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Old November 1, 2012, 08:02 AM   #4
Skans
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Ok, I promised pictures of my M1882....

I tried to take some detailed photos of some of the things that impressed me about the M1882. I love the way you can access the internals by simply unscrewing the large "captured" screw on the left side of the pistol - the sideplate is hinged and simply swings open to give you access to the clock-like mechanism. This particular M1882 was manufactured by SIG (stamped under the grip). I am still trying to research the date manufactured, but I believe that it was made in the early 1890's.






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