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    Default From Cold War Service to Concealed Carry

    None are so blind as those who will not see.

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    The PM was my first real handgun and I really like mine.

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    That article is right on the money. Makarovs are indeed great pistols!

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    Great article. However, the author should stop calling it a "Makarov PM"! It is like saying "ATM Machine".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Meerkoos View Post
    Great article. However, the author should stop calling it a "Makarov PM"! It is like saying "ATM Machine".
    I know plenty of guys when you say "Makarov PM", will ask where the nearest "ATM Machine" is. Just sayin'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by septembermars View Post
    The PM was my first real handgun and I really like mine.
    PM was my first handgun as well. Bought it 5 years ago for $210 and don't regret it.
    Just because you're offended doesn't mean you're right.

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