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Are Zavasta (yugoslavian) arms readily imported to the US?

Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by Hoppy590, Aug 27, 2007.

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  1. Hoppy590

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    as said above. Are Zavasta weapons being imported by anyone? i know the SKS's are in country. were aquinted. but what about their pistols or sport rifles? more specificly the pistols ( not that i can get one in MA, but il be out of here hopefully with in a year)
     
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    According to EAA's website they are still importing the CZ-99 now renamed the Zastava EZ-99.
     
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    whoa. seems EAA also has the Black Arrow, Zavasta's 50 cal bolt gun.

    back to my point at hand. US import laws require a certain number of "points" to be won before a handgun can be imported correct? ( bassicly a system to keep affordable fire power out of the hands of the lowly average joe)

    and since the TT33 copy that Zavasta makes probibly doesnt have a safety, doubtfull it would make it to the US?
     
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