This gun was on my "maybe" list for quite a while, but it certainly wasn't something I was actively looking for. I already own a VIS P35 and a MAG 98, so I wanted one of the small blowback variants to round off my Radom collection, so to speak. However, it was a great deal that presented itself to prompt me to finally pick one up. I got this very nice condition example out the door for just $185! Considering that I see them selling close to $300 on Gunbroker, I felt this was a great price in this condition. The Radom P-64 is chambered for the 9x18 Makarov round and was introduced in the early to mid 1960s. They were built in Radom, Poland. They are a double action, fixed barrel, blowback pistol. The single stack magazine holds 6 rounds. Unlike the Makarov pistols, the safety/decocker does not lock the trigger. It also works the opposite direction, which I don't care for. I much prefer the Mak's safety off in the downwards position (like a 1911). Having said that, the P-64 is much slimmer than the Makarov pistol through both the slide and frame. I'm even comparing it to my single stack Russian Makarov. As typical with stuff like this, the DA trigger pull feels like 15 to 20 pounds. Though I have not shot it yet, small 9x18 blowback pistols tend to be pretty hard on your hands and not a lot of fun to shoot. Refinement is not the strong point of these guns, but I find them very interesting. They are very similar to a Walther PP. As you can see from the stamp, mine was produced in 1974. Any P-64 owners here? What are your opinions of the pistol? As always, please enjoy the pics and share your thoughts. Thanks!