Probably just this computer but I'm not seeing a photo. I'm not familiar with the gun but congrats on finding one you like!
9, 40 and .45.Weren't these made in .45 too? I was thinking they were the smallest semi auto .45's available for awhile.
I have an M43, that I picked up in trade a decade or so ago. Turns out to be a gun that I (for whatever reason) don't shoot that well. I contemplate selling it off.okay so I found another little gun that I like, a few of you may know what it is and some may not. it is a star m-43 in 9 mm from the company that went out of business in 1997. it's heavy, plain and simple and only holds 7 + 1, it's a single action but it has little tweaks about it that I like.like for instance the rear sight can be removed by hand by loosening a Torx screw and then you can access your firing pin and spring when it pops out the back, which I did today only to find out some idiot tried to use a spring from a ink pen to replace a firing pin, moron. I found one at Sarco and we'll order it Monday, the gun doesn't look like it has been shot much.i like to know what you guys think of this gun who had no home. View attachment 424495
Bic Spring !!! That silly wabbit... Everyone knows only a Papermate spring will work !!!