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    Getting into classic pocket handguns

    Recently I've gotten into adding classic pocket handguns to my collection. I picked up the S&W 32 1st Model "Lemon Squeezer" and the Savage 1907- .32 auto at the same auction. The S&W was manufactured in 1900 and the Savage in 1910. Both are in very good shape. I've fired the Savage, but not the Smith. One of the things I like about the old pocket pistols is they don't seem to be as pricey. Of course that doesn't apply if you're looking at a Remington Model 51 or the Colt Hammerless .
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    Very nice!

    I too like them. Picked up a Beretta 1934 not too long ago, and have been eyeballing browning 1910's.

    This is Grandpa's 5th model Lemon Squeezer (1914 manufacture)

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      #3
      They're nifty and they don't take up as much room as my bigger models.

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