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    Hi Gents

    Viktor from Hungary. Former ParaRecon, now HRSO worked in Bosnia, Iraq and A'stan. Glad to be here.

    Stay safe

    Nightwolf

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    Greetings Nightwolf!

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      Greetings from Ohio, U.S.A.!

      My old neighbor's last name is Magyar...guess where his ancestors hailed from?!?!

      I own an FEG PA63 pistol.

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        Welcome from Washington State. Great place, lots of nice folks.
        God,grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change,courage to change the things I can,and the wisdom to know the difference.

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          Welcome.

          Mike

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            Thank you all the welcome.

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              hey see if you can pick old Krink here, a set of new plastic Amd-65 grip's.front and rear. i'd like to put plastic on my Amd-65.
              since your in hungary I'd figure a set might be around someplace. and that can fit in a shaving kit.and yes you can bring back grip's from a foreign place. under $100.00 value.

              Krink
              NEVER LOSE SIGHT OF YOUR VISION!

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                Welcome from Texas.
                Where are you working now? Iraq, Afghanastan or the Balkans??
                Been there, done that myself.
                Coz

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                  Welcome from South Carolina! My wife's maternal grandparents came from Hungary to the US almost 100 years ago.

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