Japanese snaphaunce pistol, c. 1650, .54 cal, 5 1/2 in octagon barrel, flared muzzle, gilt-brass securing straps and triggerguard, European type lock c. 1620-30 with Dragon, brass pan, carved stock. Ian Bottomley (Royal Armories):" I have never seen a Japanese gun having such a lavishly decorated lock and stock; this is really spectacular. At best there might be a little engraving of scrolls and tendrils on the lockplate with perhaps some lacquer decoration on the stock but nothing like…
Sig Sauer 226 Legion TACOPS with Surefire X300 and surpressor
M1 Carbine, M1A1, Browning BAR M 1918, M 1918 A1, M 1918 A2 | Ammo and Gun Collector
Engraver: Alain Lovenberg (Belgium) - visit the website and see all the photos of this gun. It is simply stunning!
A NORTH WEST PERSIAN MIQUELET-LOCK BLUNDERBUSS, EARLY 19TH CENTURY - http://www.rgrips.com/tanfoglio-limited-pro/1101-limited-pro-grips.html
I've been trying to find a pair of ivory-carved, lady-handled dueling pistols for ages!
Smith & Wesson Model 29s .44 Remington Magnum, 4- and 8⅜-inch barrels. Would make anyone's day.
Walter HP Speerwerke 1428 - Walther P38 — Wikipédia
A SPANISH MIQUELET-LOCK PISTOL, RIPOLL, EARLY 18TH CENTURY.