Show us your Guns!

Discussion in 'The Display Case' started by Undertow, Jun 24, 2007.

  1. MikePotts

    MikePotts Practically Family

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    hmmm....I kinda like that :) Almost Mauser hsc ish, How's the trigger pull?
     
  2. heron163

    heron163 One of the Regulars

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    super crisp single action... pretty good double action... they were designed as precision pieces - scaled down roller bolt mechanism...:cool:
     
  3. fabiovenhorst

    fabiovenhorst One Too Many

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    Beretta 950B cal. 6,35mm (.25 ACP)

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  4. DeaconKC

    DeaconKC One Too Many

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    Fabio, that is a fine little Beretta!
     
  5. MikePotts

    MikePotts Practically Family

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    Cool Fabio, I like cold war pocket pistols.
     
  6. MikePotts

    MikePotts Practically Family

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    Here's a new-to-me Series 80 with some of Esmeralda's Rosewood Picaso grips

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  7. DeaconKC

    DeaconKC One Too Many

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    Man, that is sweet! And those grips really set off a classic like that.
     
  8. Steve S.

    Steve S. One of the Regulars

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    couple of my WWI pieces.

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  9. DesertDan

    DesertDan One Too Many

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    Mike, those grips look fantastic!
     
  10. MikePotts

    MikePotts Practically Family

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    Thanks DD, she has a bunch more ...not tooooo crazily priced either.

    Nice WWI collectors pieces SS, now for the Webley .455?
     
  11. Stearmen

    Stearmen I'll Lock Up

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    Nice pair! What years were they made in?
     
  12. Steve S.

    Steve S. One of the Regulars

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    The Colt is a 1916, The P-08 is 1915.
     
  13. KilroyCD

    KilroyCD One Too Many

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    Here's one of my recent additions. Got it at a local auction where it was described as an Enfield 1876 Martini Henry, but it's not quite as it seems. It's actually an Afghan-made Martini (and not a Kabul Arsenal Martini) that had its original markings scrubbed and spurious British markings applied. This is a particularly well-made Khyber Pass example, with some age to it and it has seen much use.
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  14. DeaconKC

    DeaconKC One Too Many

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    My P-08 is 1915 as well, a DWM, SN is 4xx, how close are our twins?
     
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  15. Steve S.

    Steve S. One of the Regulars

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    mine is a very low 2600. All numbers matching except for the mag (WWII). sadly it originally had a unit number engraved on the front strap that was scrubbed off post WWI. was a WWII bringback that I picked up from the son of the "bringbackee".
     
  16. a2jacketpatches

    a2jacketpatches Vendor

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    This was my baby a few years back, miss it like crazy and actually still have bad dreams about selling it. Tight as a drum unlike most Lugers you'll find. Absolute mint condition except for a finger print on the barrel.
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  17. Bolero

    Bolero A-List Customer

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    I used to Shoot, Collect, Rebuild, Buy & Sell, Winchester Super X Model 1's... but got out of it several years ago...

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    Now I shoot Bench Rest Precision 22LR 50yds, My Anschutz is a favorite...

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  18. Stearmen

    Stearmen I'll Lock Up

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    Wow, that looks super accurate! It reminds me of the old muzzleloader Chunk Guns. I know that Sergeant York shot Chunk guns, that's why Hollywood thought he was still shooting old Kentucky rifles for food, instead of a state of the art black powder target rifle! Again, great looking rifle!
     
  19. Bolero

    Bolero A-List Customer

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    This Anschutz Model 54 Barreled Action is Bedded in a Don Stith BR stock and I use a Tasco 36X Target scope and a Custom Tuner at the Muzzle...here is a typical USBR target for this gun, shot at 50 yards and using Wind Flags...

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    Another version of Anschutz M54...

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    I also shoot the Ruger 10-22 Semi Auto for "Just plain Fun" here are 2 that I built in Winter 2014, Custom GM barrels, Custom Stocks, Tasco 36X scopes...

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  20. DeaconKC

    DeaconKC One Too Many

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    Wish me luck my friends, trying to work a trade for a 1917 Colt 1911.
     
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