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Old 09-15-2011, 09:31 PM   #11
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Those are good pix--thanks. That pistol is exactly like the two .30 Luger BHPs I bought brand-new in 1989 for $345 each. One is date-coded 1980, the other 1981. To me, they are exceptionally attractive pistols. How do they shoot? No idea! At the time I bought them, I also bought a box of .30 Luger cartridges with the intention of heading to the range, but somehow--over 20 years later--never got around to using them. :)
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So, then you owe us a range report. right? :-]
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