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This is may be the rarest S&W made in the 20th century...

One of only 36 Model 10-13 revolvers made by S&W about 20 years ago...




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A few years back a vendor who deals in top quality and rare items had a gyrojet. You don't see many of them and even more rare was the few rounds of ammo he had on hand.


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Let us not forget, one of the rarest, scarcest, least known SIGs is the all stainless steel P220 Compact. Produced in late 2009, this model was never cataloged (AFAIK) and was a special ordered run of unknown quantity by a western sporting goods chain. Although I no longer own it, mine was purchased over the phone from a store in Utah. As I recall, 14 of these were owned by SIGforum members.



 
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I have a pre B CZ75 with no import markings. Not valuble but just a bit unusual.


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Probably the only pistol that I have which would qualify. One of an estimated 211-220 M9's manufactured on behalf of the U.S. Army Reserve Marksmanship Shooting Team:







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P210 Legend; P220 - 9mm (JD, KH); P226 (JP226); P226 Legion SAO; SP2022 - 9mm
 
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Let us not forget, one of the rarest, scarcest, least known SIGs is the all stainless steel P220 Compact. Produced in late 2009, this model was never cataloged (AFAIK) and was a special ordered run of unknown quantity by a western sporting goods chain. Although I no longer own it, mine was purchased over the phone from a store in Utah. As I recall, 14 of these were owned by SIGforum members.






Not forgotten. I sold mine as well. Rare it was, versatile as well, it could have been used to anchor a small boat. Been told the magic number was...40.

 
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My Dad bought this Colt Jr. .22 short many years ago. The box is marked $39.50.
 
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JK red box P228 is relatively common, but KA red box Herndon P228 is something you don't see everyday.





 
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This Tula Korovin Pistol chambered in 25 auto. First Soviet produced semi auto. They are actually pretty rare here in the U.S.



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1973 Browning Stockslot Capitan {reg'd SBR}:





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This right here is a thing of beauty. Saw one on GB a bit ago and wanted it, just wasn't in the cards. One will be mine someday!

As to mine, a Colt Huntsman "Double S". NIB. Don't have a picture right now, but my father bought it, tossed it in a footlocker, and has been moved around the past 40 years. Box is a little beat up, but never fired. Gave it to me last year.


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Let us not forget, one of the rarest, scarcest, least known SIGs is the all stainless steel P220 Compact. Produced in late 2009, this model was never cataloged (AFAIK) and was a special ordered run of unknown quantity by a western sporting goods chain. Although I no longer own it, mine was purchased over the phone from a store in Utah. As I recall, 14 of these were owned by SIGforum members.



 
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I have a pre B CZ75 with no import markings. Not valuble but just a bit unusual.


Have one of those too. Decent condition, barely shot. Freaking laser.
I'm pretty sure it was carried a lot as its worn good but it shoots great.


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Sig P220 European in .38 Super
 
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I have a very lightly used pre Model 27 in all its '50s era glory.

And for unusual, a Merwin Hulbert 44-40 with ivory grips. It is too worn to be safe.




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This is the rarest gun I own, a first year Colt Python .357 Magnum revolver. The 45th one made by Colt and still in nice original condition. Only 300 Pythons were manufactured in 1955.





 
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I have a pre B CZ75 with no import markings. Not valuble but just a bit unusual.


Have one of those too. Decent condition, barely shot. Freaking laser.
I'm pretty sure it was carried a lot as its worn good but it shoots great.


There is no way a pistol with combat tolerances should be this accurate, but it is. It's almost freaky. I suspect the lack of import marking is because it was a USGI bring back from a tour in Europe. U.S. troops were alowed to import their firearms with their personal possessions and skip the whole ATF import stamp thing.


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This thread is so full of win!


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I know longer own it. But I did own a 1938 Ballester Rigaud, it is/was the precurser to the Ballester Molina, which is a .45 government sized pistol made in Argentina patterned off of the 1911, I think it had 8 parts that differed, but pretty much was a 1911.
 
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Here's a photo of my Sig P239 9mm with a safety on the rail. I've posted the photo before and it seems it's a rarely seen item. I checked with Sig regarding the provenance. It was built in 1996, Germany, and their records don't go back that far (per their reply). Some thought that it was made for police use overseas.

 
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