Hungarian Weapons - Fémáru FÉG Pistols
This is the export version of the Hungarian Military PA-63 Pistol, chambering 7.65x17mm (.32ACP). It was manufactured with a black-anodized Titanium-Aluminium alloy frame and a polished blued steel slide.
Marked 'Made in Hungary FÉG Budapest' on the right side of the slide.
The model is marked on the left side of the slide: '7.65mm AP-MBP'
Century Arms import marked under the Model designation.
Typical AP-MBP inspection markings are on the left side of the frame, between the trigger and the grip panel. The serial numbers are usually 2 letters and 4 numbers. Most AP-MBP pistols have been reported with 'BK' letter prefixes, one was reported with a 'BU' prefix. Please provide update.
The circled 'M1' and the heart-shape circled 'I' are inspection marks. The small Hungarian crest with the 2-digit date are believed to be acceptance marks. The '7's are a bit weird often look like '1's. Some sources question the 2-digit dates because 50 and 52 were reported which could not be dates..
Some of the pistol have a thumb rest grip
Design improvements of the Walther PPK by FÉG.
English Disassembly Manual