Czech-manufactured Drulov model 70 single shot, bolt action pistol, produced in 1972, in very good condition with 93% original finish. 5/5 Bore. Overall bluing is dark with some areas of wear and surface scratches present on the receiver and barrel. The only wear on the frame is found on the right side; there is a small ding on the edge at the upper portion of the trigger guard. The left side of the receiver has very light edge wear on the upper edge, a few scratches below the first digit in the serial number, and two spots of bluing wear to the right of the serial number. On the bolt handle, the bluing is lightly thinning on the left side and there is edge wear on the bottom edge on the right side due to handling wear from manipulating the bolt. On the left side of the barrel, there are a few scratches and small marks in the metal found scattered throughout the length. On the right side of the barrel, there are a few small marks on the upper area of the barrel near the front sight. Finish wear found at the muzzle. Tooling marks found on the front sight screw.
Wood grips have a fairly matte finish with some light handling wear present on the right side. On the left side there are a few small pressure marks and a gouge near the bottom of the grip. There is some light scratching on the underside of the grip.
Modern production, not C&R eligible. Discreet import engraving.
To load the pistol, turn the rear of the bolt 45 degrees counter-clockwise, then pull to the rear. Insert one round of .22LR, close the bolt, and rotate 45 degrees clockwise to lock the bolt.
The trigger is a set trigger; to fire, you must first press down on the bar below the trigger, which sets the trigger. Then you can press the trigger to the rear to fire. The trigger is extremely light once set and measures approximately 1lb.
The front sight is adjustable for elevation by pivoting the sight. The rear sight is adjustable for windage by turning a screw.