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Old 08-17-2013, 12:44 AM   #1
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Just shot my son's Remington Model 51 380 pistol. These are great little guns. Tried it with a couple kinds of ammo with no malfunctions. Quite accurate(if your eyes are good enough to see the small sights). I have always liked the sleek design of these guns. This one was made in 1925 if I remember correctly.



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Old 08-17-2013, 01:00 AM   #2
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Nice. It is a very sleek design. If that thing could talk the stories would be great.



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They are pretty nice little pistols. I never liked the sights much but understand their design and they do shoot well.

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The Browning copies were neat firearms.

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Just shot my son's Remington Model 51 380 pistol. These are great little guns. Tried it with a couple kinds of ammo with no malfunctions. Quite accurate(if your eyes are good enough to see the small sights). I have always liked the sleek design of these guns. This one was made in 1925 if I remember correctly.
Neat little gun. Looks like its in good shape too, despite its age.
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Very cool....



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