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Offline Haole

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CZ .22 Pistols from the Old Days
« on: June 05, 2019, 04:29:02 AM »
Where can I find information about .22 CZ pistols. Googling only leads me to the CZ75 and kadet conversion (which I covet) but I would also be interested in any inter-war or post war .22s they might have manufactured. Color me curious in Honolulu. Thanks

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Re: CZ .22 Pistols from the Old Days
« Reply #1 on: June 06, 2019, 10:26:56 AM »
Regarding war time pistols, the book 'Know your Czechoslovakian Pistols' has this to say about the CZ 27: "The only two major variations are very rare models, made in caliber .22 long rifle and a variation made to use the silencer."

Post war, the book "Czech Firearms and ammunition" mentions a CZ 448 semi-auto pistol in 5.6mm(.22).  There are other Czech made .22 pistols that are single shot target types, the Drulov being one.

Hope this helps.
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