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Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by druryj, Apr 10, 2021.
Old: German Naval Luger.
New: Keltec CP-33
I have a couple that you don't see very often. The top gun is a HK P9S made in 1971. It is rare because all the info I could find said these were not imported until 1972. And I have a Walther P 5 Compact, the only one I have ever seen.
I have an early 20's model German made Lignose Einhand.
It its a semi auto and is cocked by putting a finger in the front of the trigger guard to cycle the action.
The pistol was developed as a self defense pistol in .25 auto for soldiers after WWI that had lost an arm or hand.
Later in WWII it was issued to German General officers to be put into a holster in their hats to be used as a last chance weapon or for suicide prior to capture.
Drury has shot it. At 15 yards he hit a 3" swinger more than once.
It's a very cool little pistol. I bet there's not too many of them around!
I had a Colt Fritz, front trigger is cut away. It now belongs to my friend Gary.
My favorite that I don't own yet is a BFR in 45/70. That's just coooool.
Was yours on the New Service or the Detective Special frame?
I have a couple Randall 1911s Curtis LeMay editions. They were the first company to make entirely stainless steel 1911s. every single part of them except the grip panels are in stainless steel.
Not super unique since its a 1911, but they are pretty rare especially the Curtis LeMay ones
Well, I don't own one. But it's certainly unique...
48 shot revolver
The Enouy percussion revolver was a unique revolver designed by Joseph
Enouy of Middlesex, England.
It was a "transitional" percussion revolver with a large, rotating
wheel attached to the underside of the gun. The wheel has eight spokes,
each with a 6-chambered cylinder attached. The wheel rotates from a
central pivot running from a bracket attached to the underside of the
barrel and the butt.
The design was patented by Joseph Enouy on June 14th, 1855, but there
are no records of it ever being produced and sold commercially, and is
most likely a one-of-a-kind piece.