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Crazy custom Draco pistol.

AK 47 pistol was really neat till I saw the stupid round sticking out of the base of the grip. Holy shit that's stupid

Nice Pistol

“Admiral Nelson’s Pepperbox, A. Lil’ Ironsides”: This is the custom sidearm used by the one and only Admiral T.Nelson in “The Battle of Red Tide”.

Dreyse Revolver - While his father’s zundnadelgewehr (needle-gun) was only a single-shot – Franz von Dreyse went for repeating capability with his revolver design. Made in .32, .35 and our example’s .39 caliber in the late 1860s; perhaps this wasn’t the best time to offer a handgun that required a long needle firing pin to detonate the primer deep inside the cartridge? NRA National Firearms Museum in Fairfax, VA.

Dreyse Revolver - While his father’s zundnadelgewehr (needle-gun) was only a single-shot – Franz von Dreyse went for repeating capability with his revolver design. Made in and our example’s caliber in the late NRA National Firearms Museum in Fairfax, VA.

The rare Winchester bolt action pistol, An experimental pistol, these firearms were based off of the Model 1902, a famous .22 rifle made by Winchester marketed as a youth firearm. The pistol used the same action as the rifle, is chambered for .22 long rifle, and is most recognizable by its long tapered barrel. The model never went into production, but they were popular among employees, who would buy (or smuggle) surplus parts and build their own. As a result, no two are the same.

Winchester was never in the handgun business, right? Fjestad takes a look at the experimental Winchester bolt-action pistol.

Joalland Needle-fire pistol - This all-metal Louis Joalland pistol was made in Bourges, France and like the Dreyse rifle, this handgun is a single shot design, opening by twisting to the right and pulling back to insert a cartridge into the chamber. The engraving on this pistol includes stylized griffins amidst the raised scroll embellishments. The blackpowder propellant of that period was fairly corrosive. This .40 caliber handgun, on display in the National Firearms Museum in Fairfax, VA.

Louis Joalland Needle-fire pistol - Bourges, France - National Firearms Museum in Fairfax, VA.

OLD SPEC, WW2 1942 Dated .303 Calibre MK 1 Bren Light Machine Gun (Inglis). Militaria

OLD SPEC, 1942 Dated Calibre MK 1 Bren Light Machine Gun (Inglis). Used one of these in the School Cadets on the Ranges at Barton Stacey.

Steampunk six gun from etsy

“Admiral Nelson’s Pepperbox, A. Lil’ Ironsides”: This is the custom sidearm used by the one and only Admiral T.Nelson in “The Battle of Red Tide”.