Indian Arms P380

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Came upon the forum on the Indian Arms and I have one that did in fact have the cast safety drum snap. Did not use it for years and then decided to do a little research. Went to my local gunsmith and we found that with a slight amount of fileing the Walther PPK works great in my pistol. He found one for about $30 and even though it was blued and not stainless it works. Actually looks good that way. Also put my brothers Walther PPK mag in and that worked seamlessly. It was 7rd so it stuck out a little so I would think the 6rd would be great. Mine came with one set of wood grips on the fun and one 6rd mag. All came in the box that has been shown in the forum. Hope this helps.
 

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