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Old 10-29-2009, 07:15 PM   #1
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I love the looks of this gun!!! And I like that it has a 4" barrel on a compact frame with adj sights. Only Kimber makes a model like it now. I think Springfield made one years ago. Does anyone know if these are great reliable guns? Accurate? I read about it many many moons ago. But I don't buy what they sell generally. I've never seen one. Nor has anyone I've asked. Can't seem to get any info. Anyone?

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Old 10-29-2009, 07:58 PM   #2
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Maybe I'm showing my ignorance, but I've never heard of Safari Arms.

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They are being made/sold by Olympic Arms (olyarms.com). I first read a review on them about 15 yrs ago or so.

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Where are the pics!!

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Interesting looking pistol. Not for me, but definitely non traditional.

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if their pistols is made out of the same quality as their AR's(fit-finish and untight specs), i would pass over....olympic AR's are the most crappy-clunky ar's i've tried to date(you get for what you've paid,quality has a price)....but maybe their guns are well made and tighter, this one looks pretty good in fact, nice design.

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I've wanted one of those since I was a young punk. I've seen a few around, but they've all been rough. Oly arms still shows them on the site with prices depending on the model, from around 600 to almost 1000 bucks. I've been unable to locate a dealer with one on hand though.
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