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looking at a cz24 a local dealer has, it has uncheckered walnut grips. is that correct. all matching # s, finish ok. comes with a nice german 42 P27 marked holster. may go take a second look at it tomorow


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You really don't give us much to go on! Condition of both is really important. A Serial Number and description of the proof marks and dates could shed a little more light, too.

A nice holster--properly marked could go over $100.

The gun..depending on condition, could go about $400 if quite nice? less if badly worn..etc

At the asking price, I think I would just buy it...

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I'm with Orv. Based on the limited information given, I think I would buy it too. The sum of the parts sounds like it should be worth more than $260 plus tax if any.
 

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took another look today, ser # 56181, front of grip strap, 2D 1218. top of slide has writing and ser #. frame and side plate match slide. several markings on gun cz27, J (a lion) 27. unmarked mag. holster is black, wafen Waa75 1942 P.Mod.27. holster in prety good condition, gun has some finish wear, maybe 75% left

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J lion 27 is Czech Army acceptance. 27 = 1927. 2D 1218 means: 2nd Light Artillery Regiment, weapon Nr. 1218. 2nd Artillery was located in Plzen (Pilsen, the town I was born and still live there), commanding officer Hugo RAKUSAN. Plzen was liberated May 6th 1945 by U.S. Army (2nd Infantry "Indianhead", 16th Armored ). Nice!
 
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Hey Jan
one more thing, did the 15 th Infantry Regiment,figth on the side of the germany
and if so should the pistol have waffenampt proof on it
thank you for your help. sorry about take over this post. the cz-24 is in 80%condition is it still a collectible pistol. it is preic at $245.00


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No one Czech soldier fight on side the Germans. Our country was occupied (Protektorat Böhmen und Mähren), Army disarmed and dissolved. Under German rule was founded "Government Army" (Vladni vojsko)later (1944) deployed in Italy. Most of "Government soldiers" overrun to Italy partisans.
 

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We should all remember Jan's words "No one Czech soldier fight on side the Germans. Our country was occupied (Protektorat Böhmen und Mähren), Army disarmed and dissolved"

I am reminded of an old gentleman I rode on a plane with from Zurich to Warsaw 3 years ago who told me "Remember, for Poland the Second World War just ended" Brave people have surviived great evil.
 
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