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 Post subject: Star model 30mi
PostPosted: Wed Sep 30, 2009 5:41 pm 
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SO during my recent colt craze I came across a Star 30mi and couldn't pass up the opportunity to pick one up. I've done some online research and was curious if anyone could tell me the difference between the star 30m and the 30mi. I just picked the gun up today for 280 out the door, its just as everyone described heavy and built like a tank. Visually it seems more like a smith and wesson than a cz-75b but it does have the internal slide rails


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 Post subject: Re: Star model 30mi
PostPosted: Thu Oct 01, 2009 9:15 pm 
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They will tell you here. http://www.star-firearms.com/firearms/guns/283031/index.shtml

For that type of money it might be a nice gun.

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