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    9 mm semi automatic pistols

    In Europe, the 9 mm semi automatic pistol has been a prominent feature in police, military and private shooters and collectors for a very long time.

    So living in Switzerland I have naturally acquired a few over the years, and since all the range are closed I thought I’ll post a few pics here

    Beretta 92 F - 1986





    Beretta 92 FS - 1993





    Beretta 92 Combat - 2001





    Colt GM Mark IV series 70 - 1979





    CZ 75 - 1986





    FN GP 35 - 1952





    FN GP 35 capitan - 1979





    Glock 17 - 2008





    HK P7 M8 - 1986





    HK P7 M13 - 1998





    SIG P210-1 army - 1949





    SIG P210-2 army - 1956





    SIG P210-4 BGS - 1951





    SIG P210-6 - 1985





    Walther P38 - 1977






    Obviously there are quite a few I’d still like to get, a Mauser C96 red nine, a German Luger etc..

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    Very nice. The CZ-75 is a favorite of mine. The P210 merely a dream. How about two versions of the Hi-Power, one made by FEG in Hungary and one made in Canada by a builder of washing machines. S&W's Model 39-2 and Metropolitan Police, District of Columbia marked Glock 17. I can only hope that DC authorities had to sell surplus police pistols to raise money to pay Alan Gura's legal fees.
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    All beautiful 9's. This one now qualifies as a 9mm after receiving a conversion slide, now what happened to all the inexpensive 9mm ammunition? Glad I purchased a couple thousand rounds months ago, prices will return before exhausting my stash!

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    Quote Originally Posted by old tanker View Post
    Very nice. The CZ-75 is a favorite of mine. The P210 merely a dream. How about two versions of the Hi-Power, one made by FEG in Hungary and one made in Canada by a builder of washing machines. S&W's Model 39-2 and Metropolitan Police, District of Columbia marked Glock 17. I can only hope that DC authorities had to sell surplus police pistols to raise money to pay Alan Gura's legal fees.
    Nice guns, thanks for sharing


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    Quote Originally Posted by tgoose1 View Post
    All beautiful 9's. This one now qualifies as a 9mm after receiving a conversion slide, now what happened to all the inexpensive 9mm ammunition? Glad I purchased a couple thousand rounds months ago, prices will return before exhausting my stash!

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    Nice gun too. I have a P229 but it’s in .357 Sig


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    9 mm semi automatic pistols

    I shoot them all too, no safe queens in my house, so here are some targets, all at 25 meters




















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    This calls for the original 9mm, the P.08 Luger. My earliest is a 1912 Erfurt.




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    Quote Originally Posted by CLASSIC12 View Post
    I shoot them all too, no safe queens in my house, so here are some targets, all at 25 meters...
    That's some nice shooting. Years ago when I was stationed in Germany I was friends with a German cop. They had just traded in their Walther PP's for H&K P7M8's. We conspired to have some unit training scheduled for the same day on the local Bundeswehr range. His cops and my soldiers all had a fine time. A little friendly competition and playing with each other's toys. The P7 is a good shooting pistol. One of these days I will find one I can afford.
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    Thanks for all the great pics. I also favor 9mm autos but BHP are my favorites. I especially liked your FN GP 35 - 1952. Just yesterday I was asked about one with SN #31211 which I believe is also a 1952 vintage. I wonder what it's worth? Ed

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    German "P Series Police Pistols

    Here's my collection of German "P" Series Police Pistols. Several have been sold.



    P-1 - Post WWII Walther P-38; P-2 - Sig P-210-4 (German Border Guards); P-3 Astra 600; P-4 Walther shorter barreled P1; Walther P-5; Sig P-225 (aka P-6); missing is the H&K P-7 I used to have; no P-8; and lastly a P9S.
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