Favorite Unique Handgun?

gerhard1

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I have two of these.

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I have the Rodney Dangerfield of Colt Revolvers ( I think I posted this before !!!!).

Colt Police Positive Special; Caliber: .38 Special; The Colt Database reads mine was made in 1977; pretty accurate; looks like a 4” barrel Detective Special.

https://gundigest.com/more/classic-guns/colt_police_positive

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It is right there with my Retail Priced $168 (has the Wal-Mart orange price sticker on the box) Colt Agent.
 

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My favorite 'production' unique handgun is the same as @RickN, the Webley-Fosbery semi auto. I'll probably never see one outside of a museum, but that thing has always been at the top of my weird/unique handguns I'd like to have.
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If were talking any handgun, even if they are one of a kind guns, I'd have to say it'd be the Cabot Meteorite pair of 1911's. A pair or LH and RH 1911's known as the 'Big Bang Set'. Bimetal support only to the frame/slide rails, hammer, guide rod and extractor. A few steel parts, such as the barrel, springs, and pins. All of the other components are crafted from a single meteorite. $4.5 million takes them home.
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