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Nyles 01-01-2009 09:54 PM

A Challenge
Snapped a quick picture of my entire handgun collection today - sorry for the poor quality, hard to get natural light in my house. Anyone care to try their hand at IDing all of them?

Yournamehere 01-02-2009 02:49 AM

A:Nambu Type 14
C: Nagant 1895
D: M1935A French
E: Browning 1922
G: Tokarev TT-33
H: Walther P38
I: Radom 35
J: Luger P08
K: Webley MK I Navy
L: 1911A1
M: Browning HP/GP35
N: Mauser C96
O: S&W Victory Model
P: Enfield No. 2 Mk1* (DAO)
Q: Webley MK IV
R: Enfield No. 2 Mk1
S: S&W M1917
U: Webley MK VI
V: Colt New Service

Can't find B, H, or T, though I think T is a S&W or Webley top break of some sort.

Excalibur 01-02-2009 05:36 AM

That's a lot of handguns. How do you afford all of these?

Nyles 01-02-2009 07:24 AM

Well, the army pays pretty well and I've been at it for about 7 years now. Didn't exactly buy them all at once.

Correct, except B (no such thing as a Steyr 1910), J (it is of course a Luger, but its not a P08), K, and S. O isn't technically a Victory (actually a British No.2 Mk.I or Pre-Victory), but many collectors will call it that so I'll take it. M is of course a Hi Power, bonus if you know who made it.

Gunmaster45 01-02-2009 08:23 AM

B looks like a Steyr 1912. And is the Hi-Power made by Inglis? You're in Canada so I figure that's most logical.

Nyles 01-02-2009 07:44 PM

B is actually a Steyr 1911, but you can't tell the difference except up close so I'll take it. The Hi Power is indeed an Inglis - you can tell by the humped rear sight, made in 1944. The one I'm issued at work is exactly like it, and just as old.

Nyles 01-08-2009 06:50 AM

Anyone care to take a crack at the remainders or should I post the answers?

Nyles 01-11-2009 11:21 PM

Ok, since no one said anything here's your answers.

F: CZ-38
J: Finnish Luger M/23 - you call tell from that barrel, too long to be a P'08 but too short to be a Navy, and it doesn't have the two-position sight.
K: Webley & Scott Model 1910 .38ACP
S: Smith & Wesson Mk.II Hand Ejector (.455)
T: Garate .455 British service revovlr (officially Pistol, Revolver, Garate, Old Pattern, No.1 Mk.I)

Any interest in another go around?

Nyles 01-13-2009 07:42 AM

Just got a great deal on this (seller's photo):

Shouldn't be too hard to ID.

Gunmaster45 01-14-2009 02:59 AM

Colt 1902, right?

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