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Certainly some nice stuff posted so far...

Here are a few of mine...

First, a SIG M49 that belonged to the Danish army, likely made in the early 1950s...





Then there is the new SIG 210 made in the U.S. 'Standard Target' model...





This P210 came from the Swiss Army...





Another old gun I like a lot is this Styer M1912 made in 1914...





This Colt's model of 1905 45 rimless smokeless is one of my fav pistols...





Finally, this Colt's government model is an early one... likely late 1912 or early 1913... first year of commercial production for the government mode, which was simply a commercial 1911.




FWIW

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Only steel handguns currently



and my Boom Stick




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My German steel:


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Great photo, Z06!
 
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Picked up this classic "Hardball" conversion by Clark at a local gunshow not long ago.



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Some things might not be "practical" in today's world of polymer, but I still appreciate well designed and executed examples of working steel:



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One thing I like about old school pistols like those of the 1911 design, is that they can be personalized with nice wood grips. My Nighthawk Custom T-3 with stocks from Griff's Grips:



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Colt Python (Factory 3" barrel) with custom stocks of ebony by Fuzzy Farrant. Definitely "Old School."



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Last pic is my Ruger Bisley Superblackhawk with some real nice French Walnut stocks by Roy Fishpaw.



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You want steel, how about 2.5 pounds of .45 Auto? S&W 4505
 
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My other Sig is a Steyr...
 
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Colt Government accurized by James Clark back in the '60s.


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CZ Tactical Sports Orange.



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An old (style) and new 45. Both all steel except for the stocks.









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Picked up this classic "Hardball" conversion by Clark at a local gunshow not long ago.

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