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Wow, guys. Those are all some real beauties!
I sure wish I'd have bought a Python back in the day.
 

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I've owned many firearms since the 70's, But my first is the one I still cherish.
Used in PPC for a couple years and carried daily for nearly 15 w/ 2.5".

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Not the "most beautiful" but certainly the most cherished.
I bought a DW 357 in 1982 new in the box for around $200. Sold it 9/10 year’s ago for over $800 with some extra goodies. The best pistol investment I ever made.
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Yes I have and some models look pretty good, but others have too much going on for my taste. To me none compare to the beauty of the Python. I purchased this gun in 1978 for $325.00 plus had it factory tuned and it still shoots as good as the day I bought it.
She's a beauty
 

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In pure asthetics, the Mauser HSc designed by master gunsmith Alex Seidel is right up there:

Trigger Wood Gun barrel Air gun Gun accessory


This was Mauser's first double action pistol, compact and with concealed hammer. It introduces a post modern line that unifies the slide, trigger guard and grips in a mid 1930's design Art Deco aesthetic.

The industrial designer that worked on this also worked with Porsche.
 

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Had to pull the photo off the internet because I don't have it anymore, but the best looking pistol I've owned is the Kahr K9. The picture doesn't do it justice. It was just a beautiful gun to me.

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