1939-1940, Czech vz24

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1939-1940, Czech vz24

Post by Mac#3 » 29 Sep 2019 21:37

I found a Czech vz24, 1939-1940 serial #, marked as BR-4713 for Sale to Romania.
Stamped on barrell , near muzzle is:
C.S.I. Georgia. M 3
VZ 24 8mm. Czecho
What could the "Georgia" reference mean?

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Re: 1939-1940, Czech vz24

Post by Mac#3 » 29 Sep 2019 21:39

Not CSI, but C. A. I.

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Re: 1939-1940, Czech vz24

Post by Poot » 30 Sep 2019 04:58

C.A.I. = Century Arms International, a very large and well known importer of foreign military surplus rifles for the USA market. Georgia is Century's location, and your neighbor,...but you knew that ;)

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Re: 1939-1940, Czech vz24

Post by Hisname » 30 Sep 2019 13:27

There is in the state of Georgia, not the Republic of Georgia.

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