Handgun Picture Thread

#473

Was it the Russians or Neil Armstrong who put them there? Everyone knows Aliens use laser beams.

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#474

Well if you recall my handgun of the month entry, the engraved initials were done on the Glock 42 this morning. I think it turned out well. Simple, yet fancy. My wife LOVES it!

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#475

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#476

I think Belt Fed likes Handguns…
What ya think?

Very Nice collection there.

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#477

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#478

Love mine!!!
SIG P938 SAS with Bark Mammoth Grips and custom Safire Grip Screws best (and pimpest) BUG


If I have clothes on this is concealed on me with 2x Kimber 8 round mags (meant for the Micro 9 but work in the 938 as well).

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#479

@Bigbadjones @thisoldgun

^^^^sorry haven’t figured out the way to edit on my phone yet see above post

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#480

Sweet gun man!

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#481

WHAT!!!
All those revolvers and no Bisley???!!!

Need to get off the stick Belt-Fed…

Just ribbing you. Great collection again.
I’m a bit (OK A LOT) Jealous.

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#482


The Autos.

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#483

@AgentVenom, I recognize those grip screws their Wicked :wink:

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#484

Sure are!! Good eye!

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#485

Since posted in another thread I’ll post it here too.
My Adams Arms Piston 11.5” AR “Pistol” it’s one of those guns you put together because it costs so little it was almost like they are paying you. Almost

Pistol was a blemished one on super discount, everything else on it was repurposed from other builds (mine and others who ask for help) even the EOTech came off another gun I bought so cost me 0$$ or I wouldn’t have an EOTECH.

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#486

My first (and so far only) 1911 - a Colt Competition in .45 ACP.

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#487

That’s a beauty! I love those blue grips

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#488

Thanks!

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#489

Yeah those grips are sweet.

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#490

Really nice.

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#491

That’s purty! A classic beauty. Man I like 1911s!

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#492

someone want to lend me $2700


The Mateba Model 6 Unica (often known simply as the Mateba or the Mateba Autorevolver) is a recoil operated semi-automatic revolver, one of only a few of this type ever produced. The Mateba Model 6 Unica auto-revolver was developed by Italian designer Emilio Ghisoni in the late 1980’s, and put into production in 1998. Production had ceased in 2004, but after 14 years, it is now available in very limited production.

he Mateba Model 6 Unica auto-revolver utilizes a two-part frame, where the upper is allowed to recoil on rails machined on the lower. The upper holds the cylinder and barrel; the lower hosts the trigger, hammer unit and grip. On firing the upper assembly moves rearward ½”, cocking the hammer in the process. On the forward stroke the cylinder is rotated into its next position. The barrel is aligned with the lower chamber of the cylinder (not upper), in order to lower the bore axis and decrease muzzle flip and felt recoil.

The unique design and engineering results in a pistol that is exceptionally well balanced and highly accurate. It is a pleasure to shoot, with felt recoil comparable to a .38 special. Despite being in production only 6 years this exotic had quickly found its way into pop culture, appearing in many notable films and enjoying a cult following amongst collectors, prized for its superior quality and unique design features.
Special Order Item
35% deposit required, delivery expected 90 days after window closing. Priced at $2999, choice of weaver mount, 6" or 8" barrel and polished blued, satin or nickel finish.
Features:
•Adjustable trigger pull weight
•Adjustable trigger stop
•Adjustable sights
•Ambidextrous cylinder release levers
•Low bore axis
•Semi-automatic design
•Exceptionally low felt recoil
•Highly accurate
•Superior fit and finish

Specifications:
Caliber: .357 Magnum/.44 Magnum
Cylinder Capacity: 6
Trigger Mechanism: Double-action/single action
Sights: 3 dot, adjustable
Barrel Length: 6”/152mm & 8”/203mm
Weight: 1498g/52.8oz



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