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Old 11-27-2018, 12:26 AM
Laufer Laufer is offline
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Thumbs up First exposure to the PA-63. Really like

A very astute milsurp friend just bought it, and other than the DA pull (worse than Polish P-64 DAs), it's a very cool gun.

Apparently they were designed for Hungarians to always cock the hammers before firing. This makes sense.

Note: It will be just a range gun, but I told him that some guys suggest installing the 19# Wolff hammer spring for both improved DA and reliable ignition.

I just re-acquired my original .380 Mak. in a trade, but would not mind owning the PA-63, though am no longer a handgun collector (had two P-83s, CZ-82, several EG and Bulgy Maks).
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