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Hobnails

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Can anyone help ID this ancient non-blowback pistol? I'm after a magazine for it.

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Looks like a gun to me

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It's a S&W Shorty 40. My google-fu is only showing me WA (western arms) replicas and I think they have different markings on them when compared to yours. Also they appear to be full GBB's.



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It's a S&W Shorty 40. My google-fu is only showing me WA (western arms) replicas and I think they have different markings on them when compared to yours. Also they appear to be full GBB's.

 

It's definitely not the WA, i'd err more towards a KWC (some things don't even fit for that). Ideally, we need pictures of it with the slide removed and of the magwell to get a better idea of what it might actually be. 



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Here's the mag well

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I believe Maruzen used to make an NBB M4506; not sure if they made a shorter version, but it could be worth looking into?

More details would be useful: How old is it? Is it metal or Plastic etc. ?


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