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    Nice Hsc, shes beauty. I always liked the "art deco" look of them pistols.....very cool bring back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Otis61 View Post
    Here's my dads from when he was a cop. It wasn't department issue. They issued .38s too, but he never trusted the stoping power. So he bought his own.
    I put the grips on. I couldn't handle the little tiny factory ones.
    model 13?
    it's only metal, we can out think it.......

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    pair of 38spl m&ps
    victory and an '84 model 10.
    followed by a '78 m&p magnum....model 13
    it's only metal, we can out think it.......

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    Good lookin Victory BRIAN......Is it "NAVY" marked?
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    Mojo's Nambu Type 14

    My small trigger guard Nambu T-14.....Matching numbers, w/ matching number magazine, 12.7 date (July 1937)
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    Mojo's P.27's

    My Nazi P.27(t)(Cz27) pistols. The top one is a early to mid production and the bottom a mid to late production.

    Its kinda neat to see how the quality of these pistols declined as the war progressed. The fine polish and rich blue gone replaced by Phosphate and crude machining...note the sanitized grips and simplified production of the later model.
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    A few newer military/police pistols

    Walther P22, Springfield XD(M) .40S&W, HK USP .40S&W
    "The reason the American Army does so well in wartime, is that war is chaos, and the American Army practices it on a daily basis."
    - from a post-war debriefing of a German General

    One of the serious problems in planning the fight against American doctrine, is that the Americans do not read their manuals, nor do they feel any obligation to follow their doctrine...
    - From a Soviet Junior Lt's Notebook

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    MOJO00.Thanks ,I like Art Deco I will have to show case the HSC with some Art Deco in a pic some day. Thanks for the IDEA.
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    Family owned M & P with a history

    This is a 1936 S&W M&P that the city gave to my grandfather after he survived an assasination attempt. It was purchased new by the chief of police for my grandfather. My grandad never fired it and he gave it to after I promised that it would not leave the family. Since I did not want it leave the family in some estate sale I recently gave it a second cousin who is an avid collector as well. I has the original box, cleaning rod, and zero target. As my cousin also has the assasin's Iver Johnson this makes a great companion to that gun. The photo shows grips that are not original but the orginal grips are back on the gun now.

    I paid S&W to research the weapon and they sold it to the Chief Of Police for $26.50 in 1936. The second photo with the red background is the Iver Johnson .32 that the would be assasain used in the attack on my grandad.

    By the way, my grandad disarmed the assasain and subdued him with a few swift blows.
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