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Old 12-16-2007, 7:28 AM
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Any have any C&R handgun pix?

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Old 12-16-2007, 11:51 AM
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Very nice! As a kid a friend's Dad showed me a M1922 like yours, he told me the extention was so a silencer could be installad. I read later that it was simply an economical method to make a version with a longer barrel.
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Old 12-18-2007, 7:01 PM
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Here's a couple of mine

CZ82


Nagant (oddest ammo I've seen)


Dual CZ52s (getting low on boolits)

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Old 12-25-2007, 4:11 AM
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Just a couple of mine:


Mauser model 1934 pistol in .32 acp


A High Standard G-380 made in the Unites States!


And my Browning M 1910/22.

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You guys need to stop using photobucket, it doesn't work that well.
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S&W M&P .38 Victory Model, in .38 SPL. Holster is a RIA circa 8-44 in BROWN!

and some ammo, my Camillus TL-29 Engineer's pocket knife, and food-opening device(Can Opener)
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My inheritted S&W pre-model 10 snub blurry cellphone pic:
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My inheritted S&W pre-model 10 snub blurry cellphone pic:
From the pic, it looks like an early Chief's Special. Round front sight puts it early 50's at the youngest. Great old Smith!!!
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From the pic, it looks like an early Chief's Special. Round front sight puts it early 50's at the youngest. Great old Smith!!!
Actually, considering it has the serial number S937XXX it was manufactured from 1945 to 1948. All parts are matching.
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Old 09-01-2008, 7:21 PM
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Here is an Argentine m1927, Sistema Colt, that I imported in July. This one dates to 1946.



Upon disassembly, I discovered that the sear was worn or damaged. I dropped in a Cylinder & Slide Tactical II ignition system, which also necessitated a modification of the grip safety. A King’s Gun Works 205 took care of that, and I also added a flat mainspring housing from Wilson Combat.

Eventually this pistol will get slim grips, some usable sights, and possibly a new slide.
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My M49
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My two beretta 1935 addition to the collection, haven't shot them yet.

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1895 Nagant Revolver (1938 Tula)

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Here is another Argentine m1927.



I put slim bone grips from Kimson Handicrafts on this one.
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