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Make: Ceska Zbrojovka (CZ)
Serial Number: g11307
Year of Manufacture: 1953
Caliber: 7.62mmx25 Tokarev
Action Type: Single Action, Roller-Locked, Semi-Auto with Removable Magazine
Markings: The left side of the frame is marked “G 11307 rid” and the rib on the top of the slide is also marked “G 11307”. The right side of the frame has a Crossed Swords, and “53” date code. The barrel “G 11307”.
Barrel Length: 4 3/4”
Sights / Optics: The front sight is a blade integral to the top of the rib in the slide. The rear sight is a flat topped "U"-notch dovetailed into the top rear of the slide.
Stock Configuration & Condition: The grips are serrated reddish brown plastic that are held in place with a steel clip around the back of the grips. The grips show light handling wear with scattered minor marks. There is dried cosmoline in the serrations, they are well defined. There are no chips or cracks. Overall, the grips are in about Very Good condition.
Type of Finish: Parkerized
Finish Originality: Original
Bore Condition: The bore is mostly bright, the rifling is sharp. There is some light erosion in the bore.
Overall Condition: The handgun retains about 93% of its metal finish. The finish is slightly thinning at most edges. There are some scattered light nicks and dings. The pinheads range from unmarred to lightly tool marked but not peened. Most markings are clear aside from the previously mentioned faded marking that is difficult to make out. Overall, this pistol is in about Very Fine condition.
Box, Paperwork & Accessories: This pistol comes in a CZ-52 leather flap holster with storage for the included extra magazine (total of two) and cleaning rod. The holster has a faded stamp on the inside of the flap. The holster shows scattered light wear, discoloration from oil on the flap, and intact stitching, in about Very Good condition. The magazines have operational wear with intact feed lips and strong springs, in about Very Good condition.
|Frame Material||NOT SPECIFIED|
|Slide Material||NOT SPECIFIED|
|Barrel Length||4.7 BARREL|
|Receiver Material||NOT SPECIFIED|
|Receiver Finish||NOT SPECIFIED|
WARNING! This product contains chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information: www.p65warnings.ca.gov
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