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IJ70-AH Makarov

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by ccsniper, Apr 22, 2011.

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  1. ccsniper

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    A local shop has the double stack Makarov in .380 for sale for 219 +tax. Is this a decent price? Comes with one magazine.
     
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    whats it worth?
     
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    If you want a double stack Makarov, then that's going to be a tough price to beat in this neck of the woods. However, if you are simply looking for something of that ilk, then I would personally prefer a CZ83 (or CZ82 if you don't mind a 9x18 in lieu of 9x17) as I believe they offer more bang for the buck as far as features go.

    Both were offered by SOG last I check and both for around the price you listed for that particular Makarov.

    But if you were looking specifically for that model of Makarov, I believe that to be a more than fair price assuming the pistol is in decent shape.
     
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    pistol is in pretty good shape, but a slight bit of surface rust on the left side of the frame
     
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    If it comes with two original non-Klinton magazines that is good price. I would think spare "bottleneck" magazines would be hard to locate. For a shooter it seems CZ 82 would make a better choice. There are lots of good deals out there. Last week I looked over 1967 vintage (factory refurbished in '98) Walther P1 with two magazines new German drop holster with flap and cleaning rod for $319. I thought hard about that one for about five minutes before I decided against that purchase (don't need another handgun).
     
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    A double stack .380 Mak? :what: Are you sure? Forgive my ignorance, but I've never seen or even heard of a double stack Mak in .380. :confused: If it's the real deal and in good shape, I'd say you are looking at quite the deal.
     
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