Original Factory Wood Stock for the CZ SA. vz. 24 Sub Gun Czechoslovakia - Nice Condition!
What you see in the photos is what you will receive. Two units available; select the one you want (Lot A or B).
Original wood and metal stock that is detachable.
Note the factory stamp/serial number.
Original patina on metal.
Items are in GOOD condition.Price:
$100$65/shipped each Priority Mail (Or Best Offer)
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The initial production form became the Sa vz. 23 (also known as the "vz. 48a") and this was noted for its solid, fixed wooden shoulder stock and support for the 9x19mm cartridge. The standard magazine was a 24- or 40-round capacity magazine. The Sa vz. 23 quickly established itself as the standard-issue SMG for the Czech Army during 1951-1952.
The Sa vz. 24 (vz. 48a./52) followed in retaining the wooden stock but was chambered for the 7.62x25mm Tokarev cartridge instead. The pistol grip was also slanted ever-so lightly forwards. The change in cartridge allowed a 32-round capacity magazine to be used. The Sa vz. 24 was adopted as the standard-issue SMG of the Czech Army when it became available.
This submachine gun series saw considerable exposure throughout the early-Cold War years and was featured in the fighting in Cuba and Rhodesia for its time in history. In the latter, it was slightly modified and known as the "Rhogun". The design also influenced the local Sanna 77 SMG series.
The Sa 24 (vz. 48a/52) corresponds to the Sa.23, using a fixed wood stock and firing 7.62×25mm Tokarev ammunition. Can be visually distinguished from Sa.23 as it has a slightly forwards-slanted pistol grip and ammunition magazine, though the main receiver and other components are otherwise visibly identical. It was issued with 32-round magazines.Specifications:
Weight: 1.28 lbs
Country Czech Republic
Finish Original Finish
Manufacturer CZ, Ceská Zbrojovka Brno
Color Oiled Wood