How much is a FEG PA 63 worth?

How much is a FEG PA 63 worth?

Today the PA-63 can be found for $250 to $300, making it an affordable concealed-carry option when compared to other guns with similar features.

What caliber is a PA 63?


Cartridge 9×18mm Makarov, .32 ACP (7.65mm Browning), .380 ACP (9mm Short)
Action blowback
Muzzle velocity 315 m/s (1,033 ft/s)
Effective firing range 50 m (164 ft)

What is the difference between 9mm Luger and 9mm Makarov?

By the numbers in their names alone, the 9x18mm Makarov and the 9x19mm Parabellum (aka 9mm Luger, or simply 9mm) seem nearly identical. They are in fact very different cartridges….Origin of the 9x19mm.

9x18mm Makarov 9x19mm Luger
Case Length 18.10 mm (.713″) 19.15 mm (.754″)
Overall Length 25 mm (.984″) 29.69 mm (1.169″)

Can you use 9mm Luger ammo in any 9mm?

9mm and 9mm Luger are the same. You can use them interchangeably. SAAMI officially designated the name “9mm Luger” as the official designation ammo.

What kind of pistol is the PA 63?

Hungarian PA-63 Pistol, Semi-Auto, Two Tone Aluminum Frame W /Black Slide. 9×18 caliber, 7 Round, Surplus Condition. Very Nice functionally, Some Slides may show bluing wear. Hungarian PA-63 Pistol, two-tone polished aluminum frame with black slide, grips, trigger and hammer assembly.

When was the FEG PA-63 9x18mm pistol made?

It’s a slight modification of the Walther PP design, firing the 9x18mm Makarov cartridge with a reliable blowback operation. The FÉGARMY national arms factory developed the PA-63 for the Hungarian military and police starting in the late 1950s.

What’s the difference between the PP and the PA-63?

The other differences have to do with safety features. Both the PP and the PA-63 have decocking safeties. However, the PA-63 has a passive firing pin safety. The PP does not. The PP has a passive hammer block, while the PA-63 does not.

Is the FEG PA 63 the same as the Makarov PM?

The PA-63 is often marketed in a confusing way in the U.S., listed as a “PA-63 Makarov”. The FÉG PA-63 fires 9x18mm Makarov ammunition, and the PA-63 and the Makarov PM pistol fire the same round and are based on the same Walther PP/PPK design.