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    Others have shown similar models but what the heck here are my 7.65/.32's
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    Only 32 Auto we have is the wife's. I have the 1908 .380.

    Moms 1903 1 (1).jpgMoms 1903 2(2).jpgMoms 1903 3 (3).jpgMoms 1903 4 (4).jpg
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    Another early 7.65/.32 i like to shoot
    is this Browning FN 1900.
    Makes me feel like part of history....
    DSCF2600.jpgDSCF2595.jpgFN 1900 118923 3.jpg

    A $200 gun show find many years ago...



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    The only .32 pistol I have...used to have a Seecamp .32 though.
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    Both of these were gifts and function largely as holster models.
    The Savage was my father in law’s bedside gun, I retrieved it, fully loaded and chambered, from his safety deposit box after he died. An attorney and friend gave me the Colt.
    The .32 autos were always very popular according to the number of vintage holsters I run into made for them- both foreign & US made guns.
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    A pair of Audley holsters.

    One of my favorite holsters, an O. Ball holster.

    A little Heiser made holster molded to the Savage it held.

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    Remington Model 51
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    .32s anyone?
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    Colt 1903 .32 made in 1940

    Savage model 1907 .32 Presented to a member of the 1912 U.S. Olympic Pistol Shooting Team



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    A man does not live by Colt hammerless alone...
    A pair of 32's I like, a FN M1910 and a Remington Model 51
    They are both hammerless as well



    A Remington Model 51 in 32 and 380 Cal...







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    I tried again today to get a better pic. still not to good. I think I might need a new camera, or is it possible it's me ?
    My 1935 PPK 7.65 [.32] #858047.
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