The Makarov PM is a Soviet small-calibre handgun designed by Nikolay Fyodorovich Makarov and adopted by the Soviet military in 1951. It replaced the pre-WW2 designed TT-33 pistol and served the Soviet government, Russian governemnt, Eastern-Bloc nations and some other Socialist states.
The design uses a simple blow-back mechanism for cycling, making it easy to maintain and simple to produce, which has helped the PM's continued service in various militaries and police forces around the world, and has also found new life as a concealable pistol on the civilian market.
In 2003, the Makarov PM was formally replaced by the MR-443 PYa pistol in Russian service but large numbers of Makarov pistols are still in Russian military and police service. The PM is still the service pistol of many Eastern European and former Soviet republics. North Korea and Vietnam also use PMs as standard issue pistols.
‧Comes with Metal slide
‧Comes with Metal fixed Patridge iron sights
‧Comes with Metal outer barrel
‧Comes with Metal frame
‧Comes with Plastc non-slip grip covers
‧Comes with Steel lanyard ring
‧Comes with Metal slide catch, safety and hammer
‧Comes with Metal trigger, trigger guard (disassembly part) and magazine release
‧Package includes Metal 15 rounds CO2 magazine
Barrel Length: 95mm
Weight: 732g (with magazine)
Color: Black, Brown
Material: Metla, Plastic
Shooting Mode: Safety, Semi-Auto
Magazine Capacity: 15 Rounds
Bullet Type: 4.5mm Steel Pellet
Gas: 12g CO2 Cartridge