|PRICE:||R 3,000.00 Incl. VAT|
|ACTION||Semi-automatic - Delayed Blowback|
|CONDITION||Fair to good used condition|
FIREARM HISTORY AND FEATURES:
The family of Star model B, BM and Super B pistols are all Spanish manufactured, semi-automatic pistols based on the design of the famous Colt M1911, but are chambered in 9mmP.
Although all the Star Model B pistols greatly resemble the M1911 in appearance, there are some differences regarding their design, actions and controls, with obvious ones being the exclusion of the grip safety and the use of an external extractor.
The first Model B pistols were produced in the 1920s and were highly exported and used in WWII, particularly in Germany.
They were also used by members of the South African Defense Force during the 1970s and 1980s.
These pistols are generally considered high quality and give good performance.
This gun is in fair to good used condition. It is mechanically good and functional.
The original finish on this pistol is actually quite good, except that there are large areas of light surface rust from sitting in storage (which can likely be easily removed), mainly on the left side of the slide and the front and back of the grip.
There is also some light surface rust on the barrel at the ejection port.
Plastic grips are still in good condition, but are just dirty.
It comes in its original cardboard box (old) and includes the original manual.
Includes 2 x 8 round magazines.
Extra magazines for this firearm available from Special Armory
This firearm is suitable for home self defense and every day concealed carry.
This firearm is suitable for use in the following sports:
- IDPA – CCP division
- PIN SHOOTING – Stock gun
- STEEL CHALLENGE
In early movie productions M1911 pistols were often substituted for Star Model B pistols as they resembled them so closely, but worked better with the 9mmP blank firing ammunition of the time.
A famous nickel plated Star Model B can be seen in the movie ‘Pulp Fiction’ used by the character Jules, and which he refers to as “Mr nine-millimeter”.