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That CZ is super nice. I like the simple old school lines. But .375 in that svelte little thing. I'm gonna have to open up a can of NOPE and go back to my beloved CZ 452s Smile


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Steel and Wood? Okee dokey!

















 
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British made Webley Tempest .22 cal. I bought this at Dr. Robert Beeman's store in Santa Rosa, CA. He personally installed the rosewood target stocks and the trigger shoe before I left. WA pigeons feared this pistol.



Russian .177: IZH-46 (pre M) - bought in 2000


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Late to the party. Navy Arms Schofield in 45 colt.

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Below. Preserved



Below. A Toyota, AK47 and photographer has beard.



Below. Marlin Camp 9



Below. Revolver needs wood grips.



Below. Redwood burl handle.



Below. Black Powder.



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That National Match is the single most beautiful Colt I've ever seen. I was hoping you would post it again mm6. Such a fine pistol.
 
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1861 Navy .36 - cut for shoulder stock
...and in my desktop display with knife & friend:

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A Colt Shooting Master in .357 caliber with King Rib and Ropers grips.
 
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upper: 38 M&P 2" - shipped: November 1947
lower: 38 M&P 2" (model 64-2) - shipped: September 1981


66-1 • 2.5" • pinned & recessed • Shipped: April 1981

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A Colt Officer's Heavy Barrel Target in .32; one of around 900 made in the late 1930s.
 
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Replica 1860 Colt
 
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