Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by MikeNice, Nov 5, 2010.
Colt Silver Dragon 1911
Colt Day Of The Dead .38 Super
Walther PPKS Aristocrat
That's about as "flashy" a gun as I can stomach owning.
A Dan Wesson 745 (Stainless Steel 45 Long Colt) with a PPC barrel on it. Mine won't have the sights that run the length of the barrel and the grips will be a Pachmeyr (sp?) combat grips.
A semiauto, might just get me into wheelguns
I hate the un-dead.
They're always crashin' my BBQs.
How many of those were made?
Here's what I could afford to actually own:
I just like some thing with a little more flash once in a while. To me it is a lot like a hot rod or a low rider. It is taking a tool and turning it in to art.
As far as I know, just one. I read about it in Guns & Ammo about a year ago.
For real, probably the alaskan survivor 45.70 derringer.
or a pristine 5" Smith & Wesson Registered 357 Magnum ... again with stag grips (couldn't find a pic).
Nothing prettier then a high gloss bluing, fine line engraving, mounted with stag horn or Ivory grips and accented by a little case coloring.
Oh how I do love the old top break revolvers but alas, it'll have to wait till I get some other less important thing taken care of first.
"...Caspian Damascus..." That isn't damascus steel. It's a finish. Far too regular. Damascus steel doesn't look like that.
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