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Thread: 22LR Drulov Pistols Now listed

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    GunNutz wolf19534's Avatar
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    I have waited and watched for years for "New" "As New" Drulov....today was my day.. Just lucked out by opening the thread at the precise moment they were listed....thx Frontier

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobdbldr View Post
    Yea I am out, priced too high for something you can't get parts for, but for those who collect, it is likely a must have!
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    We will be adding the rest of these to the site today. There is another 12 that should be up this afternoon and that will be it. 8 of 12 sold yesterday so we have 16 left now.

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    Balance of pistols have been posted now.

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    Woo! Got one with a button trigger!
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    Are these still available? I am interested in one of the newer models, DV 20,18,17.. any of those available? Are they all used condition?? Can't tell the difference from the pics, but the price is different on those 3 pistols.. is that due to condition ?

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    Word of warning for anyone purchasing one....do not dry fire these guns. They are known to break the firing pins with as little as 1 dryfire. I speak from experience. Took me two years to find a replacement firing pin. Otherwise a great little accurate pistol.
    Beware the Lolly Pop of Mediocrity,Lick it Once and You Will Suck Forever

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    Second that. Any rimfires are NO-NO for dryfire without a snap cap.
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