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FEG PA-63 9mm Makarov

Discussion in 'Handgun Classifieds' started by PMC, May 12, 2011.

  1. PMC

    PMC Lynnwood Active Member

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    Bought this from another member on here a while back. So far, I'm loving it, and am in no hurry to get rid of it.
    Cash price is $280, you have to come pick it up from my area. I'm in the U-District.

    Trade interests in order of how much I want them:
    -Any 9mm/.357/.38 handgun
    -12ga shotgun with around an 18"-20" barrel
    -Hi Point or Kel tec 9mm carbine

    I'll add money if need be to even out the trade.

    All matching serials.
    Comes with:
    -3 magazines
    -Wood handgrips
    -Surplus leather holster
    -Extra recoil spring
    -50 rounds of 9mm Makarov

    Put 50 through it without issues.
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  2. krayvon

    krayvon Seattle! Member

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    arent these 9x18 marakov? as in you cant use a standard 9x19 in it? i'm no small firearms expert so if i'm wrong, i'd appreciate some feedback :)
     
  3. PMC

    PMC Lynnwood Active Member

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    Yes, this takes a 9x18mm Makarov round, more simply labeled as 9mm Makarov. To clarify it for anyone else, 9mm Makarov (9x18mm) is different from the standard 9mm Luger (9x19mm).
     
  4. krayvon

    krayvon Seattle! Member

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    i'm assuming if i buy it i cant use standard 9x19 in this right?
    any idea if price/perfomance is different on a 9mm Makarov vs Luger9mm?
     
  5. coop44

    coop44 Tacoma ,WA Well-Known Member

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    This information is available with a simple search. In a nutshell, better numbers than a .380 (9x17), less performance than a 9mm parabellum (9x19)
     
  6. PMC

    PMC Lynnwood Active Member

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    Bingo.

    No. It is a completely different round and cannot be interchanged with the standard 9x19mm.
    Box of 50 steel cased Makarov rounds is the same as 50 standard brass-cased 9mm. If you want brass Makarov rounds, I think they're slightly more expensive. It is okay to used steel-cased rounds in combloc weapons though, since that's what they were made for.
     
  7. krayvon

    krayvon Seattle! Member

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    pm sent