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Baikal "Red Star" Bakelite Grip Soviet Makarov Replica MP-654k
We have managed to obtain a limited amount of 25 of the world famous Red Star grip Makorov pistol 2012 stock. This is the Baikal version fully stripable like the real 9mm Pistolet Makarova from the Red Army.
Baikal MP-654K is a semi-automatic Co2 air pistol designed for close-range target shooting. 80% of Baikal's parts are genuine Makarov pistol parts and this is why the bolt carrier can be pulled back to cock the trigger.. just like on its 9mm version. Metal BBs (Ball Bullets) are used as bullets we recommend the use of lead bb's which we can supply to stop damage to rifling.
Popular CO2 pistol derived from the Makarov pistol. Ideal for gaining initial skills in handling and plinking. Appearance, durability, dependable design, easy handling, quality of manufacture as well as assembly of all parts and units are identical to those of MP.
SA and DA trigger group. When cocked and locked – smooth hammer release is similar to the prototype.
Actuator’s block implements magazine, valve and CO2 capsule and enters the grip like a regular pistol magazine. Shoots BBs assisted by 12 gram CO2 cylinders.
Due to the New Gun Laws in the UK we can now only supply the ammo, spares and accessories by Mail Order, Air Pistols & Air Rifles have to be collected from our Warehouse, ( Address at Bottom of Page ) unless there is an RFD Dealer in your area who will accept the gun on your behalf for a small fee. Ask for details!
AIR GUN LAW AND GUIDELINES
All airgun sales must be completed by way of face to face sales with proof od I.D required
It is an offense for anyone under the age of 18 to carry an air gun, or ammunition in a public place unless accompanied by a person over the age of 21, even if the gun is covered.
It is an offense for anyone between the age of 14 and 18 to shoot an air gun without the supervision of a person over the age of 21.
It is an offense for anyone under the age of 14 to own, hire or buy an air gun.
It is an offense to shoot an airgun beyond the boundaries of private land, where you have been given permission to shoot.
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