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ronz
June 1, 2012, 02:21 AM
Just got a cz-24 the reseller was told it was a bring back and that is all of the history that I know about it
manufactured in 1937
Thought the marks might have been a machining error at first but after blowing up a pic
I think it may have been put on there by someone
But will never know by who or why
http://i618.photobucket.com/albums/tt263/ronzxcvb/cz240583.jpg

James K
June 1, 2012, 08:20 PM
More likely what we used to call "barrel wear", marks picked up from bouncing around in a barrel. They look like they might have been made by the edge of a slide where the cocking striations are, maybe on a P.38 or a Radom.

(Yes, a symbol of six dead Nazis would be more romantic, but the idea of notching grips has been much overplayed.)

Jim

gyvel
June 1, 2012, 09:03 PM
They almost look like checkering overruns. LOL

ronz
June 2, 2012, 12:02 AM
Didn’t think they would have been a count when I first saw then because they were on a weird angle and not the same length they end in a sort of half circle but they didn’t line up with the serrations on the grip so that pretty much ruled out a mistake in manufacturing too me
But rubbing on something in a crate that’s round and serrated does seem like a more likely scenario that I didn’t consider