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Need Info, Excam GT 32 acp

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Kiln, Oct 23, 2011.

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  1. Kiln

    Kiln Member

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    Hey guys there is a blued Excam GT 32 in a local store for about $150 tax included. Condition is maybe 90%, pretty slick looking little gun. I'm wondering if they're worth the bill and a half or not. I know some of you don't have any love for the Titan .25 but this is a different animal altogether.

    Just wondering if anybody has owned one, what are they constructed from (blue book says steel but I'm unsure), and if it would be worth messing with even at the low price.
     
  2. usp9

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    I had a .380 version. This is not a quality pistol, so $150 is about tops in price. I no longer have the gun in my collection, but I recall thinking the metal had a zinc component to it, but I could be wrong.

    Worth messing with? Sure, just realize this isn't Beretta and have fun with it as long as it lasts, which may be a unpredictable period.
     
  3. Kiln

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    Wow, these must have been a somewhat uncommon gun for only one person to have any info on them. I'm amazed.
     
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    European American Armory imported them for several years.
    They are not a "top end" gun by any means but usually worth a buck and a half if one floats your boat.
     
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    Mines a earlier Tanfoglio GT 380 xe (double stack). I think they have been sold under a bunch of names. They are steel guns and $150 is about the right price. Mines been a reliable fun to shoot pistol but not a tack driver.

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