The name that gun game...

Discussion in 'Curio & Relic Discussion' started by MoreAltitude, Nov 19, 2012.

  1. MoreAltitude

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    Took a bunch of pictures tonight, thought some of you might get stumped on this one. Maybe not, but lets see...
     

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  2. MoreAltitude

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    Another.....
     

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  3. MoreAltitude

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  4. trip286

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    I want one. Maybe in a different caliber, even .22, just for availability's sake, but .38 would be cool.
     
  5. Cattledog

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    Not even a warm up huh? just divin right into the gold round.

    MMmmm. I havent a dam clue. Marston? Sharps?

    completely impractical?
     
  6. trip286

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    Didn't they used to make a "parlor pistol" similar to that, that was fired with a primer only? Much shorter barrel?

    I think I can make one...
     
  7. nitestalker

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    That is a Stevens Mdl. 35 Off Hand Target Pistol. This pistols differs from the other Stevens Tip-Ups by its removable side plate.:)
     
  8. MoreAltitude

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    Damn night stalker!!! You the man!

    In more detail: J Stevens & co. "Pocket rifle" Chicopee Falls, Mass.

    Correctly called a pocket rifle they are also known as a bicycle rifle, seeing as you could attach them to your turn of the century bike and score u a nice rabbit or whatever on your way home for dinner. Not in the pic is the metal stock " basically a formed metal wire piece" that attaches to the butt, that can be viewed by some as making it a short barreled rifle and thus illegal.
     
  9. MoreAltitude

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    Ok round 2:
     

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  10. Marlinman

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    Its a schoffield of some sort I think. 38 lightning maybe?
     
  11. MoreAltitude

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    Hint: if you wanted to reload this pistol, you would have to turn the barrel to the side as seen in picture 1
     
  12. c3shooter

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    Merwin & Hulbert. Unique action for unloading. Unsure of which model. Caliber is .38 M&H.
     
  13. MoreAltitude

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    You got it c3, nice!
     

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  14. MoreAltitude

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    C3 you also get moved to top of the class ;-)
     
  15. MoreAltitude

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    , I goofed! 1st pic is a mess up, 2nd is the barrel of the M & H

    I could keep going with more pistols and such, but it looks like we have some great historians out there who are probably sitting there laughing at me saying, " this is too easy" ;-)
     

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  16. trip286

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    C3 is the professor!

    I recognized the Merwin Hulbert from another thread similar to this one.

    Keep going!
     
  17. johnr43

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    What is This One

    Sadly I have no magazine for this (.25 cal.)
     

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  18. collector_rob

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  19. MoreAltitude

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    I'll see your .25, and raise you a .32...?????
     

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  20. trip286

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    On that .32, is that a grip safety on the frontstrap?