Anyone own a Zastava M70 .32ACP pistol?
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    Anyone own a Zastava M70 .32ACP pistol?

    Good, bad? AIM has them for $179.95. I've sound some Youtube videos on them.

    https://aimsurplus.com/yugoslavian-z...32-acp-pistol/


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    No but now I kinda want one for my .32 collection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snakebite View Post
    No but now I kinda want one for my .32 collection.
    If you collect .32's, you kind of need to have this one. I'm just interested in how it handles.

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    I have one. It is heavy for a little .32 gun. It is like a baby Tokarev. Disassembles kind of like a 1911.
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    If you're a collector, then don't hesitate to get one. I wouldn't get one to carry, but it's fun to shoot (like almost all guns).
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    I bought mine for around $200 too, the grip spring retainer broke right away.

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    I think the Beretta 81 is a better deal all the way around. If you plan on using it for a carry piece, you would be better off with a kel tec p32.

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    I have bought the surplus Beretta 81 for $250.00 after shipping, and the M70 for about $225.000 after shipping here in the last couple of months. I love them both for what they are and their place in my colleciton, but if I was to carry one (and do not plan on it) the Beretta is a nicer one.

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    Loaded with a sized 00 buckshot and HP38 is tons of fun!

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    Thank you everyone. I bought one and I'll be taking it to the range soon.

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    I've been meaning to get one of these myself, but I kept passing them up. Then Black Friday made me get this for $149 before shipping from J&G. It has some bluing wear and a pitting spot but not bad for the money.




    I ran 100 trouble free rounds through it today. Disassembly isn't bad but for some reason when I reassembled the second time it took more than a few attempts due to a non function check. Turns out when I took the grip panels off the second time they were not seated and were binding. Either that or the trigger was not seated on the leaf spring.

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    Yugo guns all look like scaled down versions of the TT. You got the Tok, the M88 and this! All other countries went from a Tok or CZ straight to Mak/Walther. Meanwhile Yugoslavia kept chugging along with the Tok design

    Apparently the M70 came in 380 as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arik View Post
    Yugo guns all look like scaled down versions of the TT. You got the Tok, the M88 and this! All other countries went from a Tok or CZ straight to Mak/Walther. Meanwhile Yugoslavia kept chugging along with the Tok design

    Apparently the M70 came in 380 as well
    Yeah, there were a lot of Tok calibers. The M88 was short lived as the CZ99 took over. Yes, I do not believe any 380 M70's came stateside but I could be wrong.

 

 

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