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    Browning 9mm model 1935 cutaway

    Just thought I would show this one,as you don't come across this sort of thing everyday.
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    Now that I would love in my collection!
    Always looking for new fuzes to add to my collection - complete or cutaway examples.

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    I'm like you Darren,I'm a sucker for cutaways,
    hence I have quite a few in my collection.
    Tim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darren View Post
    Now that I would love in my collection!
    Wow, so would I... I have a soft spot for cutaways

    Browning Hi-Powers are my fave. pistol....

    BTW... where was the photo taken? Is it yours?

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissingSomething View Post
    Wow, so would I... I have a soft spot for cutaways

    Browning Hi-Powers are my fave. pistol....

    BTW... where was the photo taken? Is it yours?

    Thanks for sharing.
    I am the lucky owner,got it a while ago, cost more than I wanted to pay,but thought when would I get another chance to buy such an item,so I talked myself into buying it.Seen this sort of thing on Internet,but always just photos,and never available to purchase.
    I am told that having the adjustable rear sight is a rarity.
    Tim.
    Last edited by mach1bang; 31st December 2017 at 11:20 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mach1bang View Post
    I am the lucky owner,got it a while ago, cost more than I wanted to pay,but thought when would I get another chance to buy such an item,so I talked myself into buying it.Seen this sort of thing on Internet,but always just photos,and never available to purchase.
    I am told that having the adjustable rear sight is a rarity.
    Tim.

    Its quite nice.... Looks like an early pre-ww2 Belgian model.

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    Very nice, i too like cutaways, do you still have to have a deactivation certificate for it ?
    cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andysarmoury View Post
    Very nice, i too like cutaways, do you still have to have a deactivation certificate for it ?
    cheers
    Andy
    It does have a deactivation certificate.By law even cutaways need one,not just complete guns.
    Tim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mach1bang View Post
    It does have a deactivation certificate.By law even cutaways need one,not just complete guns.
    Tim.
    Many thanks, Have you any more to show ? I just have an Enfield No4 Skeleton action with the SK number.
    Cheers
    Andy
    Last edited by Andysarmoury; 1st January 2018 at 04:57 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andysarmoury View Post
    Many thanks, Have you any more to show ? I just have an Enfield No4 Skeleton action with the SK number.
    Cheers
    Andy
    Hi Andy,
    I may post some other items at some point.
    I am going through a difficult time at the moment,but will be more involved in this site in the future I think.
    Tim.

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