Reform .25ACP

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    gun runner john
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    (10/17/02 4:18:44 pm)
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    Here's your dream CCW pistol, action of a revolver, but flat like a semi-auto!

    Reform .25ACP




    Reform Pistol With Barrel Assembly Removed


    Xracer
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    (10/17/02 4:36:14 pm)
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    Geez, John. When are you gonna open a "Weird-o Gun Museum"?

    kdub01
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    (10/17/02 5:01:53 pm)
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    John -

    Does the barrel frame elevate with each shot, or does the firing pin move up and down? Looks sorta neat!
    "Keep Off The Ridgeline"

    gun runner john
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    (10/17/02 6:17:48 pm)
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    The barrel assembly indexes up as each shot it fired. A small amount of gas is used from the shot to eject the previously fired brass, the large hammer deflects the brass from coming into your face (hopefully). To reload, you just pull the barrel assembly out, pry out the 4th casing (no gas to eject it), and pop four more rounds into it, and put it back into the frame. Not exactly a speed reload...

    I already have the weird gun museum, it's on-line!


    kdub01
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    sounds like someone was a genius 'way back when!
    "Keep Off The Ridgeline"

    Xracer
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    (10/18/02 7:47:43 am)
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    Hey John.....how about a link to that Weird Gun Museum of yours.

    gun runner john
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    (10/18/02 8:30:30 am)
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    Ask, and you will receive. Here's the link to my C&R pistol collection. I don't have everything I own there, but most of it is represented.

    guns.will-enterprises.com/

    gpostal
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    (10/18/02 8:30:15 pm)
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    nice very nice

    Tac401
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    (10/19/02 9:16:21 pm)
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    Ditto what GP said GRJ! Very nice collection!
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    gun runner john
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    Too bad I have no money anymore!


    SkiingFool1974
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    Who needs money when you have those beauties in your safe?

    Bob In St Louis
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    (10/22/02 6:38:43 am)
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    Money - ah, what a dilema. Seems that when I do have the cash (rarely!) there is nothing to be had, but when a whole bunch of things show up on the auction sites that make me drool - no cashola.

    The first weekend in November is the St. Louis Antique Arms Association gunshow in Washington, Missouri. This is our "display" show, where awards are given out for the best displayed collections. I am currently working something up with the 9mm Largo weapons in my collection - Astras, Stars, Llamas, JoLoArs, Destroyer carbines -- Pretty much got in mind what to display, now have to work on the presentation.
    Crusty Cruffler of Fine Spanish Pistols - Eibar Rules!