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Followed by a WWII and/or Pre WWII era 1911's
 
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Id love to play with that!
The other oddball one is the dardick internal magazine fed revolver firing "trounds".. Very interesting stuff.

I completely forgot about the dardick,those or very interesting.
I heard the guy who made it at the time was also working on a machine gun that used the trounds.
 
Phelps heritage 1 Much preferred over the BFR. Found one a while back but wasn't in the best of shape for the price.

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I think the original Schofield revolvers are pretty cool. I've held one, never shot one, but they just ooze awesomeness.

Yeah they are really cool,I would like them better though if they were in .45LC or .45 acp and double action. I guess that is what Webley's are for though.
 
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An uber-rare 1st Hand Ejector Model 4" S&W Target Triple Lock .44 Special. Never seen one in that barrel length, actually, but somewhere they exist. I'd settle for 5"; I have a 6.5" 2nd Model Hand Ejector from 1916, I'll be keeping that, but I never want another 6.5" N frame again.

Also a 4" .38/.44 S&W Heavy Duty in .38 Spcl. High-Velocity caliber. I have a Transitional 5", but I really want a pre-war 4".

I love 1911s, but pre-1950 S&W's are just so finely made you have to drool a bit over them.
 

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