I hav enever personally seen or read that one, I own the translations of the East GErman military manual, and the Russian version and they are comprehensive, and extremely interesting to read if for no othe rpurpose than to understand the mindset and culture of those countries. I would say that manual is likely pretty good, at least for what it says it shows, assembly, disasenbly, etc. The reason I say this is that the Makarov is so very simple with so few parts, 27, that unless the author is totally incompetent, and has never actually owned a Makarov, it should be fairly easy to write up. But hopefully someone will have a better knowledge of it.
Last edited by lee1959; 09-11-2012 at 09:02 PM.
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