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While my husband is always telling me that a chrome gun is impractical, it's still my favorite finish.

IMI DESERT EAGLE -PISTOOLI, 1983

At the end of his extended arm was the biggest, shiniest, silver handgun I had ever seen. It looked like it could fire cannons.

Reich revolver in .22 caliber and double trigger

Reich revolver in caliber and double trigger

Smith & Wesson Model 36     .38 Special

Smith & Wesson Model 36 Special I have this one with a bobbed hammer.

Bergmann Bayard model 1908 pistol, made in Belgium by Pieper.

Bergmann Bayard model 1908 pistol, made in Belgium by Pieper.

Shot my Stepdad's once. All I could say was "WOW" Desert Eagle .50AE

A IWI Desert Eagle AE with an aftermarket magazine surrounded by Magnum Research JHP bullets.

During World War I, the Imperial German Army contracted with Mauser for 150,000 C96 pistols chambered in 9mm Parabellum to offset the slow production of the standard-issue Luger P.08 pistol. This variant of the C96 was named the "Red 9" after the large number "9" burned into the grip panels and painted in red to warn users not to load them with 7.63mm ammunition by mistake. Because the army delegated the branding to unit armorers, not all 9mm C96 pistols bear the “9”.

During World War I, the Imperial German Army contracted with Mauser for pistols chambered in Parabellum to offset the slow production of the standard-issue Luger pistol. This variant of the was named the "Red after the large nu

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