If it takes you longer than 5 seconds, you fail. Epic fail.
It’s a ni, nin, .355 caliber pistol.
It is a Blaspheme to all that is Holy…
Sweet Leaping John Moses! A 9MM!?!
That whirring sound is JMB spinning in his grave.
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Who the hell let them put an EGA on such a piece???
I bought an STI Spartan in 9mm for training because a) All my other carry pieces are 1911s and b) I want to be able to shoot 500 rounds without discussing it with a loan officer.
John Browning’s percursor to the 1911, the Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless was chambered for .32ACP. His follow-up pistol was the FN Hi-Power and was chambered in 9mm.
St. John was just fine with calibers other than the .45ACP.
What’s the Marine Corps logo doing on that thing?
9MM is meh, but why isn’t that piece cocked and locked?
It’s 1:51 PM, not 3:03 PM.
So I suppose the Browning Hi-Power does not really exist, Don, Evil, and Louis?
The BHP was originally a 9mm.
Would you want a BHP in .32 acp?
a 9MM 1911 pattern pistol WITH THE SAFETY OFF.
Here I thought it was the missing mag – my mistake.
What’s wrong with this picture is that the fine pistol is not on *my* table.
I think the Colt Commander was originally a 9mm, made because the Army was talking about switching to 9mm back in the 50’s. Later, Colt made a 9mm version of every 1911 model they made, at some point. I looked at a 9mm Commanding Officers Model 15-20yrs ago, but the shop wanted too much.
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