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Hungarian feg gkk .45 quality and value

Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by bassingal, Apr 20, 2009.

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  1. bassingal

    bassingal Member

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    :)i am looking at buying a hungarian made pistol, a feg gkk .45 with two single mags still in shipping styrofoam no box, does anyone have knowledge of quality or value or problems with this weapon.
     
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    I have one.

    Well... I happen to have one, but I haven't shot it since...... yesterday.

    You're dead wrong about nobody having one:scrutiny:. I've had mine for ten years or so.

    What do you need to know? Quality is good, trigger is kinda gritty. Reliability is excellent. It's a lot like a .45 version of a Browning Hi-power. The controls are a bit on the 'fat' side, so it's not really graceful as a Hi-power. On the other hand, it didn't come with a big price tag, either. I paid about $300 when I bought mine new in the box in '98 or '99.

    The thing I don't like about it is its barrel and slide mass versus the grip mass. To me, it would be a lot better if it had a 5" barrel instead of 4", but it is what it is. It's rugged, well designed and made, dependable, low price. You can even get extra mags for it if you don't mind dealing with (I spit) Midway.
     
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    feg gkk 45

    thanks for the info what do you know about the serial #'s, this one that i am looking at is AA004634. does that tell you when it was manufactured?
     
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    There's one for sale locally. 1 mag, no case or papers, $350 obo. Worth it?
     
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