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Pistols - USA

ASP

The ASP pistol has been developed by American gunsmith Paris Theodore in early 1970s. It is believed that the design was inspired by some US government organisation(s) which required a compact and powerful handgun for its undercover agents, operating worldwide. Some years later (circa 1982-83), s...

Bren Ten

Bren Ten pistol was developed by Dornhaus and Dixion company in the USA in 1983, and was manufactured until ca. 1986 when Dornhaus and Dixion left the business. Bren Ten is known as a first factory manufactured handgun to be chambered for the powerful 10mm auto cartridge, developed by Norma.

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Bushmaster Carbon 15 Type 21 - 21S / 97 - 97S

It`s higly doubtfull that any other country than the USA whould call this maniac design a "Pistol" or for that reason make it available to it`s citizens.
for all practical means this IS a Cut off Rifle fireing a rifle bullet, so it`s highly unsure how a rifle bullet whould behave in such a short...

Calico M950

The Calico M950 is a semi-automatic pistol (and can also be classified as a carbine-type weapon), manufactured by Calico Light Weapons Systems in the USA. Its main feature, along with all the other guns of the Calico system, is to feed from a proprietary helical magazine mounted on top, available...

Colt All-American Model 2000

This 9 mm, double-action-only, polymer-framed, rotating barrel pistol was designed by Reed Knight and was Colt`s attempt to reclaim part of the market in police handguns. Introduced in 1991, it was not successful and was dropped from production in 1993.

Colt Combat Commander

The Colt Combat Commander is an American pistol. It is a variant of the Colt Mk IV Series 80 pistol with a shorter slide and barrel, and constructed around a lightweight aluminium frame. The Colt Combat Commander has been produced since 1983 in the .45 ACP and .38 Super calibre cartridges with ei...

Colt Delta Elite

The Delta Elite is a 1911A1 pistol re-designed to fire the 10mm Auto cartridge. It has a slightly different frame than the standard "Series 80" pistols and a different recoil system. Unfortunately, they are no longer produced by Colt, having been made from 1987 through the mid 1990s. However they...

Colt Double Eagle

The Colt Double Eagle is an American double-action service pistol based on the Colt M1911-A1 produced in several versions since 1990. The standard
Colt Double Eagle is chambered for the 10 mm Auto or .45 ACP cartridge which it takes from an 8-round magazine and has a 5-inch barrel. A `Combat Com...

Colt Junior

The Colt Junior was Colt's second attempt at a .25 caliber Vest Pocket size pistol. The components for these guns were manufactured by Astra (Spain) for Colt. The importation of these pistols ceased with the 1968 GCA. The earliest examples were manufactured with black plastic grips and later exam...

Colt M1911/M1911A1

The history of the Colt M1911 Pistol began in early 1900s, when famous designer John M. Browning began to develop semi-automatic pistols for Colt company. In the 1906-1907 U.S. Army announced trials to replace its service revolvers with new, semi-automatic pistol. Army required the new pistol to ...

Colt MkIV Officer`s ACP / LW

The Colt Officer`s ACP is an American pistol. It is a very compact variant of the Colt Mk IV Series 80 with a 37.5 mm shorter slide and 10 mm shorter frame produced since 1985. The pistol is chambered for the .45 ACP cartridge which it takes from a six round capacity magazine.

Colt MkIV Series 80

The Colt Mk IV Series 80 is a series of American pistols of the M1911 family, produced since 1983 in .45 ACP, .38 Super and .380 Auto calibres with an 8-, 9- and 7-round respectively magazine capacity depending upon calibre.

Colt MkIV Series 80 Government Model

The Colt Government Model (one of the Colt MKIV Series 80 range) is an American semi-automatic service pistol derived from the Colt M1911-A1 but with a smaller frame, slide and barrel. The Colt Government Model is chambered for the .45 ACP or .380 Auto cartridge which it takes from a 7-round maga...

