We have a 1954-production, full rig, 7.62x25 Tokarev, very accurate, fun-to-shoot CZ 52 (vz. 52) pistol in great condition, with minor holster wear. Comes with an original brown leather holster for the CZ 52, three (3) factory eight-round magazines, extra grips, and all essential spare parts that cost over $150. Serial Number: D 12053. All serial numbers match. The slide and frame have a steel grey finish with just minor wear. The barrel has a perfect bore. The plastic original grips are in great condition with just minor scratches. Bore is clean and shows strong rifling. The leather holster is like new with only minor wear. Regarding markings, note the year of manufacture – 54 (1954), and the “crossed swords” mark of the Czechoslovak Military on the right side of frame above the trigger guard. Note “rid” on the left side of frame – military code of Česká Zbrojovka Factory (civilian arms were marked Česká Zbrojovka Strakonice or possibly the acronym ČZS). The letter “T” inside a circle on the barrel above the serial number is the Czechoslovak Military (Tormentační) proof mark proof mark. The CZ 52 (also known by the Czechoslovak military designations vz. 52, for (vz. - vzor = model) “model of 1952”) is a semi-automatic pistol designed by two brothers, Jan and Jaroslav Kratochvíl, in the early 1950s for the Czechoslovak military. Around 200,000 vz. 52 pistols were made by Česká Zbrojovka in Strakonice from 1952 to 1954. Before standardizing on the 7.62×25mm vz. 52, the Czechoslovak military used several domestic and foreign pistol models in three different calibers. After 30 years of military service, the vz. 52 was eventually replaced by the 9×18mm Makarov caliber vz. 82.
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