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Old 05-31-2013, 12:31 AM   #51
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Check this out:

http://wideners.com/itemdetail.cfm?item_id=8886&dir=18|829|894

That's $12/box. While Prvi has a dubious reputation, the ones I bought were made by Bosnia and are surefire. They are not as hot as Fiocci or Geco, but are still hotter than American ammo. This is a great deal, buy 600 and enjoy.

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One big gun store told me another 6 to 8 months before Kel Tec P-32's are available again. I'll wait as I want one but will not pay a ridiculous price. To bad Bersa stopped making the .32 because it was a good gun.
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anyone with a copy of this weeks Issue....look at the J&G sales ad!! They have an FEG .32(very similar lines to the walther) for 200 Bux!!!! I may get the wife to drive to Prescott tomorrow (in 113 degree heat) just to buy one!!!
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One big gun store told me another 6 to 8 months before Kel Tec P-32's are available again. I'll wait as I want one but will not pay a ridiculous price. To bad Bersa stopped making the .32 because it was a good gun.
Whomever told you that Is yankin your chain because their dist. Can't get any AT a NORMAL price!! after 3 Friggin months of looking at an 1100 Price tag for a PMR-30 at an LGS I plainly mentioned that i was going to call Kel-Tec and ask why a LGS was Marking the price up? They Instantly offered to sell me the Gun at 300 Dollars less...(their price they told me!) I said "ok,..but 8 bills is still a bit high when the MSRP is 430...so I guess your throwing in 500 rds. of .22Mag with that....
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One big gun store told me another 6 to 8 months before Kel Tec P-32's are available again. I'll wait as I want one but will not pay a ridiculous price. To bad Bersa stopped making the .32 because it was a good gun.
Whomever told you that Is yankin your chain because their dist. Can't get any AT a NORMAL price!! after 3 Friggin months of looking at an 1100 Price tag for a PMR-30 at an LGS I plainly mentioned that i was going to call Kel-Tec and ask why a LGS was Marking the price up? They Instantly offered to sell me the Gun at 300 Dollars less...(their price they told me!) I said "ok,..but 8 bills is still a bit high when the MSRP is 430...so I guess your throwing in 500 rds. of .22Mag with that.... (my POps once said "Never mess with a Jew,..esp.one with a federal badge in his pocket and a Big Azzed .357 under his jacket!")
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None. I would never own one unless it was all I had to chose from.
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At one time I had several FEG PA-63s (although the types may have had other numerical designations, they were all the same gun) . I had one in 9 x 18, one in .380 and one in .32 acp. They are all good, reliable, inexpensive guns. I got rid of the one in .32 because of the high cost and poor availability of the ammo. Also, since the magazines would all interchange, I was afraid I would get them mixed at the range and create a disaster. I now have only the 9 x 18 and a .380 in a compact version.

.32s and .25s were much more deadly when they were very popular in the early 1900s. During the years before good antibiotics and precision surgical technique, a wound in the body cavity was nearly certain to cause a prolonged and painful death. Producing a small caliber gun to settle a disagreement was a much more effective solution then than today, where you need to destroy you target in as short a time as possible, or face him in the future.
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I say look around and see if you can find a Bersa Thunder .32 acp
They are dependable and accurate, 10 round mags.
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Hey folks. I've got three...s&w model 31-1...Colt 1903 and a Savage 1907. The Colt and Savage have been in my family for years. My wife carries the mod. 31-1 as she prefers revolvers. Here's a few pics. They all are very good shooters. Best regards Dick
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I held a Colt 1903 at an LGS today and it was awesome! If were a Virginia resident, I'd have it with me now. But I have some soon to be outlawed in my state firearms that I'll be spending my money on before October 1.

After holding it and wanting it, I decided to look at some reviews on the Colt 1903 and they are great. Is it an every day carry gun? Probably not for most. It is heavier than my wife's full size 9mm. It lacks some of today's modern safety features but it seems like it would be a dream to shoot. A gun of its size and weight in .32 acp would be easy to manage.

I would say, if you want a .32 ACP in your collection for the sake of the collection yet can actually be used, even carried, there is none better than the Colt 1903.

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