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Old 11-05-2006, 01:17 PM
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Baikal MCM Standard Smallbore Pistol - IZHEVSKY MEKHANICHESKY ZAVOD



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Biakal FGUP "Izhevsky Mekhanichesky Zavod"

BAIKAL MCM Standard Smallbore Pistol

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Standard class pistol for competitions according to the rules of International Shooting Association
for round-target shooting at 25 m. Hammer-type trigger mechanism. Blow-back operated. Adjustable trigger
travel. The safety device is embodied as a hammerís safety notch. In "safe" mode the trigger cam enters
the notch and interlocks both hammer and sear. Sight is located on a fixed support providing for aiming
stability.

Specifications
Cartridge. .22LR
Magazine capacity, rounds 5
Barrel length, mm 130
Sighting radius, mm 190
Overall dimensions, mm, max 245x140x43
Weight, unloaded, kg, max 0,91








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Factory Information: http://www.baikalinc.ru/eng/prod/hguns/mcm/
Describe & Specs: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baikal_MCM
Review: http://www.gcshooters.com.au/baikal.htm

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Old 11-21-2006, 07:29 PM
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"MARGO" Compact Self-Loading Target Pistol

Biakal FGUP "Izhevsky Mekhanichesky Zavod"

"MARGO" Compact Self-Loading Target Pistol
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Compact version of Margolin pistol for target shooting and training in shooting galleries and ranges. Differs from basic model by shorter barrel, smaller frame and fixed sight. Blow-back operated. Ergonomically shaped grip of pistol provides for comfort shooting.

On order available with:
.....Firing pin lock-up safety;
.....Windage-elevation adjustable sight.

Cartridge: .22LR
Magazine capacity: 7 rounds
Barrel length: 98mm
Sighting radius: 120mm
Overall dimensions: 193x120x38mm
Weight, unloaded: 0,8kg
Sights: fixed


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Old 11-22-2006, 06:00 AM
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Thats a very interesting target pistol . . .

. . . the frame to me resembles the result of a marriage between a Whitney Wolverine and the Beretta 92, with a little CZ-75 thrown in at the bottom of the grip. I've never seen its like - the Russians certainly do have some very innovative firearm designs.

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Old 11-22-2006, 05:10 PM
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MCM - Anachronism (Out of Place In Time)

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. . . the frame to me resembles the result of a marriage between a Whitney Wolverine and the Beretta 92, with a little CZ-75 thrown in at the bottom of the grip. I've never seen its like - the Russians certainly do have some very innovative firearm designs.

Thanks for posting this aom22.
The examples you use for comparison are too NEW - the MCM is, almost, a relic. That being said, if the price were right, I'd like to own one.



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baikal_MCM
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25m Standard Pistol for competition according to the rules of International Shooting Sport Federation for round-target shooting at 25 m. The Margolin has been used since the 1950s, and complies with all international competition standards.

The MCM was designed by Mikhail Margolin in 1948 and made its international debut at the 36th World Championships held in 1954 at Caracas.

Very accurate, reliable and economically priced pistol of functional and simple design. The designer himself was totally blind, which might have it's influence on the design. The most criticised characteristic - the elevation of the plane of sight - could thus also be explained: The designer could not aim with his pistol.

The barrel, being comparatively light-weight, can be equipped with nose-weight for added performance.

The more concealable version of the pistol is available for target shooting and self-defence applications. The barrel is shortened and original sights replaced in this version.

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