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.
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.
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.