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Another Colt 22. I picked this up late nineties. Haven't seen another until reading this thread.
Accurate and smooth running.
About a year ago I won a Ducks Unlimited raffle for a Beretta Neos. Never did shoot it and didn't give the first thought to directly
compare it with the Colt.
The trigger was terrible on the Neos and I didn't like the way the rail came back and covered the slide. Sold it last Sat.at a gun show.

Thanks so much for the tip on the Neos mags fitting the Colt. I plan to pick up a few.





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A pic Of my rarest Sig, a P226 Sport Stock.
Wish I had a better pic but I work with some primitive equipment.


Can there be such a thing as a rare Glock ?
I picked this up in NOS condition. Gen 2 , 357 Sig ,just about my very favorite caliber, and SIG stamped on the slide. Not many of them around.



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Colt 22 .22lr


That makes three SF members who have one of those! Big Grin

I used to own one also back in the '90's but just didn't care for it that much and traded it in on a Ruger MK-II.

Ironically, I also had a Ruger SP-101 in .327 Fed Mag just like his second photo! I loved the caliber, and the revolver was very well made, but after much range time I never could shoot it well at all so I traded it in on a Sig of some sort. I really, REALLY wanted to love it because it had so much potential, but there was something about the shape of the grip, or maybe the angle... or both. Anyway, it just didn't work for me, and I sadly had to face the facts and part with it.


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And one gratuitous rifle:

1936 Winchester Mod. 70 originally in .257 Roberts, re-chambered to .25 Gibbs.





I'm kind of interested in the serial # or at least the general range. Only because I have #201


It's 4xxx. I don't recall the exact number, but it's in the 4,000s, and according to the records I looked up was made in November of 1936.



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I sure wish I would have obtained a P226 Sport Stock at some point in the past. I can't imagine how pleasant they are to shoot.
 
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Not the P220. The 6 1/2" nickel Smith & Wesson Model 25-2 in .45 ACP
 
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Colt 22 .22lr


That makes three SF members who have one of those! Big Grin

I used to own one also back in the '90's but just didn't care for it that much and traded it in on a Ruger MK-II.

Ironically, I also had a Ruger SP-101 in .327 Fed Mag just like his second photo! I loved the caliber, and the revolver was very well made, but after much range time I never could shoot it well at all so I traded it in on a Sig of some sort. I really, REALLY wanted to love it because it had so much potential, but there was something about the shape of the grip, or maybe the angle... or both. Anyway, it just didn't work for me, and I sadly had to face the facts and part with it.


aren't the Colt 22's basically a reworked High Standard Duramatic?



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what, no one has a Webley?




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Since they only made 531 of these and just a few with 3 cylinders, 450 magnum express, 45 win mag and 45 Colt, not likely anyone else here has one. Below is a North American Arms Single Action Stainless. Mine looks just like the one in the pic but with three cylinders.



Will post a pic of mine later.



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Colt Anaconda Realtree. Not sure how many were made, but they were only made in 1996, which is the year I bought mine new. Very accurate gun, but a bit big to lug around! One of those guns I doubt I'll ever sell.

 
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what, no one has a Webley?

Sure, but it's a 10 gauge flare pistol, and I'm not sure that counts.
 
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what, no one has a Webley?


I have an extremely rare one.

1916 Lyon & Lyon MKIII Pocket Revolver







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I own one of the first few Colt Pythons made, serial number 45.

Also have a Lew Horton factory ported barrel Colt Python 2.5" stainless, 1 of 55 made.
 
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1901 Mannlicher and holster, manufactured in 1903 for Austrian civilian market, 1000 produced.










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1901 Mannlicher and holster, manufactured in 1903 for Austrian civilian market, 1000 produced.










That's a very cool pistol.

How about some details.

How did you get it?

Have you shot it?

Neat gun.


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The pistol is a Steyr Mannlicher M1901. I purchased it from an collector a couple of decades ago. It has about 95% of its original finish and is in perfect mechanical condition. It is a 7.65 caliber and I have never shot it because it is a collectible. The holster is even more rare than the pistol and I have never shot it either.
This is the pistol pictured in the article on Wikipedia.


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The pistol is a Steyr Mannlicher M1901. I purchased it from an collector a couple of decades ago. It has about 95% of its original finish and is in perfect mechanical condition. It is a 7.65 caliber and I have never shot it because it is a collectible. The holster is even more rare than the pistol and I have never shot it either.
This is the pistol pictured in the article on Wikipedia.


Thanks for the info and headsup.

I've never read the Wikipedia site on it but have seen them in books.

I don't own any but I have a thing for the old auto pistols; Bergmanns, etc. Fascinating time of history for shootin irons. Thanks for posting.


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aren't the Colt 22's basically a reworked High Standard Duramatic?


That, I don't know. I'll have to wait for someone more knowledgeable than me to help us out on that one.



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Someone else posted a P9S (although this one is .45 ACP, not 9mm) but I haven't seen an HK4 yet. This was a modern take on the Mauser HSC and available in 4 calibers: .22LR, .25 ACP, .32 ACP, and .380 ACP. I only have the .22 and .380 kits.

 
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