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Baby Brownings that is.
From an estate I'm helping with, man did like his Baby's!

 
Posts: 279 | Location: West Virginia | Registered: February 25, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Love it! I know nothing about them, but they look neat like a bunch of puppies.
 
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Nice!!! Very diverse group!
You could fill up a lot of pockets!


Jim
 
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Originally posted by 12131:
Love it! I know nothing about them, but they look neat like a bunch of puppies.


Big Grin a whole litter.
 
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Very nice collection little pistols.
 
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A neat obsession he had there.

A couple or so years ago I came across a NIB example (stainless, gold trigger) complete with the clamshell box. Late 50s to early 60s vintage, if I remember right. Instantly smitten, I was there/it was there...but ultimately balked at what I then thought was a crazy asking price. But every once and awhile I think that I should've bought it given what the current prices are like, especially when I come across a pic of one as a reminder.

So now I see FIFTEEN of 'em. Now I'm really feeling bummed... Wink


-MG
 
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I've always meant to get one of those. Please post details here if the estate is for sale.
 
Posts: 1467 | Location: West Virginia | Registered: December 08, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Nice collection he had there.

They’re neat little guns. I inherited one and occasionally pocket carry it. For a gun I can only get one finger on the grip, it’s a surprisingly good little shooter. The sights seemed to be kind of a cruel joke until I put a box of ammo through it and found it shot right to point of aim.
 
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Nice!

I was able to get an all stainless Baby Browning clone in 25 Auto.

These look like fun times fifteen!



My other Sig is a Steyr...
 
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I've always wanted one, it's such a cool looking little pistol.


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Very cool. I would love someday to try one out.
 
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They are extremely well made guns, but a victim of the GCA68.


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