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My P210 got a new dress : a vintage Nill pair of walnut grips, with a kitschy Swiss enamel coat-of-arms probably set by the former owner. I’ve got it for a steal (about five times less than retail price) and I really like the fact they are used, they compliment nicely the light wear of the metal).

Please note that I only put back the loaded magazine for the gripless pictures (in order to highlight them with the brass of the cartridges), all maintenance manipulations were done with a checked, unloaded weapon.

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laurentbelkacem:

Bruegger & Thomet TP9

A Steyr is born.

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K. got a new gun and she was kind enough to sent me some pics of her as-new first-gen CZ 75 (in in classical, mythical, jeff-cooperian glory – I found some strips from Gunsmith Cats manga to illustrate it). 

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I was very conservative the day I chose to buy my CZ 75, but this HK P9S was one of the alternative I seriously thought of.

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Beretta 71 (.22 LR), CZ 75 Compact and SIG 75/95 (P220), both in 9×19. I’m still looking for a Manurhin PP, a FN GP35 and a SIG P210 and my collection will be complete.

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Beretta 71 (.22 LR), CZ 75 Compact and SIG 75/95 (P220), both in 9×19. I’m still looking for a Manurhin PP, a FN GP35 and a SIG P210 and my collection will be complete.

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9×19, .22 LR, .22 Magnum.

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Austria, Italia, Germany/Switzerland. I’m lacking a HP35, a Manurhin and a CZ to complete the picture. [guns]