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The model 1903 was a semi-automatic pistol manufactured by Colt Firearms in the United States. Used by U.S. servicemen, the M1903 and the later variant M1908 both used a hammer in their function.  The hammer  was unseen, as it lay beneath the slide component; hence the name “Hammerless”. It was a single-action weapon that fired .32 ACP out of an eight round detachable cartridge. Its empty weight was .66 kg (1 ½ lbs.)

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c.1893: Borchardt C-93 semi-automatic pistol, forerunner of the Luger. An ornate, Pimped Out, example with engraving, gold inlay & ivory fittings :: Original designed by Hugo Borchardt (1844–1921) in 1893.

Borchardt semi-automatic pistol, forerunner of the Luger. An ornate, Pimped Out, example with engraving, gold inlay ivory fittings :: Original designed by Hugo Borchardt in

COLT 1911A1 GOVT CUSTOMIZED ENGRAVED NICKEL IVORY GRIPS 45 ACP PISTOL Item: 11375058 | Mobile GunAuction.com-SR

This engraved Colt 1911 looks like one of my toy cap guns from the

Ruby-Type Star M1914 semi-automatic pistol    Manufactured by Garate Anitua (GN), sub-contractor of Star Bonifacio Echeverria, S.A. in Eibar, Spain, c.1914-who the fuck knows. Known by the French army as the Pistolet Automatique Type Star.  .32ACP/7,65mm Browning seven-round magazine, blowback semi-automatic.  One of the many types of pistol France contracted Spain to produce at the outset of WW1 that fell under the blanket term ‘Ruby pistol’,

Ruby-Type Star semi-automatic pistolManufactured by Garate Anitua (GN), sub-contractor of Star Bonifacio Echeverria, S. in Eibar, Spain, the fuck knows. Known by the French army as.

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D Custom Centennial 1911 PistolThis Centennial 1911 .45 auto was completed to commemorate the 100th year of John Browning’s 1911 design (2011). The pistol was hand engraved, and inlayed with gold and silver, and fitted with scrimshawed legal ivory stocks

D Custom Centennial 1911 Pistol? This Centennial 1911 auto was completed to commemorate the year of John Browning’s 1911 design The pistol was hand engraved, and inlayed with gold and silver, and fitted with scrimshawed legal ivory stock

Colt M1903 Pocket Hammer - 1911Forum Loading that magazine is a pain! Excellent loader available for your handgun Get your Magazine speedloader today! http://www.amazon.com/shops/raeind

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The Frommer Stop is a Hungarian long-recoil pistol manufactured by Fémáru-, Fegyver és Gépgyár (FÉG) [Metalware, Weapons and Machine Factory] in Budapest. It was designed by Rudolf Frommer, and its original design was adopted as the Pisztoly 12M in 1912, created for the Honvédség. The handgun was manufactured in various forms from 1912-1945 and used in the Hungarian Armed Forces. 7 rounds detachable mag. Cal . 7.65 ( 32ACP) or 9 short (380 ACP).

The Frommer or the Frommer Stop, was a semi-automatic pistol of Hungarian origin. It was chambered in ACP) fed from a seven-round detachable magazine. A few variants existed, although the one most used during the First World War by German forces was the

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