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PostPosted: Mon Oct 15, 2012 14:31 pm 
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A-bit crap, but with a bit of work it'll be okay for display.

'Bake-alite' mock furniture i believe is available, with will set it off better than the usual injection moulded black crap that Denix are so very famous for.

Folding stock is a little loose, wobbles, but i believe the MGC made steel stock can be made to fit, so may look into that

Cocks and dry fires, magazine, unlike the dreadful P38, does remove, although is cast alloy and hollow.

recoil spring lacks a little, though i suppose if the spring was too strong, if you were to dry fire it, the casting may crack.

The sling supplied with it is complete cack, i shall replace it in time.

All-in-all a good effort by the Spaniards, better replicas are available, courtesy of the Japanese.

Purchased at 11:00 this morning, from my friendly neighbourhood Army,Navy and Airforce surplus store, Sabre Sales of Castle Road, Southsea.

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Pics pls thx


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Also, the barrel is clear, so there is a minute possibility that it could be converted to fire PFC cartridges.

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The stock on mine is wobbly too, it is to do with the poor casting.

The pin which holds the spring loaded button in, if knocked out, will allow the removal of the stock and the installment of a steel one.

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