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B5 Systems Enhanced SOPMOD Stocks:
EOTech EXPS 3-0 in FDE:
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WOW! I don’t even know what these are classified as, but who ever re-envisioned colt’s pistol to combine Thunderer, Navy, Peace Maker, and Mason Richardson all in one and then engrave it….they are a colt god.
I even had to use a badly constructed sentence to explain it. I think Jonny Cash could have written a song about this. EPIC
Meiko Kaji publicity shot for Female Convict 701: Scorpion (1972)
A set of carved ivory wheel-lock pistols, 17th century.
19th century North African snaphaunce musket mounted with bone panels polished to look like ivory, as well as turquoise, red coral, and silver.
A large revolver from Taurus using their Raging Bull frame. The Bee was available only in a 10” barrel and produced for a very short period of time. The caliber itself, .218 Bee is relatively obscure nowadays, making it difficult to find. The Raging Bee was among a set of 4 revolvers from Taurus to use the Raging Bull frame and employ a 10” barrel. A fifth model, the Raging 223 never entered production although a prototype was displayed years ago. (GRH)
Ethereal Rose as everyone’s favorite pragmatic spy and most likely member of the Avengers.
Centurion Arms C4 10”
Eotech XPS 2-0:
Eotech G33, 3rd Gen magnifier with built in flip to side
Magpul Industries Corp. STR Stock:
Be sure to use our Carbine stock hardware kit when putting together your lower! Only the best parts available in the industry. We don’t use cheap Turkish aluminum extrusions, aluminum castle nuts from Korea, or any other cheap, cost cutting, low quality materials that some other companies do
Gemtech Silencer's TREK
CMT Tactical Lower Receiver
The Colt Model 1877 Double Action Revolver,
During the mid 19th century Colt was known for its line of single action revolvers. However in Europe many companies and gunmakers such as Adams, Tranter, Lefaucheux, and Gasser had introduced popular double action designs. A double action is a system by which pulling the trigger cocks and fires the gun. This is different from a single action in which the hammer must be cocked before each shot.
In 1877 Colt introduced its first double action design. The new Model 1877 was much like the earlier Model 1873 single action army, with the exception of a smaller frame, a redesigned grip, and of course a double action mechanism. The M1877 came in three models, the “Lightning” which was chambered for .38 Long Colt, the “Thunderer”, which was chambered for .41 Colt, and the “Rainmaker” which was chambered for .32 Colt.
While popular, the double action mechanism of the Colt M1877 was delicate and prone to breakage. This gave it the nickname “the gunsmiths favorite” as they needed a lot of maintenance and repair. It was not uncommon for users to simply wear out the double action mechanism, then continue to use the revolver as a single action afterwards. Production of the Model 1877 continued until 1909, 166,849 were produced. Famous users included Billy the Kid, John Wesley Hardin, and the famous English detective Jerome Caminada.