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Post by toddcfii on 1/10/2019, 8:19 am

Can anyone give me some information on the Pardini MP in 32 WC?  Specifically is it a good bullseye gun in reliability and accuracy?  Also can it take a red dot without modification?  I have found little on line on this model. I guess it is an older model?  I only see informing the SP.  Is the SP the 22 version and MP the 32?  Thanks in advance.

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Post by dronning on 1/10/2019, 9:04 am

The MP's were prone to frame cracking, you would have to add a rail for an optic.  Parts will be an issue - if even available.

https://www.bullseyeforum.net/t9349-pardini-sp-vs-mp

If you decide to go with the new Pardini I'd consider the 32acp.

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Post by toddcfii on 1/10/2019, 9:10 am

Thanks Dave. I just found that discussion on the board before you posted it. So drill and tap the top of the gun for a rail then add a red dot?

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Post by JKR on 1/10/2019, 9:27 am

I've done some work on a friends 22 SP model. There are some parts available from Pardini USA for these older guns. I think Pardini added the silver racing stripes to the frames because of the cracking issue with the 32s. If it has these stripes and the price right it could be worth considering. 

Yes. the frames need to be drilled and tapped for a mount.

I don't agree with Dave about 32 ACP's. 

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Post by toddcfii on 1/10/2019, 9:30 am

Doesn’t have the racing stripes so....  Would it still be worth it at the right price. Excellent condition what would be the right price?

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Post by gregbenner on 1/10/2019, 10:55 am

If you are considering purchase, you might consider calling Vladimir at Pardini USA.  He is very helpful.

I’ve got Pardini, and others, in both 32WC as well as ACP, both are nice. If you don’t already have either, I also would consider the ACP, but not suggesting it is better than the 32Long.

I’m not familiar with the MP version, I have the SP/HP, and did not have to drill or tap, it has grooves in the frame which works perfectly for my red dot.


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Post by JKR on 1/10/2019, 11:08 am

I agree with Greg. Give Vlad a call. He helped me sort out that old SP. I know my friend gave a grand for that pistol. I don't think I would've paid that much. However since I got it running right for him, it's been flawless.

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Post by mpolans on 1/10/2019, 5:42 pm

toddcfii wrote:Doesn’t have the racing stripes so....  Would it still be worth it at the right price. Excellent condition what would be the right price?
I probably wouldn't, unless you could get it at a price where if the frame cracked after a thousand rounds you wouldn't cry.

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