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Discussion in 'The BS Topic' started by Shizzle, Sep 23, 2019.
People with high tolerance for big government interference with their daily life?
Yep, one of them cooler guns, I reckon.
Hard to tell in the holster. The rear of the upper action looks like a 1911, but doesn't have a hammer. I'm 25 miles from the Illinois line and a lot of folks I work with live there. The hoops they have to jump through, just to buy ammunition. Indiana is fairly easy to get a permit. Unless you get it pulled for cause. Then it's a copper plated booger to get it back.
Well it’s nothing super cool.
It ended up being a J.P. Shuer & Sohn, Suhl 7.65 cal. pistol, which I guess was essentially a cops gun from that era.
It’s in pretty poor condition, left grip is busted& it’s pretty pitted.
I don't know man, that's kind of cool. Something not unique but not the same as everyone else has. I'd clean it up, get some grips and hang onto it. It won't be a show piece but an interesting add to a collection.
Yep, worth hanging on to.
Looks like a Walther PP or a Sig. Cool looking piece.
Some info..Looks like a Sauer model 38h
That pistol looks pretty dang old. Any other numbers on it that might decode a manufacturer date?
I'd might wonder bout shootin' it ...
It's old !