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I thought Id post some pairs. Well at least my loose interpretation of it. No identical consecutive numbered guns for me, but rather similar guns with different barrel length or finishes, similar functions, close resemblance etc..

Some S&W but other brands too.

A pair of .44 Classic Hunters



A pair of 586



A pair of blued full underlug 6



A pair of snubbies .357 Mag



A pair of FN HP



A pair of Colt Delta Elite



A pair of monster vintage semi auto Magnums



A pair of consecutive Glocks (17&18)



Another pair of Glocks



A pair of HK P7



A pair of silenced pistols



A pair of full auto machine pistols



A pair of consecutive Berettas (92&93R)



A pair of Beretta 92



A pair of Walthers



A pair of Colt Gvt model



Another pair of Colt Gvt model



A pair of Swiss ordnance semi autos (1900-1949 / 1949-1975)



A pair of 4 blue / ivory Colts with vented barrels



A pair of 4 Colt Diamondback



A pair of 1911 A1



A pair of 1943 US ordnance GHD inspected handguns



A pair of AR 15 A2







You guys got any ?

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A few come to mind.



My 24 series Korths in .22 l.r.



The Korth Combats


P210s, even though I gave one away


Some M&P's


Pre-war PPs




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You guys got any ?
Nuttin classic or fancy, just our EDC CZ PCRs.

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Thanks for the great pictures! Very nice!
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Last time I posted a picture of a nice pair here I got suspended
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Last time I posted a picture of a nice pair here I got suspended
I don't care who you are, know that's funny.
No pictures except for a few, but I buy everything in pairs now for my twin boys for when I've gone over to the other side. Death that is, not Democrat.
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Two different World War bring backs.

Colts and Myres holsters.

Two .32s

A pair of 2 M&P revolvers in Wolfram holsters.

2 J frames in Berns-Martin holsters, this may be stretching a bit.

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poker cheating like ... 5 of a kind
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You always need a backup......or two or three
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A pair of Red Post Model 25-2's
I'm all in.

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I own a pair of Walther PPK/S.

One is a Walther PPK/S .22LR with a matte black finish, the other a Smith & Wesson PPK/S .380 ACP with a satin Stainless Steel finish.
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Bren Ten Dual Masters (10mm and 45 ACP). New in presentation cases and sequential serial numberec.
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A pair of nice K-22 Masterpieces 1948 and 1951...
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Cool thread

...and some extremely nice collections posted so far, but I'm not getting beat.


Freedom Arms Premier Grades






S&W 1905 4th Changes






S&W Registered Magnums






S&W 5-Screw Magnums






Manurhin MR73's






Colt Pythons






USFA SAA's






Korth Combats






Korth Autopistols






Sphinx 2000's






Browning Hi Powers










Sig P210's








Sig X-Fives






Sig Sports






Bernardelli Practical VBs






MAB PA-15's






Benelli MP3S's






Beretta 92's






Beretta Steel I's






Delta Top Guns






Korriphila HSP 701's






S&W 952's






S&W PPC's






Wolf Ultramatics






CZ 75's






HK P7's






HK P7M's






HK P9S's






Steyr GB's






Sig P225's






Sig P220's






Lugers








Walther P5's






Walther P88's






Cool CZ based pistols







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You guys are really good at this game.
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Here's a pair of K-22 Outdoorsmen...
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No pictures except for a few, but I buy everything in pairs now for my twin boys for when I've gone over to the other side.
That's my excuse too........................


I've got lots of pairs , three of a kind, four of a kind and even a few full houses (compacts and full size) !

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...and some extremely nice collections posted so far, but I'm not getting beat.
Nice. Looks like a Full House.
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Really, I stopped counting at 73! Damn nice collection, Sir.
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A pair of Quigley engraved Colts...





A pair of Quigley engraved Pre-War Outdoorsmans (a K22 and a 38/44):


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A nice pair of Baby Chief's


A nice set of Det Spl's ... plus a nice pair


More Colts - New Svc snubbies


A pair of 58's ... one a 44, one a 41


Salt and pepper kit guns


Snubbie salt and pepper 27's


Salt and pepper pre 10's


Wolf and Klar 44's - 4" and 5"
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Some wonderful pairings. Congratulations to all and thank you for sharing. Mine will pale in comparison but I'll offer this first pair, a Model 10-7 and a Model 64 no dash, both with standard 4" barrels. I call them Night & Day.



This second pair are a Model 10-5 round butt "Felix"and a Model 38 no dash, "Oscar". Better known as the Odd Couple.




For some reason my photos are posting upside down???
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the only "pair" I have..HK 45c.
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Just oiled some of my blued revolvers. While I am posting four of them in one photo they are actually two pairs, the short barreled ones and the long barreled ones . They are 19-3s but the four inch gun is a 19-5 and all have Nills on them.



Here is a separate photo of the shorties:
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My two Colt 1911s, a 70 series customs gun and a Colt conversion with the floating chamber


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