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Glock 17 Pistol
The Glock 34 Pistol
Short-barreled pistol Glock 34 Gen.4
Glock 35 Pistol
CZ 75 Pistol
Beretta 92 «Taurus PT99»
Colt pistol – 1911 Taurus
Revolver Alfa Para (Classic 9241) NEW
Viking/MR-446
Walther P.38
S-TT 7,62х25 sport pistol
Margolin pistol (MCM)
Shooting pistol «Margo» (MCM-K)
TOZ-35M pistol
Sport pistol IZH-35
9mm Makarov self-loading sport pistol (S-PM)
Taurus 94 cal. 22LR revolver, blue steel
TOZ-49M sport revolver
MR-79-9 TM Makarych pistol
P226 TK-Pro pistol
Browning Hi-Power (HP)
9 mm Baikal-442 pistol
EZ-9 pistol
ISSC M22 pistol
GSH-18С pistol NEW
Sauer Silver Citi Marshal revolver NEW
Armscor-A1 (.45) pistol NEW

 

 

Glock 17 Pistol

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The Glock 17 pistol (with a 17-round magazine) was designed by Austrian company Glock. It was the first attempt of the company to produce a pistol which turned out extremely successful. The Glock 17, a reliable and easy-to-use short-barreled semi-automatic pistol, was adopted by the Austrian military under the designation of P80. Later the Glock 17 and its modifications have taken place among the most popular pistols for police and self-defense.

Caliber, mm — 9 × 19
Length, mm — 186
Barrel length, mm — 114
Weight (without magazine), gram — 625
Magazine capacity – 17 rounds

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The Glock 34 Pistol

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The Glock 34 is a modification of the basic model Glock 17, and is a somewhat shortened version of the Glock 17L pistol. The Glock 34 was created mainly for the consumer market. It is a weapon for regular sports firing, training and practical shooting competitions. Besides, it is used by various US police departments.

Caliber, mm — 9 × 19
Length, mm — 207
Barrel length, mm — 135
Weight (without magazine), gram — 650
Magazine capacity – 17 rounds

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Short-barreled pistol Glock 34 Gen.4

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Glock 34 Gen.4 is the fourth generation of the Glock 34 model. We offer it in the enclosure used by special units which is manufactured by the Israeli company Fab Defence.

Caliber, mm — 9 × 19
Length, mm — 207
Barrel length, mm — 135
Weight (without magazine), gram — 650
Magazine capacity – 17 rounds

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Glock 35 Pistol

In 1998 together with the sports pistol Glock 34 pistol chambered for 9 × 19 mm Parabellum the company Glock released a similar model – the Glock 35 which is chambered for .40 S & W. In contrast to the standard model (the Glock 17) the Glock 35 has the same modifications as the Glock 34. The main difference is that it is chambered for .40 S&W. The developers also lengthened the slide adding a slit on its top front part and making its front edges beveled. The barrel was elongated too. The last round stopper and the magazine catch of the Glock 35 became bigger. The modified model requires less force to pull the trigger and usually is equipped with an adjustable sighting system instead of a regular one.

Caliber, mm — 10 × 22 (.40 S & W)
Length, mm — 207
Barrel length, mm — 135
Height, mm — 138
Width, mm — 30
Rifling — right-sided, hexagonal, with a 250 mm pitch
Weight (without magazine), kg — 0,695
Weight (loaded), kg — 1020
Magazine capacity — 15 rounds (optional 10, 17)

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CZ 75 Pistol

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The CZ 75 is a pistol developed in Czechoslovakia in 1975. It was designed by brothers Josef and Frantisek Koucky city Ugric Brod. In 1977 they launched the full-scale production of the pistol. It is one of the most popular guns among the sportsmen of the Practical Shooting Federation of Russia (FPSR). In the Czech Republic nowadays it is mostly used by the police.

