AIM Surplus now has CZ 82's for $250 (or $200 with cracked grips) and used CZ 83's for $320.
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- Tue Jul 02, 2019 8:02 am
- Forum: The Finer Things
- Topic: Getting ready for Spain
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When you are in Madrid, perhaps the most famous restaurant there is BotIn's. Great Spanish food, Spanish hours. Last time I ate there, years ago, my plate was placed in front of me at 12:40am!
- Sat May 25, 2019 8:11 pm
- Forum: Rimfire Forum
- Topic: Trying Again, 22LR Pistol Recommendations?
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Well, there's the Ruger Mark 4 22/45, with the same grip angle as the 1911.
I have been given a 1948 Remington 241. The bore seems okay, but the finish has rust freckles all over it. I have read to scrub the finish with oil and 0000 steel wool. Is that standard, or is there a better way to get rid of the rust? Thanks, Fridlo
The CZ-83 has been out of production for 7 years. They are still available on Gunbroker and others, and Centerfire Systems still has some used ones. A few CZ-83's were made in 9mm Mak, making it the equivalent of the Czech military surplus CZ vz.82's (also called CZ-82's). .380 ACP is also called 9m...