lot of 21 pistols/frames in varying states of completeness. There are also 3 slides and a full bag of additional parts.

CZ-70 .32 ACP Pistol, Semi-Auto, Traditional Double Action, With one 8 Round Mag... Surplus - Made in Czechoslovakia.

The small, pocket-sized Vz.70  (known commercially as the CZ-70) was developed originally during the late 1940s for police use as the CZ-50 and was chambered in the marginally 7.65×17 Browning caliber (known in the U.S. as .32 A.C.P.). Highly influenced by the Walther PP in design, the Vz.50 was similar to the Walther in appearance but had several differences in safety and disassembly. In the early 1970s, the basic design went through 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.

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Brutus' Description

Many Vz.50 pistols were refurbished to Vz.70 standard, with a different finish, grip panels, and a slightly different safety lever. New Vz.70 pistols were also manufactured between 1970 and 1983. After the replacement in service of the older Vz.50 and Vz.70 by more modern 9mm Vz.82 pistol; most were sold as surplus as the Cz-50 and Cz-70, respectively. CZ-50 .32 ACP Pistol, Semi-Auto, Traditional Double Action, With one 8 Round Mag, surplus - Made in Czechoslovakia.

 Vz.70 (Cz-70) pistols are similar to the CZ-50, with minor differences in the finish, shape of the safety lever and grips. The manual safety is a lever at the left side of the frame, behind the trigger guard. To set on safe: pull the lever down; if the hammer was cocked, it will be automatically brought down to rest. To disengage safety: push the lever up; a red dot will appear on the frame.

The pistol seen and being purchased through this ad is the CZ-70. 

How to field-strip (disassemble) Cz-50 and Cz-70 pistol: From Modernfirearms.net: 1) remove the magazine by pressing the magazine release button; 2) check that the chamber is empty; 3) push the disassembly button, located at the right side of the frame, above the front of the trigger-guard; 4) while holding the disassembly button, retract the slide all the way back, raise the rear part of the slide off the rails, then slowly release it forward and off the barrel; 5) remove the return spring from the barrel
Reassemble in reverse order

Specifications

Product Specs .32 ACP Caliber Czech Made Semi-Auto Blued Finish
Country of Manufacture Czech Republic
License Requirement FFL
Manufacturer Czech Republic
Mfg. Part Number CZ70P
UPC No
Caliber/Gauge .32 ACP
Action Semi Automatic
Barrel Length 3.78
Threaded Barrel No
Condition Surplus / Used
Free Shipping No

Manufacturer's Description

CZ-70 .32 ACP pistols, semi-Auto, traditional double action, with one 8 round mag - made in Czechoslovakia.

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