Caliber, mm — 9×19
Length, mm — 209
Barrel length, mm — 114
Weight, kg — 1,170
Magazine capacity – 18 rounds

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The Beretta 92 «Taurus PT99»

The Taurus PT 99 is the Beretta 92 variant with a fully adjustable one. This pistol, as well as its Italian ancestor uses ammunition 9×19, and apparently initially did not differ much from the original. Immediately striking is that the gun is clearly not easy, this is evidenced first of all by its dimensions and the fact that its design does not use alloys or plastics. In general, I must say that the pistol is sustained in a fairly strict classical style, which obviously does not appeal to fans of the Glock, the latest FN pistols and others.

During the entire production of the Taurus PT 99 pistol, its individual parts underwent a change.
The most noteworthy change that made the Taurus PT 99 pistol safer was the addition of a safe trigger release. Implemented it is quite convenient and allows you to safely pull the trigger with a minimum of manipulation with the gun. The trigger of the gun is safely lowered with the help of a fuse switch, which has the ability to move down.

Caliber, mm – 9 × 19
Barrel length, mm – 127
Capacity of the magazine, cartridges – 15 (17)

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The Colt pistol – 1911 Taurus

The Taurus PT 1911 is a living classic. This pistol was designed the early twentieth century by the great gunmaker John Browning at the commission of Colt’s Manufacturing Company/ Its modern version PT 1911 is chambered for 9mm, has a massive heavy barrel the outer diameter of which is similar to pistols chambered for .45 ACP. Being suitable for a more powerful .45 ACP cartridge, the pistol loaded with a less powerful 9 mm cartridge provides moderate gun recoil and very long service life.

Caliber — 9 × 19
Length, mm — 216
Barrel length, mm — 127
Empty weight, gram — 1077
Magazine capacity – 9 rounds

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Revolver Alfa Para (Classic 9241)

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The Alfa Para 9241 revolver is produced by the Czech company Alfa-Proj. It is designed for sport shooting. The model is equipped with a double action trigger and firing system. The hammer of the revolver is place externally. The sighting system of Alfa Para 9241 consists of a steel front sight with a red marker and an adjustable rear sight. The latter can be adjusted both horizontally and vertically.

Caliber, mm — 9
Weight, g — 995
Length, mm — 243
Barrel length, mm — 103
Firing range, m — 25
Cylinder capacity – 6 rounds

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Viking/MR-446

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The MR-446 Viking pistol was developed in the late nineties at the Izhevsk Mechanical Factory in Russia. It was designed on the basis of The MP-443 Grach (or Yarigin pistol) that in 2003 was included in the inventory of the Russian Armed Forces and the Interior Ministry. Short-barreled MR-446 Viking was created as a sports weapon for export. It differs from Grach mainly by frame material (resin instead of steel), sights, and the shape of some parts.

Caliber, mm — 9 × 19
Weight, kg — 0.9
Length, mm — 190
Barrel length, mm — 114.5
Firing range, m — 50
Magazine capacity – 17 rounds

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Walther P.38

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Pistol Walther P.38. The history of one of the most famous German pistols — Walther P.38 begins with the appearance in the 1920s of the need to adopt a new standard short-barreled personal weapon for the Reichswehr, forced to limit itself in armaments to the terms of the Treaty of Versailles. In 1929, German gunsmiths secretly began work on the creation of new-generation pistols with modern combat and service-operational qualities.

The gun was adopted in the Wehrmacht in 1938 under the name P38. Over time, he replaced Luger’s gun (although not completely) and became the most massive pistol of the German army. It was produced not only in the territory of the Third Reich, but also on the territory of Belgium and occupied Czechoslovakia.

During the war, especially in the second half, production technology was simplified for the sake of reducing labor intensity, therefore, military pistols have a coarser finish and even a simplified design (without an indication of the presence of a cartridge in the chamber).

