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Old 10-01-2012, 02:27 AM   #11
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And it looks a awful lot like a 1911
That's how it caught my eye, I saw the price tag and the shape of the gun and it might have won me over.
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mmmmm.... purty.
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I think it's mechanically the same, except for the grip release safety
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I have a star model B and like it..got it from AIM
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Is the import mark big/noticeable on the AIM Star?
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I have a CZ82. They are accurate little shooters. The price is right at around $200 depending on where you get it and you can get 500 rounds for around $100. Here is a picture of mine that I Duracoated and put new grips on.

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nice job on that - is the duracoat an easy process you did yourself?
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Here's a picture of my 3 Eastern-Block pistols.

1. M57 Tokarev
2. Radom P64
3. CZ 82


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I have narrowed it down to a CZ52 or a Spanish Star model B
I have owned a cz52. I got rid of it for one reason, my son shot it much better and he was getting it sooner or later my father gave it to me. 7.62x25 is up to 1600+fps. What a hoot to shoot.
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Star B (But mags are hard to find.)

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Is the import mark big/noticeable on the AIM Star?
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