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Dalton Wayne
08-24-2012, 20:54
Got it Monday it's made in 1976 but it looks like it was made yesterday, the best part it was C&R so the big brown truck dropped it straight to me, no transfer fees
best $200 pistol I ever bought, it just eats anything I feed it and has not had any malfunctions at all.
The Polish make great guns, this is their Police & Military issue weapon from 64 till 75
http://i647.photobucket.com/albums/uu192/Daltonlwayne/401a7191.jpg

AZ Jeff
08-24-2012, 20:57
How is it to shoot? I hear they are intense like the Hungarian PA-63's.....

Berto
08-24-2012, 21:05
Congrats DW, that shoots the Makarov round, right?

Dalton Wayne
08-24-2012, 21:11
How is it to shoot? I hear they are intense like the Hungarian PA-63's.....
yes she's a handful but very accurate

Dalton Wayne
08-24-2012, 21:12
Congrats DW, that shoots the Makarov round, right?
Yes 9x18 Makarov

Dalton Wayne
08-24-2012, 21:14
http://youtu.be/LoceKKjklo8

Dalton Wayne
08-24-2012, 21:17
Here it is with my Polish war hammer

http://i647.photobucket.com/albums/uu192/Daltonlwayne/DSCN00891.jpg

Berto
08-24-2012, 21:21
The Poles had some pretty cool stuff.

pennlineman
08-24-2012, 21:27
Nice looking firearms, congrats!

bac1023
08-24-2012, 22:34
Very nice

I've got an FEG PA-63 with the aluminum frame in 9x18. It really pounds the hell out of my hand.


http://i636.photobucket.com/albums/uu81/ollituc/000_2205.jpg

Dalton Wayne
08-24-2012, 22:38
It's strange how such a small round 9mm has such a hard recoil in an all steel gun

bac1023
08-24-2012, 22:53
It's strange how such a small round 9mm has such a hard recoil in an all steel gun

Its the blowback design more so than the round itself.

You should try it in an aluminum framed pistol. ;)

GLOCK17DB9
08-24-2012, 22:58
looks like a nice gun:wavey:

steve1911
08-24-2012, 23:06
Good looking pistol,looks like fun.

Congrats!


1911club#410

countrygun
08-25-2012, 00:46
Very nice

I've got an FEG PA-63 with the aluminum frame in 9x18. It really pounds the hell out of my hand.


http://i636.photobucket.com/albums/uu81/ollituc/000_2205.jpg

I agree.

the first day I fired mine was the day I discovered I have a touch of arthritis in my right hand. I couldn't wiggle my thumb for two days after 50 rds. even my big bores don't cause that.

plouffedaddy
08-25-2012, 06:06
http://youtu.be/LoceKKjklo8

http://i96.photobucket.com/albums/l178/tiffani33/Guns/IMAG1187.jpg

Mine's been an awesome gun as well---built like a tank and showed up in like new condition for $180. I swapped the hammer spring to make the DA pull more reasonable and I've loved it since.

http://youtu.be/cLe0SkgouMo

bac1023
08-25-2012, 06:26
I agree.

the first day I fired mine was the day I discovered I have a touch of arthritis in my right hand. I couldn't wiggle my thumb for two days after 50 rds. even my big bores don't cause that.

Yeah, they aren't exactly fun shooters. Also, the DA trigger must be 25lbs or more. ;)

plouffedaddy
08-25-2012, 13:06
Yeah, they aren't exactly fun shooters. Also, the DA trigger must be 25lbs or more. ;)

I really don't think that's an exaggeration. My gauge doesn't go that high but I wouldn't be surprised at all if it was 30lbs. I didn't believe what people were saying until I shot it myself.

The only modification I've done to mine---changed the hammer spring immediately! :supergrin:

ChiefWPD
08-25-2012, 13:58
Got it Monday it's made in 1976 but it looks like it was made yesterday, the best part it was C&R.........
http://i647.photobucket.com/albums/uu192/Daltonlwayne/401a7191.jpg

Another bud of mine bought a Tok as a C&R. Just curious. What are the C&R regs that make puts a modern pistol into the Curio and Relic catagory?

Dalton Wayne
08-25-2012, 14:36
No longer in production, caliber, to name a couple

ChiefWPD
08-25-2012, 15:20
I'll give Google a try. Regs seem pretty strange, but what else is new.

Edit. Here it is from the ATF website. Really kind of strange. By their definition there are some really very practical handguns (yours among them) that are defined as C&R. Might try and use that to my advantage as I've always wanted a Mak type pistol.

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Q: What is a firearm curio or relic?

Firearm curios or relics include firearms which have special value to collectors because they possess some qualities not ordinarily associated with firearms intended for sporting use or as offensive or defensive weapons. To be recognized as curios or relics, firearms must fall within one of the following categories:

Have been manufactured at least 50 years prior to the current date, but not including replicas thereof; or

Be certified by the curator of a municipal, State, or Federal museum which exhibits firearms to be curios or relics of museum interest; or

Derive a substantial part of their monetary value from the fact that they are novel, rare, bizarre, or from the fact of their association with some historical figure, period, or event.

uhlawpup
08-25-2012, 16:50
They are wonderful guns, Dalton. Remember to hold on tight!

KML
08-25-2012, 17:03
The Soviet Mak and the CZ 82 were made C&R in the late 80's because the were very few in the U.S.The did not come in any real numbers until 2001/2002.So the went twenty years as C&R with no one being able to buy them.My soviet Mak was made in 1986.

Blitzo
08-27-2012, 15:24
They are nice guns. I have one in my collection.

ca survivor
08-27-2012, 17:12
Got it Monday it's made in 1976 but it looks like it was made yesterday, the best part it was C&R so the big brown truck dropped it straight to me, no transfer fees
best $200 pistol I ever bought, it just eats anything I feed it and has not had any malfunctions at all.
The Polish make great guns, this is their Police & Military issue weapon from 64 till 75
http://i647.photobucket.com/albums/uu192/Daltonlwayne/401a7191.jpg
Congrats ! have linky of the store???