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"The right to buy weapons is the right to be free." -A.E. van Vogt
I owned a real TPH for awhile. We called it the Tiny Pocket Hideout. That might be the official name for all I know. We thought we cleverly made it up.My wife still grumbles about me selling it (didn't know at the time she was fond of it).Looked at replacing it a couple years ago and discovered the prices on Gunbroker were close to double what I originally paid.
Lot of things are more pricey that I remember from my youth.Maybe that is what that inflation was all about.
There is no inflation. Report yourself to www.whitehouse.gov immediately, comrade, for re-education.Off brand guns like this are fun, but replacing the fiddly bits can be a pain if the copiers didn't follow the original schematics closely.
Interesting find... :-)
Wow, never wanted a TP22, but sure did have the hankering for a TP25 ...and a Pony in .380. That and the stainless IJ "survival" M1 carbine with the IJ-branded Choate stock. They had quite the interesting catalog back in the early '80s.That TP22 of Ms. X is quite the memory jogger. I hope she has fun with it!
Iver Johnson Pony in .380?I have an early model FI Model D with a CPA serial number that predates that.http://lmgfirearms.com/2011/11/02/working-on-the-fi-model-d-with-cpa-serial-numbers/
"Toilet Paper Handgun."Kids! They'll make a pretend gun out of anything!
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