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Old 12-01-2012, 11:36 PM
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Anyone have one?? It sold as "the smallest pistol ever imported into the US." KBI/Charles Daley Importers brought them into the country. ANy feedback espcially if they are picky with ammo or mags?
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I don't know about that billing. The CZ 70 (.32acp) that I had seemed to be a bit smaller...


but they look neat, I just ..I dunno I have a love/hate thing with the .380


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Old 12-03-2012, 06:16 AM
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Its got a larger grip then a Walther PPK in 380.....just pay attention to the OAL of 380 ammo. Thats the only issue I've seen with. Shorter AOL sometimes gets hung up.
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Anyone have one?? It sold as "the smallest pistol ever imported into the US." KBI/Charles Daley Importers brought them into the country. ANy feedback espcially if they are picky with ammo or mags?
Clearly not true, though it might be the smallest since 1968 its certainly not the smallest prior to that. Ever handle a Baby Browning .25 acp? Those are tiny and were imported right up to late 1968. I have had two of these FEG commercial models but did not keep them. I prefer the original military ones in 9mm Makarov, the R-61. I still have my R-61.

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Old 12-03-2012, 04:19 PM
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Clearly not true, though it might be the smallest since 1968 its certainly not the smallest prior to that. Ever handle a Baby Browning .25 acp? Those are tiny and were imported right up to late 1968. I have had two of these FEG commercial models but did not keep them. I prefer the original military ones in 9mm Makarov, the R-61. I still have my R-61.
thanks for the info!!!
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i love mine. i got wolf springs and custom grips from hungry out of burl wood i belive.
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I had one in 9 Mak. Snappy shooter but functioned well. Fairly lightweight with alloy frame. Good fit and finish. I wish more would of been brought in and mags and parts were more available.I ended up giving it to my son in law.
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