Czech VZOR-70 Review. TOPICS: budget guns cz surplus guns. Posted By: The Armed Lutheran August 3, 2012. Developed for police use in what was then Czechoslovakia, this 7.65mm (.32 Auto) caliber single/double action pistol replaced the VZOR-50 in 1970 and was the standard sidearm of Czech military and police until 1983. It’s based on the …
Used by: Czech Republic police
Ceska Zbrojovka Vzor 70. After almost buying the Hungarian FEG model 32 from Centerfire Systems, I stumbled across the Ceska Zbrojovka Vzor 70 more commonly known as the CZ 70. It seemed to have all the qualities I was looking for:
Introduction to the CZ-50 / CZ-70 pistol. Background, markings, differences between the CZ-50 and CZ-70. Its real name is the Česká Zbrojovka vzor 50, usually shortened to ČZ vz. 50. Česká Zbrojovka is Czech for ”Czech Armory”.
70. On top of all the nostalgia and ambiance these pistols have, they’re well made, reliable, and good shooters, or so they seem. The Česká Zbrojovka vzor 70, or commonly the CZ 70, is a well
Anyone wanting a good Walther PP clone need look no furtherthan the VZOR CZ. This gun worked well, took down about aseasily using the button just above the front of the trigger guardon the right side, and shot with reasonable accuracy. Both magshad that extension, and a slick full-coverage holster came withthe package.
A friend of mine inherited one of the little pistols. It’s a CZ. Marked Vzor (Model?) 70. Cal 7.65.