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    Anyone bought a French LEO Model 10?

    My willpower is weakening. Has anybody bought one? If so, how are they mechanically?


    https://www.budsgunshop.com/catalog/...pl_4_blue_poor

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtcarm View Post
    My willpower is weakening. Has anybody bought one? If so, how are they mechanically?


    https://www.budsgunshop.com/catalog/...pl_4_blue_poor
    Not yet, but is seems like it would be a good base for a project.

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    Site Supporter S Jenks's Avatar
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    I just ordered one, Iíll update when it gets in.

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    Probably worth it for the jokes.
    Last edited by JJN; 12-06-2018 at 12:32 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJN View Post
    Probably worth it for the jokes.
    Iím tempted to run one in IDPA just for the gawk factor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJN View Post
    Probably worth it for the jokes.
    Never fired and only dropped once.
    You can never beat a monkey in a poo flinging contest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hambo View Post
    Never fired and only dropped once.
    I wondered how long it would take. (I should be congratulated on my restraint. )

    Though, Hambo, the French take appearance seriously. Do you think they'd allow scratches and dings on their weapons. Jamais!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by blues View Post
    I wondered how long it would take. (I should be congratulated on my restraint. )
    Indeed you should. I really have no problem buying French guns, it's just that the one in the photo looks like it got tossed out of a 2CV
    You can never beat a monkey in a poo flinging contest.

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    I've got a MR 73 allegedly surplus from Vienna PD with those Trausch grips.
    Comfortable to the right size hand - like mine - they are touchy to get a grip on in a hurry.
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    I'd strongly recommend them almost on the basis of the Trausch grips alone; they're exceptionally ergonomic, used or not, and getting increasingly rare. Best, Jon

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