Colt MkIV Series 80 Model Elite IX Gold Gup National Match

Another MkIV Series 80 Variation.

Colt MkIV Series 80 Model Mustang

The Colt Mustang is a series of American small service pistols of the Colt MKIV Series 80 range chambered for the .380 ACP cartridge which they take from a 6-round magazine. The Colt Mustang series have a 70 mm long barrel, fixed sights and come in two basic variations, the standard and the light...

Colt Model 1900

The Colt Model 1900 is the first Browning designed automatic pistol model licensed to and manufactured by Colt Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company.

Disassembly instructions:

Always make sure pistol is unloaded!

1. Open up a large paper clip.

2. Cock hammer and remove magazine

3...

Colt Model 1902 Sporting/Military

Colt Model 1902 Sporting Model - During this period of production, guns with odd numbered serial numbers were fitted with rounded hammers and guns with even numbered serial numbers were fitted with spur hammers. These guns lacked the slide lock and lanyard loop as seen on the 1902 Military Model....

Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammer

Disassembly Instructions:

Always make sure pistol is unloaded!

1. Remove magazine

2. Depress spring loaded concave plug 1/8". Depressing the plug releases tension on the slide lock

3. With the left side of the pistol facing down, depress plug completely while pushing on right side of ...

Colt Model 1903/1908 Pocket Hammerless

The Colt M1903 was an American semi-automatic pistol manufactured under licence as a version of the Browning 1903. The Colt M1903 was produced in .32 ACP calibre and took an 8-round magazine.
The Colt M1908 was more or less the same gun in a diffrent calibre.

Colt Model 1905 Military

A Version cutted for holster stock was produced in a small number (440 of witch only 408 where shipped with holster stock)

Colt Model 1908 Vest Pocket

The Model 1908 Vest Pocket is a compact, hammerless, striker-fired, semi-automatic single action pistol. Manufactured by the Colt`s Manufacturing Company from 1908 to 1948, it was marketed as a small concealable firearm which could be easily tucked into a gentleman`s vest pocket for unobtrusive c...

Combat Elite Ten/Forty

Elite Ten/Forty Pistol came with two barrels, two recoil springs and two magazines in caliber 10 mm and .40 Smith and Wesson.
Vague references indicate that only a few were made (300-500).

Coonan

A large caliber pistol based upon the Colt M1911A1, but with modifications to fire the rimmed .357 Magnum round.
These modifications included the lengthening of the grip to facilitate the longer round, and a total redesign of the
magazine. The gun is entirely made up out of stainless steel, a...

Goncz High-Tech GA-9

The Goncz GA-9 High Tech pistol was developed by the Goncz Armament Inc (North Hollywood, California, USA), and manufactured in very limited numbers between circa 1984 and 1990. The Goncz GA-9 pistol belonged to the almost useless class of "assault pistols" which, while having the size and weight...

Kahr K9

This is wery popular gun for concealed carry and self-defence.
It is recoil operated, locked breech design.

La France RSB Silenced Pistol

The La France RSB Silencer coupled to the Ruger MK II .22 LR pistol is remarkable combination. The RSB is the quietest silencer made – the sound reduction of this product has no equal. In fact, the RSB is quieter than CO2 pellet guns. The RSB pistol incorporates a specially ported barrel that red...

Liberator

The liberator Pistol was a cheaply made, single-shot pistol made in America in 1942 for supply to resistance and guerrilla forces in enemy countries. A million were made and distributed freely. Five loose cartridges can be carried in the hollow butt; ejection of the empty case must be done by usi...

Mauser M2

Mauser is german name and german firearms company. Howewer, this particular gun was developed and manufactured in USA by international company SIGARMS, which purchased the right to use Mauser name for handguns from its original owner, Mauser werke in Germany.

The Mauser M2 is a recoil operated...

