HOW TO DISASSEMBLY YOUR P-64

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Post by mikethewreck » December 31st, 2005, 5:10 pm

Would lighter loads (like the upcoming 9 x 18 PowRBall) work well, you think?

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Post by b52stan » December 31st, 2005, 11:51 pm

Should be fine, but I posted that their website was showing a much weaker load for the 9X18 than their listed 380 load. Somebody said it might have been a mistake, but I would check before buying.
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Post by abwehr » January 1st, 2006, 6:13 am

b52stan,

Yes, you are correct about checking the weight of the bullet before buying the new PowRBalls for 9x18mm. I sure do want to get some of these is they are good. I have them for my .40 S&W Sig P226 and the samples I saw fired in geletin was VERY impressive. That little plastic ball opened the .40 up to almost double the diamter!

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Post by b52stan » January 1st, 2006, 2:30 pm

abwehr,
I wasn't talking about Corbon Powerball bullet wt.. It's the energy and velocity posted on their site for the 9 Mak that were well below their 380 load numbers.
Must be a mistake, but I just checked the site, and it's still showing the same numbers.

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Post by fjblackesq » January 1st, 2006, 3:52 pm

to: b52stan et al :bullet size: I heartily agree: I always ask someone who complains about tool much recoil: " do you use the ammo designed for the handgun"??? This seems so true for our CZAKs. Messing around w/ ammo and springs from the original "OEM" is canabalism and detracts from the integrity of the item. The team that designed the P 64 were not dummies and had benefit of experience of Mauser et al. Admittedly they were better than some of the iseguy amatuers. So why mess w/ expertise and take a chance on getting hurt. fjblackesq

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Post by pezzonovante » January 3rd, 2006, 9:09 pm

"The ammo comes in 16rd boxes because it was made mainly for sub machine gun "9mm pm wz. 63". This gun has 16rd mags. "

Sorry, bartos - the Rak has got 15 rd magazine (1 per gun) for transfer and 25 rounders (set of 3 per gun) for combat. Before the advent of the Vanad (P-83) there were no Polish weapons with a magazine capacity suited to the 16 rd carton. The box capacity was a heritage of the Makarov, with it's 8 rd magazines and 2 magazines per gun.

Greetings to all forum members. I'm new here, and to the forum things as well. How can one get himself all the data on the left: pics, locations etc? How can I post pictures etc? I got much Czak related historical material, photos, holsters (including the Commie times secret police undercover holsters - would you believe: 4 different types of these?), you name it. All comes from a book I'm planning for some time this or next year. Just tell me you want to see and read it all - and if you would not, I'll shove it to you anyways ;D

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Post by bartos061 » January 4th, 2006, 5:36 am

Sorry guys my mistake :-[ :-[ :-[ I deleted my post
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Post by abwehr » January 4th, 2006, 7:30 am

pazzonovante,

WELCOME to the P-64 Forum! We are certainnly glad to have you as a contributor. There is not much information on this great little pistol in the US, but with help from all the members from Poland, we can learn!

To answer some of your quesation;
Posting Pictures: Go to the Website and Forum Info on the main index. There is a thread about how to post photos. The photo must be posted on a website which will host photos, and from there, you can attach a link to the photo. Here is a link to the Page: http://p64.proboards67.com/index.cgi?bo ... 1132531697
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Post by tunnelrat » January 5th, 2006, 2:50 pm

Hi, I found something for You. :D
This pictures was made in late seventies in my military academy.
Excellent! Thank you.

Those pictures came from a very different world...

[Oh, yeah -- I just joined today. Thank you guys very much for this wonderful site. I have enjoyed my little P-64 Radom, but I have not been able to get much information about it until your website.]
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Post by xelloss » February 7th, 2006, 9:37 am

"The ammo comes in 16rd boxes because it was made mainly for sub machine gun "9mm pm wz. 63". This gun has 16rd mags. "

Sorry, bartos - the Rak has got 15 rd magazine (1 per gun) for transfer and 25 rounders (set of 3 per gun) for combat. Before the advent of the Vanad (P-83) there were no Polish weapons with a magazine capacity suited to the 16 rd carton. The box capacity was a heritage of the Makarov, with it's 8 rd magazines and 2 magazines per gun.
Makes sense... I've got some old Soviet-era Russian Makarov rounds in the little military 16-rd boxes... Cool stuff, but I haven't been able to find any more for several years now...

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