In excellent very attractive all matching condition we have a very hard to find all matching Czech Army Issued Vz24 Service Rifle. The rifle was taken into German Service after the fall of Czechoslovakia in 1938 and it went into the Nazi RFV Reichsfinanzadverwaltung (Reich Finance Administration), which was the customs service and border control apparatus in the Reich. The rifle is 1931 dated and was in Czech Army Service until the Germans rolled in, where upon it went into Nazi service and was a WW2 vet bring back. 11 divisions of the German Army and especially the Waffen SS were armed with Czech infantry weapons at the outbreak of WW2 and the Nazis considered them to be the equal of anything they ever made. This is a great top condition example of one of the most widely used Axis Service Rifles of WW2.