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    Salam. I am new to this forum and from LAHORE.Just bought this new RUSSIAN 9X19mm and will give it full marks.
    “Action without thought is like shooting without aim.”

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    Welcome to PakGuns. Interesting choice for a pistol.

    How much does it retail for ?

    Most of the people here would know it as Baikal 9mm.

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    Price tag is Rs.65,000. But the dealer gave it to me for Rs.60,000.
    Its very accurate. Very nice trigger & grip. Is exceptional in rapid shooting.
    Would like to post pics, but somehow cannot figure out how to?
    “Action without thought is like shooting without aim.”

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    this pistol looks like Norinco CF-98.
    here is the link,
    http://world.guns.ru/handguns/hg145-e.htm

    Zubair,i really wanna know about that dealer who has such pistols.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zubair 723
    Would like to post pics, but somehow cannot figure out how to?
    There is a tutorial in the Introductions section.

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    Bought it from ORIENT TRADERS in NILA GUMBAD.Tel: 042-7358422-7355661
    “Action without thought is like shooting without aim.”

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    Available in Karachi for about 70k . Is it worth it..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Acciprone
    Available in Karachi for about 70k . Is it worth it..
    yes. its worth each Rs. Russian dont make very falshy stuff, but there AK-47 s which are around in our country are 40 yrs or so old. There weapons are tough, reliable & very practical. You need to hold it and fire to believe in what I am telling.
    This can take on any GLOCK or SIG in any competition.
    “Action without thought is like shooting without aim.”

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    welcome on board zubair :)

    regards
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    What i dont like about it is the cocked and locked issue on this pistol. Would have been great if it had decocker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firepower!
    What i dont like about it is the cocked and locked issue on this pistol. Would have been great if it had decocker.
    If the gun falls, the hammer goes to half cock position. Similarly, when manually disengaging the hammer,it slips from your thumb, it will gain fall to half cock position. All is in built instead of providing an additional tool
    “Action without thought is like shooting without aim.”

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    . Similarly, when manually disengaging the hammer,it slips from your thumb,it will gain fall to half *&^$ position.
    I seriously doubt this. Why? because when manually disengaging the hammer, one must squeeze the trigger simultaneously. & we all know that a slight move a trigger on a cocked hammer will let the hammer fall fully forward. so if the trigger is pulled & the hammer slips it will fall on the firing pin.
    A pretty quick hit is better than a lightning-fast miss. -- Jack Weaver

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    i manually decock the hammer on my NZ-85B pistol.and i feel very comfortable doing this.i think it is a mtter of skill.and by the way if pistol has firing pin block then it is 100% safe to manaully lower the hammer on live chamber.u just have to release the trigger when hammer travels forward.releasing the trigger will activate the firing block again.and the whole process will be very safe.

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    I know how to do it manually. Been doing that since 1990 on my Colt 1911. Its not quite so in viking since its hammer is not entirely exposed.

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    when first i saw this pistol i was thinking that it is striker fired pistol.but i figured it out when i read its specifications detail.

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    I have friend who bought it for 50,000 rs.

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    In webshots it looks that its hammer is hidden,but its not the case. Its magazines are more like SMG type then a regular handgun. There are few mysterious leftouts, which I think is meant for AUTOMATIC conversion. Any member is welcome to test mine
    “Action without thought is like shooting without aim.”

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    Since i havent used it so couldnt say much if it would be durable or not as compare to the Glock because whatever you do Glock never jams. I have seen it going through mud trials here in peshawar and it never jammed. Couldnt say much about this Viking. If it is worth the durability why not buy viking as it is much more cheaper than glock. I f any one has tested its durability please let us know
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    I am not bashing this pistol but just saw these Kaboom pictures on another forum.





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    wow........ i think the guy took shit out of this handgun. I cant believe that MP-446 would break up like this. How did this happen. @ balazona any details on the forum when you took the picture as to why did this viking break up like this...(crap...viking was next on my list... :( )
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