I figured out a great way to end the year.
I just purchased a nice little PA-63 pistol for the decent price (I think) of $150.00.
P.S. I really like the two-tone finish of this sidearm. It seems that is uncommon among mil-surplus firearms.
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I have to of the Hungarian PA-63s. I love them, even more so than the Makarav. The PA-63 is the most comfortable, best, natural feeling handgun I have ever held. I love it. And like you, I too like the two tone looks of it.
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I no longer own a PA-63. I traded it off a while ago to get a Mosin Nagant M91/30.
The pistol was a decent pistol, but I didn't how much much the ammo cost for it, so I decided it wasn't worth it for me.
Still a good gun, though.