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I picked this up 7 months ago with capture paperwork all kinds of photos of the soldier, his ID card, dog tags, some of his hats and even picked up a brand new 1911 with paperwork still attached that he bought new in 1981 and never shot it. Got the chance with the storm today and snapped a couple of extra photos of it.
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Thanks Sam, I'm stuck at home today also so might break out some Lugers or Radoms and play a little this afternoon.
 

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What is your fine pistol sitting on? A magnet?
 

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Most of my photos I take I've made different stands to facilitate the photo depending on what I want to do. If you take a photo of any 9mm from WWII I can use this stand I built, if you take a photo of the front section it requires you take a second photo using a different mount and then you simply crop out the barrel end and paste in the same barrel from another photo.
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In contrast every gun is different also. For this 1938 Luger I used half the lights as it is black. The other gun is actually plum colored and had I taken a few more minutes I could have gotten the light better.

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So far so good, are your Radoms as good looking too? Love to see more pics....
I believe I have a couple of nice Radoms. I only have one that isn't a first alpha early build and it's an excellent condition second alpha C that probably was never issued or saw any service. The rest are all A, B, C and D builds from the first alpha.
 
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