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K. got herself a new pet. It’s a 1973 Czolt Czobra, in better shape than mine. It will be the perfect companion for her first-gen ČZ 75.

Ok everyone, what is your favorite pistol?

dethchilada:

jennifer-lawrence-fishburne:

titovka-and-bergmutzen:

uss-edsall:

graf-spectre:

hoppes9:

Mine is the Beretta 92FS

Sig 226

Beretta 92FS

Smith and Wesson Model 10

S&W 686

If I had to pick, 1911. That said I own a sigP228 & will probably pick up a 92fs when I get a chance.

I hesitated for a whole second because those days I’m mostly using my SIG P210…

…but my heart belongs to my Beretta 71.

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Can you tell at a glance which one is the P220, which one is the P226 ?

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laurentbelkacem:

Caran d’Ache 849, pile AA/LR06, Victorinox Spartan (91 mm), Glock 17 & Fenix E01 (une pile AAA/LR03), 4/Sevens Quark AA2 Tactical. 

Sometimes, comparaison n’est pas raison.

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laurentbelkacem:

Caran d’Ache 849, pile AA/LR06, Victorinox Spartan (91 mm), Glock 17 & Fenix E01 (une pile AAA/LR03), 4/Sevens Quark AA2 Tactical. 

Sometimes, comparaison n’est pas raison.

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|_| the prettiest pistol ever

|_| the prettiest P210 ever

|_| all of the above

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I almost bought this handsome Bernadelli PO18 compact, a very classical wondernine mechanically borrowing from both SIG P210 and Beretta 92. With magazines easier to find, I probably would have jump the shark because its ergonomics are great (a lot better than my SIG P220, I have to admit, and it got five more cartridges in magazine), its trigger is one of the best I ever tried (both on double and single action), you can carry it in condition one in the way John Browning intended, and it got good reputation both in the realibility and the accuracy areas.

The P.one was also nice, but a bit too big to my taste.

And it was very cheap. But I chose to go full combloc instead.

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German pistol (circa 1870). 10.5 mm caliber, Dreyse needle system. Looks like an early Mateba.

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German pistol (circa 1870). 10.5 mm caliber, Dreyse needle system. Looks like an early Mateba.

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Kuhn pistol, circa 1850-1860, 9mm caliber.