Handguns...show 'em

IrishWind

Private
Belligerents
Sep 23, 2003
145
99
34
NoVa
Spreewerk P-38. My Grandfather won it in a poker game in NW Europe 1944-45. Has holster and papers to go with it. And my dad carried it when needed when he did work for the county court.
Photo courtesy of my grandfather and his unit. I scanned and printed a copy for this pic. The smudge in the river is my priter's fault.
 

Sandhog308

Private
Minuteman
May 14, 2020
69
139
39
Since I’m gloved up rearranging my safe , thought I’d show a few of my Woodsmans. IMO the nicest .22 caliber handguns ever !
There were Three series , each had a Target Model , a Match Target Model , and a Sport Model with a 4 1/2 barrel. The one with no ” The Woodsman” on the port side is a Pre-Woodsman , manufactured between 1915 to 1927. Mine was manufactured in 1917. I have a Target Model shooter that one day might get silenced/canned!?8693AD4A-3271-4DAB-A497-3AE8DD0788BC.jpeg
 

BuLLet

Sergeant (Retired)
Belligerents
Minuteman
Apr 6, 2004
292
594
99
NY
Absolutely lovely group of history there. Never had a woodsman myself. I have some old colt pocket autos, nothing much older then that. These are beautiful.

Since I’m gloved up rearranging my safe , thought I’d show a few of my Woodsmans. IMO the nicest .22 caliber handguns ever !
There were Three series , each had a Target Model , a Match Target Model , and a Sport Model with a 4 1/2 barrel. The one with no ” The Woodsman” on the port side is a Pre-Woodsman , manufactured between 1915 to 1927. Mine was manufactured in 1917. I have a Target Model shooter that one day might get silenced/canned!?View attachment 7383813