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  • Baker's Dozen of WWI Revolvers

    1. Webley Mk IV (Great Britain)

    2. Mauser (Germany)

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    • Baker's Dozen of WWI Revolvers

      1. Webley Mk IV (Great Britain)
      2. Mauser (Germany)

      3. Webley & Scott 1913 Mark I Semi-Automatic

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      • I'm guessing you mean handguns? Only handguns with a revolving chamber are revolvers, if it is fed by a clip, it is a pistol.
        "The secret of life is honesty and fair dealing. If you can fake that, you've got it made."
        — Groucho Marx

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        • Baker's Dozen of WWI Handguns

          1. Webley Mk IV (Great Britain)
          2. Mauser (Germany)
          3. Webley & Scott 1913 Mark I Semi-Automatic

          4. M1917 Revolver

          "The past is a foreign country: they do things differently there."

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          • Baker's Dozen of WWI Handguns

            1. Webley Mk IV (Great Britain)
            2. Mauser (Germany)
            3. Webley & Scott 1913 Mark I Semi-Automatic
            4. M1917 Revolver

            5. Colt M1911

            "The secret of life is honesty and fair dealing. If you can fake that, you've got it made."
            — Groucho Marx

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            • Baker's Dozen of WWI Handguns

              1. Webley Mk IV (Great Britain)
              2. Mauser (Germany)
              3. Webley & Scott 1913 Mark I Semi-Automatic
              4. M1917 Revolver
              5. Colt M1911

              6. Steyr M1912


              Never Fear the Event

              Admiral Lord Nelson

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              • Baker's Dozen of WWI Handguns

                1. Webley Mk IV (Great Britain)
                2. Mauser (Germany)
                3. Webley & Scott 1913 Mark I Semi-Automatic
                4. M1917 Revolver
                5. Colt M1911
                6. Steyr M1912

                7. Luger P-08

                "The secret of life is honesty and fair dealing. If you can fake that, you've got it made."
                — Groucho Marx

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                • Baker's Dozen of WWI Handguns

                  1. Webley Mk IV (Great Britain)
                  2. Mauser (Germany)
                  3. Webley & Scott 1913 Mark I Semi-Automatic
                  4. M1917 Revolver
                  5. Colt M1911
                  6. Steyr M1912
                  7. Luger P-08

                  8. Glisenti M1910

                  "The past is a foreign country: they do things differently there."

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                  • Originally posted by Catman View Post
                    I'm guessing you mean handguns? Only handguns with a revolving chamber are revolvers, if it is fed by a clip, it is a pistol.
                    Yep. I was going to change it but forgot!
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                    • Originally posted by Ensign Elliott View Post
                      Yep. I was going to change it but forgot!
                      It's okay. I was just being a stickler. If you truly wanted revolvers, I could not then list the M1911. But if it was sidearms you wanted, then any list without it would definitely be incomplete.
                      "The secret of life is honesty and fair dealing. If you can fake that, you've got it made."
                      — Groucho Marx

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                      • Baker's Dozen of WWI Handguns

                        1. Webley Mk IV (Great Britain)
                        2. Mauser (Germany)
                        3. Webley & Scott 1913 Mark I Semi-Automatic
                        4. M1917 Revolver
                        5. Colt M1911
                        6. Steyr M1912
                        7. Luger P-08
                        8. Glisenti M1910
                        9. Nagant Model 1895

                        10. Webley-Fosbery Automatic Revolver

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                        • Baker's Dozen of WWI Handguns

                          1. Webley Mk IV (Great Britain)
                          2. Mauser (Germany)
                          3. Webley & Scott 1913 Mark I Semi-Automatic
                          4. M1917 Revolver
                          5. Colt M1911
                          6. Steyr M1912
                          7. Luger P-08
                          8. Glisenti M1910
                          9. Nagant Model 1895
                          10. Webley-Fosbery Automatic Revolver


                          11. Dreyse M1907


                          "The past is a foreign country: they do things differently there."

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                          • Baker's Dozen of WWI Handguns

                            1. Webley Mk IV (Great Britain)
                            2. Mauser (Germany)
                            3. Webley & Scott 1913 Mark I Semi-Automatic
                            4. M1917 Revolver
                            5. Colt M1911
                            6. Steyr M1912
                            7. Luger P-08
                            8. Glisenti M1910
                            9. Nagant Model 1895
                            10. Webley-Fosbery Automatic Revolver
                            11. Dreyse M1907

                            12. Rast & Gasser Model 1898


                            Never Fear the Event

                            Admiral Lord Nelson

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                            • Baker's Dozen of WWI Generals

                              1. Brigadier General Douglas MacArthur

                              2. Field Marshal Douglas Haig, 1st Earl Haig

                              Never Fear the Event

                              Admiral Lord Nelson

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                              • Baker's Dozen of WWI Generals

                                1. Brigadier General Douglas MacArthur
                                2. Field Marshal Douglas Haig, 1st Earl Haig

                                3. Ferdinand Jean Marie Foch, Marshal of France, British Field Marshal,
                                Marshal of Poland


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