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#381 pewpew2020

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Posted September 11 2020 - 12:45 AM

My M1911 - Shipped from Colt to the Brooklyn Navy Yard on February 11, 1918.



Very cool piece!!!

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#382 dabassman

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Posted September 12 2020 - 08:46 AM

"Don't post unless you upload a pic of a handgun in your collection."
.....so much for reading the opening post.......lol

Here's an old "Highway Patrolman" S&W 28

That's a beauty, Is it for sale?



#383 BUGZ

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Posted September 12 2020 - 09:51 AM

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#384 Wowzer

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Posted September 14 2020 - 07:22 AM

1913 Bromhandle with bring back papers dated 1945image_zpsy06msqj3.jpeg


An assault pistol! Hurry, run for your lives!!!!

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Posted September 14 2020 - 09:17 AM

An assault pistol! Hurry, run for your lives!!!!

Fixed Magazine... it’s Safe Act Approved!

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Posted September 16 2020 - 06:35 PM

I believe Steve has a Bodyguard, This was a difficult pistol to get during the mid 80'and 90's, three year wait. Seecamp LWS .32 ACP

I now own 2 Seecamps in .32ACP, with Trump Serial #s



#387 NRATC53

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Posted September 16 2020 - 07:29 PM

1913 Bromhandle with bring back papers dated 1945

image_zpsy06msqj3.jpeg

I have a nice shoulder stok w/ harness in a box somewhere if you're interested....probably with those mags I have for you, a holster too


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#388 boosti

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Posted September 17 2020 - 05:07 AM

I now own 2 Seecamps in .32ACP, with Trump Serial #s

I was asked by the PD Chief and Executive Officer to get rid of the Seecamp because it was a “Saturday Night Special” ... I still own it. The models made in the 80’s and early 90’s are more desirable they say.

#389 NRATC53

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Posted September 17 2020 - 01:19 PM

I was asked by the PD Chief and Executive Officer to get rid of the Seecamp because it was a “Saturday Night Special” ... I still own it. The models made in the 80’s and early 90’s are more desirable they say.

A Seecamp a "Saturday Night Special"? Did they have ANY understanding of the term? How about "One of the most compact and reliable handguns for deep cover"?
Not sure if they still do it, but was I think the ONLY handgun SCPD License section would not open to ck Ser#, due to their collectability. Yes, the earlier pistols are more collectible



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Posted September 17 2020 - 04:57 PM

A Seecamp a "Saturday Night Special"? Did they have ANY understanding of the term? How about "One of the most compact and reliable handguns for deep cover"?
Not sure if they still do it, but was I think the ONLY handgun SCPD License section would not open to ck Ser#, due to their collectability. Yes, the earlier pistols are more collectible

The reputation of the Winchester .32 Silvertip had a good street record. It was the little Seecamp that was used in those shootings.
As with any liberal anti gun Police administration. They will prevent certain calibers for off duty or back up use. The Seecamp was definitely not a cheap “Saturday Night Special”... That little Seecamp was my last ditch effort before using my Benchmade knife!
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#391 NRATC53

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Posted September 17 2020 - 07:19 PM

The reputation of the Winchester .32 Silvertip had a good street record. It was the little Seecamp that was used in those shootings.
As with any liberal anti gun Police administration. They will prevent certain calibers for off duty or back up use. The Seecamp was definitely not a cheap “Saturday Night Special”... That little Seecamp was my last ditch effort before using my Benchmade knife!

Absolutely! Only thing close to it being what they said is the finish. Many friends of mine who were OTJ carried one for the same reason you did, and yes, they were ALL loaded w/ Win Silvertips Those guns are TINY compare to anything else, biggest problem I have is it getting lost in my hand



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Posted September 17 2020 - 09:13 PM

I take it that's ideal for appendix carry? :)


You’d get some nice looks from the ladies.





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