The ancestors of the glorious SIG P210/P.49 of Swiss Army – two prototypes by SIG and W+F Bern at Forgotten Weapons. The W+F prototype has a distinct FN GP/HP 35 feel, while the SIG-Neuhausen’s looks like an overgrown MAS 35A.
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).
Tactical mousegun : Mauser Siderlatch Special with WESPI system. Caliber .25 ACP. I love the tiny skull logo.
The battery-powered WESPI electric searchlight sight, shown mounted on a Mauser Siderlatch Special. The long tube proects a beam of light at the center of which is a dark focused spot, or dot. The sight is adjusted so the dot and the pistol’s point of impact intersect. Sort of a reverse laser/red dot scope concept.
The tiny Glock 42 in 9mm Court. I really like it. I can’t wait for a single-column Glock 19-sized model in 9mm Parabellum, and with a rounded-triggerguard, please – Eighties are over. And yeah, I know I just described -what is mostly a S&W M&P SHIELD (which is a fine gun, but I’m more into European guns).