The MR73 debuted in ‘73, obviously. It’s a very finely built and extremely strong revolver.
Pretty funny considering they will outshoot and outlast anything S&W or Colt has built in the past 150 years…
When it comes to Sig, I stick to Swiss and German...
I never use unregulated ammunition, but to each their own.
I bought one of those a few months back actually...
Lots of great work went into those, but I'm just not a fan of engraved handguns.
...and I've pretty much owned them all
The Black Tie is one of the four new Meister Manufaktur pistols Walther is building. Its got a carbon...
Me neither. I just look at them and watch value rise :)
Not sure who did, but I never mentioned anything about accuracy.
I believe you quoted the wrong person.
That’s obviously more your speed, so stick with it.
For shooting? Most definitely the P210
As for cost, some of the Swiss models, such as the forged heavy frame model on the left, bring more money...
Very soft shooting. DA trigger extremely smooth. SA trigger crisp with a super short reset. Accuracy was very good, though I have more accurate...
I’ve shot them all, yes
I don’t shoot the Autopistols these days with the way value has gone up. At $15K+ a piece with no parts available, I’d...
Blue book has absolutely nothing to do with GB auctions.
Guns are worth what people are willing to pay.
To me, the Boa is cheap junk. I’ll never understand Colt snake collectors. The only one that’s any good is the Python. The...
Yep and they aren’t even good revolvers.
basically a Python barrel with the cheap King Cobra action.
Here's an updated pic of my Korths, to include my 6" Korth PRS from Korth Lollar.
The others are old Ratzeburg models...
The old Ratzeburg Korths are awesome handguns. I've got two Korth Combat 357's and two 9mm Autopistols
The gun in the middle is a Korth PRS from...
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