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Walther PP.380


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Lucky for me I am in the USA and am able to own this beautiful gun in it's original splendor! Who among us would want to de-activate this beauty?

Enjoy the pics and don't forget to comment.

More guns to come!

Bill in America...........

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Is it suppose to lead somewhere? I thought this is a site where we share common interests, I am just sharing photos of what I feel is nice gun with others that are suppose to be into them. My point was for those who live where guns are mandated to be de-activated and the shame it is. Nothing Personal!

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Very nice. I managed to get hold of a 'PP Super' in 9x18 which is very similar last year in Canada and bring it back to the UK. Unfortunately I couldn't get hod of any ammunition to put through it.

Do you shoot yours or do you keep it mainly for presperity?

Paul

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Very nice. I managed to get hold of a 'PP Super' in 9x18 which is very similar last year in Canada and bring it back to the UK. Unfortunately I couldn't get hod of any ammunition to put through it.

Do you shoot yours or do you keep it mainly for presperity?

Paul

I am not shooting this gun it is an investment, I do have a shooter that is in .32 acp.

Here is a photo of another gun my High Power.

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That is a beautiful pistol. It looks like it came right off the assembly line! Lets see your other pieces!

Regards

Paul

I will be happy to put up other pieces , please ask the others that know about these guns to give me feedback I am always looking to learn more about them.

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Nice pistol indeed!

Well, Bill fortunately, I do not live in USA and in my small corner of the Third World I can even legally own a fully automatic Thompson M1A1 and a BAR 1918A1. :rolleyes:

Take care,

Douglas

Lucky you maybe someday WE here in the good old USA will wake up!

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the browning hi-power is, IMHO, the finest of

the 9 mm handguns ever made....

personal first choice, however, is the 1911A

.45. almost 45 years ago, while mowing

mr foltz' lawn, i went in for a cool drink and CAPT

Foltz had his mounted on the wall in his study...

told me it was what saved his life when a "banzai"

charge almost overwhelmed his headquarters area in

the south pacific. said it had "stopping power" .....

that scenario still leaves me pondering....

imagine the impression it left on a 10 year old boy.....

joe

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the browning hi-power is, IMHO, the finest of

the 9 mm handguns ever made....

personal first choice, however, is the 1911A

.45. almost 45 years ago, while mowing

mr foltz' lawn, i went in for a cool drink and CAPT

Foltz had his mounted on the wall in his study...

told me it was what saved his life when a "banzai"

charge almost overwhelmed his headquarters area in

the south pacific. said it had "stopping power" .....

that scenario still leaves me pondering....

imagine the impression it left on a 10 year old boy.....

joe

I am somewhat with you on this point, you would want the biggest baddest handgun, but the 9mm is also powerful and with the High Power you have 14 shots of them to play with!

And it is time for something new!

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