I have an Interarms 6" navy NIB and a Stoeger 6" Navy St. Stl. The Stoeger was originally a 4" barrel, but the owner wanted to have a better chance of selling it in Canada, so he had Stoeger make him a new 6" barrel. He then had to wait over 2 years for the Canadian government to issue new paperwork, and he had to have the 4" barrel destroyed, so that it could not be put back on the gun. I just happened to be in the gun store that was holding the gun while the barrels were being changed when the paperwork came through, and I bought it immediately.
I am going to be shooting it soon.
I just bought an Erma Werke KGP 69 and a Stoeger, both .22's modeled after Lugers. They were my consolation prize at an auction because I didn't get the P-38 I had hoped for. I paid $135 and $130 respectively and can't wait to try them out.
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