Frantisek Dusek, born in 1876, established himself as a gunsmith in the town of Opocno in 1908. Interestingly, he refused to manufacture weapons or parts for the Austro-Hungarians during World War I, and he likewise refused to coöperate with the Nazi occupation during World War II. After World War I, he made rifles, shotguns, air rifles, and gunsmith supplies.
I recently saw a DUO for sale, guy was asking $75... what can you folks tell me about it? Reliablity? parts available? accuracy?
It is DA, supposedly made in Czechoslovakia during the German occupation.
My neighbor has a CZ Duo 25 caliber auto that was made in Czechoslovakia. It also has the number 49 stamped on it. It also has the numbers 180504 stamped on it. Can anyone out there tell me anything about this gun. Also, do you have any idea what the value of the gun would be. I would classify it in good condition. Magazine holds six rounds and the gun shoots very well. Any help would be appreciated.