Post a picture of your C&R firearms

Discussion in 'Curio & Relic Discussion' started by SGT-MILLER, Mar 27, 2009.

  1. SGT-MILLER

    SGT-MILLER New Member

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    Here's my "Izzy" M91/30 manufactured in 1942 to start things off.

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  2. Jesse17

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    I was just about to start a new thread when I saw this one. Perfect timing.

    Can anyone tell me what Make/Model this gun is? My dad had it hanging on the wall my whole life, and it's been mine for a few years now, but I have no idea who even made it.

    It's .38 cal. The only markings I can find on it are on the very top of the frame, right over the cylinder. It says "The American Double Action".

    The above mentioned markings makes me think it might be a reproduction or something.

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  3. c3shooter

    c3shooter Administrator Staff Member

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    Here are a few- and one of Lola- The Class III Kitten- demonstrating difference between cover and concealment.

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  4. sbc1320

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    This is a twin in condition and same year as one I got rid of about 2 years ago. It is made in 1928.
     

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  5. c3shooter

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    Nice! 1903 .32? Fun plinker w/ handloads using single pellet of 0 buckshot.
     
  6. sbc1320

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    Yes C3 (Thanks) it is a 1903 32 auto. These are some fantastic shooting and highly accurate little shooters. My favorite handgun. I haven't got this yet as it is in the mail or will be. It will be resting alongside of my other Colt (Combat Elite - 45).
     
  7. c3shooter

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    Gun show find! Today- 5 minutes before show closed- a fairly minty Marlin 39A, from 1954. Rest of the show was a drag- only found 3 Mossbergs, and 2 of those were basket cases, but this one makes up for it. And oh, the shame and the horror- I even talked the dealer down $50, since he could transfer directly to my FFL, minimal paperwork for him. :D

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