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AIM Surplus has Makarovs

Discussion in 'Makarov Club' started by Russ in PA, Feb 5, 2010.


  1. Russ in PA

    Russ in PA
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  2. KinderGlocken

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    That is a decent price if they are in good shape. Got 3 of them back when they were a lot cheaper. I keep thinking of selling 2 of them and keeping the best one to help pay for another project 1911 but keep deciding to keep them after a Mak range session. These are sweet pistols. I'm down to less than a 1000 rounds of silver bear and at todays prices I'm better off reloading. I really need to get some dies and load some Mak. Don't have any Mak brass but from what I hear you can cut 9mm brass back. Anyone doing this? Or is there any afordable brass available? Also any one know of a adjustable rear site that requires the least amount of milling and will work with the stock front?
     

  3. hoosier#17

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    The Bulgarians are good guns.
     
  4. 50 Cent

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    Those are keepers if they are anything like the Bulgy Mak I got for about $200 a few years back. Accurate, relentlessly reliable, a beefier cartridge than .380 and (still) readily available ammo. Whats not to like?