Makarov Pistol or PM (Russian: Пистолет Макарова, Pistolet Makarova) is a Russian semi-suto pistol which became the standard sidearm of the Soviet Union Military and Police from 1951 to 1991. The PM fires the 9x18mm Makarov Cartridge which is the most powerful cartridge for fitting its straight blowback operation, however, PM has a very poor accuracy. It was selected for replaceing the Nagant M1895 Revolver and Tokarev Pistol because of its simplicity (few moving parts), economy, ease of manufacturing and reasonable stopping power. PM was remained in Russian Service now even it was formally replaced by the MP443 Grach (Yarygin PYa) Pistol in 2003.
4.5mm (.177) steel BB Version.
Metal Slide and lower frame with licenced “MAKAROV ULTRA” marking.
Comes with a safety lever on the slide.
Comes with plastic hand grip with CCCP Star logo.
Semi-Automatic Pistol with blowback action.
Included 16 rounds 4.5mm CO2 Magazine.
Barrel Length: 89mm
Shooting Mode: Safety, Semi-Auto
Weight (g): 640 (with magazine), 800 (with box)
Gas: CO2 (12g CO2 Cartridge)
Magazine Capacity: 16 rounds
Material: Metal, Plastic
Bullet type: 4.5mm (.177) steel BB
Power (Muzzle Velocity): 350 FPS (4.5mm Steel BB, CO2 Power)