Early CZECH CZ 27
Guns International #: 101114420 Seller's Inventory #: ICN7833
Category: CZ Pistols - .32 Pistols
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Seller: Hoosier Armory
Member Since: 9/10/15
Country: United States
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We have an early 1941 production, .32 ACP, 98% blue, beautiful, two-toned, mint CZ 27 (vz. 27) Pistol. Serial Number: 30,688. This is the high polish variant, made to the highest quality. The finish on early CZ 27 pistols, with serial numbers ranging from 20,500 to 230,000, was bright blue. As the production progressed, the finish changed to dull blue, then to half blue and half phosphate, and finally to all phosphate. This pistol displays a Nazi-German Military “eagle/WaA 76” WaffenAmt acceptance mark (on right frame, top slide, and barrel). The barrel is stamped with an “eagle clutching a swastika” German Military test proof mark. The top of the slide is marked “BÖHMISCHE WAFFENFABRIK A.G. IN PRAG” (?eská zbrojovka [CZ] in Prague) followed by the Nazi proof and serial number. Left side of the slide is marked “Pistole Modell 27 Kal. 7,65”. All the numbered parts are matching (right on frame, top of slide, left on side plate, and on barrel). In March 1939, Germany occupied all of Czechoslovakia, and in early 1941, all CZ 27 pistol production was diverted to the German war effort. Czechoslovak sources put the beginning serial number of German Military production at 20,500 (the serial number of our early pistol is 30,688). Between 620,000 and 650,000 CZ 27 pistols were manufactured in total, 452,500 of those under German occupation. The pistol is complete with an original factory magazine stamped on the bottom of the base “P. Mod. 27”. This pistol has the original high polish blue finish, strawed small parts (straw color is generous), and is fitted with original one piece checkered Bakelite (early plastic) excellent grips with no cracks or chips, with the “?Z” logos molded on the top. What makes this pistol so attractive is that the slide has turned a very nice reddish plum color that makes this pistol very attractive and appealing to the eye. This is a rather common WW2 German-issued pistol in uncommonly nice condition. CZ 27 was one of the most widely-issued non-German pocket pistols of WW2. They are extremely well-made and overbuilt. While most CZ 27 variants are quite common, it is difficult to find early pistols like this one in such exceptional condition. The pistol is housed in an original leather flap holster.
Serial Number: 30688