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Arsenal Makarov 9x18mm Makarov 3.68in Blued Pistol - 8+1 Rounds - Used - This is a cold war classic manufactured by Arsenal of Bulgaria, chambered in the venerable Russian caliber 9x18mm Makarov. These pistols are used surplus and in good working order, but may exhibit some wear on the finish in addition to some dings and scratches. It’s a double action/single action pistol with a 3.68in barrel and a safety/decocker on the slide. Featuring a steel frame, fixed sights, and a durable blued finish, this pistol is built to stand the test of time. If you need a reliable handgun for practice or defense, without breaking the bank, take a look at the Makarov. Double Action/Single Action Semi Automatic PistolSafety/Decocker On SlideDurable Blued Steel FrameFixed SightsMade In BulgariaUsed Model
MPN#: USED HG2305-G
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Makarov is a fine weapon.

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Is there any way to order these to an FFL? I’m only seeing a ship to store option

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5 months after you asked, I see a "Ship To an FFL Dealer" option

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Man I bought one of these in 1995 for $49.99 at a sporting goods store... lol. Good little pistols though for what they are. Not at this price however....

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Good lord settled down.I wasn't trying to somehow imply the price I paid back in1995 ($49.99) should be the same price these days. I'm not an idiot and I understand Inflation, Supply and demand, etc...I was only speaking off this CURRENTLY listed price. Its way too much. They are excellent little pistols and I really enjoyed the one I had.. Ballistically they are not too of the food chain when it some to knock down power but they are very reliable and last a lifetime. They certainly do not produce solid pistols of full steel, except on very small, limited quantity these days. If it was say around $250-$280, I'd most likely buy one for my collection.

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I agree completely! In fact I will add that prices for 1911s are insane! Why should you pay more for a 1911 than how much it cost 1957: $45?

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Give me $49.99 today and I’ll give you 459.99 in 26 years

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Deal! Considering the average annual inflation of 3%, average banks interest rate of 2.5%, and that that would be a 900% return on investment... I’ll give you $5K, if you guarantee a $46K return.

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