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The P-64 is a Polish 9x18mm semi-automatic pistol designed to fire the 9×18mm Makarov cartridge. The pistol was developed in the late 1950s at the Institute for Artillery Research (Polish: Zakład Broni Strzeleckiej Centralnego Badawczego Poligonu Artyleryjskiego, which later became the Military Institute of Armament Technology, Polish: Wojskowy Instytut Techniczny Uzbrojenia w Zielonce—WITU) by a team consisting of: W. Czepukajtis, R. Zimny, H. Adamczyk, M. Adamczyk, S. Kaczmarski and J. Pyzel. The P-64 is also known as the CZAK (an acronym of the designers' last names with the exception of J. Pyzel, who joined the team after the name had been established).
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Safe Sale! Rami, LCR, LCP, XDs, XDM, P64, M57
Located in the Beaverton/Tigard area. Willing to meet within a reasonable distance. Buyer to select FFL and pay any transfer fees.
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For sale is my Polish P64 in great condition. It was purchased from Classic Firearms a year ago and I never got around to fully removing the cosmoline. Marked as made in 1968. There are some handling marks as most mil surps would have but still in really good cosmetic shape. Would love...
For sale is a 1974 Polish P64 Makarov. It is a good little gun and runs great. It comes with 2 magazine's and a second set of grips. It has a new Wolf hammer spring and recoil spring. Selling because I don't use it much and I want to buy a Ruger Mark IV.
Started a new business and in need of some more funds to keep it going. Really upset with having to let these go but out of my whole collection these are what I can part with. All the newer ones are in great almost unused condition but have been fired. The surplus guns are what you would expect...
I am selling a Polish Radom P64. I have only shots 12 rounds through it but with a manufacture date of 1974, round count is unknown. This pistol is in 9x18 Makarov and works fine, I just need money for another project. I replaced the hammer and recoil springs with Wolff springs for a lighter...