Great guns, not so good price. I bought both of mine last year for $109 apiece and now I see that they are around $150. Ammo is cheap as long as you buy the corrosive milsurp stuff, but be warned, stay away from most Bulgarian and any that is loaded on stripper clips, they were intended for the SMG that used this round also and are loaded alot hotter. The 52 has an ungodly strong action for a pistol being that is a roller locking setup and is really a well crafted and highly engineered pistol especially for the time that it was produced, 1952 to 1954. Most were arsenal refinished and look almost new, I have 2, one was refurbed and the other wasn't but there isn't much difference in the appearence and none in the operation. Do not trust the decocker and do not dry fire it, the firing pins will be damaged very easily from dry firing but replacements are available. I have some vids on my page listed in my sig line of us shooting ours.