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Cold War pistols of Czechoslovakia

James D. Brown

Cold War pistols of Czechoslovakia

by James D. Brown

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Published by Schiffer Military History in Atglen, PA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Czechoslovakia,
  • Pistols,
  • Firearms,
  • Czechoslovakia. Armáda

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 149).

    StatementJames D. Brown
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTS537 .B785 2009
    The Physical Object
    Pagination150 p. :
    Number of Pages150
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25016139M
    ISBN 109780764333545
    LC Control Number2009931084

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      At the height of the Cold War, the infamous political show trial, known as the Slansky Trial, took place in Czechoslovakia. In fourteen leading Communists, including Rudolf Slansky, the second most powerful man in the country, were tried on charges of high treason and espionage. For Sale: Cold War Pistols of Czechoslovakia. Unresponsive; Report illegal firearms activity to ATF-GUNS or your local police department. Share: $ 25 CONTACT SELLER. Book is in like new condition. Private Party.

    Printed books are making a comeback and while these three titles lack the glitz of the kind produced by the best-known military specialist publishers, there is a substance to Mr. Phillips’ work that should make these books attractive to readers interested in the armed forces of the Warsaw Pact. The Army of the Czech Republic is, to a large extent, using inventory dating back to the times of the Warsaw Pact. During the Cold War, Czechoslovakia was a major supplier of tanks, armoured personnel carriers, military trucks and trainer aircraft – the bulk of military exports went to its Comecon partners.


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Cold War pistols of Czechoslovakia by James D. Brown Download PDF EPUB FB2

Good and thorough book. The cover firearms show you the breadth of what you'll see inside, everything from reintroduced prewar pocket pistols, to the single shot DruLov target pistol, to various military and police pistols, and of course the export-intended CZ which has become a major export earner for the post-Cold-War and -Partition Czech Republic/5(9).

Book Review: Cold War Pistols of Czechoslovakia Aug Ian McCollum Book review, Video 17 Recently, we have been looking at a selection of books on Cold War eastern bloc pistols – and James D. Brown’s “Cold War Pistols of Czechoslovakia” is the best Cold War pistols of Czechoslovakia book them. Recently, we have been looking at a selection of books on Cold War eastern bloc pistols - and James D.

Brown's "Cold War Pistols of Czechoslovakia" is the. Good and thorough book. The cover firearms show you the breadth of what you'll see inside, everything from reintroduced prewar pocket pistols, to the single shot DruLov target pistol, to various military and police pistols, and of course the export-intended CZ which has become a major export earner for the post-Cold-War and -Partition Czech Republic/5.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 28 cm: Contents: Small pocket pistols: the Duo, "Z", and vz. 45 --The vz. 50 and vz. 70 --The mm Army pistol vz. 52 --The CZ 75 and CZ 85 --The vz. 82 and CZ 83 --Small caliber single-shot pistols and other target handguns --Signal sibility.

AHM Cold War Pistols of Czechoslovakia [] - Autor: James D. Brown Strany: ISBN: Hardback Obsah This is the first English language work to examine the subject in detail and the first in any language to identify, describe, and quantify variations and production figures for the models covered.

The book focuses on the Czechoslovak Communist period (). Buy Cold War Pistols of Czechoslovakia from This is the first English language work to examine the subject in detail and the first in any language to identify, describe, and quantify variations and production figures for the models covered.

The book focuses on the Czechoslovak Communist period (), but reaches back into the s in order to trace the history of the mm Price: $ This is a list of military equipment of the Czech Republic currently in service and in storage.

This includes weapons and equipment of the Armed Forces of the Czech Republic, with the Army of the Czech Republic and its service branches, namely the Czech Land Forces and Czech Air Force, at their core.

The book focuses on the Czechoslovak Communist period (), but reaches back into the s in order to trace the history of the mm Duo pocket pistol, which remained in production under the name "Z" until with a total of thirteen distinct marking variations, and the mm modelwhich had its beginnings as the model Two Czech mm Pistols (The CZ & CZ, and the DUO & Z) by Ed Buffaloe.

I would like to acknowledge up front that the primary source for this article is the book Know your Czechoslovakian Pistols, by R. Berger--it is an invaluable I first wrote this article in James D. Brown published his book Cold War Pistols of Czechoslovakia, which is also a fine work.

Cold War Pistols of Czechoslovakia by James D Brown This has to be one of the finest written firearm references in recent times. It basically covers the time period between the second world war and the end of Soviet rule of what is now the Czech Republic.

Buy Cold War Pistols of Czechoslovakia by James D. Brown from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £   The book focuses on the Czechoslovak Communist period (), but reaches back into the s in order to trace the history of the mm Duo pocket pistol, which remained in production under the name "Z" until with a total of thirteen distinct.

The book focuses on the Czechoslovak Communist period (), but reaches back into the s in order to trace the history of the mm Duo pocket pistol, which remained in production under the name “Z” until with a total of thirteen distinct marking variations, and the mm modelwhich had its beginnings as the model.

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Brown. Hardcover $ Ship The book focuses on the Czechoslovak Communist period (), but reaches back into the s in order to trace the history of the mm Duo pocket pistol, which remained in production under the name “Z” until with a total of thirteen distinct Brand: Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.

CZ 82 My favorite Eastern Bloc pistol is the CZ In my opinion, the Czech’s Cold War service pistol is the best-built in 9mm Makarov. The double-action trigger pull is 11 pounds and buttery smooth. The single-action trigger pull is 5 pounds and breaks very cleanly.

Cold War Pistols of Czechoslovakia by: James Brown. This reference book examines, identifies and describes the collectible pistol models produced in Czechoslovakia during. On the night of AugapproximatelyWarsaw Pact troops and 5, tanks invade Czechoslovakia to crush the “Prague Spring”—a brief period of.

Book Review: Cold War Pistols of Czechoslovakia Aug Ian McCollum 17 Recently, we have been looking at a selection of books on Cold War eastern bloc pistols – and James D. Brown’s “Cold War Pistols of Czechoslovakia” is the best of them.

Schiffer Publishing Cold War Pistols of Czechoslovakia - This is the first English language work to examine the subject in detail and the first in any language to identify, describe, and quantify variations and production figures for the models covered.

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SGN, Atglen, Pa. The book focuses on the Czechoslovak Communist period (), but reaches back into the s in order to trace the history of the mm Duo pocket pistol, which remained in production under the name "Z" until with a total of thirteen distinct marking variations, and the mm modelwhich had its beginnings as the model /5(1).