Polish P83 semi auto pistol chambered in 9x18 caliber. These were adopted in the early 1980's to replace the P64 in Polish military and police service. The P83 "WANAD" is manufactured at Radom (Factory 11) by Z.M. Lucznic from stamping and weldments. Features a chrome bore, double action trigger, slide mounted decocker, slide lock and external hammer. Comes with ONE 8 round single stack magazines and a holster. CAI Import stamp on side of slide. Good to very good condition, not C&R, Used. #HG3278
Choose from menu above to Hand Select for nice overall condition pistol (+$20), or to add an extra surplus magazine at $19.95.
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Better than I thought it would be, the bluing is 90 to 95 percent with a near perfect bore. The holster is a little tight and needs some breaking in, I don't think it was issued. This was my first j&g purchase and I'm very happy with it.
I am completely happy with this little P83. This year I decided to collect only 9x18 Maks and this was an excellent addition to my cold war collection. The condition was better than I expected but I choose the hand select so it was in VG condition. I stripped it down, cleaned it all up, and took it shooting. I was surprised at the close grouping but being a fixed barrel blow back design it was to be expected. Those 9x18 blow-back pistols are quite accurate. The P-83 replaced the older P64, which is also a snappy little shooter and they used a different technique in manufacturing keeping cost lower by stamping and welding instead of machining. Although that made it a little lighter it still has some heft to it. I did not need to replace the recoil spring because it doesn't look like many rounds had been fired through this. I like JG Sales and this is the first pistol I have purchased from them and will always keep them bookmarked for any future purchases
The polish p83 is a good gun, mine was made in 1989, it is a compact gun but is heavy for its size. It's a 27 years old gun it has minor wear for its age, the barrel looks great, it comes with 1 magazine I would recommend getting the extra one. It has the mag release on the bottom of the grip which is different. Overall I'm very happy with the purchase. Get one before there gone.