JavaScript is disabled
Our website requires JavaScript to function properly. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser settings before proceeding.
So, after years of searching, we finally acquired the wife a Margolin pattern pistol, in the form of a Chinese PS01:


(First time she shot it was not far off the back porch. Me keeping two potato heads safely wrangled and her letting fly at an old plastic flower planter that was on the way out. Perhaps not exactly evocative of royalty, but I jest because of her favorite character wielding one in space opera. :s0112: )

Jokes aside, alas, that designation produces a bajillion false positives whilst googling said. Therefore, the questions:

Number One: The Threaded Barrel


I've read, and it does appear to be so, that this variant is threaded. Inquiries:

  • Is this so?
  • Anyone know what thread pitch?
  • How does one remove the thread protector without doing damage? I've tried so with just fingers and couldn't get it off. I hesitate taking tools to it until I know more.
It would be good to know in general, but we'd both love to put a small silencer on this one.

Number Two: Magazines

It looks to me that they are nearly identical to the Russian, 10-round type:



But, who knows? I ordered a spare from SARCO with the idea trying it; works, great, keep and maybe buy another. Not, send back for the refund. Though they took my order, I received an email about a week later saying sold out. Curses.

I do see them pop up on eBay from time to time, but I don't know if they are compatible or not.

Anyone know the answers?

Use an exercise resistance band for extra grip and try again by hand before going to more drastic measures. Use some Kroil. Maybe try throwing the gun in the freezer for a bit as well - a slight metal contraction with penetrating oil may be fruitful.
That actually crossed my mind. I have no idea how they made them and considering the origin could be a lot of different things.
I managed to XX-up the gas ring nut inside of my AKA1919 12 GA. because it was left-handed... Who knew... :s0092:

Nothing in the manual about it. :mad:

It took forever to get a new one.:(

If you have to force something....There's a reason. :s0107:

Upcoming Events

Classic Gun & Knife Show
Mount Vernon, WA
McMinnville Gun and Knife Show
McMinnville, OR
Redmond Gun Show
Redmond, OR

New Resource Reviews

New Classified Ads

Back Top