Ruger 22/45 / 22/45 Mark III

In 1992, Sturm, Ruger introduced the original Ruger 22/45 pistol, which featured a fiberglass-reinforced polymer grip frame that virtually replicated the look and feel of the popular 1911 Model .45 ACP pistol. Its familiar grip shape and angle, pushbutton magazine latch and the location of its ma...

Ruger LC9

The Ruger LC9 (standing for "Lightweight Compact 9mm") is a 9mm caliber, recoil-operated, locked breech, double action only, semi-automatic pistol announced by Sturm, Ruger & Co. at the 2011 SHOT Show. This pistol has safety features, including but not limited to a loaded chamber indicat...

Ruger LCP

The Ruger LCP (Lightweight Compact Pistol) is a subcompact, .380 ACP pocket pistol announced by Sturm, Ruger at the 2008 SHOT Show. The pistol lacks certain features required for sale in California or Massachusetts.

Overview
Weighing just 9.4 oz (266.5 g) this is Ruger`s fir...

Ruger MKI / MKII / MKIII

There are few firearms enthusiasts who do not already know how the Ruger story began with the appearance of a small advertisement in the pages of the American Rifleman in the summer of 1949, heralding “The .22 RUGER pistol... the first overall improvement in automatic pistol design since the Brow...

Savage 1907 / 1915 / 1917

All savage pistols look similar, though there are three different models: the 1907 with large grip serrations on the side and serrated hammer; the 1915 with similar slide serrations, a grip safety and no hammer; and the 1917 with thinner grip serrations , a spur hammer and a wedge-shaped grip. An...

Serbu ROF

The ROF has a fairly standard open-bolt type of action, and was designed and built primarily as an exercise in building a complete gun, mostly from scratch. The only parts which were bought and left unmodified are the flash hider and the pistol grip. Those parts, as well as the trigger, safety an...

Smith & Wesson Bodyguard 380

The Smith & Wesson Bodyguard 380 is a compact semi-automatic pistol produced by Smith & Wesson chambered for the .380 ACP cartridge.

Design details
The frame is made of polymer, while the barrel, receiver, and other vital parts are made from steel. The trigger is double-actio...

Smith & Wesson Model 1913

The Smith & Wesson Model 1913 is a center fire semi-automatic pistol introduced by Smith & Wesson in 1913. This pistol was also known as the model 35 which was produced from 1913 to 1921. Approximately 8,350 were built and this gun was chambered in the .35 S&W Auto cartridge. It featured...

Smith & Wesson Model 39

The Smith and Wesson Model 39 was the first U.S. designed double action (DA) semi-automatic pistol marketed in the United States. The German Walther P-38 DA pistol impressed American ordnance personnel during World War 2. The Army Ordnance Corps issued a proposal for an American equivalent to the...

Smith & Wesson Model 59

The Smith and Wesson Model 59 was a variant of the Smith and Wesson Model 39 pistol with a larger, fourteen-round capacity, magazine and a straight rear edge to the butt.

Springfield Government Model 1911 A1

The Springfield Government Model 1911 A1 is an American single-action semi-automatic service pistol based on the Colt M1911-A1. The
Springfield Government Model 1911 A1 is chambered for the 9 mm Parabellum cartridge which it takes from a 9-round magazine, has a 5-inch barrel and fixed sights.

Springfield P9

The Springfield P9 was an American semi-automatic pistol. The Springfield P9 was the Czech CZ75 made for the American Springfield Armoury with some minor cosmetic changes from 1989 to 1993. The Springfield P9 was chambered for the 9 mm Parabellum cartridge which it took from a 16-round magazine a...

Springfield PDP Defender 1911 A1

The Springfield PDP Defender 1911 A1 is a single-action service and sporting semi-automatic pistol based on the Colt M1911-A1. The
Springfield PDP Defender 1911 A1 is chambered for the .45 ACP cartridge which it takes from an 8-round magazine, has a 5-inch barrel and adjustable sights.

 

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