A few years ago when I realized that I seldom made it into the field anymore, I decided to pare down my collection, sold a number of items, and used the money to purchase a 210-6-9. It was a good decision, for it is a beautiful instrument--accurate and reliable with lovely fit and finish. It has given me many hours of pleasure on the range. I consider it just that--a range gun, although it certainly can serve other purposes.
I have 3. Two that are too cherry to shoot. One by itself another in a Alligator skinned fitted case with a cleaning kit tube dated 1950 with 5 dummy practice 9mm rounds. The one I shoot is a Danish contract that the late Joe Bonnar at Novaks turned into a modern combat pistol. 1911 style mag release, high profile Novak sights, stripled front grip, beaver tail grip to avoid hammer bite,black T finish.....great gun. Tim