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Chinese Contract Inglis HP35 & Holsters

Article about: Hello-this is my Canadian made 9mm Inglis HP35 pistol, produced originally for the Nationalist Chinese govt during the latter part of WW2. The Chinese had adopted the FN made HP35 before the

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    Beautiful HP lithgow!!!! One of the earlier versions with wood stock is on my bucket list. I think it would go nicely next to my M1930 Broomhandle that was exported to china.

    Semper Fi

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    Collectors go wild over the wood stock/holsters but at the time they were rejected by the more competent militaries that tested them as impractical and a waste of effort-the short barrel and sight radius of the P35 pistol, the free provision of SMGs and carbines as more effective alternatives and the general use of pistols only as back up weapons all led to this conclusion-no western Allied army ever used them and a large stockpile was left over at the end of the war which is where the collectors' examples pretty much all come from. That said, they're a nice piece to have for a 'completeist'.

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    Very nice!

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    Great looking pistol!...
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.

    I'm Spartacus, not really i'm Paul!...

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