Caliber, mm – 9 × 19 Parabellum
Length, mm – 216
Barrel length, mm – 125
Weight (without cartridges), gr – 880
Effective range, m – 50
Store capacity, pcs – 8

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The S-TT 7,62х25 sport pistol

The sporting gun S-TT is no different from its combat prototype. It is chambered for the original 7,62х25 cartridge. The TT is a semi-automatic pistol that uses a short recoil tilting-barrel system either on the swinging link as it was initially designed by John Browning. Its single action trigger and firing mechanism is hammer-based which means it allows firing only after pre-cocking the hammer. The model has no safety catch. The sighting system of the TT pistol is exterior and not adjustable.
In the USSR the production of TT pistols continued until 1953. In the 60s the Soviet Army completely abandoned this gun in favor of the Makarov pistol. The police followed suit in the 70s.
We offer the S-TT pistol with original stamps and markings.

Caliber, mm — 7.62 × 25 Tokarev
Empty weight, kg — 0.85
Length, mm — 195
Barrel length, mm — 116
Width — 28
Height, mm — 130
Magazine capacity — 8 rounds

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The Margolin pistol (MCM)

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The Margolin target shooting pistol is a .22 LR pistol primarily used for competitive target shooting. It was designed by Mikhail Margolin in 1948 at the Izhevsk Mechanical Factory in Russia and is still considered one of the best sport target pistons for beginners in the world. The parameters of this short-barreled gun correspond to the ones of a standard-class competition pistol that meets the requirements of the International Shooting Union.

Caliber, mm — 5,6 (.22LR)
Length, mm — 245
Barrel length, mm — 130
Weight, g — 900
Magazine capacity – 5 or 9 rounds

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Shooting Pistol «Margo» (MCM)

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In 1990 in our country appeared a small 5.6-mm sports-training pistol MTSM-K, created by the designer Izhmeh VA. Yarygin. Initially, the 5.6 mm pistol was positioned by the Izhevsk gunsmiths as a sports and training weapon, which received a poetic name for export — «Margo», intended for sports training shooting in sport shooting galleries and at shooting stands. However, due to its small mass-size characteristics, the lack of protruding parts, good accuracy of shooting and the rather high stopping action of the soft shell-free bullet of the 5.6-mm target cartridge, it was recognized abroad as a simple, reliable and inexpensive weapon of self-defense.
When developing a pistol MMC-K VA. Yarygin significantly shortened the barrel of the gun (from 130 to 98 mm), modified the frame and changed the adjustable aiming devices to an unregulated bar. From the Martolin sports pistol, the Margo pistol «Margo» received very good ergonomics. It was distinguished by a comfortable and comfortable grip, good handling of the weapon in shooting and aiming, as well as high combat qualities.

Caliber, mm – 5.6 (.22LR)
Length, mm – 193
Barrel length, mm – 98
Initial speed of the bullet, m / s – 305-320
Store capacity, pcs – 7

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The TOZ-35M pistol

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The TOZ-35M is a Soviet single shot target pistol designed in 1959-1961, first produced in 1962 and modified in 1975. It is chambered for 5.6 mm. Its accuracy of fire (average diameter of dispersion) is 25 mm, which is close to that of sporting rifles. The weapon is provided with an ejector mechanism and a set trigger that is used to adjust the required pull weight (the range of adjustment is 5 to 30 grams). The position of a trigger can be changed according to the length of fingers. The unique feature of such pistols is that its trigger can rotate around the vertical axis depending on the desired direction of pressure.

Caliber, mm – 5.6 (.22LR)
Weight, g — 1200-1400
Magazine capacity — singly charged

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Sport pistol IZH-35

IZH-35 is a rapid fire sport pistol first developed at the Izhevsk Mechanical Factory in 1973. Pistols IZH-35 and IZH-35M for a long time were a weapon of choice for the Soviet National sport shooting team. These guns were used to win 12 Olympic gold medals. In 1998-2000 the German arms manufacturer Walther modified IZH-35 to produce a budget beginner standard gun under the label of KSP200. Basically it is like IZH-35 but with a different handle and coated metal parts.

