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Your "Salt & Pepper" Autos Photo Thread

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by SharpsDressedMan, Jun 7, 2012.

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  1. SharpsDressedMan

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    Here are a few for starters. I'm sure there are more out there! [​IMG][/IMG] [​IMG][/IMG]
     
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    my lap top is dead, but i can email picks of my salt and pepper 1911's. they are both springfields. both gi specs.
     
  3. hAkron

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    CZ 75, and CZ 75B
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    Ruger Security Six and Ruger GP100
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    Mine are salt and pepper as well as being original and successor

    PS sorry for the crappy cell phone pictures

    PSS - I just realized I posted revolver pictures in the semi forum! If anybody asks, we were just talking about how revolvers aren't as good as Glocks.
     
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    SIG 220s. Salt is the 220ST, Pepper is an old German alloy frame 220

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  6. SharpsDressedMan

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    For Robbins290: [​IMG][/IMG] [​IMG][/IMG]
     
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    Hey, someone poured pepper in the salt shaker
     
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    Salt, pepper and Grey Poupon.

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    Here's some salt and pepper all mixed up.:neener:


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    It's funny. I use salt in cooking, my autoloaders are only pepper.
     
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    I can't wait til I officially join the club. I brought home my CZ SP01 last tuesday, and my CZ 75b stainless is paid in full awaiting it's release in 30 more days (stupid ca laws).
     
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    On the left is my custom Delta Elite built by Bruce Gray. On the right is a Baer TRS with some Larry Davidson grips and a 10-8 rear sight.

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    How about salt and pepper with a side of ebony and ivory
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  17. iLikeOldgunsIlikeNewGuns

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    Awesome pics everyone! This thread is looking gooooooood, keep 'em coming!

    my favorite guns in my collection are my 1911s, which happen to fit this thread :)

    Polished stainless is S&W ltd edition, Blued is a Cimarron (armscor/rock island)

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    slightly dirty muzzle :)
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    I also spill some pepper into the salt shaker from time to time :)

    Kimber .22lr conversion kit, works GREAT on my S&W
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    I know it's an autos thread, but I can't resist also including the very first guns I ever bought. I went to the store to get me an 1851 Navy, and ended up leaving with two of 'em! I couldn't say no to the stainless engraved model :) both are piettas

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