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O/T-Star Mod PD 45 ACP

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Bawana, Aug 29, 2007.

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  1. Bawana

    Bawana TS Member

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    We had one till the cleaning crew stole the gun. Its a good gun and I will be replacing it when I find one that I like. Not to big and not to small.
     
  2. missemucho

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    I had the 9mm version (believe it was BM). They are a tough little gun that fed everything I tried in it. Mine came apart just about like a 1911.
    Numrich has parts and schematics.

    http://www.e-gunparts.com/model.asp?idDept=238

    John
     
  3. SirMissalott

    SirMissalott Active Member

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    Star guns were always under rated IMHO. Owned several all good values.
     
  4. halfmile

    halfmile Well-Known Member

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    I have the whole package for sale. box, papers, Xtra clip, cleaning tools, the works.

    This one has been in the safe for a lot of years. Got a 1911, never used this much. Good tavern gun, fits in jeans pocket.

    $400 to your FFL

    HM
     
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  6. Southern Gent

    Southern Gent TS Member

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    I have a Star PD and have put several thousand rounds through it. Shot it competitively. Very accurate, no problem at all. I use it as my primary carry gun.

    I don't have the manual. I've stripped the slide down. It's a little tricky getting the barrel out, but nothing impossible.
     
  7. Phil E

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    See above, takes down easily & quickly, like a Browning HiPower. You can find what you need by Googling "Star PD." Congrats, it's a fine gun. Stars are well made, and their single-stacks are among the flattest semi-autos ever made. They don't hold their value because as Sir Miss says, they just never caught on. I still carry a little alloy-frame 8+1 9mm BKM some days. A friend shot a little BM (same thing in steel) in competition for years & couldn't wear it out. Phil E
     
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