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Polish P64 Magazine

Polish P-64 Magazine

$19.95

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  • Polish P64 Magazine Polish P64 Magazine

Quick Overview

The Polish P-64 Magazine is a 6-round magazine designed to fit, feed, and function in the Polish P-64 pistol. Designed to be a replacement for the military surplus original, these magazines are what any P-64 owner needs.

Availability: In Stock

$19.95

Details

The Polish P-64 Pistol is one of the most popular military surplus pistols in the United States. Imported from Poland, it is a small frame semi-automatic handgun that is chambered in 9x18mm. This combination of military surplus status, compact size for concealed carry, and chambering in 9x18mm have helped to ensure that the P-64 remains extremely popular with American collectors and shooters.

Features:
  • Factory New Magazine
  • Caliber: 9x18mm
  • Capacity: 6-Rounds
  • Brand: United Defense LLC

Additional Information

Gun Model P64
Ban Status Post-Ban
Caliber 9x18 (Makarov)
Capacity 6rds
Finish Blued
Restrictions None
Returns Accepted Yes - Must Not Be Modified Or Visibly Used
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David 04-90-2019 04-01-201921:55
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Good product
Works as it should
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Sirrus Rider 10-289-2018 10-17-201819:53
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Good mags, but may require fitting to your particular gun
Received my magazine and before attempting to seat it in my gun I performed a thorough examination. The magazine was sufficiently rigid around the feed lips and magazine body and overall build quality was equal to a Polish arsenal magazine. The problem arose when I attempted to seat it one of the cut outs on the front tip of the magazine was not cut deep enough. From what I read the magazine design for the P-64 was revised around 1970 so that the feed lips were longer. if your gun was made before then magazines of the long feed lip pattern will not work. My gun was made in 1968 so sure enough, when I attempted to slam it home it wouldn't budge, I retriever file from the garage and proceeded to reprofile the front of the magazine. I was eventually able to slam the magazine home; however, Pulling the magazine out was difficult! The magazine fit the magazine well TIGHT! After playing with the gun and magazine I was at least able to loosen it up somewhat. Also. don't even think of lubing the mag body to help it slip out. Oil just makes the magazine more sticky. I'm thinking that continuing to play with it will get it to loosen up.
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51 Fan 02-39-2018 02-09-201811:42
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? But fast shipping
After reading the reviews I hesitated to order one of these. But could not find one in stock anywhere else. From the reviews it seems like they were of better quality 3-4 years ago. Shipping was extremely fast and it arrived a day before they said it would. The magazine looked good out of the box but after putting a few snap-caps in it and trying to rack the slid it stopped less than halfway back. Comparing with the factory original this magazine is a fraction of a inch taller and the front of the feed lips came to a squared off point. The factory magazine feed lips are rounded off in this area. Also the magazine catch area was angled instead of squared off. After taking a file and correcting these areas I was able to rack the slide and run 5 snap-caps through. I loaded up the 2 magazines ( original and new) and went out to my range. The original ran all six and locked the slide back on the last round. The new had 1 ftf and didn't lock the slide back on the last round. This is a sign of a weak spring and when loading it I noticed it was much weaker than the original but I had changed out the spring in the original for a wolf spring and thought that was why. I had the factory spring from the original magazine so I installed it in this new magazine. The factory spring was longer and stronger than the spring that came in this magazine. After changing the spring it ran all 6 with no problems and locked the slide back on the last round. The steal in these magazines seems on the soft side and I don't know how durable it will be. Time will tell.
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Scott 08-242-2018 08-31-201819:44
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Might need minor tweaking
These mags work fine IF your P64 was made in 1970 or later. With surplus mags going for 40 dollars or more these days, these are an excellent value.
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Eric 07-188-2018 07-08-201820:30
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Garbage out of spec mags, save your money
3 out of 3 mags are totally non-functional. Won't feed a single round. Save your money as you'll be out shipping both ways. These are essentially metal boxes with a spring that only looks like a P64 magazine but will in no way function as one.
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