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...what would it be? I'd pick a 4" Colt Diamondback .38 like John Wayne carried in "Brannigan". Ubercool!
 

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bestseller92v2.0 said:
...what would it be? I'd pick a 4" Colt Diamondback .38 like John Wayne carried in "Brannigan". Ubercool!
Got one.

I think I'd like to have a .22 Diamondback with the 2.5" barrel, just to make a complete set with my 4" and 6".

Second choice would be a post-1972 Colt Dick Spec, to screw the 3" barrel I bought from Numrich 20 years ago onto.

Third choice would be a nice postwar but pre-Mark IV Colt Government Model in .45, or even .38 Super. I'm this close to getting a reasonable facsimile together from parts, but an original would be better.
 

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I'd also love to have an old Colt .25, .32 or .380 auto. Or all three.
 

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East German Makarov in good shape!

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Got one of those! :thumbsup:

Along the lines of what Bestseller said, I'd like a functioning copy of each of JMB's marketed handguns.
 

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Broomhandle Mauser 1896, with the detachable box magazines and 9x19 caliber.

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Especially one of those 100 year old 40 round magazines. :shocked:
 

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I'd also like an old Colt 1911 in .38 Super. And it's been double-digit years since I've seen it, but didn't Burt Reynolds also pack a 4" Diamondback in "Sharky's Machine"? I seem to recall the line "...it bites".
 

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This is for you bestseller, Top to bottom. .25 .32 .380[attachment=0:2d5jkir2]DSC_0006 (600 x 402).jpg[/attachment:2d5jkir2]
 

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Splendid stable of Colts, bearcat6 - thanks!
 
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