I have for sale a PA-63. It was (is??) the Hungarian military sidearm, looks a lot like a Walther PPK, but shoots the 9x18 Makarov round. Similar in ballistics to a .380. It is small, concealable. The all steel construction helps with recoil, but it is heavier than, say, a Kel-Tec. Magazines hold 7-rounds. Pistol comes with three (3) magazines, all military suprlus. It also comes with 150 rounds in boxes and enough to load all 3 magazines (171 rounds total). The rounds are Russian FMJ, polymer with laquer coating. I've owned this pistol for eighteen years, I believe I bought it when they first began importing them. I've run about 300 rounds through it without a problem. It has some handling scratches on it, but otherwise in very good/excellent condition. The black finish is all good and the barrel is shiny with good grooves. I just don't shoot it anymore and figure someone else might get some use out of it. Asking $220 for the entire package, it looks like a fair price based on what these have sold for on gunbroker. (Guns have sold from 150-200 with 1 mag, extra magazines are 15-20, and the ammo would sell for 30-40). Will do FtF transfer with ODL and bill of sale to those with positive feedback here. Thanks for looking.