Saw a CZ70 .32acp today for $235.00. I thought that price wasn't too bad. What do you guys think?
7.62X25 is correct. The ones I am looking at is the one above. It is a true Chinese Military pistol. Safety is just like on my Glocks.@OldOutlaw Very Similar to the Zastava M57, I have shot both and they handle exactly the same. It has been awhile so not sure if they can use the same mags, but I'm leaning towards no without looking them up. The Chinese ones share mags with Russian, Hungarian, polish etc. - Yugo have always been a bit different.
The round itself is a nasty one. If you can get it for a decent price I think you would enjoy it. Kirk has a chinese pistol for sale I believe, or it was, but not sure which at this point and too lazy to look it up lol.
I have the full size and got for less than half that price. I really like it to. @undeRGRound has the competition version I believe. Really nice guns. ajole has/had the polymer one and had issues. I would really like to look at it and see if I could get it to run for him. That's probably the only one I've personally heard of thats had issues.Speaking of Tanfoglio, saw this for sale at a new pawn shop in town. Witness steel compact in 10mm. https://eaacorp.com/product/tanfoglio-witness-compact/ It was new in the box asking $750.00. Fits my hand like a glove! Been wanting one for awhile.
I would say around $300 in mil-surp condition with 1 mag.7.62X25 is correct. The ones I am looking at is the one above. It is a true Chinese Military pistol. Safety is just like on my Glocks.
Do you have a price estimate for one as I describe?
Yea I saw that. But the importer of this batch has all the nicest ones. And, rated as Very Good to Excellent for the same price. Boy I'm tempted!I would say around $300 in mil-surp condition with 1 mag.
Aimsurplus actually has some for $350ish.
For one in perfect condition with box etc is way more.
I have no ammo for it. That is holding me back a bit tonight.@OldOutlaw If you want one, jump on it. Less and less Chinese stuff to be found as the years keep going by.
Your going to love the round it fires. I had a Yugo one YEARS ago, no idea why I ever got rid of it... Think through my whole life, and I'm in my 50's, I've sold or traded a total of 5...
I've never handled the Chinese version. The other versions yes and they are fun shooters. Loud but soft shooters with a hell of a flame coming out. Each one I bought I got the wolff spring kits for with the new mag springs also. And new firing pins off ebay.
They're weird guns. I have a Romanian, and waited too long to get the $80/1040 round cases.I have no ammo for it. That is holding me back a bit tonight.