Hungarian Weapons - FegArmy FEG Pistols

FÉG Model SAPS South African Contract Pistol
FÉG Model AP9 - 9mm Attila Pisztoly

A Walther PPK type black anodized aluminum-titanium alloy frame pistol
Est. 9000 or less were manufactured by Fegyver és Gázkészulékgyár ('FÉG'), Budapest, cca 1998-2000
Caliber: 9mm Browning Short (.380 ACP)
179mm [7"] long, 100mm [3.9"] long barrel
7-rd magazine
Unloaded weight: 770g

The Model SAPS is the 9mm (.380acp) South African Police Contract version of the commercial FÉG AP9 Pistol.

It has an Aluminum-Titanium alloy frame and a steel slide.
It was manufactured for export cca 1998-2000.

This pistol is equipped with a weight latch system. It has an external hammer, equipped with a revolver-type firing mechanism, swinging firing pin and has a built in revolving safety. The pistol has firing pin locking to protect against accidental discharge. The revolver-type firing mechanism and the external hammer allows to fire the first shot directly by pulling the trigger with a round in the chamber, while the gun is unlatched with the released hammer. The hammer may be cocked with the thumb also. The revolving safety mechanism in the slide allows safe loading of the latched pistol.

Design improvements of the Walther PPK by FÉG.

Slide Legend: 'Cal. 380 Made in Hungary F.E.G.'

S.A.P.S. = South African Police Service
Located on the left front area of the slide, often lightly stamped.

Serial number prefix was 'J' followed by a 5-digit number between 00001 - 08932.
Anyone has an SAPS pistol with a serial over 08932 or under 7000?

Imported to the US by SSME, Plant City, FL' circa 2003