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Collector semi-autos - what's on your wish list?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Southern6er, Feb 27, 2008.

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  1. Southern6er

    Southern6er Member

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    I have a C&R firearm license and have been collecting old milsurp guns, mainly rifles from WW2.

    I'd like to add some other semi-auto handguns to the collection and was curious as to what you guys would put in YOUR collection?

    Pics if you got em!
     
  2. NWdude83

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  3. Omega

    Omega Member

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    without Mauser Broomhandle any semi-auto gun collection is not collection ;)

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    I would like a real, un-import marked, un-safety added, original Russian TT-33.
     
  5. gbelleh

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    How about a Nambu Type 94?

    94nambu.jpg
     
  6. romma

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    Colt pocket Mustang

    Colt Pocket Pony
     
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    Steyr M1911/12 (9mm Steyr) in new condition...

    Astra Model 21 (400) (9mm Bergman-Bayard) in new condition...

    Forrest
     
  8. jonnyc

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    TT-Tokarev, Makarov, 1911, Luger, Hi-Power, S&W 1917, Mauser, CZ52,...etc.
     
  9. BlindJustice

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    1911 Colt Combat Commander .45 ACP - Replace the one I had
    back in the 1970s. I had one in Blued Steel
    but I wouldn't mind one in Satin NIckel.

    WWII Remington-Rand or Ithaca 1911A1
    because that's what I had out of the small arms
    locker when I served in the USN - 1970s.

    Any Pre-WWII built even with Nazi acceptance
    proof marks Luger P-08 and along those lines a Nazi
    marked Browning Hi-Power
     
  10. Rex B

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    early Llama 380s

    I like the older Llama .380 mini-1911s, made before 1950.
    They are the closest thing to a miniature 1911 I have ever seen - complete with locking breech, grip safety, etc. the only thing different is the extractor, which is like a Kimber. Allegedly favored by WW2 aviators on both sides of the Channel, as well as the Spanish secret police.
     

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  11. Belgiboy

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    Everybody should have a Belgian
     
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