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Published on Sep 14, 2010
Purchased this pistol from J&G Sales out of Arizona. Got an email from them that said they had them in stock, and upon recommendation from Ruger6, I decided it would be a prudent course of action to pull the trigger on one.
It came with the holster, 2 mags, and a cleaning rod that fits inside the holster. It did have quite a bit of cosmolene on and in the pistol. I completely took the pistol apart, removing the trigger, and firing pin also to get the cosmolene out of those places. The slide would hardly come back, and it would stay back on it's own since it was so gummed up with cosmolene.
The pistol is rather tricky to disassemble, but it finally did come apart. That will be addressed in a later video. As for the features of the pistol, the Yugoslavian version I understand is different from the Romanian and other variations out there. It does have a hammer safety. If the hammer is at half cock, the slide will not come back. It is essentially like a thumb safety despite the fact it does have a thumb safety on it to lock the slide, and trigger from moving. There is also a magazine safety that you can see if you take the left grip panel off. If the mag isn't in it, it won't dry fire, or fire at all for that matter. It is a very safe pistol, but a bit unwieldly in the leather flap holster. The second mag is also a bit of a pain to remove from it's own pouch on the holster.