I've been looking for another pistol to have some fun with and to carry for my CCW instead of my Gov. 1911. I ran across the CZ70 and I like the look and I've found ammo for it for a good price (I think). I just have a few questions about it.
In 1970 the Czech government rebooted an existing handgun design to produce a neat little .32ACP pocket pistol that is a near clone of the Walther PP. This gun has marched off into history as the Vzor (model) 70, and it is a great little CZ.
Developed for police use in what was then Czechoslovakia, this 7.65mm (.32 Auto) caliber single/double action pistol replaced the VZOR-50 in 1970 and was the standard sidearm of Czech military and police until 1983. It's based on the Walther PP design with an 8-round capacity and fixed barrel. For under $200 it would make an interesting addition to your collection if you like Cold War Era, Eastern Bloc guns.