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    Show us your .25 ACP pistols !!

    C’mon..... I know you have them!! No point in being in denial about it! 😉

    I find myself down to one.

    James Bond’s weapon of choice.... a Beretta Model 418. My is post 1958 and designated as the (Are you ready for this??!!) “PANTHER”.

    It really is a fun and reliable little pistol!

    OK. Let’s see what is hiding in your sock drawer!

    Best,
    Charles
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    WANTED: Police & Company issued revolvers!!!!

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    This is the only one I have. My brother and I found it in a gun rug under the front seat of Dad's car a year or so after he died in '91 and Mom was finally ready to begin parting with stuff. We have no idea when or where he got it.

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    Here's my Walther Model 8 with a PPK/s; not pretty but it shoots!



    Beretta Model 1919:



    Pair 'O' Colts:



    Schmeisser Model #1 made by Haenal and Sons; a German Export Gun between WWI and WWII. Its drawn blood; mine! Having 6 pins in my left index finger hurt more then the FMJ round going through my finger! Before you all gasp - I think I posted about this on ColtForum about 5 years ago! This gun is a copy of the Colt 1908 (and the early Baby Brownings). The magazines are inner-changeable; as is the barrel although I'd never shoot it with a Colt barrel in the gun...

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    Well, you've got me here, I do have a .25 ACP pistol. This Mauser Model 1910 was brought back from WW II by my late brother:



    When my brother knew death was near, he gave the pistol to his son. When my nephew knew death was near, he gave the gun to me.

    This is the first pistol I ever shot, and one cartridge from that box became the first cartridge in my cartridge collection.

    Bob Wright

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    I think this is my favorite .25: Steyr-Pieper 1909. Cute as a button.
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    Gun repair and restoration

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    Here's a couple of pics of a pair of Colt 1908 vest pockets and an Astra cub. The last pic is a Colt 1903 with a Colt 1908


 
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