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Old 03-27-2013, 10:06 PM   #31
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I picked one up a month ago. Mine has the 32acp cylinder in it, and was installed correctly. Shot a few out of it. Shoots nice. Just remember they were made back in war times, the trigger pulls is horrendous I think I heard some like 15-20lb pull. And it is the only pistol that can truely be silenced because of the cylinder going against the barrel to make the gas seal.

So far I love mine, just trying to find bullets is hard to find.

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Old 03-27-2013, 10:40 PM   #32
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I picked one up a month ago. Mine has the 32acp cylinder in it, and was installed correctly. Shot a few out of it. Shoots nice. Just remember they were made back in war times, the trigger pulls is horrendous I think I heard some like 15-20lb pull. And it is the only pistol that can truely be silenced because of the cylinder going against the barrel to make the gas seal.

So far I love mine, just trying to find bullets is hard to find.
The original cylinder and cartridges make the gas seal. The aftermarket .32 cylinder doesn't
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The importers are out of stock and Ukraine has figured out that they are worth money so if there are any more imported expect to pay $200 plus for them.

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The importers are out of stock and Ukraine has figured out that they are worth money so if there are any more imported expect to pay $200 plus for them.
I think I'd b ok with 200$. More than that, I'd pass
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They were $159 at my LGS here in NH last week. I'd gotten one back in December for $99 so wasn't really thing of another but maybe I should while they're still available.

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I never paid more than $49 for any of mine.I bought them when the first batch came in and no one wanted them.

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