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MKT I've not had the time to shoot it yet but I do have to say that the grip frame look's funky but fitt's my hand like a glove and in .32 acp it should be a pleasure to shoot.
 

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I took me several days to move my eyes from the left over to the right to see what you posted - but I finally worked through it. :)

That's a fine Savage auto!
I've always wanted a collection of pocket auto pistols from that era - Savage, Remington, Colt, Browning, etc. That was the golden Age of pocket autos!

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xtimberman I was waiting for someone to notice that picture :eek: I met that young girl two years ago at bike week at the outterbanks in North Carolina Had to pay for the picture as she was a model of the month in one of the biker magazine's It was worth every dollar !! ;) Even my wife took the picture to work and showed her friends. :roll:
 

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You need to post an enlarged version....for scientific purposes only. I'm sure that she's wearing a little something, but that tiny avatar shot makes it look like she doesn't have a stitch on!

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John Browning was a master of firearm design, not only did he give us some of the greatest firearms in history, his patents went even further in to building us even more firearms. I always wonder what todays firearms would have looked like with out him. There isn't a single semiauto handgun made today that doesn't use atleast one of his original patents.




 
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