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Posted in thread: Blessed Again! on 07-10-2014 at 02:02 AM
I believe it is a 'Second Change', as the extractor star has the two pin arrangement. Thank you
sir for that bit of information.
Posted in thread: Blessed Again! on 06-23-2014 at 01:02 AM
This one goes into my 'cop gun' collection (a rather wide selection of double action revolvers
of the 20th Century). This one is a Smith & Wesson 1905 Hand Ejector, Third Model, Second
Change in calib...
Posted in thread: 9mm questions..? on 06-23-2014 at 12:50 AM
The 1934 Beretta is one of the finest of the 'pocket automatic' type pistols of the era. This,
notwithstanding they were designed and issued as a belt holster pistol for a modern (World War
II era) Ar...
Posted in thread: Good show, Bad show? Thats up to you? on 05-23-2014 at 10:08 PM
I enjoy all the guns shows I attend. I used to go to shows in PDSR California when I lived
there and enjoyed them. I am now retired and moved to Nebraska and I'm enjoying them here.New
guns have littl...
Posted in thread: Another Colt 1903 pistol on 05-23-2014 at 09:23 PM
Those are dandy little pistols... other than the cartridge...They are really neat little
pistols and no, they are not elephant nor man stoppers - at least not in the popular sense.
Perhaps some day wh...
Posted in thread: Interesting Gun Store Employee on 05-11-2014 at 04:18 AM
Here in Ohio, a guy was making a joke on his convenience store cashier girlfriend and said
"Gimmee all your money or your dead!" And had three people draw on him. :eek: I was there and I
didn't draw, ...
Posted in thread: Pistol stance. on 05-11-2014 at 03:50 AM
Grip: One cannot control a handgun without a strong and correct grip on the handgun. However,
correct and strong grip does not happen by accident. One must learn how to apply and maintain a
grip. So t...
Posted in thread: Another Colt 1903 pistol on 05-11-2014 at 01:21 AM
For my 'Art Deco' .32 ACP collection.Found and obtained at local gunshow. Not bad shape,
considering. Full report being prepared for purview on my blog. Spoiler alert: It shoots to the
Posted in thread: Remington model 1902 rolling block on 04-28-2014 at 04:11 AM
I had a Mexican rolling block several winters ago. As it was primarily issued to 'Rurales' -
the 'rural' and therefore non-regular troops in some senses of the word - the rifles were
intended to be sh...
Posted in thread: French WWII handgun please help with info on 03-12-2014 at 07:40 PM
I have an MAB model D. It is essentially the same internal design, but a trifle larger and was
issued as a holster sidearm to French national law enforcement following the war. (The type was