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Nate1778
May 28, 2009, 08:18 PM
Guys I have a FEG APK .380 that the extractor broke on. Anybody know where I can get parts for this gun, or any substitutes. Looks like the original importer was Interarms. Great gun but I need parts, please help...........

James K
May 28, 2009, 10:44 PM
Can you straighten me out on that gun? Is it the one that resembles the Walther PP? If so, Gun Parts (www.gunpartscorp.com) has parts listed under the name Kassnar (the former importer) PMK-380. If it is a different gun, I can't help.

Jim

Nate1778
May 29, 2009, 06:27 AM
Don't know much about it, other than I paid like $190 for it 7 years ago. Yes its a PPK clone. On the other side it says Imported by Interarms Alexandria Virginia. Its my understanding they went under in the early '90's. Here is a scan of the front cover of the destruction booklet.

Doyle
May 29, 2009, 08:06 AM
I think this is the .380 version of the FEG AP which itself is the .32 version of the PA-63. Compare yours to pictures of a PA-63. If it looks the same, then my gess is correct. I know all the internals except the barrel and magazine from a PA-63 fit the FEG AP. If my assumpion is correct, they would fit the APK too. JG sales has spare parts for the PA-63 so that would be my first go-to source.

Nate1778
May 29, 2009, 08:19 AM
Thanks guys, yes from when I put in both of your suggestions via Google images the firearms that pop up look as if they were in the same manufacturer line as mine. I will check out your guys links for parts, but the extractor looks the same on all three.

These any good, obviously I could do without the broke extractor but the gun otherwise has been fairly accurate, and reliable. I have a Bersa .380 now and this has kind of just been sitting in the gun cabinet. I have been inkling about selling it, but then again its a gun.

James K
May 29, 2009, 05:51 PM
The FEG guns (the actual manufacturer is Fegyvar es Gepgyar, in Budapest, Hungary) have been imported by several companies, and each seems to have given them different model names. But I think it is a safe bet that the extractor from a PA-63 or a PMK or an AP will work. Just make sure you specify .380 caliber.

IMHO, FEG makes pretty good guns and I have found the ones I have to be reliable and well made. The problem is that they don't seem to tumble the parts to clean up burrs and sharp corners, so anyone working on the internals needs to either be careful or stock up on Band-Aids. Same problem with their serrated triggers - almost guaranteed to draw blood until worked down.

Jim