WHAT THE WHAT??
RHMC24, that is THE most bizarre thing I have ever seen. And, just like everyone here, Ive looked at ALOT of guns over decades.
Congrats on its ownership.
"Drop your gun belt....and go away."~ Wyatt Earp
The size of Smith & Wesson .38 Special revolvers in the 1950s. Top to bottom: N-Frame Heavy Duty, K-Frame Military & Police, and J-Frame Chiefs Special.
Just picked up the big Heavy Duty last weekend.
I just bought this two days ago as a birthday present for me...$800 which included the three magazines and a 140 round Battle Pack of South African 7.62.
Under the trap in the butt, still wrapped in oiled paper is a canvas pouch with cleaning rod, oiler/bottle, multi-tool, and chamber brush. They had never seen the light of day. The magazines are Chinese and are devoid of any markings.
Here's the Springfield M1A that I traded into last year:
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Holdin - here's my Auto-Ordnance; the "next" generation, made by Kahr Arms (aka the family of the Rev. Sun Yung Moon)
The target was shot at 10 yards (I know, not a real fighting chance for the paper) however it was the first trip to the range and I wanted to make sure the gun functions. As you can see...it works; no failures whatsoever. For the price it is a very reasonable looking facsimile of a US GI 1911A1. Without the rattle!
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Here's the same Smith & Wesson Heavy Duty seen above, only with its newly acquired stocks proper to the era in which it was manufactured.
Rock Island 10mm:
for those feral hogs seen along the way to work...
"Low End Accumulator.........Ships aren't built for harbours, & guns aren't built for safes"
WWII Spanish/German Astra 300
Found this hidden gem at my local gun shop today. It wasn't until I got home the I found the WaffenAmt signifying German Acceptance.
Astra 300 chambered in .380; barrel marked 9mm/.380. Spanish proof marks indicate 1943 manufacture. Priced so ridiculously low you wouldn't believe me.