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The 7.7x58 is an easy cartridge to reload for thankfully. As far as the "last ditch" rifles go, mine is early 1945 production and it is perfectly safe to fire with full power loads. The true last ditch weapons were nothing more than a pipe wired to a bamboo stick. I use a 180gr Speer HotCor over 40i...
- May 30th, 2016, 9:45 pm
- Forum: Modifications, Fixes, and Repairs
- Topic: P-64 Extended Mag Release
- Replies: 96
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Don't hesitate buying one, it really adds to the functionality of the pistol. Of course I haven't carried it all day yet, but that time is coming.
After many delays and multiple setbacks, I finally was able to get out to the range to break in my freshly rebuilt P-64. The new Wolff 18lb hammer spring gives me a great 4lb single action pull and a usable double action. I personally couldn't tell a difference between the stock recoil spring or the...
- May 12th, 2016, 1:43 am
- Forum: Ammunition
- Topic: Have you ever tried Underwood ammo in your P64??
- Replies: 2
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I'm waiting on the spring kit from Wolff before I commit to burning through 60 rounds of the stuff. The company is very close to my house so it's an easy drive for me.
Hello everyone, longtime lurker here that finally joined up. I've been using this ammo for my CZ-82 and now my P-64. The company is local for me so I just drive there to pick it up, but it's great stuff. Their XTP +P is plenty snappy in my CZ-82, I'm hesitant to try it in my P-64 until my new grips ...