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Ammoholic
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I don't personally own anything unique or rare. I just like seeing pretty things. The closest thing I own to rare is a SIG Trailside which is not rare at all, but one heck of a gun and no longer made.



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My 1916 Webley MKIII Pocket. Not to be confused with a 3" MKIV of later manufacture.



Chamelot-Delvigne 1873 for shooting mummies.



Universal Enforcer. What you need if you are joining the Symbionese Liberation Army



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Does it have to be a pistol?


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Eh. I dont have anything special to anyone but me. But i am excited for this thread



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Does it have to be a pistol?


This is an all inclusive, loving thread. Post anything you want!



Jesse

A couple SIGs and a few others
 
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All four of these are rare but the second from the left is one of only two officially imported to the US Market. Its a Beretta 92 Combat (as is the one next to it but it came from Australia).

 
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Got to be PROTO-1 and NJSP P228. Cool







 
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Freedom arms 83 premier grade 454 casull
 
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I have found all seven calibers of the P220. Working on the second set as I am missing the extra 22lr and 10mm for now. I don't think it has ever been done before...



My other Sig is a Steyr...
 
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Freedom arms 83 premier grade 454 casull


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I have found all seven calibers of the P220. Working on the second set as I am missing the extra 22lr and 10mm for now. I don't think it has ever been done before...


Man, all talking and no pics. Not nice. Wink
 
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My 1916 Webley MKIII Pocket. Not to be confused with a 3" MKIV of later manufacture.



Chamelot-Delvigne 1873 for shooting mummies.



Universal Enforcer. What you need if you are joining the Symbionese Liberation Army




That last gun in your pic....We found one in a house we moved into, i thought it was just an m1 carbine somebody had hacked.

Can you tell me some information about that thing?
 
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I have found all seven calibers of the P220. Working on the second set as I am missing the extra 22lr and 10mm for now. I don't think it has ever been done before...


Man, all talking and no pics. Not nice. Wink


I know. I'll have to get some pics out soon. Won't be as good as the Eek you put out on Feb 28 of last year. Wink

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My other Sig is a Steyr...
 
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The "Enforcer" was a commercial M1 Carbine pistol produced from 1963-1984 by Universal Firearms.

Iver Johnson produced similar M1 Carbine pistols from 1978-1991, as did Plainfield from 1977-1978.

They were offered in several different configurations and finishes.

Muzzle flash is... impressive. Accuracy is not.





Inland currently offers a similar pistol, known as the "Advisor": https://www.inland-mfg.com/Inl...guns/M1-Advisor.html



You occasionally see images of actual USGI M1/M2 Carbines cut down in similar configurations during Vietnam, where they were popular with people like convoy drivers, boat crews, and chopper pilots. (Likely more for the "cool factor" than their practicality, considering such a chopped down M2 carbine would be nigh-uncontrollable on full auto, and even a sawed-off M1 Carbine would be of little benefit over a real pistol.)


 
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A WW2 artillery Luger, all matching numbers, with a matching magazine as well.


 
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Chamelot-Delvigne 1873 for shooting mummies


Mine is no where close to that good of a condition.
 
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WWII bring back P38 Walther. Belonged to my grandfather.


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Freedom arms 83 premier grade 454 casull


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I have found all seven calibers of the P220. Working on the second set as I am missing the extra 22lr and 10mm for now. I don't think it has ever been done before...


Man, all talking and no pics. Not nice. Wink


I posted pics at the time.
 
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The weirdest, rarest, and most valuable pistol I own may not be the same thing. I'll have to look in the safe and ponder.

I have a 9mm P220, which is kinda rare in the states.
I have an Automag III which is kinda rare.
I have a S&W 940 which is kinda rare.

I have a Swiss P210-6 which is the most valuable pistol I own.

I'll post some pics, but I've recently transitioned away from the Mac, so it'll be a moment.


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The "Enforcer" was a commercial M1 Carbine pistol produced from 1963-1984 by Universal Firearms.

Iver Johnson produced similar M1 Carbine pistols from 1978-1991, as did Plainfield from 1977-1978.

They were offered in several different configurations and finishes.

Muzzle flash is... impressive. Accuracy is not.





Inland currently offers a similar pistol, known as the "Advisor": https://www.inland-mfg.com/Inl...guns/M1-Advisor.html



You occasionally see images of actual USGI M1/M2 Carbines cut down in similar configurations during Vietnam, where they were popular with people like convoy drivers, boat crews, and chopper pilots. (Likely more for the "cool factor" than their practicality, considering such a chopped down M2 carbine would be nigh-uncontrollable on full auto, and even a sawed-off M1 Carbine would be of little benefit over a real pistol.)




Thank you for that. The one I had was exactly like the top on in the pictures you posted. It didnt have a magazine when we found it.
 
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Browning 10-71. Belgium made with 2 proof marks. Butt ugly pistol that makes a Glock look like a beauty queen. Got it for an obscenely low price because it was locked up tight.
Did I mention it was ugly?


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