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The CZ 52 is a semi-automatic pistol that was originally designed and manufactured in Czechoslovakia in the 1950s. It was developed as a replacement for the Czech military's outdated pistol, the CZ 27. The CZ 52 was used by the Czechoslovakian military and police forces until the country's dissolution in 1993, and many were also exported to other countries.
The CZ 52 features a roller-locking system that reduces recoil and makes the pistol more controllable during firing. It is chambered in the 7.62x25mm Tokarev cartridge, which is known for its high velocity and penetration capabilities. The pistol has a single-action trigger and a manual safety, and its magazine holds 8 rounds.
The CZ 52 has a unique appearance with its fixed barrel and slide that rides inside the frame rails, and it has a reputation for being a reliable and accurate firearm. However, it is important to note that the CZ 52 is a surplus firearm, and as such, it may require maintenance and repair to ensure its continued reliability and safety.
Overall, the CZ 52 is a unique and historically significant firearm that is popular among collectors and enthusiasts.
The finish on the slide of this weapon has been stripped off and there is a bit of discoloration deep on the slide. The weapon comes with 1 magazine.
|Barrel Length||4.75 BARREL|
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