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CZ VZOR 70 32 ACP (Southern Ohio Gun)

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Anyone wanting a good Walther PP clone need look no furtherthan the VZOR CZ. This gun worked well, took down about aseasily using the button just above the front of the trigger guardon the right side, and shot with reasonable accuracy. Both magshad that extension, and a slick full-coverage holster came withthe package.

CZ VZOR 70 32 ACP (Southern Ohio Gun)

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Home Defense
Concealed Carry
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This gun looked much like the Walther, and its fit and finish were quite good. However, a side-by-side examination of the two will quickly show the differences. The CZ had more weight up forward in its slide, and a vastly different contour to its back strap, which was actually formed by the plastic grips. (The PP’s back strap was steel. The smaller Walther PPK had its rear grip formed by plastic panels.) The CZ’s grip felt square, and until we fired the gun we didn’t much care for it. On the range, we found the CZ to be an extremely comfortable gun to fire, with all ammo tried. With its grip shape the firing hand doesn’t really touch the sides of the grip, just the front and back. That means the odd “checkering” didn’t matter, except for looks.

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