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The metal section frame was an innovation in twentieth century picture framing. It can now be found in museums, galleries, institutions, and homes around the world. The metal section frame was invented by picture framer Donald P. Herbert (1926-1982) in the late 1960s. The frame was designed to fill a void within the framing industry. The concept followed Herbert’s attendance at a museum conference in Toronto in 1967. While there he met with Dr. Harold Joachim (1909-1983), at that time the Curator of the Department of Prints and Drawings with The Art Institute of Chicago. Dr. Joachim discussed the need for a picture frame that would allow the Institute to loan artwork from their collection. He expressed the need for an easily assembled and affordable picture frame. Herbert’s solution was the section frame. Originally he planned to call the frame a CPD frame, standing for Curator of Prints and Drawings, but the name Metal Section Frame ended up being used.
I own quite a few pistols but my favorites are all-metal hammer-fired SA/DA pistols. Mainly CZ-75s. However, I do like 1911s, Berettas, and Hi-Powers as well. I like revolvers but I'm not currently looking to buy any atm. If you have an old surplus pistol you'd part with for a reasonable price...
Hey guys. I have almost a 100 left of these New Old Stock 🇺🇸 MADE Reamers for PTD, HSS, L&I, National and more. All sizes are under a 1/2” in SAE and Metric sizes. Retail on eBay are $20- $75 each.
My Prices are from $10 to $40 each
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Selling a used CZ 97B in 45. Three-dot sights, two 10-round magazines, carbon fiber grips, and original wood grips. Includes the box and manual. It's accurate, has a great reset, decently light and smooth double-action, and a crisp single action. Certainly a beefy gun but fun on the range.
Have a NIB Alpha Foxtrot AF-C gen 3 glock 19 frame up for grabs.
Never mounted a slide on it. Comes with all paperwork and sticker.
Feels great in the hand, but have other projects to finish.
Buyer pays transfer fees and whatnot.
Feel free to ask questions.
I am thinking about selling my Glock 19 and buying a CZ but I was just wondering is it even practical to carry a metal framed pistol? Even a compact one? I just feel like it would be super heavy. Should I stick with my Glock? I just keep hearing people rave about their CZs...
Want to sell my CZ 75B. I bought it about 2 years ago and its been sitting without much use. Only have about 200 rounds through it. Comes with 2 mags, hogue grips, carrying case and paperwork. Asking $450.00 Meet in Vancouver @Tropics Pawn