Jon - can only think of repro 1927A1's - forget who is making them.
Thanks, P95. Have a good weekend. Deer season starts here Saturday. Gonna go play in the woods awhile I s'pose.P95Carry said:Jon - can only think of repro 1927A1's - forget who is making them.
Good luck Jon. I'm actually taking off this weekend to spend some time with the family. But I'll be back at it next weekend.BigJon said:Thanks, P95. Have a good weekend. Deer season starts here Saturday. Gonna go play in the woods awhile I s'pose.
Your memory is good, P95 - back up to a page before the one I linked here, and you'll see the other replicas they offer. There is an original-styled Delisle that has a real or replica suppressor, and then a modernized version.P95Carry said:Shucks - Delisle - ain't that a blast from the past - stubby lookin lil' beggar that is!
I am trying to recall, but have some rusty memory, that there was a wartime Delisle that was a suppressed gun.? Or am I thinking of a Lanchester - geez, my firearm's history is so spotty.
There's just way more guns available in 9x19 than there are in .45 ACP period.BigJon said:Wonder why there are so many in 9mm and .40 and so few in .45.