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Im looking for some pistol mags for a Radom VIS mod. 35 . If anyone knows where i can find any of these id really appreciate it.

For those of you who dont know anything about this pistol, in 1935 the polish started making a pistol based off the best options of the browning hi-power and the 1911a1. It was used almost exclusively by the germans during WWII although a few of them are out there known as "Resistance Radoms" which were built from parts stolen from the factory , which was abandonded at the time by the nazi's. Chambered almost exclusively in 9mm parrabellum its probably the lightest recoiling weapon ive ever owned. Accuracy in my hands with cheap ammo, generally 4.5 inch groups freehanded at 25 yards. But im thoroughly convinced it could do more.

 

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I've got one, too. Haven't fired it yet as it would probably need a new barrel. But the ergonomics - wow - the best I've ever felt. So sorry, but I need the two magazines :mrgreen:

Glad to see I'm not the only one who has one of WW2's best pistols.
 

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thx JRP3 ! CURSE YOU WWII PISTOL AND YOUR 34.17 A PIECE MAGAZINES!
ahh well, its worth it. And yeah kamatz. I know a guy who has some spare parts, but if you find a new custom barrel, let me know!

OH!, i guess i should have noted that the 4.5 inch groups are 20 shot groups. Your standard bullseye pistol sustained fire style.
 

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Meh, 37 bucks Canadian is about what you would pay for a gumball, Spade. If you want to order from those guys, go for it. Marstar is a company I've done business with (mauser and enfield parts) and they was good people.
 

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The Radom didn't cost me a dime so I'll gladly fork out a fortune for a new barrel. That gun will never, NEVER, leave me. Even though I would love to have a Red 9 I wont trade the Radom for it. It is one lovely handgun.

A pity about the price per magazine..that's about what I forked out for brand new Mk23 magazines. But I guess two will do...for now.
 
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