German Contract CZ 27 Rig, 6-Tone

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Picked up a very decent Czech Pistole Modell 27 with Nazi Waffenamt and a 1941 dated holster. Seems to be about a 95% specimen. Wish the holster flap still had the pinned Luftwaffe Eagle emblem... drat.

Oh. You're wondering about the six tone, eh? [wink]

In the dim light of the basement gun shop, it looked like a uniformly dull grey pistol, much like it does in the first set of pictures taken in indirect daylight. But gaze upon the gun in the direct sunlight as in the final photos, and it has:

1. Plum slide
2. Military blue side plate
3. In-the-white barrel and grip screws
4. Straw trigger and hammer
5. Dark brown grips
6. Parkerized grey frame.

Six tones! OK, so I've embellished a little about my mid-war production, Dual-Tone CZ 27. But it sure is a purdy pistol.

Pics, and thanks for looking.

-Matt


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Nice piece. I had one a few years ago, a wartime gun but without E/S's. The CZ27 is about as simple as a Makarov, and just as easy to take down to the last pins. I sold mine only out of boredom with it, and as with most of the guns I've ever sold, I regret parting with it. Solid, reliable gun.
 
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