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    I am trying to figure out the model of the firearm in the below pic. I'm thinking 9 mm or .380 double-action. And I was sure it was a glock. However after having browsed several pages of pics, I have been unable to locate this particular model. One other possibility is that it's a starter/stunt pistol. Thanks in advance for your help!



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    It appears to have a chrome slide so it isnt a Glock. I can't tell from the pic what it is. If you hadnt said it was a pistol I wouldnt be certain of that. Any better pics available?

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    • #3
      Picture is poor

      Originally posted by The Rabbi
      It appears to have a chrome slide so it isnt a Glock. I can't tell from the pic what it is. If you hadnt said it was a pistol I wouldnt be certain of that. Any better pics available?
      Looks like a Taurus Millenium..but cant tell from the picture
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      • #4
        BB Gun?

        Originally posted by shadowraith
        I am trying to figure out the model of the firearm in the below pic. I'm thinking 9 mm or .380 double-action. And I was sure it was a glock. However after having browsed several pages of pics, I have been unable to locate this particular model. One other possibility is that it's a starter/stunt pistol. Thanks in advance for your help!



        NB: I posted the above in wrong forum. Mods/Admins, please feel free to delete that post. TIA!
        The pic is poor l like i said, but looking at the grip it looks like it has a spring slide that some bb guns have to push the bb's up into the chamber..could be a bb gun...is this a trick?
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        • #5
          Looks like an S'n'Dub .22 kinda.

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          • #6
            Kahr?? Has that look, kinda, sorta...

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            • #7
              Kahr?? Has that look, kinda, sorta...
              You must never have seen a Kahr before then....looks nothing like it. I vote BB gun or some junk Jennings or something. But.......... why do you care what it is? Did you see it in person, take the pic, where did the pic come from, what other details do you have besides a very grainy pic of some 'junk' gun?
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              • #8
                Originally posted by dogcop
                You must never have seen a Kahr before then....looks nothing like it. I vote BB gun or some junk Jennings or something. But.......... why do you care what it is? Did you see it in person, take the pic, where did the pic come from, what other details do you have besides a very grainy pic of some 'junk' gun?
                Just a guess. Didn't give it much that much thought.

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                • #9
                  yah i agree with the BB gun theory, forsure not a glock...

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                  • #10
                    could you possibly get a less well lit, grainier picture maybe?
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                    • #11
                      No markings anywhere on it? Any air/CO2 rifle or pistol I've ever owned has at least the manufacturer's name on it. Heck, even the two paintball guns I own have the name and a bunch of other info molded into the plastic. My S&W 3913 has markings on both sides of the frame, and on the left side of the slide. The grips also have "SMITH & WESSON" spelled out along the edges.
                      As far as I know, even the most low-budget firearm, especially a handgun (anything that would fit most legal definitions of "firearm") should have a serial number, etc. The only exception might be an AK47 copy made in a marketplace somewhere in the Third World. If it's supposed to be marked, grind or "burn" marks on the slide and elsewhere are probably a bad sign.
                      Are you able to remove the grips and see what's under there? Of course, removing the magazine and making sure the chamber is empty (if it even has such "accessories") would be Step One. (Hint: The magazine release is not the kinda curvy thing inside the trigger guard. )
                      Once it's cleared, then you could get an idea of what the bore diameter is. Something "around" a ¼" could still be a .22, but I believe BB/pellet guns are around .177" or so. Something closer to three-eighths of an inch could be .380 or 9mm.
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                      • #12
                        hmmm, try walmart. I was there tonight buying ammo and ran across a crossman bb pistol that looked remarkably similar.

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