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Opinions on "pretty Pistols"

Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by fordguy, Feb 14, 2013.

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  1. tiamat

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    OUCH!

    Being a traditionalist I prefer well blued or Stainless finished Pistols or revolvers. Gold finish for BBQ guns and collectors pieces and Parkerised (or rhe like) for heavy combat guns. Now I gotta puke when I see those "colored" finishes and flames etc.!!! How ugly can a gun get other than wearing a finish like that?
    There has to be something wrong with the mind that needs a color coordinated gun!
    JMHO
    BPDave
     
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    S&W E-Series are awfully nice looking pistols...

    Browning High-Power in Satin Nickel or Robar NP3+ IS AWFULLY nice looking too.
     
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    It's hard to beat a nice 1911. One thing that does beat it, though, is a nice SAA. Saw this one the other day, and it's still got my pulse elevated.

    [​IMG]

    And I don't even like Bislies all that much. That one just looks right, though.
     
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    I'll also second a stainless steel CZ 75B.Pure perfection to look at.
     
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    If it has to be an auto then a blued 1911. If not, a Python blue or otherwise. Then there is the SSA. There is some very pretty stuff out there for sale.
    The older S&W 27 and 29's are beautiful when in mint condition.
     
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    Browning Hi Power Renaissance...
     
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