There is no current pricing on these guns since they've not been produced since about the 1980's. Take good care of it as there are no spare parts (unless you cannibalize another gun). I had one in 1987 I think. I had a pair of left handed Bowler grips made, and I used the gun for a while. Today grips are available through Thomas Rink in Germany. All free pistols I've seen have very light triggers; yours is not unusual. For what it is worth, I would suggest that you don't alter the grips you have. Buy a pair from Rink which will fit you properly. They will likely be somewhere between $300 and $400 Canadian. Those pistols were produced in small batches. They were made in the Soviet Union so that their shooters could compete on the world stage. Extras were sold internationally. I expect you'll find that in man-hours, those pistols were quite a lot more expensive to make than any of their western counterparts. If I had one today, I'd be shooting it for sure.
Last edited by stephen_maly; 02-03-2017 at 07:02 PM.