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Beretta 92F chambered in 9mm, and wearing AlumaGrips (black/checkered)—photos taken on 01/30/2010:
Beretta 96G Elite II chambered in .40 Auto—photos taken on 01/25/2003:
Beretta Px4 Storm "F" chambered in 9mm—photos taken on 02/08/2006:
The same Beretta Px4 Storm, chambered in 9mm, but converted to "G" (decock-only) configuration with slim (aka, stealth) controls—photos taken on 02/13/2006:
Browning Buck Mark, chambered in .22LR, with hard-chrome finish (work done by Tripp Research), Ultra Dot L/T red-dot sight, Tactical Solutions 7.25-inch matte black barrel with silver flutes, their matte black grips, and their Picatinny rail—photos taken on 04/27/2007:
Browning Buck Mark Lite Splash 7.25 URX chambered in .22LR—photos taken on 05/15/2007:
Browning Hi-Power Renaissance (fully hand-engraved) chambered in 9mm, and wearing its original Pearlite grips—photos taken on 02/17/2007:
The same Browning Hi-Power Renaissance (fully hand-engraved) chambered in 9mm, but wearing Nill Rhomlas wood combat grips (part number FN0258)—photos taken on 08/23/2009:
CZ 75 P-01 chambered in 9mm—photos taken on 01/10/2004:
The same CZ 75 P-01 chambered in 9mm, but with Turkish Walnut grips made by Hakan Pek—photos taken on 05/29/2004:
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