sysjls75: Zastava makes some great handguns and rifles. I own four of their rim fire
rifles and they equal the performance of my CZ's at 100 yards. The sights
need to be changed out. The pistol is supplied with the standard high post
military rear sight. I would not hesitate in recommending this pistol to
Zoran Skrbic: hutt wiglej samo napred meni nesmeta hm .video je odlican i dosta sam
naucio iz tvoje price. ne obazirise na one sto se prave pametni.
Groovaholic: Nice gun, I have Zastava m70a 9mm it's little snappy but it's the most
reliable gun in my collection. So far I've shot 2000+ rounds with no
issues, it's accurate but I've had to learn how to properly use the sights
without white dots.
Overall good gun for the money you pay.
Marcus Wrightmann: But does it feel good in your hand..?
Just bought 3. $200 cash at Buds as of this post.
Carlito Lara: This gun is crap I returned to the factory twice
ROD BOY: YOU CAN GET AMO FOR THIS GUN 7.62X25 ON CABELAS.COM BRAND ISS PPU
19$ FOR BOX OF 50
spystyle: You say "um" in between each sentence as if to say "now loading next
sentence". Try to avoid saying "um" every time you are thinking. Learn to
think silently :) All these "ums" are distracting.
Reef Raf: i'd rather get the chinese tokarev than this one... don't like the rod
below the barrel. but good for the price
Josh Jordan: Just take some women's (or men I suppose) fingernail paint and color the
front sight. :)
Josh Jordan: And, $212 at bud's right now.
tom bats: Just got mine. I will try it tomorrow along with a Bersa Thunder ultra
compact 40w&w. Paid 660.00 for both new.
Glenn Buskirk: On sale at Cabela's for $249 this week. I may pick one up. 10-lb trigger
pull is pretty heavy for single-action. You said the rear sight was high
because of the hammer, but the sight would not be obstructed when the gun
is roostered. How are you liking the gun lately?
HunterSlayer1984: What type of ammo do owners of this gun prefer for accuracy and home
Ammo Man: A gun shooting low is not a problem, shooting high is.
shoot @ 21 ft. using your favorite cheap ammo like tula 9mm steel case. use
a steel file to file down the front sight blade until you are on the
bullseye. polish the top edge of the front sight blade till smooth and take
a bluing pen and blue it. make sure you wipe with wet water rag to stop the
bluing (corrosive) process. you are now good to go.
mrouterrim: I have seen these guns going up in price as well as guns from turkey. And
if I have to pay almost 500 I will just buy American !!!! Im tired of the
Politically Incorrect: I'm thinking about the M70A but the M88a looks like it is also a nice
Ammo Man: I just picked up the 70A from buds. Looks like i'm going to have to get one
of these suns-a-bitches too. I hope zastava starts making the makarov!
M88....$236.00 cash price @ bud's gun shop as of 06-07-2014
racedog19: Thank You.
Ruben Ramirez: hello great vid.
how do you remove the firing pin?
Vill Pill: 199 at aims surplus
WillNotQuit: +Hutt Wigley put some white nail polish on the tip of the front sight might
tbs941: I got mine for 80 bucks it looks in good condition , anyway to tell if the
gun it crap or not ? Im gonna take apart anything to look for ?
Hutt Wigley: Great prices on both. Thanks for sharing!
Vladica Andjelkovic: Serbija (Srbija) !!
Hutt Wigley: I'd like to see the Browning 1911-22 side-by-side next to the M88. I think
the 3-dot sights are from the EAA-imported version. I'd probably prefer
dbmail545: Modern iteration of a TT-33. I had seen them advertised, but this is the
first revue I've seem. Glad you made money on your Browning, you'll never
get one for that price again.
mausercal65: Its a tokarev design & battle proven . Tough as nails.
Hutt Wigley: You know, the M88 is a nice little pistol. Shorter than the TT-33, but just
about as tall. It's a nice carry size and weight. From what I can tell,
there are some parts compatibilities between the M88 and the TT-33
variants. From a practical standpoint, that makes the M88 appealing also.
If I were a SERIOUS gun collector, I would've held onto that Browning. It
wasn't practical though. I had it a while, then made money on it, so it's
Hutt Wigley: Indeed it does. :-)
tbs941: Im going to post a vid om my channel can you tell me if the barrel is
cracked or what that is around my barrel its right by the emblem a line
that goes all around im new to gun just wanna make sure I got a good deal
and didnt get a crapty gun thanks man alot , just comment on it to reply
Hutt Wigley: Sounds like you got a great deal. I'd check for cracks and wear on the
parts. Then give it a good cleaning and go shoot it! I made a few mods to
mine. I'll make a video soon.
Diana Garrido: But does it feel good in your hands?
BallisticExpansion: I saw one today at a pawn store right beside a browning 1911-22!
Coincidence? The one I saw was priced 425-450. It was in decent condition.
How much should I offer? How much did you say it cost you? The one I looked
at had a 3 dot sight system I really liked. I got pics of it.
BallisticExpansion: you think 250 would be resonable? It comes with only one mag as far as I
jon west: centerfire systems has this and the model 57 in stock $250 on the m88 and
$229 on the m57
MrAcer42: Two pistols designs you can't go wrong with-1911 and the Tokarev,,in my
opinion,those are the only two designs I'd trust my life to.
tbs941: Ok how do you turn off the slide lock
Hutt Wigley: Thanks for watching! Yes! I've put 200 rounds though it so far without a
BallisticExpansion: Yea it was EAA imported. I really liked those sights!
Hutt Wigley: The Cabela's near my home has them for $300 with 2 magazines. Considering
the mark-up Cabela's has, and the fact that the magazines I've managed to
find online run about $40 to $60, I'd say $250 is "fair" for retail price.
Hutt Wigley: I get a "PAGE NOT FOUND" error. But thanks! I've already seen Zastava's
website about this pistol.
watchhobbie: I have this and absolutely love this gun!