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Holy crap a Borchardt!!! Very, very, very nice!
That was pretty much my reaction as well.

One a' them and a Mars pistol are on my lottery fantasy very short list.
Come to think of it, I'd probably pay folding money just to rent them.

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Another little gem....my grandparents bought this during a trip to Italy way back when....unfired.
Those were the days, when the average taxpayer was obviously considered more trust worthy by the gummint than us modern masses.


Here's my oldies, obviously every expense was spared.



Clockwise from lower left: 1890-1892, 1943, 1931, 1944.

The H&R is .32 S&W BP only.

The Nambu was a WWII vet bring back, it looks like at some point he decided to clean it up by sanding the rust off, over most of the top of the pistol. It almost looks two-tone.

The K-22 is first year production, got it with a Marble front sight and different aftermarket stocks installed by original owner.

The Victory Model is blued w/o martial markings, I read that some were put out like this for Civil Defense use. Judging from the serial number V765XXX, it was one of the very last ones with the old style hammer block safety mounted in the side plate.

It came with the unusual front sight, jeweled hammer & trigger, and later model stocks. This kind of stuff doesn't really bug me, I figure it's like somebody in the '50's would've modified it, so it's kinda period correct rather than factory correct. I put the lanyard loop on there, just had to!

The front sight had me wondering, since the barrel certainly appears original, and I knew it wasn't a later model replacement as were the stocks, like this:



Turns out it seems to have been built up from the factory front sight. If you get it under the light just right, you can see the outline of the original half-moon shape:



Anybody ever see a mod like this before?
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1942 mgr. S&W M&P Victory in 38 Special
S&W M&P Victory model by John Hermesmeyer, on Flickr

S&W M&P Victory model by John Hermesmeyer, on Flickr

S&W Victory by John Hermesmeyer, on Flickr

S&W Victory by John Hermesmeyer, on Flickr
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Rated as the finest Lugers ever made, this Swiss 7.65x21 beauty is a 1949 manufacture and issue with the original ammo pouch, holster and manual.......... and it's mint to boot! The proof is always in the Hawkeye Pro Borescope. No import marks





Virtually Mint P48, (oft times called the P210 in the USA) among the first 250 manufactured and original Swiss Army issue. No import marks.
Note the "A" in front of the serial number.

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This little gem also has no import marks. Very near pristine and with original serialed holster, ammo pouch, Waffenfett lube and original manual.
It also came with it's original issue and history record.





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1930 Officers Model Target


1909 New Service


Misc US military autos

1914 Springfield Armory 1911


1942 Colt 1911-A1


1943 Ithaca 1911-A1


1944 Remington-Rand 1911-A1


Some foreign guns

1913 Luger


1916 Mauser C96


1944 cyq P38

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Some more of mine - Original 1940 Nagant rig, Finn DWM alphabet Luger with Erfurt toggle and 5" Tikka barrel, Norwegian 1940 Mauser Luger rework.


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Reichsrevolver model 1883


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Not a good picture or one I took, but a recent acquisition I'm quite keen on. It's like a long slide Colt 1903 chambered in a stronger caliber; Husqvarna M1907 in 9mm Browning Long.

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First S&W revolver, 1965 Model 10-5.
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While not a true C&R (it's a repro), here's one I picked up today:
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Webley MkVI .455 and S&W Victory .38/200 with period accouterments.



Consecutive serial numbers Webley MkIV .380; sold to New Scotland Yard in 1956.
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^^ very nice collection

I'm sure posted before but I'll roger up with a refresher of mine

1943 Webley Mark IV War Finish .38S&W / 1940 Enfield No2 MKI .38S&W [both fully British proofed]



1942 S&W Navy Victory 38spcl all numbers matching; butt, grip, barrel, cylinder, extractor, and Jinks lettered..








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Here are some pics of my late FILs service gear when he was a volunteer for the San Fernando Valley Sheriff's Mounted Posse (Search & Rescue).

Looks like it wasn't carried or shot often, 1968 S&W Model 10-5 and S&W marked M-100 Handcuffs!

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Looks like it wasn't carried or shot often, 1968 S&W Model 10-5 and S&W marked M-100 Handcuffs!
That's an understatement - what a beauty - !

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1944 byf, dual tone, Police-marked P38. Eagle F marked for Nazi police issue, along with Commercial Eagle N mark. Since these were pulled from Army production, it also has WaA135 marks on the left frame, right slide and the barrel assembly. It is a rare variation. Depending on the source, it is one of 872 produced (or 1 of 1500). They all fit into a known serial number range. What makes it rare is that it was marked for Nazi police issue (Eagle F on the right slide) and that it is dual tone (the frame is phosphate and the barrel and slide are blued). All numbers match and internals are numbered to the gun. They do not get much mintier than this. I have nice photos of the internals but reached my max in this post. It looks even nicer in person.

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Eagle F Dual tone Police P38. A few more pics of the internals and their markings.

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Here’s my small USGI WW2 collection.

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