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Thread: Baikal IZH 46M

  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheCrowMan View Post
    Can I ask where you purchased this gun from?
    See thread #20; Protek Supplies.

    Also available from the SGC....but the price has gone up a lot in 2 years (showing 416.99 today), when they were previously available from the SGC for 275 .......Admittedly that was an exceedingly good price
    Last edited by Aimstraight; 13-09-2017 at 05:56 PM.

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    There's one of these in http://www.continentalshooting.co.uk/ last time I was there a couple weeks back
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    izh46m

    As I said in post #20 i got mine from Protek Supplies. They normally have one in stock, but Vic was explaining to me today that there is some issues at the moment with Russian imports and any Russian stuff is getting difficult to get hold of. So perhaps try to source one through one of the European websites. John.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joncaddy View Post
    As I said in post #20 i got mine from Protek Supplies. They normally have one in stock, but Vic was explaining to me today that there is some issues at the moment with Russian imports and any Russian stuff is getting difficult to get hold of. So perhaps try to source one through one of the European websites. John.
    I think you will find that following the Russian covert invasion of parts of Ukraine in 2014, a combination of various international sanctions have basically stopped their exports to the EU and US of "weapons".

    Not doing politics, though I personally am deeply unhappy by recent Russian adventurism and their blatant and illegal violations of Ukranian sovereignty, but this is a consequence of recent events.

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