Massachusetts. Within a 15 mile drive there are some half dozen sportsman's clubs with ranges (members only), and that many gunshops, at least two...
1916. No idea about ammo. Mine's a .38 Special.
If these are the stamps on the butt, it should be WB, for Waldemar Broberg, ordnance inspector prior to Guy Drewry.
Very nice M&P.
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The SN indicates 1943 manufacture. The magazine is correct, General Shaver. I find no information on the barrel stampings you describe, which...
I believe MIT has a pistol club and team, or used to.
But then you did not mention the type of college to which you will apply.
Agreed. If you live in a town where the chief is reluctant to issue ALP LTCs, the more ammunition you add to your application, the better. Take at...
Struck out on this one. Four companies used the D20 Ordnance code; all were French and Spanish pistol makers.
920 is more interesting, since it...
What's that WaffenAmt number on the holster? Or is it a letter and number? I can't read it from the photo, but if you can, I'll try to find the...
The ornate DWM logo is similar to the one the company used on P-08 Luger pistols.
The Crown/N is a German commercial nitro...
It's a DWM (Deutsche Waffen und Munitionsfabriken, Berlin) copy of the Browning M1910.
Introduced in 1921, the wooden stocked pistol was the M22,...
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It's of a type called a suicide special, probably made by Hood Firearms, Norwich, Conn., 1873 to 1882.
Usually, Hood revolvers have rifling only...
If it's unmarked on the floorplate toe and IF it's WWII manufacture, it was made by Colt.
Not worth much if it's rusted.
Remove the primers in a few fired cases and fill the primer pockets with silicone sealant.
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