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Discussion in 'Other Guns' started by FOUR4D4, Jul 28, 2015.
Lets have a handgun picture thread, here is my first handgun
SW99 in 45acp
Here is my latest one,Desert Eagle 44 mag with muzzle brake.
One of my favorites is this T/C G2 Contender. This is with the 35 Rem. ported barrel and Bushnell 2-6x scope and the new Pachmayr clothes.
Just for grins and giggles, I'll add a couple.
A S&W Airweight and a 9mm Star Fire.
Ok, I'll play as well:
1943 Russian Tula M1895 Nagant Pistol:
1918 Colt Pre-Woodsman 1st Series .22:
Close up of the Beretta Centurion in the lower left of my four Beretta photo. Wilson short reach trigger and low profile single sided decocker/safety, D spring, Wolff INS version trigger spring, Beretta factory oversize mag release and Beretta low profile aluminum grips. Can't really tell from this picture but the slide is ceracoked OD green. My brother had the ceracoke done, this was his duty gun when he was on the street.
As you can see, this photo is from ARMSLIST. However, it is an exact likeness for a Savage 1908 that I once owned. I referenced the serial number and it was manufactured in 1912. It is still in the family because it was passed on to my son-in-law. Really neat ole pistol. Chambered in 32 acp. Although it was somewhat ahead of it's time, it wasn't all that accurate. Plenty good for self defense thus the reason for passing it on.
squirrelhunter; You're a bad, bad influence. The photo of the T/C G2 has sparked the desire to buy a set of grips and a pistol barrel for my T/C G1 Carbine. Naughty, naughty. Time will tell but I'm checking the internet for prices.
The reason I bought the Contender was because it was pretty with the Tiger Maple Stock plus the fact that I regretted selling 2 Contender Pistols back in the late 70's. I had 2 Contender frames with different grips & 6 different barrels. Actually, I had harvested a deer in Pa. with the 30-30 barrel. Great memory.
Squirrelhunter a handgun in 35REM,AWESOME
I love it,I've shot quite a few deer with it,none went far if anywhere. Most dropped where they were or only after a few steps. The furthest one went about 20 yards.
I've got 2 frames,1 for rifle and 1 for pistol,just to make sure everything's good legally . I've got 3 rifle barrels,1 in 45 cal. muzzleloading,and right now just 2 pistol barrels,I sold a couple several years ago. I love the versatility and would like to get another pistol barrel in either 7-30 waters or maybe 1 in a JDJ caliber.
Here's my H & R .22lr/.22 mag combo revolver.
My Ruger SR40c with laser sight.
My Bersa Thunder .380 with Crimpson Trace laser grip. It's a little dusty from being in my ankle holster.
I enjoyed my 30-30 Contender. It was a 10" barrel. The recoil was tolerable but most of all was the muzzle flash and the way the ground trembled under foot when it went off. Impressive to say the least.
For now, I'm looking at a grip & forearm combo. Will most likely go for a 44 mag. barrel to complement my Browning mod. 92. Don't need to add another/different cartridge to my inventory. Another cartridge would require another set of Dies, bullets, powder yada, yada, yada. Gotta draw the line somewhere. Gonna hold off for awhile. Too many medical, prescription & dental bills right now.
That's the reason I haven't gotten the barrels yet,money for it and all the reloading stuff. Seems like every time I turn around I'm buying more stuff. Other than the 44 mag rifle barrel I got for it last,about all the guns I've gotten in the last 10 years or so required getting new dies and everything else. Besides,I don't really need a 7-30 Waters,the 35 Rem. does great,just thought it would be nice to have more choices,as if 4 isn't enough.
1952 Romanian Tokarev 7.62X25mm:
Wife bought this a few years ago at a gun show