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Let's See Your German Pistols

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by SharpsDressedMan, Aug 2, 2012.

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  1. SharpsDressedMan

    SharpsDressedMan member

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    Those Germans have always made some fine and interesting pistols. Here is your chance to show them off. A couple of mine. [​IMG][/IMG] [​IMG][/IMG]
     
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  3. IMTHDUKE

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  4. ExTank

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    The last 9mm I feel the need to buy.

    I have yet to handle a pistol that felt more natural in my hand, or shot like it was a natural extension of my arm.
     

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  5. wojownik

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    Some are German, some hybrid:

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    - p.38 cyq code
    - p.08 S/42 code 1938
    - p.08 Mauser (Finnish rework)
    - Radom Vis wz. 1935 (manufactured under German occupation)
    - Sig p220 compact - German frame, so only partly counts :p
    - Sig p6 - W. Germany
    - Sig p6 - W. Germany
    - Sig p226 - W. Germany
    - Sig p228 - Germany
    - Sig p228 - Swiss Police contract - made in Germany
    - Sig p229 - German frame, also only partly counts
    - HK P7 - W. Germany
     
  6. tarosean

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    WOW!!!! I really like that Radom
     
  7. wlewisiii

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    I have two german pistols, both Mauser...

    First is my C96 Bolo:
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    Then there is the HSc I won the auction for this morning:
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    They go well with my Mauser rifles & Leica camera ;)
     
  8. Morgo

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    Walther PPQ

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  9. Morgo

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    Sig p229 Sport .357 Sig

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    Sig p226 SL II Sport 9mm

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    Sig X5

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  10. Morgo

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    HK USP Custom Sport 9mm

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    HK USP Match Stainless 9mm

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    HK P7

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    I like this thread already. Going to have to post a pic of my non-railed P229 and P2000sk when I get home!
     
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    Walther
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    HK
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    Sig
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  14. Buck Kramer

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    wojownik, that random is awesome!
     
  15. Chuck R.

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    SIG220ST, SIG 230SL, SIG P6, 1923 Commercial Luger in .30, Walther PPS:
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    Pair of PPQs:
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    Chuck
     
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    HK P7M8

    Purchased in 1985 - not a single malfunction of any kind - ever.

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    '78 Walther P1 and the holster has German scribbling on it.
     

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    Ortegies....
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    GSG 1911 w/can
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    GSG 1911
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    German designed Peter Stahls linkless Omega (10mm-45acp-38 super) multi-caliber for SA.
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  19. content

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    Hello friends and neighbors // Glad to add a couple to this fine thread.
    1896 Mauser C96,DOM 1911 (Broomhandle)
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    Erfurt 1917 Luger (as rearsenaled for WWII)
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  20. Walking Dead

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    Conceived in Deutschland and born in New Hampshire.
     
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    Belonged to a former GI I call Dad, now it's mine.

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  22. ExTank

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    Hey, chuch R. and balance 740: quit hoggin' all the danged Walthers! :cuss:

    :)
     
  23. Lonestar49

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    Guns that_excel are their trademarks

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    Two against one.. lol
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    Ls ;)
     
  24. johnnydollar

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    I'll play. P7s a trio.

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