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So it's been a while since I last uploaded some pictures of anything I've got, and I figured it's time to do something about that.

First the Bersa:

It wears a cheap but serviceable holster.


Looks a bit like the PA-63 pistol.




No firing pin block included, so it's definitely an older model.
 

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Next is the Ruger LCP with included Crimson Trace laser, and a ranger band around the grip. Sadly I forgot to get pictures of the holster it rides in.



 

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And finally the big boy, The 3rd generation Glock 19.





And a nice big magazine because I can have it.


This is where it gets weird. It was brand new in the box, never been shot, but it came with this copper colored stuff inside of it. What is that?


 

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The "cooper colored stuff" is the grease Glock uses to lube their pistols at the factory.

The fact that it is still in there means that the pistol has never been thoroughly cleaned and is probably not fired much.

We always called it "Glock gold grease".
 

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The "cooper colored stuff" is the grease Glock uses to lube their pistols at the factory.

The fact that it is still in there means that the pistol has never been thoroughly cleaned and is probably not fired much.

We always called it "Glock gold grease".
Literally brand new in the box when I got it, never been used. Still had the paperwork sealed in an envelope.

Any advice on what handling I might need to do with the Bersa since it doesn't have a firing pin block?
 
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