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    Two 1903 Model M's. 1905 blue "BROWNING'S PATENT" and 1922 nickel



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    I "Got" a couple...

    Left is 1908 Hammerless .380 (#35506-1920) and right is 1903 Hammerless .32 (#284262-1918)

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    Quote Originally Posted by duckhunter View Post


    My contribution to the thread, a 1903 Browning Patent Type 1, 1903 Type 2, and a Colt 1908. I love them all.


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    Fabulously beautiful guns fellas! The Outdoor Channel's "Gun Stories with Joe Montegna" is now in its new season and ran this week's episode, Colt 1903 & 1908. Excellent commentary and shooting portion!
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    A quick snap of my two honeys... first pic together I think.

    Top gun is Type II (barrel bushing and high polish finish) .380 #4936 (1910 vintage) - a gift from my stepfather in 2015. This was the first handgun I ever shot and is the last I would give up.

    Bottom gun is Type III (1922) .380 #59623 - my shooter - and it is a sweet one. Extremely accurate with my mild handloads at 25 yards and puts the brass in a small pile nearby. You couldn't ask for a better all around shooter IMHO - hard to believe it's 95 years old!

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    I have one 1908M and one 1908 .25 auto left Ei8ht - and you aren't getting them!


    I got this package from Kid Sopris years ago. It has been professionally refinished; and is a great shooter. Now you know, Ei8ht, where that holster I gifted you came from! It was shipped to Von Lengerke & Antoine in Chicago. Here's another photo of it. The medals and ribbons are mine; not really impressive, but document my 30 years in the service.



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    Best holster ever.....
    When can I get your M1908?
    It is amazing, it would look great in my accumulation...

    Wowee all good stuff!
    I really like the type II 380 bushing hammerless..
    Who said a beat up old hag of a pistol was not beautiful .....






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    A Humble Few

    Here's a humble few of mine........................
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    Bigfifty, love those grips your M's are wearing!!!^^^^
    Excellent display!!


    Here is one with the Deluxe Grips
    M1903 199594 1916



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