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Old August 14th, 2017, 09:59 AM #81
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Here's my M1 Super 90 I got from Lou's a year ago...

Update 8/11/17: I never mentioned it was a police shotgun. Maybe I didn't have to, considering the thread.
RIP Lou45. Man I miss his deals! I'd have been on those LE trade Super 90s like stank on chit!
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The blackjack belonged to my great grandfather who was a deputy sheriff, county sheriff and eventually a U.S. Marshal. From what I understand, it was used to great effect against Indians and outlaws alike.

The revolver is a Colt Detective Special. It started out life as a court officer's gun and later found its way to me. I carried it off duty before I started working for my current agency.

The semi auto is my current off duty weapon. Sadly, my current agency does not authorize revolvers either on or off duty.
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Virginia State Police Winchester Model 94
That is awesome!

Not sure how i missed this thread, but i love these old pistols
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This is a photo of my 1988 German Sig p226 which was used by the Swiss Police.

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That is so cool!
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A couple of post-war West Berlin police pistols.
West Berlin police weren't allowed to carry German-manufactured weapons so Walther shipped the parts off to Manurhin,
where they were assembled and marked as made in France.

The starburst on the trigger guard denotes West Berlin police.
Even the mags are "sanitized" without the normal Walther banner on the side.

Manurhin-marked P1's are fairly uncommon compared to the total P1/P38 production,
something like 14,000 or so IIRC spanning most of the P1 production time.
Still not bringing much of a premium but someday folks will catch on.
S/N's are mixed in with regular P1/P38 production across the range.

The Manurhin P4 is pretty rare with only 225 made out of the 7500 or so total P4's.
These were issued with P1-marked magazines, there aren't any "P4" mags.
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