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    As used in the Falklands, an Argentine Air Force Ballester-Molina and an Argentine Air Force Colt 1927 Model. The 1927 was built on Colt machinery and under license from Colt. Very low numbers of both guns were made for the Argentine Air Force. Also shown are Argentine Air Force Wings.
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    I will take a shot at this . My two favorite 9mm's. A Colt series 70 Government Model and a Radom.


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    The Older and the Younger gang with their leader!IMG_20180120_085548_hdr.jpgclockwise 1st gen 45 colt, 38/44 new model 3 target, ruger 44 mag, and navy arms 38 colt conversion

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    Colt .22 Police Positive head knocker and S&W .32 Top Break DA lemon squeezer.
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    This is my first entry into the photo contest, shown is my first Python, the first engraving job I contracted, A Smith and Wesson model 19, the first revolver I ever purchased. my first Ruger three screw, and my first Colt SAA in 45. Kind of nice to see them all together. Holster by Wyatt Burp.

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    The Original Dirty Harry

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    24 hours left to enter your image! Voting will begin @ 8:00 PM Monday 1/22.

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    "Forty Niners" Self Defense in the California Gold Rush

    Typical arms used by the "Forty Niners" in the California Gold Rush 1849 to 1855. Displayed are Colt Baby Dragoon 1848, Colt 1851 Second Model 1850, Allen & Thurber Pepperbox 1849, Derringer Wurfflein, Philadelphia ca 1849, and two handmade knives ca 1850. Typically at least two of these items would be carried by a "Forty Niner"

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    No more entries please and LET THE VOTING BEGIN!
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