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Old 10-13-2016, 1:11 PM
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Default .32s!

I have a small collection of .32s and decided to bring them all out at the same time, for once. Especially as this is a great day lighting-wise.

So I took a few pics.....



Upper right, clockwise:

Walther PP
MAB GZ
CZ 50
Late War CZ 27
Mauser 1914
Beretta 1935
Savage 1907
Colt 1903
FN 1900

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Ortgies
S&W Safety Hammerless "lemon squeezer"

All pistols are in .32acp except the lemon squeezer, which is in .32 S&W. I inherited that one so I will include it as well.

Colt 1903 (type I made in 1905)





FN 1900 (rarest of the bunch)





CZ 27, my only firearm with a Waffenampt






Ortgies pistol - these are pretty interesting/unique





Close-up of the PP. I just love that Walther banner.







Anyhow, I hope you enjoyed this post. There were hundreds of pistol designs chambered in .32acp.....maybe one day I will scratch them all off the list.

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Old 10-13-2016, 1:21 PM
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Nice.

Need to get an even dozen with another revolver!

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Very nice! Here is my Beretta 1935. My only .32.


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Old 10-13-2016, 2:29 PM
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Great collection, I love the Colt!
Thanx for sharing!
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Very nice! Here is my Beretta 1935. My only .32.


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Sorry this was another pistol in 9mm. Could not find a pic of my .32


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That Colt 1903 is nice!! A 1903 is next on my bucket list!


Sauer 38H (3rd variant, subvariant) (shoots crazy tight groups!), collected from a stockpile of them in a castle in Italy near the end of WW2, GI bringback





Walther PPK (commercial 1932) - Nazi surrender at the Ruhr Pocket, GI bringback






Walther PP (1965), formerly belonged to the Bremerhaven Polizei, no import marks not sure how it got here

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That Colt 1903 is nice!! A 1903 is next on my bucket list!


Sauer 38H (3rd variant, subvariant), collected from a stockpile of them in a castle in Italy near the end of WW2, GI bringback





Walther PPK Nazi surrender at the Ruhr Pocket, GI bringback






Walther PP, formerly belonged to the Bremerhaven Polizei, no import marks not sure how it got here

Man those are nice!

A PPK is high on my list.....a bit hard to get for a good price here in CA unfortunately
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Sorry this was another pistol in 9mm. Could not find a pic of my .32


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Finally! Appreciate your patience and tolerance...



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Colt 'Army Special' aka Official Police in .32-20 from the 1920s. A fun little revolver to shoot.
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That is one if the nicest 1903's I've seen in a while. That FN 1900 is really cool. So ugly it's beautiful.
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Beautiful pistols everyone. I'm always impressed with the things that are shared here.

I have 2 .32's, a bringback Mauser 1914 (1934 grip) and a JHV41 37m.




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OP: Nice collection!

Below is my one and only .32. A bring back from France by my father. WWI era Spanish Izarra made for the French. Rare long barrel version. My father made the holster as well as the sweetheart grips. I have the original grips as well.

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Excellent piece SonofEugene. The history is so deep and very personal. Thanks for sharing
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Thanks!

The photo is of my aunt, my father's kid sister. At the time he was shipped overseas, he didn't have a wife, girlfriend or sweetheart.

Here's a photo of the same pistol with the original grips:

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Beautiful pistols everyone. I'm always impressed with the things that are shared here.

I have 2 .32's, a bringback Mauser 1914 (1934 grip) and a JHV41 37m.




That JHV41 has such wonderful lines.....it is beautiful even by modern standards.
I had no idea those existed. Another one to add to the list!
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Nice bunch of guns, everyone. I only have these three 32s.




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My only .32, colt 1903 c. 1916.
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Great looking .32s guys. It's a fantastic little cartridge.

My only one is a Tomcat I inherited from Pops. You fine folks are getting me interested in grabbing a C&R .32
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Thanks for sharing. Love the history. We truly underestimate the power of the 32 caliber. How many individuals did these take down back in the day? And to think, now a days we wear lightweight shirts versus old multiple layers that were worn in the 20's and 30's.
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Nice I have a Walther ppk RZM from the thirty's in great shape would love to post a picture but I'm new to Calguns and haven't mastered the art. I selling it so if you would like to see it, please advise.
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Nice I have a Walther ppk RZM from the thirty's in great shape would love to post a picture but I'm new to Calguns and haven't mastered the art. I selling it so if you would like to see it, please advise.
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The easiest way I have found to post pics, is to use a hosting service.

I use Photobucket myself, there are a ton of ads but it is way easy to use. Just click and drag your photo to upload. Once it is uploaded, view the pic on Photobucket, highlight the "IMG" link, copy it and paste it into your post. It is simple as that.

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Nice.

Need to get an even dozen with another revolver!

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Nah, he should buy the 32 I've got for sale! I'll even cut a great price break to make the collection complete!
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Nah, he should buy the 32 I've got for sale! I'll even cut a great price break to make the collection complete!
Your "half the value in cash" is a deal breaker for me...otherwise i'd offer you a straight trade.

Nice carbine though.......would love to own it.
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You guys are living my dream right now! The hammerless, Mauser, savage and fn1900 are all on my wish list

So is a frommer stop. Those things are beauties.
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