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P64

Discussion in 'Military Surplus' started by gfercaks33, Mar 8, 2016.

  1. gfercaks33

    gfercaks33 Sharpshooter

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    Finally got around to shooting my p64 I got for Christmas last week. I only shot it in single action and the trigger was wonderful, the recoil was manageable I have a grip sleeve on it and that dramatically helped, as for accuracy I was to blame on because I was using an existing target at banner so I couldn't really tell where I was hitting and I had been shooting my 22/45 so everything else I had felt inaccurate. I ran through a partial box of focochi (sp?) and it worked flawlessly.

    Overall thoughts i like it quite a bit and it will suit my carry needs .
     
  2. AKguy1985

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    I have a friend that uses one for his CCW gun. I've carried one in the past too. The DA pull is super heavy.
     
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    Heavy trigger but good backup pistol.
     
  4. gfercaks33

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    The sa trigger pull isn't half bad. I shot another box of ammo through it recently.
     
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    Great pistol, I really like mine. I put new Wolf springs in it. Recoil, firing pin, and hammer spring and it made a huge difference in making the double action pull much lighter.
     

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