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Old 03-11-2014, 12:42 AM
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Amazing grips! Where did you get them?
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Those are Marshall Grips.
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Old 04-09-2014, 02:37 AM
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Those are Marshall Grips.
Yeah, I visited the site and realized the possibilities are literally endless. Must have for sure.
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Yeah, I visited the site and realized the possibilities are literally endless. Must have for sure.
They are "meh" outside of looking good. Those cracked after about 3 mags and are not as comfortable as the stock grips, but the do look good.
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They are "meh" outside of looking good. Those cracked after about 3 mags and are not as comfortable as the stock grips, but the do look good.
They cracked?? Oh man, that's not cool at all. It appears I will be keeping my stock grips on my P64. It is my EDC pistol, so I will keep them stock.
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They cracked?? Oh man, that's not cool at all. It appears I will be keeping my stock grips on my P64. It is my EDC pistol, so I will keep them stock.
They are sexy BBQ gun grips. Soviet Russia parts is best parts.
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They are sexy BBQ gun grips. Soviet Russia parts is best parts.
Haha very true... Soviet EVERYTHING is strong. Even our Kittens are strong like Bull.
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I wonder if P64 springs will work on an FEG SMC-918?
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I wonder if P64 springs will work on an FEG SMC-918?
Are you referring to the recoil spring?
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I just picked up my first mak pistol at a gun show recently, a p64. I was going through the operation of it after a good cleaning and noticed when racking the slide and eased it back forward (while on safe mode) that it would hang up slightly at the vary end. And if I were to slightly push the hammer or slide it would close fully and the hammer would drop. If I were to rack the slide in one fluid motion it does close all the way but at the end there is a more noticeable "catch" then when done while the gun is on fire mode, safety off. I was thinking it may have something to do with the deckock feature but not sure if this is a pontintial issue.
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