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Some of my handguns

Article about: Thank you kindly for all the kind words. Here's a few more: Finnish Luger M/23 with Tikka 9mm replacement barrel Nambu T-14 - 1941 Chuo Kogyo 1943 byf Walther P.38 British-issued Colt New Se

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    Thank you kindly for all the kind words. Here's a few more:

    Finnish Luger M/23 with Tikka 9mm replacement barrel


    Nambu T-14 - 1941 Chuo Kogyo


    1943 byf Walther P.38


    British-issued Colt New Service .455


    1937 Enfield No.2 Mk.I


    1945 Remington-Rand M1911A1 (refinished, this is my shooter)


    The entire collection, as of last year:

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    Super nice collection.... BILL
    "As long as there are brave men and warriors the halls of Valhalla will never be silent or empty"

    In memory of my father William T. Grist December 26, 1920--September 10, 2009..
    901st. Ordnance H.A.M. North Africa, Italy, Southern France....ETO
    Also in memory of my mother Jane Kidd Grist Feb. 22, 1920-- September 27, 2009... WWll War bride May 1942...

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    That is a fantastic collection, WOW

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    Very nice collection. Love that Art Luger w/the snail drum, Ray

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    I was cleaning up some group pictures of my long guns from a while back, figured I'd throw them in:

    British & Commonwealth 19th century:
    Lee-Enfield RIC Carbine - 1904 BSA
    Lee-Enfield Mk.I* - 1896 Enfield, Canadian issued
    Martini-Henry Mk.III - 1884 Enfield
    Snider-Enfield Mk.III Cavalry Carbine - 1871 Enfield
    Snider Enfield Mk.II - This was a completely mismatched junker I actually got screwed on and sold shortly thereafter. I've replaced it with a much nicer one seen below.


    British & Commonwealth SMLEs:
    SMLE Mk.III* - 1943 Ishapore, Indian issued
    SMLE Mk.III* - 1942 Lithgow, Australian issued
    SMLE Mk.III* - 1917 SSA, Canadian issued, Aussie FTR
    SMLE Mk.III - 1940 BSA, New Zealand issued, marked to 26th Infantry Bn


    British & Commonwealth 20th century:
    Lee-Enfield No.5 Mk.I - 1945 Fazakerley
    Lee-Enfield No.4 Mk.I(T) - 1945 BSA Shirley
    Lee-Enfield No.4 Mk.I - 1944 BSA Shirley
    Enfield P'14 - Remington-made, Canadian issued
    Canadian Ross Mk.III


    French:
    MAS-36 - 1946 St. Etienne
    Berther M1892 - 1894 St. Etienne
    Berthier M1907/15 - 1916 St. Etienne
    Lebel M1886/93 - 1893 Tulle


    Finn:
    Mosin-Nagant M/39 - 1941 Sako
    Mosin-Nagant M/27 - 1933 Tikka
    Mosin-Nagant M/24 - Bohler-Stahl barrel, marked to the Helsinki Civic Guard district
    Mosin-Nagant M/91 P-27


    Soviet:
    SKS-45 - 1954 Tula, Egyptian issued
    Mosin-Nagant M44 - 1951 Factory 11, Romanian issued
    Mosin-Nagant M91/30 - 1942 Ishevsk
    Tokarev SVT-40 - 1941 Ishevsk


    German:
    Mauser Kar 98K - 1943 bcd (Gustloffwerke)
    Mauser Gewehr 98 - 1917 Oberndorff
    Gewehr 88/05 - 1890 Amberg, Turkish issued


    US:
    M1 Carbine - 1943 Saginaw SG
    Winchester M97 - 1949
    M1 Garand - 1943 Springfield, post-war Danish issued


    Belgium / Austria Hungary:
    Mauser M1889/16 - Etat Belge Birmingham
    Mannlicher M95/31
    Mannlicher M88/95 - WW2 Italian issued and British captured and refurbed


    Italy / Japan:

    Carcano M91/41 - 1942 FAT
    Arisaka T-99 - 33rd series Toyo Kogyo (approx 1940)
    Arisaka T-38 - Tokyo Arsenal, approx 1918


    Misc:
    Swedish Mauser M/38 - 1941 Husqvarna
    Westley-Richards 12 gauge fowler - family heirloom, not military - belonged to my great uncle who was a Halifax gunner in WW2


    Recent Acquisitions:

    Mexican Mauser M1902 Carbine - 1903 DWM
    US Springfield M1903 Mk.1 - 1919 Springfield, WW2-era stock
    Boer Mauser M1896 - Ludwig Loewe
    Greek Mannlicher-Schoenauer Y:1903/14 - 1927 Breda
    Snider-Enfield Mk.I* - Canadian-issued, manufactured as an Enfield P'53 in 1860, probably converted about 1867


    Soviet PTRD-1941 anti-tank rifle - couldn't fit that in any other pictures!

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    That is just a crasy collection.Very very nice.

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    WOW thats better than gold!! very nice.

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    fabulous collection

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    Superb collection, maybe one day my bedroom walls will be looking the same

    Thanks for showing

    Danny

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