PA-63 MANUAL AND HUNGARIAN WEAPONS

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PA-63 MANUAL AND HUNGARIAN WEAPONS

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PA-63 MANUAL AND HUNGARIAN WEAPONS

Post by gunneyrabbit » March 3rd, 2009, 12:52 am

Norm, Very nice thread with lots of information and photographs, this one went onto my favorites list.
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Post by petesimon » April 17th, 2016, 2:53 pm

Hello all! Let me revive this thread a little and offer something that might be useful to y'all. As far as 9x18mm Mak pistols, I have shot the Lucznik Radom P-64, Wanad P-83 and this FEG PA-63. Also shot PA-63's little brother, the MBP-AP 7.65mm (32 ACP). I think all small FEG pistols are the best. This PA-63 is my favorite!

So, I wanted to show my enthusiasm for this pistol, and I compiled together an extensive user's guide, sort of like a long manual for this pistol. It has over 30 pages of background and historical information, reviews and commentary, instructions, as well as technical specifications about the pistol itself and 9x18mm Mak ammunition. Well, when I was viewing the parts' diagrams, I wasn't sure of some of the names of parts. Yeah, I would like help to complete the exploded parts' lists in the document (pages 30 and 31) if you got any ideas. Please reply here or send email to me petesimon (at) yahoo.com with your suggestions. Thanks. Here are the links to the document:

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https://goo.gl/czXgQB |and| https://goo.gl/ILo2KN

Google Sites page, with various document formats and download sources
https://sites.google.com/site/petesimon ... pa63pistol

Also checkout an original manual for this pistol in the Hungarian language made in 1965
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PDF - https://googledrive.com/host/0B7hPlfPtS ... FBDOTZ0bzA
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Post by manicmechanic » November 19th, 2017, 4:28 pm

Great info, will be of great use.

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Post by Ketchman » November 19th, 2017, 7:00 pm

Nice work. I recently bought the .32 ACP version and I like it quite a bit. Funny thing is the frame on it is anodized green. :shock: Had a PA-63 before but foolishly sold it to buy, of all things my P-64.
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Post by manicmechanic » November 19th, 2017, 7:45 pm

I Got my first PA-63 a month or so ago and a R61 yesterday. C'mon Wings, take these Avs!!

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Re: PA-63 MANUAL AND HUNGARIAN WEAPONS

Post by OG17 » November 19th, 2017, 11:08 pm

Ketchman wrote:
November 19th, 2017, 7:00 pm
Nice work. I recently bought the .32 ACP version and I like it quite a bit. Funny thing is the frame on it is anodized green. :shock: Had a PA-63 before but foolishly sold it to buy, of all things my P-64.
Your APB is from Mars. :mrgreen:
I could have sold you one of my PA-63, NOT! :mrgreen: :evilgrin:

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Post by Ketchman » November 19th, 2017, 11:21 pm

:roll:
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