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Save a Lincoln in honor of Presidents' Day. Enter coupon code INSTA5 and get $5 off the Surplus 2017 special edition and then read about -- The "worst service pistol ever designed?" The Japanese Nambu Type 94 might be it (bottom). They Type 14 (top) is also shown.

Save a Lincoln in honor of Presidents' Day. Enter coupon code INSTA5 and get $5 off the Surplus 2017 special edition and then read about -- The "worst service pistol ever designed?" The Japanese Nambu Type 94 might be it (bottom). They Type 14 (top) is also shown.

COLT MATCH TARGET .22 PISTOL: Colt’s redesign of the Match Target in 1938 was designed the “Bullseye” Model and Colt proudly noted that four out of six National matches records in .22 pistol competition in 1939 were made with the new Bullseye. In 1943, as they received orders of these semi-automatic pistols, Ordnance officials began stamping “U.S. Property” on the left side of the receiver, not far away from the rings of the bullseye marked on the barrel.

NRA Museum GUN OF THE DAY – Colt Woodsman - It would be hard to find a better conditioned Colt Match Target pistol than this example in the Robert E. Petersen Gallery, as it still resides in its original cardboard shipping box!

Semiautomatic Pistol, German Mauser K Date Model P08 S42 Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster

Dad brought home one like this from WWll. It was one of my favorite things to play with, when I was allowed. Semiautomatic Pistol, German Mauser K Date Model Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster

The Borchardt C-93 Automatic Pistol. One of the very first automatic pistols. Made in Germany before 1900.

The Borchardt Automatic Pistol. One of the very first automatic pistols. Made in Germany before

13mm Gyrojet pistol. The Gyrojet is a family of unique firearms developed in the 1960s named for the method of gyroscopically stabilizing its projectiles. Rather than inert bullets, Gyrojets fire small rockets called Microjets which have little recoil and do not require a heavy barrel to resist the pressure of the combustion gases. Velocity on leaving the tube was very low, but increased to around 1,250 feet per second (380 m/s) at 30 feet (9.1 m). The result is a very lightweight weapon

The Gyrojet is a family of unique firearms developed in…

Smith & Wesson Model 41 - Even with .22 ammunition getting easier to find, one still needs to locate a good target pistol for competitive shooting practice.  Our GOTD, Smith & Wesson’s Model 41 in .22, was originally introduced in 1957 with a starting serial number of 1401, and the “41” is still going strong. Our nicely blued example M41 has the 7 3/8 barrel with muzzle brake mounted, but a shorter 5 ½ barrel was also available.

Smith & Wesson’s Model 41 in was originally introduced in 1957 with a starting serial number of and the is still going strong. Our nicely blued example has the 7 barrel with muzzle brake mounted, but a shorter 5 ½ barrel was also available.

Hino-Komuro 1908    The Hino-Komuro pistol (sometimes spelled Komura) was developed by a young Japanese inventor named Kumazo Hino, and financed by Tomijiro Komuro in the first decade of the 20th century.   There are only about a half dozen known examples of the Hino-Komuro still existing, and most are in .32ACP caliber, with a couple in 8mm Nambu. Period advertising for the gun indicates that they were offered in other calibers as well (including 5mm and 6.35mm).

Hino-Komuro 1908 The Hino-Komuro pistol (sometimes spelled Komura) was developed…

Mosin Nagant rifle converted into a pistol.

Obrez "pistol" - Russian Civil War-era (due to a shortage of handguns, Mosin-Nagant rifles were converted to pistols.

Borchardt C-93 – The Borchardt pistol was designed by Hugo Borchardt (1844–1921) circa 1893

Borchardt – The Borchardt pistol was designed by Hugo Borchardt circa 1893

Beretta PX4 Storm  A polymer pistol designed and sold by Beretta, it is chambered in 9mm, .40 S and .45 ACP. The polymer frame has reinforcements for added strength, probably a subtle nod to Glock’s blowing up due to owners shooting hand loaded ammo. Not really a fan of the lines of this gun, I would take the older Beretta 92FS over this in a heartbeat.

Beretta Storm A polymer pistol designed and sold by Beretta, it is chambered in S and ACP. The polymer frame has reinforcements for added strength, probably a subtle nod to Glock’s blowing up due to owners shooting hand loaded ammo.

Colt Arms 1911 .45 ACP cutaway

Colt Arms 1911 ACP cutaway my second favorite sidearm and my first ever owned firearm.very accurate and dependable

GUN OF THE DAY – Remington XP-100 Pistol. NRA National Firearms Museums in Fairfax, VA.:

GUN OF THE DAY – Remington Pistol. NRA National Firearms Museums in…---- ---- ---- Actually had one but it disappeared about 9 months after I bought it. Don't know what happened to it. I got no answers from anyone.

WOMEN LOVE THIS HANDGUN! - PISTOL SHOOTS 410 SHOTGUN SHELL SO NO BULLET WILL PENETRATE WALLS AND HARM BABY IN ANOTHER ROOM!

Taurus Judge 410 "Hand Cannon" I don't know if this is a conceal carry firearm but they are good for home security weapons.

qsy-complains-a-lot: “Joalland pistolManufactured by L. Joalland & Cie in Bourges, France c.mid-1850′s - “Pistolet à aiguille système Joalland pour cartouche en papier” - no serial number. .40/10mm...

Louis Joalland Needle-fire pistol - Bourges, France - National Firearms Museum in Fairfax, VA.

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