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Talk:Pawnshop (Lombard)

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  • 1) "Beretta 92" has angular trigger guard, seen on 3rd screenshot, so it must be F/FS version, but more likely a Compact as the barrel looks too short.
  • 2) "Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammer" is a completly different gun, that has ring hammer and different shape of the frame. 4th screenshot in this section makes me think about S&W pistols but it's too blurry.
  • 3) "Smith & Wesson Model 17" is some Rohm model, it has a typical thumb cylinder release, different from S&W revolvers, seen on 7th screenshot.
  • 4) "Reck Agent" is 6-shot, not 5-shot as Agent is.
  • 5) "Uzi" is possibly a blank firing EKOL ASI Uzi (again not for sure).
  • 6) "AK-47" - AKS-74U-style flash hider is seen perfectly on second screenshot, but as the AK is full-size, it appears to be AK-104. Real 104s weren't exported to Ukraine so the gun is most likely airsoft.

- Greg-Z (talk) 10:21, 11 February 2017 (EST)

Given the black controls I'd say the 92FS Inox is possibly a Kimar replica. The above-mentioned Beretta is a standard 92FS; it has the full length barrel and slide so it's not a compact.
After more inspection I have a thought that both revolvers could be EKOL Viper (the Rohm idea seems less credible), the long and short barrel models. Here is a lot of versions of Viper. Greg-Z (talk) 08:08, 12 February 2017 (EST)
Maybe I'm wrong, but the second revolver isn't Viper, due it has a shorter undebarrel with extractor. Pyramid Silent (talk) 08:37, 12 February 2017 (EST)
Yes, Rohm 79 seems to be a better guess. I'm not sure about RG 22 as the long barreled revolver seems to have full length barrel underlug, and no unshrouded ejector rod can be seen (if my eyes don't deceive me). Maybe RG 99? Greg-Z (talk) 09:00, 12 February 2017 (EST)

I also have some gut feeling that I cannot prove. Maybe it could be useful. First, the muzzle part of PMs seems to be more lookalike to IZh-79 (4th and 6th screenshots in the PM section trouble me). Maybe it's only an optical illustion. Second, flare pistol really resembles H&R model but the hammer spur has different shape, and the top of the frame is flat, without raised element that we see on H&W flare pistol. I'll try to look for some other flare gun that fits better. Greg-Z (talk) 09:13, 12 February 2017 (EST)

Thanks for the help! Also, my guess about Rohm 79 was wrong, due the screen gun is six rounded, whele the Rohm 79 is only five rounded. Pyramid Silent (talk) 11:16, 12 February 2017 (EST)
About PM, I think, that's may be the Viy rubber firing Makarov style pistol, designet and producing by Ukraine. Pyramid Silent (talk) 13:23, 12 February 2017 (EST)

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