I own few unique firearms.
Glock 21SF RTF2
Is the only unicorn I own (handgun).
I did recently purchase a new Dan Wesson 715 and they are very difficult to find in my area.
Win. 9422 with an exhibition grade stock, I believe it was made for a display.
Display had a leather scabbard and a "Winchester" rifle rack.
Dealer parted it out. Unfortunately, I could only afford the rifle the time.
|Too nice for|
my own good
Dreyse 1907 pistol in 32acp.
My COLT WWI 1911 made in 1913
The last two digits on the 5 digit ser# are "45"
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I don't have a picture, but I saw John Browning's prototype of the 1911 at his museum.
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Bac1023 your collection took my breath away several times. Thank you so much for posting them. As for rare I guess I own 2 . A Sig P226S Sport Stock NIB that I am tempted to shoot and a S&W 629-5 2 inch fixed sight revolver.
Not a photo of mine, but have one of these P210 limited edition. Engraved and some gold inlay, they made 210 of them. Someday I'll need to get it out and shoot it.
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They're very difficult to find in ANY area. With CZ/DW only making 400 per year, demand is woefully underserved. Our CZ rep emailed us that they've stopped taking orders for them as they already have over 3 years of producing to do, a couple of those earmarked for our shop (we've had four so far).
Found a 1858 Remington 44 caliber, in Phoenix, used in the Civil war by an officer. I bought this for the investment, because "Original Good Condition" ones are hard to find. Serial numbers verifies when it was issued, and the year it was put into service. I had the box made similar to the original ones issued. I wish that gun could talk, and tell me where its been in the last 159 years !
This one. C. Sharps 1859 Pepperbox
That's pretty freaking cool.
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My Femaru 37M was made in 1942, but I don't know what it's provenance is. It's not Waffen marked, but they were supposed to be real popular with the Luftwaffe pilots.
Nothing like gold plated.....
I've got plenty more. Here's some older stuff.
1936 "S" Code Krieghoff Luger with the capture papers.
1935 S&W Registered Magnum (first year) with factory letter
My hovercraft is full of eels.
Bump for more gun porn.
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