Name that Gun

Discussion in 'General Firearms & Ammo' started by Texas1911, Oct 17, 2008.

  1. Texas1911

    Texas1911 TGT Addict

    May 29, 2017
    Austin, TX
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    No cheating by looking at the picture URL. Give it a wild guess.

    How this works is, when you get it right you post another gun for us to guess.
     


  2. Vellcrow

    Vellcrow Active Member

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    That is an HK P11 underwater pistol.

    Here is my entry:

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  3. malladus

    malladus Active Member

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    High Standard HS-10B 12 gauge shotgun

    You can tell the difference between the B and the A by the lack of the carrying handle with the flashlight that is on the A model.

    How about this one:

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  4. Vellcrow

    Vellcrow Active Member

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    MAG-7 shotgun

    Here is another entry:

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  5. idleprocess

    idleprocess Active Member

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    DFW.com
    EDIT: Evidently, I can't read.
     
  6. idleprocess

    idleprocess Active Member

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    I can't name it, but it's an actual semi-automatic revolver (as opposed to double-action). I can't remember whether it's gas or recoil-operated.
     
  7. AviatorDave

    AviatorDave New Member

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    Wow, they obviously were focusing on function and ignoring form when they built that auto-revolver.
     
  8. Vellcrow

    Vellcrow Active Member

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    idleprocess,

    you have to name it for it to count... :)
     
  9. malladus

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    Mateba Model 6 Unica

    Supposedly holds the title on only automatic revolver in production since the Webley-Fosbery went out of production in the 40s. Its a double action revolver, recoil operated. when it fires, the upper portion of the frame recoils and cocks the hammer and turns the cylinder. Its not as obvious because it lacks the weird grooves that you see in the W-F.

    How about this one:

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  10. Vellcrow

    Vellcrow Active Member

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    Hotchkiss "type Universal" sub gun

    Here is another...good luck!

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