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Bigger one is a S&W Sigma 9mm, it's a piece of junk--bought it in college when i had no money. Now it just sits in a drawer next to my bed.

Smaller is a Sig P238 .380, best feeling/shooting small caliber conceal pistol I've ever shot. Great little gun.
 

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Sorry about the webcam pics. Everytime I get some camera money together I end up buying more guns and ammo.

Colt 70 series, flat mainspring housing and long trigger and ivory.


Remington R1, Long trigger.


Springfield Armory Mil Spec, flat mainspring housing, long trigger.
 

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A SIGspack!



louie, out!
 

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Thanks J.P
Here's another one, It's a Colt 1918 repro
Below that one is a GI 1911 that was hit by a Japanese Sniper on IwoJima. It saved the Marine Sergeant who wore it.
That's one cool piece of history. I realize you may be intending to keep the historic value going, but may I suggest atleast a light coat of oil? A shame to let the condition deteriorate more.
 

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Here's my carry pistol, the one handgun I've swore I'll never sell no matter what.

SAI GI .45 with Esmeralda Cocobolo grips.

 
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An Inglis Hi Power made in 1944, "Factory Through Repair" in 1963:



Les Baer Custom Carry:



Springfield "Compact Custom Carry"
(Officers Frame w/ 4" slide chambered in 9x23 Winchester)



If I had any other handguns, they wouldn't be worth photographing.
 

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Bigger one is a S&W Sigma 9mm, it's a piece of junk--bought it in college when i had no money. Now it just sits in a drawer next to my bed.

Smaller is a Sig P238 .380, best feeling/shooting small caliber conceal pistol I've ever shot. Great little gun.
That little Sig is a great gun! Easily concealable without bulk! Shoots good too!
 
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