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Old 01-10-2015, 06:09 PM
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Made it up to the Jackson Gun & Knife Show today with a couple of Makarov variants and a FEG PA-63 on my "shopping list". No luck on the PA-63 and the only Mak to be seen was an over-priced East German one that wasn't in as near as good shape as the East German Mak I already have-----no Russians, no Bulgarians, no Chinese, no other Maks; nada. However, she isn't a PA-63 but I did find this "like new" FEG Mark II APK. Seems to be a nearly spot-on clone of the Walther PPK and unlike the PA-63 it has blued steel frame & slide. Anyway, she now has a home with me
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Old 01-10-2015, 07:03 PM
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Same pistol. Some PAs have steel frames. I'm after another also. Wolf spring upgrades make a world of difference. Nice piece.
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Old 01-10-2015, 09:04 PM
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Same pistol. Some PAs have steel frames. I'm after another also. Wolf spring upgrades make a world of difference. Nice piece.
Thanks, E. I didn't know that some PAs had steel frames but I did see that PA-63 magazines are interchangeable with the APK mags. Also did a bit of searching and found that it seems to be such a close copy of the Walther PPKs because their PPK/Es are in fact manufactured in Hungary by FEG even though they have the Walther name on them. Already have Wolf springs to install so thinking she'll be a sweet little shooter.
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The PA series has always been my favorite handgun.
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Beautiful pistol. Enjoy!
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For some reason, your images never come up for me. Damn. Bet it's a nice pistol!
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That is a very nice pistol you have there. Are these still for sale anymore? If so, where? How much are they usually had for? Thanks
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That is a very nice pistol you have there. Are these still for sale anymore? If so, where? How much are they usually had for? Thanks
Not real up on their availability or typical price myself though I do see one listed on Gunbroker today at $325. I picked mine up at a local gun show for a bit less than that so I'd guess the $300 plus or minus $50 range may be expected and fair at this time.
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