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Offline Viking76

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Re: Cz 26
« Reply #15 on: November 15, 2019, 03:54:10 PM »
Have been checking on gunbroker and it seems the vz 27 is a easier cz gun to find than vz 22. There is a dealer at my local gun show that has a  excellent condition cz 52 torkarev all matching numbers and original holster for $400. Should i grab it? Is the price right?

Offline rdcinhou

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Re: Cz 26
« Reply #16 on: November 15, 2019, 06:59:22 PM »
Have been checking on gunbroker and it seems the vz 27 is a easier cz gun to find than vz 22. There is a dealer at my local gun show that has a  excellent condition cz 52 torkarev all matching numbers and original holster for $400. Should i grab it? Is the price right?

If it is still 7.62 Tokarev and has the original finish (Parkerized), I would say "Yes".

If it was converted to 9 mm or has been refinished in any way--skip it.

If you do end up buying it, be sure to read the threads on the forum regarding what to do and what not to do.

Be sure to do the "pencil test" on the decocker BEFORE relying on it while in Condition 1.  You do know it has both a safety AND a decocker (same lever)?

Field stripping is easy.  Reassembling requires some finesse.

It is a JOY to shoot!

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