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Bulgarian Makarov

1895 Nagant, TT-30, TT33 and Makarov
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Bulgarian Makarov

#1 Post by MustangHowie » Tue Oct 29, 2019 7:49 pm

Found a 1979 Bulgarian Makarov last week. I got me interested again. It goes with my two Russians.
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Re: Bulgarian Makarov

#2 Post by Smokey » Mon Mar 02, 2020 2:22 pm

I've handled and shot a like new (if not brand new when purchased) Bulgarian for several years. Very nice and well made. The only real difference between it and an East German Makarov is the EG one is slightly easier to reassemble after cleaning.
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Re: Bulgarian Makarov

#3 Post by Ghoulardi » Mon Mar 02, 2020 7:00 pm

are you sure it's Bulgarian? Bulgarians didn't year stamp their MAKAROVS. you have to decode the serial number prefix to see when it was made- 19 would be year code
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