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Here are pics from an online seller:

The top gun is the CZ-50; the bottom gun is the CZ-70, a 'slightly modified' successor. They are in 32ACP, and were Czech police issue. My guess is that the significant change in the -70 is the shape of the backstrap, and that it was done to reduce the incidence of slices in the web of the thumb.
 

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Love those CZs , and far too many people under rate the 32acp.

I dang sure dont want to get shot with one.:eek:

I carry one (P32 Keltec) daily as a bug, in my pocket,
Weighs 6 oz , empty.:cool:

Potent round.



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Amen to that my friend...

I own One .32 ACP...a Kel Tec P32 ( 1st Gen )





and Two .380 ACP's...A Colt Model 1908...and a Walther PPK/s...









With todays ammo...deadly as sin!!
 

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Very nice pistolas compadres. I had a couple of the CZ 70s. They were good shooting pistolas. However, they got traded. Didn't have much interest in the .32 acp. Tried the Kel Tex P32 and the Taurus TCP .32. Found them to be nice to carry, but hard to hit anything with them. Both were totally reliable. Don't have amy .32s or .380s right now. But I have been thinking about an LCP for awhile.
 

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Pancho, by the looks of the sights, especially on the CZ-50, it must be a point-and-shoot gun. From close in.
 

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Yea VT...any firearm that small in stature...with those "bumps" for sights...

IS gonna be a Belly Gun...point and shoot at danger close distance...and hardly a range piece.

Though the rounds themselves...when pushed from longer barrels...can and will hit at distance...aimed, of course.

( The Kel Tec .32's that Jim and I have carried are very reliable. )
 

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I had a CZ-82 that always went bang. Sold it for around $150 more than I paid for it. Had an old CZ-75 that also was a good shooter. The new CZ 75b isn't as good from what I have seen.
I have thought a few times about getting a .32 for a bug.
 

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.32acp ammo was very popular 75 years ago, now not so much. It's often more expensive than 9mm, but the pistols are very interesting nevertheless. They are soft shooting and as mentioned above, I would not like to get shot with one.
 

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Back when all the talk was stopping power, the 32 acp had equal record to the 380 using Winchester Silvertip.;)
 
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