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We need some more pics here so I'll put up some of mine, starting with our favorite pocket pistol:



Ruger SR9:



Cimarron 1872 .44 Special:



Dan Wesson Commander Classic Bobtail .45:



Ruger Super Single Six engraved by Jeff Flannery:




Walther PP Sport .22:



1982 Colt SAA .45 150th Anniversary Engraved Sampler:



Dirk Pitt's favorite, Colt Combat Elite .45:



Colt 1908 Vest Pocket .25:



S&W 686 .357:



S&W Model 40-1:



S&W Performance Center Schofield .45:



Winchester 1873 .44-40 made in 1881:



Browning Twelvette 12 gauge:



Henry Goldenboy .17 HMR:



1967 Colt Bat Masterson commemorative .22:



DWM .30 caliber Luger:



Dirty Harry's S&W Model 29 .44 Magnum:



Kahr PM45, the world's smallest/lightest .45:



Colt Frontier Six Shooter .44-40:



Isaac Bell's 1903 Colt Pocket Hammerless .32:



Walther PPS:



Colt SAA .44 Special:



Walther PPK engraved by Michael Gouse:



S&W .32 Safety Hammerless made in 1893 with factory S&W pearl handles, engraved by Michael Gouse:



HK P7:



S&W 624 .44 Special engraved by Michael Gouse as a tribute to Skeeter Skelton (with Skeeter's design birdseye maple handles by Bear Hug Grips):





 

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Wow, I'm standing here in awe, makes my little collection look very humble, indeed! Very nice. How do you like the Dan Wesson bobtail? I have always thought that looks very useable...
Mike
 

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Wow, thats a great collection. ;) Thats a tough post to follow :)
 

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Thanks everybody!

Ooben: I've only had the Dan Wesson for around 2 weeks. I am blown away by how well built, fitted, accurate, and ergonomic it is. The Novak/Trijicon night sights, with the green front and yellow rear dots, are very easy to use. The polished flats and matte top/bottom is gorgeous. The stocks are amazingly handsome with the Allen head screws. The trigger pull breaks at a super crisp 5 lbs 2 oz with zero overtravel due to the adjustable stop. The extended grip safety, thumb safety, and mag release are perfect. The checkering on the front strap makes the gun feel like it's glued to your hands. The Bobtail mainspring housing makes you never want to hold a standard 1911 again. My Colt Combat Elite feels like a brick compared to the glove like fit of this Dan Wesson. When I shake my Colt, it rattles loudly due to the poor slide to frame fit. The DW is absolutely silent.

Pictures say a thousand words, so here's 3,000 more words to describe the DW:







Dan Wesson Commander Classic Bobtail .45's are on www.GunBroker.com for around $975 including shipping and FFL transfer. I cannot find a better bang for the buck in the 1911 market. Wilson, Baer, STI, etc 1911's are easily $2000, $2500, $3000, to $3500. Colts are $1000+. The DW's are available full size or Commander in 10mm or .45 and I think anyone considering a quality 1911 should give them their full consideration. Awesome guns!
 

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Fantastic collection. And 5 stars on the presentation. Awesome comes to mind,thanks for sharing.
 

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That is a very stricking collection. One thing for me to be a little jealous over the fine firearms but jesh, even the photograpy is amazing.
 

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yup, indeed one hell of a great collection. Love those engraved peaces. nice photos to.
 
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