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Sjourn

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C&C welcome.

Disclaimer: Pic not taken in Singapore. Gun is a toy.:sweat:
 

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Youhong said:
Is that a real P226 or just an air gun version of it???

my diclaimer says its a toy, but i leave it up to your imagination.;)
 

solarii

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Hmmm I've handled the real deal before.... military grade side-arm which is used by certain SAF units.

From what I see it's not the original... the catch that holds the receiver group is different. I suspect this might be the sports version of the P-226...though it may very well be an air pistol variation.

Don't have any experience with air pistol replicas so I can't say for certain...
 

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Definitely not the military P226 used by SAF.... I used to play with these...;)
Robust weapons firing 9mm ammunition.

This one looks like a pallet air gun. But its a nice angle for this shot.:)
 

espion

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think the shallow DOF dun work here, unless the entire pic is simply saying "P226". is that your intention?
 

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espion said:
think the shallow DOF dun work here, unless the entire pic is simply saying "P226". is that your intention?
Yes, that was the intention. Otherwise, I would feel the pic will just be plain boring.
 

Sjourn

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Solarii and Zplus, thanks for your comments.

You guys are quite observant, it is a replica. Weighs slightly lighter, difference is in the bottom part of the magazine. I was SAFPU once, and had fun with the real thing as well.

Target holes were made by actual colt 1911, 9mm. antique pistol with unbelivevable jams.


Disclaimer: None of these took place in SG :bsmilie:
 

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