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Hope y'all enjoy.
Pardon the photo quality. I'll buy a good camera one day. :eyeroll:

This is a French Modèle 1935A. The official French police and military sidearm from 1937-1950. When the patents were looked at they could tell it was closely copied from the Colt 1911 but on a smaller scale. Caliber is 7.65 French MAS (.32 French Long).
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A Mauser pocket pistol in 7.65 cal. I actually have two of these.
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S&W Model 66 (no dash)
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My Sonny Crockett S&W 645. ;)
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Thanks guys. I'm lucky to have these. They were all gifts from my father. (Retired Hattiesburg PO)
 

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I haven't had a chance to fire the 66 yet but it does feel good in my hands with that S&W rubber grip. I have the wood grips too. I'll have to try those but I think I like the rubber.
 

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Yea, I love the look of wood grips, but if you go through a box of 158 gr. 357s...the rubber grips soak up more of the felt recoil. Easier on the hands for sure lol.
 
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