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    How about some .22s in this thread?

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    What's the details in the bottom one? I've always thought taking a woodsman with a less than appealing barrel and cutting it down for a silencer would be a fun project.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dennis.gibson View Post
    What's the details in the bottom one? I've always thought taking a woodsman with a less than appealing barrel and cutting it down for a silencer would be a fun project.
    It's a supressed gun made for the OSS during WWII.
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    One of the few Match Targets delivered to the US Navy in WW2:
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    And a US Property H-S Model B like above:
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    On the FN front, an early non-slotted WaA613 BHP …
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    and WaA613 9mmK FN1922 assembled from parts on the bench when the Germans captured the factory.

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    Smith and Wesson Pre-Victory which stayed stateside.







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    on the opposite end of the scale, one of those "it seemed like a good idea at the time, but..." guns, the FP-45 Liberator.
    so ugly it's actually kind of cool, with an interesting back-story... "The Liberator Pistol" by Ralph Hagan is a good ref to have in your library.
    The craftsmanship, attention to detail, and fit-n-finish is simply stunning.

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    I have a liberator in the safe. It would take a leap of faith to fire one of those things. The breech looks like an accident waiting to happen.
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    Pair of " Million Series" PPK's and a Early PPK with holster








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    Not very often seen, an early German occupation example of the French Unique Model 17.







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