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Remington eXperimental Pistol number 100 “Fireball”

Manufactured by Remington Arms c.1963-1998 - serial number B7500376.
.221 Remington Fireball single shot, bullpup bolt action, nylon target grip.

The Model XP-100 was made specifically for long-range pistol shooting, a thing it indeed excels at by using the fastest handgun cartridge commercially available. Which also happens to be a rifle cartridge.
Space gun !

Rami, Shield, 19, 17, Urban P01, 686.

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Hino Komuro 1908 pistol

Designed by Kumazo Hino and produced by Tomijiro Komuro in Japan.
.32ACP 8-round removable box magazine, proprietary blow forward semi-automatic action.

A weird early pistol design if there are any, the Hino 1908 was cocked by pulling the barrel forward - all the while praying to avoid blowing your palm off - which would load a round. Afterward pulling the trigger - and grip safety - will release the barrel which would slam the cartridge backward onto the firing pin, with predictable effects.

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Colt 1911

A Government Model that was hand polished then nickel plated, and finally having it’s minor accent parts gold plated. Not a factory offered limited edition variant, but instead of being chambered in the classic .45 ACP, the one in the photos is a .38 Super. The caliber is mostly seen in competition guns because of its popularity among the IPSC and similar crowds. .38 Super is also used in countries where military calibers like the .45 ACP are not allowed for civilian use. (GRH)

Manufacturer: Heckler & Koch
Mod. HK MP5
Type - Tipo: Submachine Gun
Caliber - Calibre: 9 mm
Capacity - Capacidade: 15/30 Rounds
Barrel length - Comp.Cano: 9
Weight - Peso: 3100 g
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Manufacturer: CZ
Mod. Scorpion EVO 3
Type - Tipo: Submachine Gun
Caliber - Calibre: 9 mm
Capacity - Capacidade: 20 Rounds
Barrel length - Comp.Cano: 7.72
Weight - Peso: 2267 g
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Colt Aztec .38 Super

A special limited edition 1911 with engraving and polished artwork depicting ancient Aztec hieroglyphs. Only 300 of these were made and average around $3,000+ in price. I’m not sure what the reason for the theme was or the particular choice of .38 Super but its one of those collectable Colt 1911′s now. (GRH)

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Desert Eagle Mark I

Very early, first generation Desert Eagle chambered in .357 Magnum. The frame size remained the same from the Mark I, Mark VII and Mark XIX according to Magnum Research, but the slide sizes grew larger as the 50 AE cartridge was adopted. Compared to the current production Desert Eagles covered in rails, the originals have a very clean and simple aesthetic to them.(GRH)

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Remington 1861 Army Revolver

Manufactured by Eliphalet Remington and sons in 1862.
.44 cap and ball, six-shots cylinders, easily removable by pulling down the loading lever and removing the cylinder axis, allowing to switch to a pre-loaded one.

This particular example, believed to have been owned by a Confederate soldier, features an unusual lanyard ring and a homemade ring iron sight.

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Titan

10mm Auto chambered 1911 bearing the Dan Wesson name but sold through CZ-USA. The grip is noticeably thicker than on your standard 1911 in .45 ACP because the Titan uses double stack magazines. Instead of the usual 7+1 capacity of .45 ACP, the Titan can hold 14+1 rounds of 10mm. Though it might seem like a CCW or EDC pistol, it’s actually designed and meant for competition purposes. MSRP is a little over $3,800+. (GRH)