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Thread: Any experience with Accu-Tek?

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    Default Any experience with Accu-Tek?

    I think I'm going to end up buying another .380 to shoot while the PPK/S is at Smith. This could take a while, it's going on six weeks and no reponse from them at all. The dealer thinks it's due to SHOT and all the distributor shows that follow.

    I found an Accu-Tek .380 for around $200, but I've never heard anything about them. I could also get a Bersa Thunder .380 for about $50 more, and they get very high ratings. Whatever I get will probably get sold when the Walther comes back. I'll just try to break even. The Bersa would have a better resale, but the Accu-Tek shouldn't be ahrd to dump at that price. I can probably get it for $175 if I try.

    Anyone ever have any experience with an Accu-Tek?


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    Walther?
    Money won is twice as sweet as money earned.

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    Daniels?

    I pegged you a LONG time ago!


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    Dammit man! I knew you where on there but just figured it out. LMAO
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    Tim: I have an Interarms PPKS, no experience with the Accu-tek, but if you do get the Bersa you'll love the trigger so much it could jeopardize your relationship with the Walther when it returns!
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    The relationship with the Walther is already in jeopardy. From the sound of things Smith and Wesson has figured out several ways to fuck up a pefectly good gun.


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