Aim Surplus Polish P-64

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MustangSteveGT
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Aim Surplus Polish P-64

Post by MustangSteveGT » October 1st, 2016, 10:25 pm

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Snatched up a good deal on $180 c&r Polish Random P-64 from AIM surplus a couple Fridays ago. A lot of bluing left on this one for that price.

I photographed it with my CCW weapon, a Sig Sauer P232 which Is flawlessly reliable with incredibly high quality I can go on and on about.

Ordered some fiocchi brass case 9x18 I found on sale for $13 a box. I still haven't shot my new p-64 yet. I ordered 18 pound hammer spring and 20 lb recoil spring for it to play with. At indoor range I qualify at for ccw I need to use brass cased stuff. We'll see how much I like it and I might add it to my ccw license or maybe transfer to my wife for hers.

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Re: Aim Surplus Polish P-64

Post by Ketchman » October 2nd, 2016, 6:31 pm

Damn! Nice steal!
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Re: Aim Surplus Polish P-64

Post by Curly1 » October 2nd, 2016, 7:04 pm

Great looking pair!
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Re: Aim Surplus Polish P-64

Post by chestertnted » October 3rd, 2016, 7:01 am

Great deal. Tulamo is a good price also
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