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Posted: 6/16/2014 2:26:56 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 6/16/2014 2:27:56 PM EDT by 1srelluc]
I snagged this 1959 Star Model F Sport (6" barrel) at the local pawn shop this afternoon for $200.00. Very M1911ish frame with a sweet trigger. It can be carried cocked and locked. It shoots like a dream. Other than the grips it's all steel with excellent fit and finish with a little holster wear.

I guess I'll have to find a extra mag for it.

I swear the more I see of the newer offerings in the .22 pistol world the more they look/feel like junk compared to 50s - 60s era .22 pistols.





Link Posted: 6/16/2014 4:16:07 PM EDT
I'm starting to dislike you my old friend.
Nice little pistol.
Link Posted: 6/16/2014 5:16:42 PM EDT
Very nice.
Link Posted: 6/16/2014 5:45:08 PM EDT
Jealousy is not a trait I exhibit very often, but the Beretta M1934 fucking ripped it for me.

I don't want to hear about any more of your deals.

None.
Link Posted: 6/16/2014 6:48:27 PM EDT
Nice, but how's it shoot? I picked up a model F about a month ago for $175 and it shot about 10" high at 25 yards. Also was short cycling. I think I got it all worked out now. Mine was made in 1941. I think it would be hard not to buy every one I saw for that price. I really like my Stars.
Link Posted: 6/17/2014 2:13:41 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By Boostinjdm:
Nice, but how's it shoot? I picked up a model F about a month ago for $175 and it shot about 10" high at 25 yards. Also was short cycling. I think I got it all worked out now. Mine was made in 1941. I think it would be hard not to buy every one I saw for that price. I really like my Stars.
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It shoots POA at 15 yards, I did not try it any farther out. I was using CCI Standard velocity. No issues at all. I only wish that they did not have that thumb rest grip. I'm not used to them and it felt odd.


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