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shooter521

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This thread will be for any handgun that doesn't fall into the other "Show-N-Tell" thread categories.

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Colt Pony Pocketlite .380. Custom work by Cylinder & Slide. Desert Ironwood grips by Wicked Grips.
 

451_Detonics

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CZ-52, CZ wood grips, Novac fiber optic sights...Mega-Mag magazines (unlike Triple-K these work flawlessly), trigger lightly worked by me. Cheapest handgun to shoot other than a 22 and much more fun. This is my BOB handgun, 10 magazines and Wolf Gold JHP.

 

ROLEXrifleman

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S&W 52 done up for Bullseye. chopped hammer, frame tapped in multiple spots for diffrent mounts over the years, no rear sight, Herret grips. It';s a work horse not a beuty queen.

 

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EAA witness limited in 9mm. Actualy bought from a INGO member. This is the picture he took for the add. I'll add a pic of my own in a few. I liked his playing card in the middle.

 

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Witness 10mm




Witness Target Comp .45, have it's twin in .38 Super. Blast to shoot!







Sig P228


P38 all matching Nazi proofed.


Browning High Power all original with matching holster.



Walther P5 9mm. Left sided ejection.



 

MAHamlin

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Pictures of my Sig P226 ST. This is not an elite, but I had Sig install the SRT package recently. I also had them perform their Action Enhancement Package and their Sig Full Service Plan at the same time as the SRT install.



 

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"Original series" Japanese Type 14 Nambu. Manufactured by Nambu Rifle Manufacturing Company/Chuo Kogyo Production at Kokubunji under Nagoya Arsenal supervision. Dated June, 1937.
 

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Walther P5 9mm. Left sided ejection.


Drool worthy P5! I've always wanted one...still do want one because I think it's a cool looking handgun. Finding that intersection of "have cash in hand" and "here's a nice P5 to buy" has been difficult thus far. Do you like it? How's it shoot and all that info?
 

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It's a relative of the P38 so not bad. The rifling and ejection are opposite than normal guns for some reason so the recoil pulse is a little different. It feels very good in my hand and is quite easy to carry. I think it was used in one of the Bond films too. You have a very nice Suicide pistol btw!
 

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It's a relative of the P38 so not bad. The rifling and ejection are opposite than normal guns for some reason so the recoil pulse is a little different. It feels very good in my hand and is quite easy to carry. I think it was used in one of the Bond films too. You have a very nice Suicide pistol btw!

Thanks! I really need to find some ammo for it and take it out to the range.

Good to hear about that P5. I'm a pretty big fan of the P38; I've got an AC44 and a post-war P1. I'm going to have to find myself a P5.
 

Colt556

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Thanks! I really need to find some ammo for it and take it out to the range.

Good to hear about that P5. I'm a pretty big fan of the P38; I've got an AC44 and a post-war P1. I'm going to have to find myself a P5.

Well..... You could give me one of those Carbines! ;)
 
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