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CZ-83 in 9-mm Mak?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by TooTaxed, Apr 22, 2003.

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  1. TooTaxed

    TooTaxed Member

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    Any comments? How's the accuracy? Am considering one as the Makarovs appear to have about disappeared from the market...
     
  2. jc2

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    SOG still has Bugarian Maks for $129--that's about $200 less expensive than the CZ 83.
     
  3. CZF

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    Buy one if you can find one. CZ-USA quit importing them, except
    by special order (40 or so) my gun shot low with most ball loads.
    2 inches is really nothing to get upset over. Did fine with the
    Barnaul JHP.
     

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    Edit - never mind... I'm an idiot. :p
     
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    The CZ83 Mak is very fun, accurate and cheap to shoot. Its has the best qualities of the .380, which needless to say it a bloody lot. Ive had both.....I miss the Mak because of the caliber and I miss the .380 because it was polished deep blue...aahhhhhhh!
    Get one IF YOU CAN FIND ONE!
    Shoot well
     
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