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Old 06-27-2013, 03:36 PM   #1
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Default anyone know much about a ww2 pistol, a femaru

i MAY get the chance to lovingly fondle one soon. just looking for info or tips any feed back really.
i found this website
http://hungariae.com/FromP37.htm

is that information pretty accurate?

really looking forward to seeing such a cool peice.



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It was pretty cool. Wish it was mine.

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The info is accurate. I own on that is Nazi marked and it is a fine shooter, very accurate. They are getting hard to find.

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I have a couple of pre-war pistols. They are fun to shoot, but the trigger pull is very hard. They originally came with a holster and spare magazine. Original magazines are very hard to find.

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i aggree, trigger was REAL stiff. shot nice though and was pretty darn accurate. i really liked it. first thing i thought when i saw one was they copied a 1911. haha



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