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Old 01-13-2013, 08:54 PM   #1
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I know it's an American clone of some European Budiswalsky or something Polish sounding like that. Love the features packed into this little pocket rocket and really falling for the 25 mouse gun realm.

It comes in 22lr or 25acp, I'm obviously looking at the 25. Any first hand knowledge or experience would be greatly appreciated...

Read some unfavorable reviews/reports on the 22 version, but most have said the 25 is reliable and we'll built.



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Old 01-23-2013, 11:16 AM   #2
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Neat little pistol---would be better if it worked---I got to shoot a 22 many many years ago---unfortunately, it didn't function well---never saw another one!

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Neat little pistol---would be better if it worked---I got to shoot a 22 many many years ago---unfortunately, it didn't function well---never saw another one!
Lol yeah, it seems the American version of this thing was nowhere near as quality as the European. Looks good, but looks can definitely be deceiving. I still contemplate jumping on one every now and then, because I don't mind a good project gun, to a degree, but parts are near nonexistent.
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