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Johnny

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(inspired from non-HK accessory thread)


What is your rarest or most unique (one-of-a kind) firearm you own?
I have a few different ones to choose but I would pick this Khyber Pass AKm...purchased from Larry Vickers :cool:


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So very cool! I made some scope rails for those[20-25 years ago]. That looks very familiar. I copied an original B&T one, with a weird rail pattern.... and made picatinny patterned ones.
I only kept 2 of my SIG prebans. My FSA/540, and my new 551.

When I look back on this hobby, I can't believe how carried-away I got.
 
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Definitely not my favorite, but probably my most rare. 1 of 50 imported. My 11 inch 5.56 Bren 2S (not MS).

Either that or my SPAS 12 in the super rare 19 ⅞ in LE barrel configuration. Not sure how many are out there, but I've only ever been able to find pictures of one other example.
Not my favorite either.


 

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Definitely not my favorite, but probably my most rare. 1 of 50 imported. My 11 inch 5.56 Bren 2S (not MS).

Either that or my SPAS 12 in the super rare 19 ⅞ in LE barrel configuration. Not sure how many are out there, but I've only ever been able to find pictures of one other example.
Not my favorite either.



Excellent duo.

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I think mine is still my 1944 Walther PP with the Waffenamt stamps. No import marks. Only surrendered once.

It's always been difficult for me to photo this little pistol and do it justice. It has the less common dark brown grips instead of the usual black grips. Plus its really in excellent shape for being a 75+ year old, late war production gun.

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I think mine is still my 1944 Walther PP with the Waffenamt stamps. No import marks. Only surrendered once.

It's always been difficult for me to photo this little pistol and do it justice. It has the less common dark brown grips instead of the usual black grips. Plus its really in excellent shape for being a 75+ year old, late war production gun.

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Excellent specimen, and crisp markings. ;)

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Both of these are from the late 1880’s. One is a US Calvary Model that was cut down over 100 years ago.
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In the late 90's, I had a SPAS-15. It was cool, but unfired and a dealer wanted it much more than I did.
 

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Like that SPAS👍🏼 Only gun ever made with a drive by door hook to fit a Fiat.

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LAW-12 was so much nicer than the SPAS. I had one SPAS-12, 3 or 4 LAW-12's, and a SPAS-15.
 
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