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Kilroy was here
Member of the Vintage Camera Club
A few of my antique weapons:
a nasty old jezail from the 'Stan
a beat up Forehand & Wadsworth "suicide special" .38
an 1871 Adams .45 Colt Short (sadly wrecked by an incompetent gunsmith, but a fine wall hanger nonetheless!)
an assemblage of various bits and pieces of iron mongery from the far-flung reaches of the Empire.
Last edited by Toisach; 06-14-2012 at 07:09 PM.
"A gentleman is only ever rude intentionally."
What a neat little Martini. I'd love to find one that was converted. A couple years ago, I could have gotten a unmodified one for $300, but I passed.
Did someone say something about a rifle in 44-40? Here are a couple shots of my 44-40 '73 reproduction.
I've had it since the fall of '96 when I started shooting in WAS (Western Action Shooting) matches. Mostly NCOWS but also SASS.
I showed off a few of my toys at an airshow last weekend with my Jeep.
In the photo is: M1911A1, M1 carbine (very low serial #), M1928A1 Thompson SMG, M1A1 rocket launcher with M6A1 and A3 rockets, M1919A4 with original 42-dated tripod (still in original darker pakerizing)
That's quite a collection. The M1919A4 reminded me of the Browning "light" machine gun we were issued after we arrived at Camp MacKall, NC.
Welcome to the place Monsignore!