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Old 04-30-2012, 09:14 PM   #11
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Old 04-30-2012, 09:24 PM   #12
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It goes without saying that yours is one astounding collection of Walthers. One thing that interested me was the one handgun that seemed to be holstered on the inside of the door.

Is that one you keep ready at hand, and of all the choices you have handy, which model did you choose?
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See guys! I told you he was the man! Remember, we must address him for now on by his true title. He IS King Tanfoglio!

In all seriousness, I don't know what to say about this astonishing, incredible collection we can all only dream about. King Tanfoglio enlists feelings of incredible jealousy at the same time as wonder and amazement. there's easily hundreds of thousands of dollars worth or Walthers in those cases, and I'll bet it's only a fraction of his collection.

To repost from an earlier thread, don't you wish you could just dump 'em out in a big pile on the floor and roll around in them like a dog in the grass?

Ein foto der sammlung zusammen alle pistolen in einem rahmen eines tages vielleicht, König Tanfoglio?

(Maybe someday you can take a picture of them all together in one photo, King Tanfoglio?)

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(Maybe someday you can take a picture of them all together in one photo, King Tanfoglio?)

Better have a ladder and a good wide angle lens!
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I'd ensure those babies are insured, logical to say that collection required quite a bit of coin.
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Old 05-01-2012, 07:26 AM   #16
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It goes without saying that yours is one astounding collection of Walthers. One thing that interested me was the one handgun that seemed to be holstered on the inside of the door.

Is that one you keep ready at hand, and of all the choices you have handy, which model did you choose?
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Hah! Definitely not the "ready at hand" gun!

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Hah! Definitely not the "ready at hand" gun!

Thanks for the reply (and the laugh.)
My "ready Hand Gun" is the P7M13

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