Caliber, mm — 5,6 (.22LR)
Barrel length, mm — 153
The length of the sighting, mm — 220
Pull force, adjustable, N — 10-25
Adjustable length of pull of the trigger, mm — 1-2.5
Magazine capacity – 6 rounds
Overall dimensions — 300 × 150 × 50
Weight with magazine without cartridges, kg — not more than 1.34

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The 9mm Makarov self-loading sport pistol (S-PM)

The 9х18 mm S-PM model is a sport variation of the Makarov pistol (PM) developed by the Soviet gunmaker Nikolai Makarov in 1948 and used as a personal weapon in the Soviet and post-Soviet armed forces and law enforcement. The PM was the first light weapon to appear in space as it featured in a personal astronaut kit aboard the «Vostok» spaceship.
The Makarov pistol is still used by the armed and security forces in a number of countries in the world due to its simplicity and reliability. In Russia it is being gradually replaced the Yarygin pistol or the PMM though the PM remains in service too. It is known to be highly accurate for a compact weapon.

Caliber, mm — 9 × 18
Length — 161
Weight without cartridges, kg — 0.73
Magazine capacity — 8 rounds
Sighting range, m – 25

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The Taurus 94 cal. 22LR revolver, blue steel

The Taurus 94 is a classic revolver with a double action trigger and firing mechanism. It is an excellent weapon for training and competitions that that allows conducting rapid fire both at still and moving targets. As in is chambered for the rimfire 22lr ammo, shooting the Taurus 94 is comfortable and affordable. Its lightweight barrel 4 inches long shifts the center of gravity closer to the cylinder which makes it easier to quickly move the gun from target to target reserving its benefits as a targeted weapon.
The Taurus 94 has a double action trigger and a sight that can be adjusted both horizontally and vertically. For the first shot to be fired, the hammer is cocked manually. The trigger here requires a short and mild pull. After that the hammer is self-cocking, and the trigger is pulled smoothly and without steps.

Caliber, mm — 5,6 (.22 LR)
Weight, kg — 0.9
Barrel length, mm — 102 (4 inches)
Capacity of cylinder – 9 rounds

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The TOZ-49M sport revolver

The 7.62 mm TOZ-49M sport revolver is designed for target shooting at fixed targets, both round and silhouette ones. It is ideal for shooting rooms with targets situated at a distance of 25 m. The revolver is suitable for all types of macroclimate areas, except for regions with a humid tropical climate.

Caliber, mm — 7.62
Cylinder capacity – 6 rounds
Barrel length, mm — 150
Dimensions, mm — 300 × 50 × 150
Weight without accessories, kg — 1.15

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The MR-79-9 TM Makarych pistol

The MR-79-9 TM Makarych is a non-lethal pistol with the ability to fire ammunition with rubber bullets. There are several variations of the Makarych all based on the Soviet Makarov pistol. As their combat prototype is well-known in post-Soviet countries, the traumatic models are popular and consistently in high demand as civilian self-defense weapons. The main advantage of the traumatic pistols is that their design and configuration is similar to the combat PM. It makes the Makarych pistols one of the most reliable traumatic weapons that are easy to handle especially for those who had experience with the PM. They are also affordable due to relatively low price of spare parts and accessories.
The MR-79-9 TM is a traumatic gun chambered for 9mm ammo. It is available on sale since September 2007.

Weight, g — 630
Overall dimensions — 161 × 127 × 30
Magazine capacity — 8 + 1 round

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The P226 TK-Pro pistol

The P226 TK-Pro pistol was released in 2015 by the Russian company Techkrim from Izhevsk. Its structure is similar to the Sig-Sauer P226 pistol that has been in constant demand since 1983 and is adopter the US Army and the armed forces of New Zealand, Egypt and Israel. The work of the P226 TK-Pro is based on the short recoil principle. It uses the double action hammer-based trigger and firing mechanism. The trigger is two-stage.
The gun is equipped with the Weaver rail that makes it possible to connect a laser aiming device or a tactical flashlight. The P226 TK-Pro has a double-column magazine that holds 15 cartridges.

