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Took four cheap pistols out to the range Sunday afternoon: Czech .32 auto; Star BM 9mm; Walther P1 9mm ; PA63 9mm Makarov. This was the first time out with the P1 and the Star; 2nd time with PA63 and Czech.

The Walther I sprayed all over the place, port to starboard. The little Czech .32 put them right where I wanted to. The Star BM also laid them right in there, where I wanted them to. The absolute worst was that PA63 in Makarov. That thing is actually painful to shoot. The alloy frame really beats me up. I'm no lightweight, by any means, but that thing is horrible. It doesn't shoot too badly, but it did bite me pretty well on the web of my left hand. ( I am trying to learn to shoot left-handed, due to a come-together with my right-hand trigger finger and my snowblower.) There is a bite mark, and 5 little hickeys on my left hand now.

I guess the Makarov will go, as will the P1. The Star will go onto my favorites list. The .32 will be another "fun-gun." :roll:
 

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felix--Total sympathy with the Hungarian POS. Had 2, sold one before I realized it Rules over the Unworthy category.

I've taken a stone and emery to the mag lips, and every other part that drew blood, and I STILL can't load a mag without red stains...Hoona Hellneeds that? All that said knowing there are some that actually CARRY (ccw) one of those PA-63 POS. I like the Mak round as a niche, but my next statement is gonna tweak some good folks: I don't want to be ugly here, but I wouldn't take the sumbeech rabbit hunting. Fact.

My memorandum, and yours, should be, "Unload at next gun show, let LeRoy teach Junior how NOT to load a mag..."

(gimme a dam bandaid...)
 
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