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Nickel-finished Norincos - are they rare?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Min, Feb 10, 2009.

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  1. Min

    Min Member

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    Just brought this one home today.

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  2. colemanw

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    i have never seen one
     
  3. VINTAGE-SLOTCARS

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    Never seen one either but sure looks fine. Hope it shoots as awsome as it looks.
     
  4. Duke of Doubt

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    They aren't "rare", but they are considered desirable by some. I'm not one of them, but I tend to stick up for nickel guns, as they get so much disrespect. My nickel Smith 29-3 is the most beautiful gun I own.

    Nice car.
     
  5. Rangegod

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    Not many made it into the country before the Clinton band. Here is a old ad which shows the various models stating that the "Nickel" would be available in 1994, which is about when importation stopped.

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  6. Kind of Blued

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    Chinasports?!?!?!

    Lucky they were selling to Canadiens...
     
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