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Posted: 9/10/2009 12:01:23 PM EST
[Last Edit: 9/10/2009 12:03:52 PM EST by missouriatc]
I have a neighbor who said he would give me 1k 9x18 rounds if I could find something to shoot it with.
Anybody close to KC,MO have a Makarov or CZ-82 that shoots this round for sale? Also any shops have one for a decent price?
thanks
Link Posted: 9/10/2009 12:43:59 PM EST
You could get a C&R CZ82.
Link Posted: 9/10/2009 1:23:10 PM EST
I have a CZ-82 i'd sell for $185, its used, shows wear but it functions and sights are straight. A little more beat up then AIM is selling
Link Posted: 9/10/2009 3:00:24 PM EST
Karl at On Target has several Polish P64 pistols for a decent price. Built like a tank, and the closest you can get to a Makarov this side of $500.

Link Posted: 9/10/2009 3:24:13 PM EST
If you have access to a FFL license S.O.G. are advertising Bulgarian Makarovs for $289.95, Hungarian PA-63 for $179.95 but will require a $7.00 hammer spring kit to fix the horrendous DA trigger pull. They advertise the CZ-82 at $199.95 and they are C&R if you have a 03 license. All good guns in 9x18 and way below $500.00.
Link Posted: 9/10/2009 4:20:30 PM EST
Originally Posted By 9026543:
If you have access to a FFL license S.O.G. are advertising Bulgarian Makarovs for $289.95, Hungarian PA-63 for $179.95 but will require a $7.00 hammer spring kit to fix the horrendous DA trigger pull. They advertise the CZ-82 at $199.95 and they are C&R if you have a 03 license. All good guns in 9x18 and way below $500.00.


Had one, and no.

Link Posted: 9/10/2009 4:32:12 PM EST
prefer one locally in KC,MO
Link Posted: 9/10/2009 4:42:55 PM EST
I have a CZ82, and I like it a lot. It's just got a really good feel to it. You could just let me have the ammo, and not spend your hard earned money.

or....

I may have to consider selling you my CZ, but I just don't know about that....
Link Posted: 9/10/2009 4:57:30 PM EST
pm sent DBAR and Reaperatm
Link Posted: 9/10/2009 5:32:08 PM EST
I think snapshotz may have them, I thought I saw one in there a week or two ago, It is Denny's in NKC. I don't remember how much.
816-221-9117
Link Posted: 9/10/2009 9:48:43 PM EST
Originally Posted By kc215:
I think snapshotz may have them, I thought I saw one in there a week or two ago, It is Denny's in NKC. I don't remember how much.
816-221-9117


Hell...Get the ammo and lets go shooting at Crossfire sometime. I own one Bulgarian Makarov, one Czech CZ-82, one Polish P64, and two Hungarian PA-63 (See picture of these below).



Link Posted: 9/11/2009 3:11:27 AM EST
Originally Posted By the_naked_prophet:
Originally Posted By 9026543:
If you have access to a FFL license S.O.G. are advertising Bulgarian Makarovs for $289.95, Hungarian PA-63 for $179.95 but will require a $7.00 hammer spring kit to fix the horrendous DA trigger pull. They advertise the CZ-82 at $199.95 and they are C&R if you have a 03 license. All good guns in 9x18 and way below $500.00.


Had one, and no.



You must have had a rare bad one or you just expect maybe $5,000.00 performance out of a $200.00 gun. I have both a PA-63 in 9x18 and a AP-MBP in 32 ACP. Both are great guns after changing out the $6.00 hammer springs to lighten the DA trigger pull. Have run hundreds of round through both and have not had one problem with them.

Link Posted: 9/11/2009 4:37:57 AM EST
Originally Posted By 9026543:
Originally Posted By the_naked_prophet:
Originally Posted By 9026543:
If you have access to a FFL license S.O.G. are advertising Bulgarian Makarovs for $289.95, Hungarian PA-63 for $179.95 but will require a $7.00 hammer spring kit to fix the horrendous DA trigger pull. They advertise the CZ-82 at $199.95 and they are C&R if you have a 03 license. All good guns in 9x18 and way below $500.00.


Had one, and no.



You must have had a rare bad one or you just expect maybe $5,000.00 performance out of a $200.00 gun. I have both a PA-63 in 9x18 and a AP-MBP in 32 ACP. Both are great guns after changing out the $6.00 hammer springs to lighten the DA trigger pull. Have run hundreds of round through both and have not had one problem with them.



Tried mine both before and after the springs, couldn't get through a single mag without a feeding failure, using ball ammo.

The hammer also bites something awful, and the magazine release was sticky. I sold it for what I had in it, with full disclosure.
Link Posted: 9/11/2009 5:22:35 AM EST
Originally Posted By the_naked_prophet:
Originally Posted By 9026543:
Originally Posted By the_naked_prophet:
Originally Posted By 9026543:
If you have access to a FFL license S.O.G. are advertising Bulgarian Makarovs for $289.95, Hungarian PA-63 for $179.95 but will require a $7.00 hammer spring kit to fix the horrendous DA trigger pull. They advertise the CZ-82 at $199.95 and they are C&R if you have a 03 license. All good guns in 9x18 and way below $500.00.


Had one, and no.



You must have had a rare bad one or you just expect maybe $5,000.00 performance out of a $200.00 gun. I have both a PA-63 in 9x18 and a AP-MBP in 32 ACP. Both are great guns after changing out the $6.00 hammer springs to lighten the DA trigger pull. Have run hundreds of round through both and have not had one problem with them.



Tried mine both before and after the springs, couldn't get through a single mag without a feeding failure, using ball ammo.

The hammer also bites something awful, and the magazine release was sticky. I sold it for what I had in it, with full disclosure.



You must of had a bad one. No feeding problems, no hammer bites, and no magazine release problems with either of mine.
Link Posted: 9/11/2009 1:52:43 PM EST
[Last Edit: 9/11/2009 1:56:31 PM EST by PlaysWithAtoms]
I bought one of the AIM Vz. 82s recently and definitely love the gun. Good ergonomics and good looks. You can't exactly find the caliber at Wal-Mart, unfortunately.

A word of caution: my AIM Vz. 82 had an unreal amount of sand in the internals. It didn't even function until I stripped down all 55 parts- it was not easy getting the gun back together. It would appear RGUNS-imported 82s were sand-blasted and repainted to look newer. The sights were painted over in-place and required cleaning plus white nail polish for dots. A fun project altogether, but don't expect your Vz. 82 to arrive in working condition.

On the plus side, the import mark is on the bottom of the slide and not noticeable at all.

ETA: The pistol shoots straight. I haven't toyed with the sights but it grouped well for a novice like myself. It has a lot of recoil and bruised a friend's palm in just one magazine. I think replacing the recoil spring with a higher power Wolff Spring (16.5 or 18.5 lb) would go a long way towards taming the little thing since it's a blowback design.
Link Posted: 9/18/2009 2:28:38 PM EST
Got one in good condition with 400 rounds to go with it. Shot 50 rounds through it and I love it.
thanks DBAR for the sale
Link Posted: 9/18/2009 4:29:44 PM EST
I'm glad your happy with it. It was good meeting you, and I now know that the CZ 82 is in good hands now.

It was a win/win transaction. Thank you.

DBAR
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