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I’m a bit old school – je suis un peu vieux jeu.

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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.

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Brought home two new friends from Lausanne Gun Show. Can you guess their brand and name ?

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FB MAG 98, a variant of the MAG 95 with an aluminium frame. Designed by Marian Gryszkiewicz, it seems it lost the Polish Army procurement competition for being a little bit too heavy, and they chose instead what seems to be the horrific love child of a Colt All-American 2000 and a Hi-Point JHP, the WIST-94.

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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r3druger reblogged your photo and added :

Where’s the mag release for the P220?

At the heel of the pistol grip (which  is the correct location for a service pistol).

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

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Wood & style : two Browning-system 9mm pistols, the manual-safety, single action, double-column magazine, rounded triggerguard FN GP 35 and the decocker-only, double action, single-column magazine, squared triggerguard SIG P220 (Swiss Army Pistolet 75). It’s not gun porn when it’s art.

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Pistole 37(u)