Kind of depends on what you're looking for. If you want a "G24T", meaning in as issued or, more correctly as the last soldier it was issued to turned it in, then you won't want this one. If you simply want a vz24, that opens the door for a lot more possibilities. You will want to wait and you'll find a nice enough one before too very long.
If simply a nice, shootable representative type will do, you can even consider a Yugoslav M24/52C- that's a Yugoslav refurbished vz24. It will have Yugoslav markings but it will still have the Czech quality and smoothness, maybe even with a new barrel.
And don't be mislead. many dedicated collectors do not turn up their noses at refurbished rifles, just accepting them as a separate type or model. But a "refurbished G24T" would not be true to type and if that is what you want, to be avoided.
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