Edit: Ooops, this post makes more sense with the pic attached.... Just for fun, and because it is hot enough to keep me inside. (woke up at 5:00AM to 78 degrees and calling for a 108 heat index today) Some classic handguns from the last century in my collection. (in no particular order) Noticeably missing are a Luger, Makarov and Glock and a .44 Mag. I am holding out for an unaltered Russian Mac., A Glock is on my short list, but I may not shell out for the P-08. A .44 mag deal is in the works. The Dryese was a favorite private purchase for German officers in the First World War. The Bodeo served the Italian army for a long time; this particular Bodeo is the oldest known survivor, it was the 85th production gun. The Colt with the lanyard loop served the British Army in an emergency purchase after Dunkirk. The .45ACP revolver is a modern reproduction. The Nagant revolver is a 1915 production, never upgraded and not import marked. The P-38 look alike is a post war P-1 and the Hi-Power is an Argentine made gun. (close enough for shooters) The Smith 65-2, .357 Mag. was one of the standard "cop guns" when I was growing up. What "must have classics" do you see as missing?