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AntiqueDr
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(8/10/01 1:22:22 pm)
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Got a small lot of these on the way in. Two-tone, 9x18 Makarov caliber.

Anybody have any opinions on this pistol? They're certainly inexpensive enough...


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Bob In St Louis
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(8/10/01 8:06:10 pm)
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In 1991 I bought four of the PA-63s in 380 ACP, and one of the more compact versions of the PA-63 in 380 ACP. All of them shot great, and I quickly sold off all but one. Shortly after 1991 they stopped importing the more compact version. I do need to pick one up some day in the Makarov caliber.
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(8/10/01 9:35:14 pm)
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AD, can`t go wrong on those....neat and cheap are but a few of the qualities. Ever heard of American Arms shotguns.......??????
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Tac401
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(8/10/01 11:54:31 pm)
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Agree,

I had one of the more compact versions that Bob
speaks of back in the mid 80's and it was a good
little pistol, acuracy wasn't the greatest but
function was flawless.
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