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The P-64 is a Polish semi-automatic pistol designed to fire the 9×18mm Makarov cartridge. The pistol was developed in the late 1950s at the Institute for Artillery Research (Polish: Zakład Broni Strzeleckiej Centralnego Badawczego Poligonu Artyleryjskiego, which later became the Military Institute of Armament Technology, Polish: Wojskowy Instytut Techniczny Uzbrojenia w Zielonce—WITU) by a team consisting of: W. Czepukajtis, R. Zimny, H. Adamczyk, M. Adamczyk, S. Kaczmarski and J. Pyzel. The P-64 is also known as the CZAK (an acronym of the designers' last names with the exception of J. Pyzel, who joined the team after the name had been established).
Historic 1970 Polish P-64 pistol manufactured in the infamous Radom Plant, Semi-Auto, Comes with 1 mag, 9x18 Makarov ammo. Prevents picking enemy ammo up and reusing it. This is one of the best condition P-64's I've seen on the market, We have been seeing crates of these come along and soon they...