Caliber, mm — 9 × 19 Para
Length, mm — 196
Barrel length, mm — 112
Dimensions: height — 140, width — 38
Weight (without magazine), kg — 0.802
Magazine capacity – 15 rounds

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The Browning Hi-Power (HP)

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The Browning Hi-Power (HP) is a single-action, semi-automatic handgun available in 9mm and .40 S&W calibers. It is based on a design by American firearms inventor John Browning, and completed by Belgian small arms designer Dieudonne Saive. The pistol was created for the French army, but was never put into service there. However, its various modifications were used by many countries during the Second World War and later.
The High-Power name alludes to the 13-round magazine capacity, which in 1935 was almost twice times the capacity of the nearest competitors — Luger P08 (8 rounds) and Mauser 1910 (9 rounds). It is still most often called simply the «Hi Power», even in Belgium.
Genuine Browning Hi-Power P-35s are still manufactured by FN Herstal of Belgium and Portugal, and under license by Fabricaciones Militares (FM) of Argentina.
Since its creation in 1935 he gun, worldwide known as the Browning High Power, was adopted by the armies of some 55 countries. It remains is one of the most popular and reliable combat pistols in the world alongside with the other creation of john browning, Colt M1911.

Caliber, mm — 9 × 19 Parabellum
Length, mm — 200
Barrel length mm — 118
Weight, kg — 0,885
Magazine capacity – 13 rounds

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The 9 mm Baikal-442 pistol

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The 9 mm Baikal-442 is an upgrade of the Makarov pistol (the PMM). It is an export sport version chambered for 9 × 18mm. In September 2015 it was certified for sale in Russia as a sports and training gun. The Baikal-442 was developed in the early 1990s as part of the process of development of a new Grach pistol. It took part in the competition for a new army pistol under the designation Grach-3.
70% of the parts of the modified Makarov pistol are interchangeable with the original PM. The upgrade has a reinforced frame and a heavier slide. The cartridge chamber of the PMM is equipped with spiral grooves which allow for the usage of high-impulse 9 × 18mm cartridges. As a result maximum pressure in the barrel increased by 15% and the recoil became slightly stronger.
The PMM has a double-column magazine that becomes single-column at its mouth. This scheme made it possible to do without changing the design of the frame and the slide. The magazine floor plate slightly extends forward supporting the palm and accelerating reloading. The handle shape became more comfortable which improved aiming and point shooting with the right hand. At the back end of the handle there is checkering for a more secure hold. Better holding and grasping may significantly improve the accuracy of shooting.

Caliber, mm — 9 × 18 PM
Length, mm — 165
Weight without cartridges, kg — 0.76
Weight with cartridges, kg — 0.88
Sighting range, m — 50
Magazine capacity — 12 rounds

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The EZ-9 pistol

 

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The EZ-9 is an analogue of the legendary R226 pistol. It is a semi-automatic weapon that functions on the principle of the short recoil of the barrel. The EZ-9 is adopted into service by the police, military and special units of the Serbian republic. The pistol has a symmetric control system — it can be operated with both hands. The sighting system with white dots facilitates aiming in conditions of limited visibility. Optical and electronic devices can be mounted on the barrel.
The barrel is made of high quality alloy steel. The frame is made of aluminum alloy. The handle is made of impact-resistant polymer. The pistol features standard blued finish of all parts except for aluminum details that receive phosphate coating before being painted over.

Caliber, mm — 9
Length, mm — 198
Barrel length, mm — 108
Height, mm — 140
Empty weight, kg — 0.95
Magazine capacity — 15 rounds

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ISSC M22 pistol

 

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Austrian sports pistol ISSC M22 from the company Austrian Sporting Arms is a small-bore copy of the Glock pistol. M22 differs from the «older brother» not only in the caliber and principle of operation of the automation, but also in the design of the USM — the drummer instead of the hammer one; system of protection from an accidental shot — a flag safety device and an internal fuse activated with a special key.
Nevertheless, it is obvious that for an aspiring shooter or just for a budget-friendly recreational shooter, the M22 will be almost a real Glock, within the limits of a shooting range in no way inferior to this legendary pistol.

