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I've possessed a C&R license for 10 years now, so I just had to have one of these.
Great design and very accurate...Not to mention 12+1...:wink:
I have a set of grips coming from Dennis Marschalko, and a Conture Beltslide holster from Wild Bill's Concealment leather.



 

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Nice frenchy, and nice pic's. I've been planning on getting a c&r for years and never have.
 

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I've had my C&R for some time now and all I have used it for was a discount at Midway. Maybe I should be looking at these.:rolleyes:
 

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Frenchy,

Not to rain on your parade, but stay on top of Wild Bill's. There's been a LOT of us that have had probs with "getting" his products. My LTW Comm is on my hip right now in a Speed Scabbard. All my stuff from him I got at the local gunshow, but many have had probs with internet or phone sales. His belt's don't hold up as well as "The Beltman" (worked for Wild Bill before going out on his own). My holster is great and only complaint was dye rubbing off on my clothes. Just a word of caution to stay on top of him and his delivery times....

Congrats on your Mak. My first pistol ever was a Russian (single stack) Mak 9x18. Extremely accurate and reliable. Tracy
 

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Frenchy,

Not to rain on your parade, but stay on top of Wild Bill's. There's been a LOT of us that have had probs with "getting" his products. My LTW Comm is on my hip right now in a Speed Scabbard. All my stuff from him I got at the local gunshow, but many have had probs with internet or phone sales. His belt's don't hold up as well as "The Beltman" (worked for Wild Bill before going out on his own). My holster is great and only complaint was dye rubbing off on my clothes. Just a word of caution to stay on top of him and his delivery times....

Congrats on your Mak. My first pistol ever was a Russian (single stack) Mak 9x18. Extremely accurate and reliable. Tracy
Thanks tsp...I know what your talking about delivery times. Supposedly he's been sick and a girl there is training in. She said a couple more weeks. I'm staying on top of it. :wink:
 

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It's not a Makarov, guys...Just shoots the same caliber. It's made by CZ for the Czech Army.
They do look similar though!
 

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Now those I really like. Looks very good.
 

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Cz-82

+1 on the Vz.82's Frenchy.:)
Mine also sports a pair of Dennis' grips. I like them better smooth though.
The 82's make for a sweet little carry piece.



 

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+1 on the Vz.82's Frenchy.:)
Mine also sports a pair of Dennis' grips. I like them better smooth though.
The 82's make for a sweet little carry piece.
That is real nice wood, Highpwr...Now fill me in on the holster if you will! :wink:
 

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Sure thing.....
JBP Genuine Leather holster, #214

Can be worn inside or outside of the pants. Heavy metal belt clip on the outside, and belt slots on the inside - or - you can run your belt behind the slots if you want to use it as a slider. Very versatile IMHO.

Also has a nice adjustable thumb break to secure the gun, yet easy enough to release for the draw. I really like it.

http://www.cheaperthandirt.com/KEY133-1965-1184.html

 

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Sure thing.....
JBP Genuine Leather holster, #214

Can be worn inside or outside of the pants. Heavy metal belt clip on the outside, and belt slots on the inside - or - you can run your belt behind the slots if you want to use it as a slider. Very versatile IMHO.

Also has a nice adjustable thumb break to secure the gun, yet easy enough to release for the draw. I really like it.

http://www.cheaperthandirt.com/KEY133-1965-1184.html

Thanks for the info, highpwr. I gather you got the small size? I'll have to see if they have it in left-hand.
 

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Yes, I got the small size and I think the # 208 (Makarov) will work as well. Also available direct from the manufacturer, http://www.jbpholsters.com/servlet/the-67/LEATHER-GUN-HOLSTER-JBP/Detail in your choice of right or left handed. :noworries
This is the email I got from the company when I questioned them about a correct holster:

Hi. I have a holster (#208) that fits it well,
available in left. Follow this link and select item no
208, select LEFT.

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Well..... there you have it! Straight from the horse's mouth (keyboard). :tongue:

You know, I may just have to order a # 208 holster in brown now, just to have a choice of colors to properly match my attire for the day....
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Well..... there you have it! Straight from the horse's mouth (keyboard). :tongue:

You know, I may just have to order a # 208 holster in brown now, just to have a choice of colors to properly match my attire for the day....
:rofl:
One does need to cordinate one's fashion wear. :wink:
 
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