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Chambered in 9mm Parabellum, the CZ99 is a short-recoil operated, locked breech semi automatic pistol manufactured by Crvena Zastava.
Zastava Arms, then called Zavodi Crvena Zastava, served as the sole state arsenal for small arms for the now-defunct Communist Yugoslav army and police.
In 1957 the state arsenal Crvena Zastava in Kragujevac began production of a modified TT33 Tokarev known as the Pistolj I Automat M.57, which remained the standard Yugoslav service pistol until quite recently.
Needing a smaller, lighter pistol for police and army officers, in 1970 Crvena Zastava developed a blowback pistol, the Pistolj Automat M.70, chambered for the 7,65mm Browning.
Beginning in 1946 and extending at least through 1952, an impressive small arms rebuilding program was initiated at VTZ Kragujevac, now renamed Red Flag Enterprise (Preduzece Crvena Zastava).
Having alerted you once again, it's worth mentioning that the EZ is the fifth generation of the Crvena Zastava (CZ) 999 and Zastava CZ05, primarily used by present day Serbian security forces.
After WWII, the plant was renamed Zavodi Crvena Zastava (meaning 'Red Flag Plant) and executives entered a contract with Willy-Overland to build Jeeps until the early 50s.