Polish P-64

Polish P-64

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    Polish P-64

    Picked up my Polish P-64 from the pawn shop today. I must say, from the others that I have seen online, this one looks pretty cherry. It was made in 1968. I called the day I ordered it and asked for them to hand pick my one from 1977 as that is my birth year, and they said it had already been shipped. I may just order another one for spare parts.

    I got it from JG for $159, and I already have a set of Marschal Grips ordered. Here are the pics of the gun:

    will post more once the grips come in.





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    You got yourself a little creampuff there my friend. It looks as nice or nicer than my J&G 1971. You will love the way it shoots. Don't change anything until you shoot it bone-stock. Remove the grips and soak it in mineral spirits for a few hours to remove any cosmoline from the internals. After that you can wipe it dow, blow it off with the air-chuck and oil it up for use.

    J&G has nice Silver bear HP's and Sellior & Bellot brass 9x18 in stock last time I checked. Enjoy your new pistol.


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    Nice pick!
    Great little CC guns for the price!
    Wish I had the cash to spare, that would be a nice start to rebuilding my arsenal!

    Enjoy!
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    Nice one, I have a 1968 that I use as a BUG left side pocket carry (weak side). My other 9x18mm Maks are CZ 82 and FEG PA 63. I carry either one in a pancake holster right hip.






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    Quote Originally Posted by gumaro View Post
    Nice one, I have a 1968 that I use as a BUG left side pocket carry (weak side). My other 9x18mm Maks are CZ 82 and FEG PA 63. I carry either one in a pancake holster right hip.




    Where did you pick up the pancake holster for the 82?

    (sorry, didn't mean to hijack the thread!)

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    I've always liked the 64, and think they are an awesome budget pick. May not be sexy, but a good size in a decent cartridge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arko View Post
    Where did you pick up the pancake holster for the 82?

    (sorry, didn't mean to hijack the thread!)

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    I've always liked the 64, and think they are an awesome budget pick. May not be sexy, but a good size in a decent cartridge.
    I made a leather one, the other one I use is the nylon Blackhawk pancake #01 without the retention straps, got it at Sportsmansguide.com (about $30 shipped) you can also get it from Blackhawks website.
    Last edited by gumaro; July 7th, 2009 at 09:48 AM. Reason: spelling

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    Quote Originally Posted by gumaro View Post
    I made a leather one, the other one I use is the nylon Blackhawk pancake #01 without the retention straps, got it at Sportsmansguide.com (about $30 shipped) you can also get it from Blackhawks website.
    I realized that a DeSantis Nemesis for my S&W 642 fits on the P64 nicely. I am going to have Alessi Gun Holsters make me a custom IWB for for mine as soon as they finish my PPS OWB rig.

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    Nice!
    Sometimes you have to get a little creative fo rholsters for these C&R guns!
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    Cool. There are some good bargains on Eastern block handguns. You just have to stock up on the ammo, which these days is good advice no matter what you have.

    If you want to dress up your P-64 check out Marschal Grips as they make some great stuff. If you visit the site be sure to check out their three pages of hi-res images, very nice indeed. I just got a set of his for my Bersa.

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