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    What kind of handgun is this?

    This shouldn't be too hard. I'm actually surprised I can't figure it out myself.

    THIS link includes a picture of a pistol. It appears to have a double action type trigger and possibly an ambidextrous manual safety. At first I thought it was a Para in LDA but none of them that I've seen had a squared trigger guard like that.

    Any clues?

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    The barrel opening doesn't look like a .45, but neither does it look like a .22.

    I suspect it's not a firearm at all.

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    Picture I see surely looks much like a Browning Hi Power. The extra toe on the grip detracts as well as the muzzle opening. I suspect some type of BB or pellet or paintball gun or some type of toy modeled similar to the Browning.

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    Yeah, the barrel was throwing me off. Also I could be wrong but the lower looks like it may be polymer which could be a clue. Plus there appears to be no stamping of caliber or anything else on the barrel.
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    Means to identify the object or the source of the picture is simple.....ask the author of the article: Judi Curriejcurrie@seacoastonline.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by BB62 View Post
    I suspect it's not a firearm at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BB62 View Post
    The barrel opening doesn't look like a .45, but neither does it look like a .22.

    I suspect it's not a firearm at all.
    +1


    I suspect some type of pellet pistol, air soft or such it has features of S@W type autos but that is not uncommon for air soft pellet pistols to be made to look like some real fire arm.

    Or it could be a computer generated image.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Firearms Iinstuctor View Post
    Or it could be a computer generated image.
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    It's a mutt. The cousin of this pea shooter.


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    C02 pistola de aire comprimido probably the AF10...most likely from Brazil

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    Quote Originally Posted by color of law View Post
    It's a mutt. The cousin of this pea shooter.


    Yes, that is the cousin to a "pea" shooter. Its called the "me" shooter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by color of law View Post
    It's a mutt. The cousin of this pea shooter.

    Quote Originally Posted by gutshot View Post
    Yes, that is the cousin to a "pea" shooter. Its called the "me" shooter.
    There

    There would be somebody who would put the hammer to their head and live to tell how his buddy died = "accidental" discharge.

    Would it then be a "thee" shooter?
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