Show your guns!

i bought mine in tobacconist´s - newsstand, it cost me 30 euros, it has functional trigger,
so you can do learn some “fanning” tricks with it, just for practice ;D

I ordered mine in the shop linked above for altogether 50€. I’m not sure, if you get some in Canada. Mine is a “Kolser” Made in Spain. The most spreaded company for Deco-Guns should be “Denix” also from Spain. (But they don’t have the long barrelled Peacemaker in black.)

http://www.denix.es/?id=&lang=en

Thanks guys. Yeah I’ve heard of Denix, but I don’t know if its available in Canada. We have very stringent gun laws. Even replicas can be illegal!

You alreaqdy found this? http://www.thingsmilitary.com/
They offer some Denix Replicas…

Thanks axe! I found another company as well.

http://www.bronsonandbronson.ca/

Hmm, I can’t find any Western-Deco-Guns on this site…
But the two most important things I’ve learned from this discussion is that 1. there are Deco-Guns availiable in Canada and 2. there are more “Unarmed Gringos” in this forum than I thought… ;D

[quote=“scherpschutter, post:8, topic:2802”]http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/543/bigguns1p.jpg/

[size=12pt]No arms were harmed during the making of this film (nor legs)[/size][/quote]Whats that from?

from GBU, i think :-X

Home video?

[quote=“Axe, post:26, topic:2802”]Hmm, I can’t find any Western-Deco-Guns on this site…
But the two most important things I’ve learned from this discussion is that 1. there are Deco-Guns availiable in Canada and 2. there are more “Unarmed Gringos” in this forum than I thought… ;D[/quote]

Yeah I think you’re right, I know they used to sell Denix guns though.

One of my pistols can be seen in my forum avatar.
It is a Colt .45 with modified grips and a slightly enlarged site.
It is very similar to the “Bat Masterson” replica that Denix has issued; however, mine is an actual firing weapon.
Here is a larger version of my avatar pic:

Another revolver I own is a .45 Ruger Bisley Vaquero.
I don’t have a photo of my own to share; but, here is a reference photo:

The third pistol I own is also a Ruger Vaquero, .45 Caliber Colt style, with redwood grips. I am holding it in this photo:

great colts and great photos, chris

Super clean duster coat Chris :smiley: .

I was wondering… on my Stranger’s Gundown/Today We Kill tommorow We Die DVD, it says “2 dozen German pistols”. Were the prop replica guns used in SWs German made?

The only german manufacturer of western-blank-guns I know is “Weihrauch” and their “Western Single Action”. -> http://www.weihrauch-sport.de/englisch/e_startseite/e_index.htm

Probably there were more makers of western-guns in the 60s/70s than nowadays…