Why do I love oddball stuff? Is it a disease?

#34

:thinking::face_with_monocle: Can anyone Name it ? Pictures will follow.

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#35

Never seen a sight like that.
Interesting concept.
Whats it called and how does it work?

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#36

It’s called a Guttersnipe sight, A creation from Paris Theodore. Here are a few more pictures of mine and a few links you can hear and read about the ASP.


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#37

That is very cool!!
And a VERY RARE gun also.
Do you have the special case as well?
Have you tried using it?
If nothing more than trying to aim it?
I dont think I would want to shoot that gun with it being so rare.
Like to hear your opinion on it.

Freakin Awesome either way!!!

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#38

I always wanted the Safari Arms Enforcer. They were out about the same time as the ASP.

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#39

I have all original cases, books and documents for them, I have shot one of them and the sight actually works very well. Accuracy is great and very fun to shoot.

Paris Theodore (ASP maker) and Charles Kelsey (Devel Maker) were both very good gunsmiths, and had some pretty neat visions that lead the way for today’s compact pistols.

And we can’t forget the Detonics either, one of my favorites.

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#40

The Safari Arms were great pistols and I loved the designs. I regret selling mine.

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#41

I see an opportunity for a manufacturer to produce the sight.
From Ian’s video it looks like the perfect sight for carry guns.
I looked around on the net for one or a copy and found nothing.

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#42

The ASP is extremely rare, and I agree its is something someone should make as it works very well and fast.

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#43

You have some pretty neat guns.

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#44

Thank you Sir.

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#45

Here are a couple other oddball’s Smith & Wesson Devel 39 & 59 conversions by Charles Kelsey. Devel Conversions are even rarer with only less then 300 ever made.

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#46

Those cutouts look sweet!

Reminds me of the Custom Berettas from Romeo + Juliet (‘96) rest of the Movie sucked but the guns were kinda pimped out cool.

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#47

Those are sweet

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#48

damn you now the wife wants a Virgin Mary Icon Beretta…

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#49

Here is another oddball.

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#50

A true Pen Gun!!!
Remember the ballistic knives as well?
Should have got one back in the day.

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#51

I wish I would have got one also, Not many made either.

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#52

does the old Enfield / Webley revovlers count?
just bought a tanker enfield and a webley mk4 and have enfield da/sa coming in the mail.

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#53

Webley wheelguns yes. :cowboy_hat_face:

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