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Pistols and revolvers used by the most elite special forces units around the world

CZ 100

The CZ 100 pistol was introduced in 1995. It has a double-action-only trigger mechanism. This means it can only be fired in double-action. The firing pi returns to the starting position after every shot and is the blocked. When the trigger…
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Walther PPS

Walther PPS (Polizei Pistole Schmal – Police Pistole Slim) is a most recent offering from the famous German gunmaking company Carl Walther GmbH. It was first shown publicly during IWA 2007 exhibition in Germany, and it is proposed as a more…
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IWI Jericho 941

Israel is a nation that lives the dramatic feeling of being in constant pre-alarm and, despite having a relatively short life, only 63 years after the birth of the State, has the dubious distinction of numerous attacks by its warlike…
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Glock 17

When it first appeared in the early 1980s, the Glock pistol seemed to break all the rules. Largely made of plastic, its design made no concessions to the popular view of what a pistol should look like. When it first appeared, there were…
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Walther PP and Walther PPK

Walther introduced its Walther PP (Polizei Pistole) pistol in 1929, and the weapon is still in production. It was widely used by armed forces and their allies during World War II. The PPK (Polizei Pistole Kurz, or short police pistol)was a…
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SIG Sauer P220

When Sig Sauer P220 appeared, many years before, the Schweizerische Industrie-Gesellschaft (SIG) has already been producing an excellent weapon in its production facility located at Neuhausen Rhinefalls. The company has always been…
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