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Help with FEG 9mm

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by ctiger, Jul 13, 2007.

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  1. ctiger

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    I recently was able to acquire an FEG 9mm with one 15 round magazine for $200. The model number on the slide is GKK-92C and the tag at the store said "FEG Hi-Power Clone" I was under the impression that this was the hi-power clone with 100% parts interchangeability with Browning. I ordered 4 of the 15/17 round hi-power military magazines from CDNN for $15 a pop. When they arrived I was very disappointed to find that they would not fully seat in my gun and would not feed even a single round. All four mags had this same problem. I went to a local gun store and asked if I could try one of his Browning mags in the gun and it had the same problem. Does anyone know what magazines will work in this pistol?
     
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    The true HiPower clone made by FEG was the PJK-9HP.

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    The GKK series are based on the S&W model 39 series pistols. They look like double-action Hi-Powers because of the slide shape, but they are really S&W's.

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    I can't say anything about mags. Years ago, I owned a .45 GKK and I was able to get magazines from Forrest, Inc.

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    I think you meant the double stack 59 series instead of the single stack 39, but unfortunately S&W 59 series mags will not work as the mag catch cutouts are different. If you get desperate you could try a S&W 59 magazine and try to make a new catch cutout or modify the existing cutout. I seem to recall trying a 59 mag in my RP9K and although it didn't lock in the gun, I recall it fed OK if I kept it in place with a "cup and saucer" hold.

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    Actaully, the 45 GKK is a single stack, which makes it a copy of the 39. BUT, you absolutely right, the 9mm GKK (and the pistol in the photograph)is a double stack like the 59 . And yeah, they don't use S&W mags.

    They are billed as Hi Power clones, as said, but they are their very own beast when it comes to parts and accessories, regardless of which pistol they copied. I have always thought it odd that they did not standardize on an established magazine design to aid in sails.

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    Thanks for all the help everyone. I will search the links provided to see if I can find any magazines.
     
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    Flinch, that does look like it would fit the same gun, but with those FEG NON-HIPOWER "clones", I would be a little nervous of purchasing a mag the wasn't specifically designated for the GKK-92C. IMHO. As mentioned earlier, the frame/trigger mech is a S&W 59 "copy" or imitation.
     
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    Howdy,

    Is this the Gun? http://world.guns.ru/handguns/hg131-e.htm I have had several Of the PJK models. One was a sort of Frankenstein, looked like a hipower but with different slidestop and safety. There use to be a FEG web sight so I sent them the information and they stated it was a transition model.
    mayhaps you got a transition model of some kind..
     
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