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Just Evil

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Got_Lead?, May 29, 2011.

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  1. Got_Lead?

    Got_Lead? Member

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    Is it just me or do these things just look evil? And yes, I own 2 of them.


    The Walther P-38 / P-1
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  2. Apocalypse-Now

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    evil? no.

    the camera angle/distance/black&white makes it looks sinister though, but taking a photo with those specs would do that to most any gun :)


    excellent photo.
     
  3. michiganfan

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    Evil maybe. Cold and heartless. YES
     
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    maybe it wouldn't look so evil with some nice wood grips on it?
     
  5. Smaug

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    Yes, it looks a bit evil to me, because it makes me think: "Nazi Jew-killer"

    It has nothing to do with the actual gun.


    "Well begun is half done."
    -Aristotle
     
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    I would not lend any money to this pistol for fear it defaulting on the loan.
     
  7. PRM

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    Evil ~ NO ~ Now that's funny.

    Walther's make people do evil things like Chevy's make drunk drivers.

    Classic Walther. A design that has been copied and has withstood the test of time. I been shooting the Walther PP series pistols for over 30 years. My EDC is a Manurhin PP in 32 ACP. I acquired a P1 about a year ago and it has become a favorite at the range and when I want a larger carry gun.

    Mine was a good 99% condition when I got it. It has the hex bolt and fat slide upgrades. The guy I bought it from said he shot golf balls with it at 15 yards??? Sounded kind of like an expensive target ~ but to each his on. My first trip to the range and I was sold. It truly is one of the most accurate guns I own. Function has been flawless.

    AIM has a new shipment of these guns in. A co-worker just got one hand picked and delivered for $358. Not a bad investment ~ a piece of history and a classic shooter.

    http://www.aimsurplus.com/product.a...alther+P1+9mm+Pistol+with+one+mag&groupid=254
     
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