8/27/21 - This is an excellent example of a late-war CZ 27 rig with original phosphate finish, issued to the Nazi military around 1944. The finish rates about 97+%. The nature of the phosphate makes the wear patterns difficult to rate, but we believe most of the finish loss is very minor thinning on the front strap and areas of minor discoloration on the slide. There are tiny dark dots of oxidation throughout, most noticeable on the right side of the frame and on the front strap. The bore is shiny with great rifling. The rig comes with two period-correct magazines. The gun is all matching. The frame is "Waffen 76"-proofed. The grip is completely intact and the later wartime example with the CZ logo rubbed out. These are the more uncommon variation. Also comes with a worn, unmarked holster.