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    Gew 88/05 with '1907' marking

    This is a Gew 88/05 made by Steyr in 1890 that I'm considering. It has an interesting stamp of '1907' below '1890'. I don't think I've ever seen this, and can find no reference to it. Possibly the...
  2. Rather interesting Nepalese(?) short percussion musket

    Saw this hanging on the wall at my local gun shop, decided I needed another odd one hanging in my room.
    It appears entirely handmade, however the lock MAY be real-ish. It's crude, but looks pretty...
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    Unmarked Sauer 38h

    Picked this Sauer 38h pistol up today at the arms and militaria show. Other than the serial number (349855) on the right of the frame, a 'CAL 7.65' on left of the slide, and a '107' underneath the...
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    STAR Model 1914

    This rather uncommon little gem popped up at the gun show this weekend, and needless to say followed me home. This is probably the third STAR Model 1914 I've seen in about 10 years. A big part of...
  5. 1941 Beretta Gardone 91/38 cavalry carbine

    I picked this little Beretta up this past weekend. It is really one of the nicer ones I've seen in a while (only problem is that the bolt is stripped, just a body)
    However, it looks like it retains...
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    Got the rest of the crud off of the sight....

    Got the rest of the crud off of the sight. Definitely a dovetail sight post, and these interesting 'points' in the top of it.
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    Possibly...however it looks too 'intentional'...

    Possibly...however it looks too 'intentional' than that to me. I'm about to clean some more of this crud off of it, see what it yields.
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    Some better pics of the front sight with some of...

    Some better pics of the front sight with some of the crud removed. Definitely not set up for the night sights.
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    St. Etienne 1907-15 Berthier

    Amazing what you find in little out-of-the-way pawn shops nowadays.
    A St. Etienne non N marked Berthier with 'Rosalie'!
    Non matching of course. No MAC, MAS, etc with date on barrel, stock looks...
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    Bit of an update. Found a marking. Looks like a...

    Bit of an update. Found a marking. Looks like a crown, or something like a flame. Found it under some grime that I wiped off. Will try to get some clearer pics.
  11. Good looking revolver..and well done on that...

    Good looking revolver..and well done on that hammer!
    I've always had a fascination with copies of well known firearms by other countries. These do not disappoint.
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    I took the grips off tonight to see if anything...

    I took the grips off tonight to see if anything was carved on the back of them. I found two pieces of material that are (don't know if you can see it that well) definitely some sort of woven cloth....
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    I'm beginning to lean more and more to the...

    I'm beginning to lean more and more to the Spanish theory.
    This one did not have a lanyard loop..that 'circle' is a crudely etched zero or 'O'. One figure looks like it may be a 4, but again, too...
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    I believe may indeed be Spanish the more I look...

    I believe may indeed be Spanish the more I look at it.
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    Near relic Smith and Wesson Russian Model(?)

    Happened into a local gun shop today, and this was sitting in the case.
    I recognized what it was immediately, and brought it home. What I have here is apparently a near relic Smith and Wesson Model...
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    Interesting 1863 Springfield 'carbine'.

    I like my milsurps unaltered, un-Bubba'd, and unmessed with. That being said, occasionally you run into one that is just so gosh darned unique you can't help but bring it home.
    Such is the case with...
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    Bayonet ID help

    This bayonet came with a Savage RFA musket I bought today. When I got it home, I spotted the British proofs on it. I first thought Martini Henry, but I'm starting to think P1853 Enfield. Whatcha...
  18. I think I may have found something that's actually rare.

    I have found a Peruvian M91 (Argentine) carbine. DWM manufacture.
    I think it qualifies as 'rare', as anything I look up concerning 'Peruvian M91 carbine' comes back as the Argentine M91 rifles sold...
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    I got it to the range today,( indoor, rained all...

    I got it to the range today,( indoor, rained all day) and I have to say it shot just as good if not better than any British manufactured No4 I have. Hope the weather improves by this weekend, want to...
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    If I can get up the nerve..haha.

    If I can get up the nerve..haha.
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    'Mystery' Spanish revolver

    If its weird, I'll buy it. Such was the 'mystery' Spanish revolver I found in a pawn shop in the mountains of North Georgia today.
    The seller, simply because it has S&W grips on it, really thought...
  22. Same place the black helicopters are made.

    Same place the black helicopters are made.
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    Taking her to the range tomorrow. Should be...

    Taking her to the range tomorrow. Should be interesting!
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    1958 POF No4 MKII

    Today I found an Enfield that has always somewhat intrigued me, and I always told myself that if I ran across one, I'd jump on it. Well, I jumped on one. It is a 1958 POF (Pakistan Ordnance Factory)...
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    For Sale: Starr Model 1863 SA revolver

    For sale is a Starr Model 1863 SA revolver, made circa 1864. Succeeded the DA model which was not very popular among Union troops. Matching numbers, military acceptance stamp visible on the butt....
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