Caliber, mm – 5.6 (.22 LR)

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GSH-18С pistol

 

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With the advent and recognition of Glock 17, many firms and countries have tried to create a competitor for him, using the principles laid down in Glock. One of these pistols was GS-18, created by the great Soviet and Russian gunsmiths Gryazev and Shipunov. With external similarity it is a completely independent design based on the Soviet-Russian weapons school. The sports pistol was presented at the arms exhibition in October 2010, differs from the original by a modified fuse on the trigger (the fuse is deactivated by turning all the way around the trigger axis, not part of it), additional grooving on the front of the shutter casing and a magazine of changed design for 10 cartridges. The gun automation system is based on the kickback of the barrel in its short stroke, and the locking of the barrel bore by its rotation. Such a scheme allows dramatically reducing the size of the weapon, but it is used very rarely.

GSh-18 provides very comfortable conditions for the shooter. This is explained, first of all, by the convenient shape of the handle, an excellent balance and some damping of recoil in the process of unlocking the barrel bore and cocking the fighting spring. In addition, the ergonomic shape of the handle and the proximity of the center of gravity of the pistol to the axis of the barrel channel facilitate the rapid return of the pistol to the aiming line, which positively affects the accuracy of high-speed shooting. The pistol is extremely technological, simple and reliable. For comparison, the Glock 33 details, and in GSH — 23.

Caliber, mm – 9 × 19

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Sauer Silver Citi Marshal revolver

 

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1873 was a landmark for the company Colt. She began manufacturing the most famous revolver in history — Colt M1873 Single Action Army, better known as Peacemaker («Peacemaker»). Along with the revolver Magnum .44 Smith & Wesson Peacemaker has become a cult weapon, and these days has a whole community of fans. Suffice it to say that the release of Peacemakers of the first generation for the civilian weapons market continued until 1940!
Initially, Peacemaker was produced in a powerful .45 Long Colt caliber on black powder with a 7.5-inch barrel, soon there were models with a barrel of 5.5 and 4.75 inches. Revolvers of calibers .44-40 WCF and .32-20 WCF (Winchester) appeared later, and in the 20th century they were added with options for cartridges .22 LR, .38 Special, .357 Magnum, .44 Special, etc. — total more than 30 calibers!

Peacemaker is a six-shot revolver with a solid frame, which is loaded through the swinging door in the drum on the right side of the revolver. There is a spring-loaded extractor for retrieving the spent cartridges located below and to the right of the trunk. The design provides for setting the trigger on the safety semi-cocking.

Colt Peacemaker took part in the Spanish-American and Philippine-American wars, in the Sioux Great War, in the wars of the USA against the Cheyennes and other Indian tribes. Also it should be said that Colt Peacemaker is actually produced to this day! In 1956 Colt resumed production of second-generation Peacemaker revolvers, which lasted until 1974. During this time, 73,205 revolvers were produced.

In our shooting club, the «Artillery» model with a barrel 5.5 «, .357 Mag, representing the second generation of the Colt Single Action Army of the 1873 model, produced by the German company Sauer & Sohn, is presented.

Caliber – .357 Mag
Barrel length, mm – 139,7
Weight of the revolver without cartridges, kg – 1,021
Capacity of a drum, cartridges – 6
Speed ​​of the bullet, m / s – 198

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Armscor-A1 (.45) pistol

 

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Sports gun Armscor M1911 A1 Filippino small arms and ammunition Armscor, which in the US is known under the brand RocklslandArmory. The RocklslandArmory brand according to the American magazine GunsAmerica, in early 2015, deservedly entered the top five best-selling «colt-shaped» pistols in the US market. Full clone of the pistol Colt M1911 A1.

The letters «FS» in the abbreviation of the name mean that this is a full-size version with a bushing. The cult American pistol Colt M1911 has a century-long history. About him written not one book and encyclopedia article. Adopted by the US Army in 1911 and passed through partial modernization in 1926 (the modernized pistol was designated 1911 A1), remained in service with the military until the mid-1980s and was again adopted by them in service in 2010. Producers of clones M1911 around the world are not one dozen. But the main, of course, are in the US. No wonder that in the Philippines, which from 1898 to 1946 were controlled by the US territory, the influence of American weapons traditions spread.

Caliber – .45 ACP

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