I know of the Super designation appearing alone on model A and B pistols, but it can be on others as well.
These are used on the 28/30/31 series, and are always used. Sometimes, these are not used, so the model number for the Firestar Plus has no K suffix, to designate that it is alloy framed.
Once you find the model, you can look up which series it is in and go to the relevant page on the table here.
I am sure other countries have similar regulations. These will have the "MRI MNPLS MN" stamping, usually on the bottom of the dust cover.
Import stamps are usually not going to match, many will even be non-straight or will not have been finished over. Lately, a few others have started importing used surplus guns, most notably Century Arms; these guns will carry a stamp reading "C. Especially because of the large number of Star pistols imported as surplus, import marks are almost always of no value when trying to identify the gun.
Just to add more trouble, some pistols will simply be marked "Super," with no letter codes.
These are the Super (linkless, quick-takedown lever) versions of a number of models.The Ukrainian unit commanded by Mr Karkoc has been repeatedly accused of massacring civilians, including burning down villages filled with women and children, in graphic eyewitness accounts of survivors and other men in his unit.The records do not show that Mr Karkoc had a direct hand in war crimes but indicate he was at the scene of atrocities it is claimed.Model names are all too frequently a source of confusion for Star pistols. The right place to find all older Star pistol model numbers is on the butt, as seen in the illustrations below and photo to the right.Especially for the older pistols, there are just a few tips you need to know to almost always find the correct model of your gun. On the flat plate on the bottom of the gun, just rear of where the magazine is inserted, look for a letter, set of letters or a word.Some older pistols will have no model number on the butt.