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    The official “Everything Else” Handgun Picture Thread.

    I think it’s about time for us to have a picture thread for everything you guys own besides Glock’s and 1911’s.

    Please post some pictures of your; Sig, Smith & Wesson, HK, Ruger, FN, CZ, Browning, Berreta, Taurus, Walther, Kahr, Kel-Tec, Steyr, FEG, IMI, Hi-Point, North American Arms, Rossi, Inglis, Charles Daly, ETC.

    Both revolvers & semi-autos.

    This should be a great thread.
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    The only pistol I own that's not a 1911 or Glock.

    My Smith & Wesson M&P 9mm.



    So far, so good.

    I love it.

    I hope to add pictures of a HK45, HK45C, S&W MP45, and S&W 686 to this thread later this year.
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    Okay-



    The Walther is a great gun, an ergonomic Glock IMO.



    Won't replace the 1911, but the HK makes a nice little carry gun.

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    Here are a couple of my favorite "other guns"...








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    Very nice Jason, could you give a brief description about each gun?
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    Do not taunt Happy Fun Ball...

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    Quote Originally Posted by VA_Dinger
    Very nice Jason, could you give a brief description about each gun?
    You bet...

    The first gun is a Devel full-house conversion of a Smith and Wesson 39. Innovative doesn't even begin to describe the guns that came from Charles Kelsey's Devel company. The Devel conversions, as well as Pairs Theodore's ASP pistols, are one of the reasons S&W has the compact 9mm pistols they do today and those who remember the 669 will see it's linage in the Devel conversions of S&W 59s. The cutting edge work Kelsey performed on the Devel 39s and 59s was ahead of it's time and to call Kelsey important to the gun industry would be putting it lightly.

    The second gun is a Jim Hoag built Browning Hi-Power. I was immediately drawn to this gun because of its retro styling... squared and checkered trigger guard, K-frame rear sight, screw in barrel bushing, 40lpi checkering, etc. It goes well with my Swenson guns and makes a neat retro holster gun tucked into one of my old Sparks Summer Speacials.

    The next piece a Smith and Wesson 58... .41MAG is cool and so are wheel-guns! This gun is a nice compliment to a S&W M13 as they are both what I consider the best fixed sighted guns Smith ever produced. Both the M13 and the M58 are fighting guns all the way!

    The last is my daily back-up gun and it lives in the Alessi ankle rig it's picture with. The gun is a fairly pedestrian S&W 442 finished in nickel... it now wears a nice set of Spegel grips and seems to like Remington's +P 158gr LHP.

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    The others...

    Sig P220ST with Sport barrel and compensator


    Sig P225 factory nickel (Klein)


    Sig P226 9mm aftermarket nickel


    Sig P228 aftermarket reverse two-tone



    Sig P229R .357SIG two-tone



    Taurus PT92AF 9mm aftermarket hard chrome


    HK USP45F


    Walther P99 9mm OD green
    "I can't think of nothin' finer than a fine naked woman holding a gun." --- Frankie Figs

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    A Devel......man, they were THE cool guy gun back in the day.....led to the S&W 3rd. Gen series. Fantastic workmanship.


    Anyway, mine are pretty generic.

    Yeah, I know they're dirty......

    SIG P226 9mm:



    Beretta 92FS:





    CZ-85B:



    S&W M22 TRS:

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