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Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by win, Aug 31, 2015.
What do you guys think of these?
I see AIMs and Classic has them.
Anyone here got one?
Do a search - people here seem to want to like them until they actually fire them.
Bought one a few months ago from Classic. Also bought the spring kit right away from Wolff springs. FIring single action is no problem. Double action requires the about the grip strength of a gorilla. Still, shoots very well.
I had three.
Very reliable little guns..
The double action trigger is terrible. The spring kit helps a lot.
Gun kicks like hell. I've never seen anyone that wanted to shoot a whole box of ammo. One time my hand was bleeding from the gun.
The guns were accurate for what they are.
One of my guns shot left, one center and the other shot right.
This is the one that shot right. 50 yards, standing using two hands.
Too heavy double action trigger pull, and a dangerously too light of a single action pull. I have one.......there will be no more..........
Great gun, never misses a beat, solidly built, the wolff springs are a must, tames the recoil a bit and makes the trigger bearable in DA, if firing only SA, then the stock configuration is fine.
The fatter grips look awesome, and tame the recoil to the point that the gun is pleasant to shoot.
They are nice looking, reliable pistols, but they are not very pleasant to shoot and the trigger sucks.
did you put in new springs?
The grips are the biggest upgrade nedt to springs. I Had tisi in my car as my pizza delivery gun, reliable enough to trust
Yeah, I'm sure that would improve it quite a bit, as would a better set of grips.
I think its a good quality pistol. Its just not so easy on the hands as is.
Even with all their shortcomings, I'm still vulnerable to an impulse purchase if I ever stumble upon a good deal on a P64 at a gun show. I still wouldn't mind a CZ-82 as well.
Nice inexpensive carry piece that can be fully loaded since the safety locks the firing pin from moving. Springs and a beavertail grip would be necessary for shootability IMO. I bought mine for $150 and sold it for a little more.
Mine has marshals grips. One cracked last range trip and i contacted marshals, they said i had a older run of different construction they changed later. There building me a new pair to new standard and shipping at no charge. The guys back their product!
That sounds pretty cool.