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Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by druryj, Apr 10, 2021.
Had one for sale last year!!
I have two of these.
NOTICE: I AM NOT going to be at Big Boys tomorrow, I have been invited to shoot at an outdoor range tomorrow and well, you know how it is! Imma get some sunshine while making things go boom!
Tomorrow ain't Tuesday!!!
Yep should have bought it
I have the Rodney Dangerfield of Colt Revolvers ( I think I posted this before !!!!).
Colt Police Positive Special; Caliber: .38 Special; The Colt Database reads mine was made in 1977; pretty accurate; looks like a 4” barrel Detective Special.
It is right there with my Retail Priced $168 (has the Wal-Mart orange price sticker on the box) Colt Agent.
I've got a Beretta 70s, bought it about 10 years ago.
One of my first autos was a 70s .380acp. That little thing would certainly bite you if you weren't careful!
First firearm I owned was a Beretta 70S in .380 ACP -- Now I have them in .22LR and .380 ACP -- should of never sold the first one -- but the one I have now is better !!!!!
My favorite 'production' unique handgun is the same as @RickN, the Webley-Fosbery semi auto. I'll probably never see one outside of a museum, but that thing has always been at the top of my weird/unique handguns I'd like to have.
If were talking any handgun, even if they are one of a kind guns, I'd have to say it'd be the Cabot Meteorite pair of 1911's. A pair or LH and RH 1911's known as the 'Big Bang Set'. Bimetal support only to the frame/slide rails, hammer, guide rod and extractor. A few steel parts, such as the barrel, springs, and pins. All of the other components are crafted from a single meteorite. $4.5 million takes them home.