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Old 06-13-2014, 01:24 PM   #11
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Hey Steve, P.5 if an Excellent Pistol as well. I finally got to fire one at the Shoot. The P.5, and P.88 were/are 2 of their Best! I wish they had not made the P.99. I wish they had not got to Plastic like everyone else. Walther should have been above that. Paul
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It means I don't have a P88, Paul. For some reason, the P88 just doesn't do it for me. I've got a P5... if I were to compare that pistol to a vehicle it'd be this:



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Old 07-25-2014, 11:03 AM   #14
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comparison of P88 to car?

Tough decision, but a 1990 Chevrolet Caprice that is supercharged.
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This question is far too easy. Guns and cars are my great passions, and I've put many years into both.

There is an obvious synchronicity between the Porsche 959 and the P88. They are both the epitome of clever, state of the art German engineering for their times, and still hold up very well today.
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Audi 5000S. I always wanted one back in the day. That's what I look at my P88C as.
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A Porsche 911 2004-2008 (I forgot the exact range of years). Both pieces of German machinery may unexpectedly break. The Porsche has a bearing in the transmission that fails sometimes, destroying the engine. The P88 has a frame that may or may not crack. But I do love both!!!
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BMW M6 Alpine. It is top line of German quality. It's the ultimate shooting machine.
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Old 09-07-2016, 09:23 AM   #20
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Cool P88 equivalent in Car

That's easy . . . an AUDI R8 (Candy Apple Red, White, or Black)

Fine German handgun get awesome German engineered auto.

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