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Discussion in 'The Display Case' started by Undertow, Jun 24, 2007.
hmmm....I kinda like that Almost Mauser hsc ish, How's the trigger pull?
super crisp single action... pretty good double action... they were designed as precision pieces - scaled down roller bolt mechanism...
Beretta 950B cal. 6,35mm (.25 ACP)
Fabio, that is a fine little Beretta!
Cool Fabio, I like cold war pocket pistols.
Here's a new-to-me Series 80 with some of Esmeralda's Rosewood Picaso grips
Man, that is sweet! And those grips really set off a classic like that.
couple of my WWI pieces.
Mike, those grips look fantastic!
Thanks DD, she has a bunch more ...not tooooo crazily priced either.
Nice WWI collectors pieces SS, now for the Webley .455?
Nice pair! What years were they made in?
The Colt is a 1916, The P-08 is 1915.
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.
My P-08 is 1915 as well, a DWM, SN is 4xx, how close are our twins?
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".
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.
I used to Shoot, Collect, Rebuild, Buy & Sell, Winchester Super X Model 1's... but got out of it several years ago...
Now I shoot Bench Rest Precision 22LR 50yds, My Anschutz is a favorite...
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!
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...
Another version of Anschutz M54...
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...
Wish me luck my friends, trying to work a trade for a 1917 Colt 1911.