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    Post1911 weird handguns brass 1911s & sheetmetal pistols

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    a brass 1911

    some info on sheetmetal 1911s of 1947

    and some kind of weird 38 that holds 15 rounds--
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    Sh*t I like the "Brastil" 1911. That's kind of cool. Got a very nice look to the matte gold finish. I wonder what happened to the Brastil alloy? On paper it sounds good.
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    Numrich bought the Dardick leftovers when they folded, you can still get parts! The trounds are reloadable too.

    https://www.gunpartscorp.com/Manufac...1500-35983.htm

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    another weird one -- with a rotating barrel--

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    Yep, and their Grand Daddys were the first two Steyr autos, the Roth Steyr and the Steyr Hahn.

    Modern Firearms - Roth Steyr model 1907 / M.7 self-loading pistol

    Modern Firearms - Steyr Hahn M1912

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    i think we got a case of the "me too" in the pistol industry.

    there just hasn't been many attempts in recent years to go on that untraveled road.

    everything new is either a 1911, glock or CZ75 rip-off.

    popularity of these three has sort of killed 'innovation" in a way.

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