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  1. #1
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    Default Solothurn itm at84s 9mm

    Dear Board Members,
    I recently purchased a CZ75 clone ,marked on the frame
    Solothurn
    ITM
    Switzerland

    The slide marking is AT84S ITM 9mm

    Serial range 032XX

    The right side of the frame is marked Action Arms, Philadelphia, PA.

    The gun is a matte nickel or chrome with adjustable white outline rear site
    and a red highlighted front site.
    Two 16 round matching magazines that will interchange with my 75 retro mags.

    Half of the posts I have read say this pistol was made in Switzerland using
    Tanafilo parts, the other half of the post say CZ parts. some say early ones were CZ and later ones
    Tanafilo. Some say these have soft metal others say they are the best of the best.

    So what is the real story.

    Thanks
    Penmon AKA Jim Rouse

  2. #2
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    That is an older pistol, the company does not excist no more and production is now here...
    http://www.sphinxarms.com/

  3. #3
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    Thank you Guisan,
    I know that ITM went out of business and the sphinx rose from there ashes.
    What I am trying to find is reliable information concerning the pistol I have purchased.
    The information available on the internet is very conflicted.
    Penmon

  4. #4
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    I'm afraid that I can't help you, it is not a Swiss design like Astra is also now and that never took my interest.

  5. #5
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    have two.. one pre production smooth grips....both super accurate, reliable, 99 %....

    much is written but not then and now with factory direct proof... hard facts from factory notes none?....
    marked "Swiss" i would like to think "made Swiss" in it completeness.....fit finish, the blue top quality....very accurate indeed!

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