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Yes, they are beautiful pistols - here's mine. Didn't have time to get the greatest pics but you get the idea. Mine is in great shape other than the chip out of the left grip. AFAIK the Eagle-L indicates that it was for German Police use. Never met a 7,65mm that I didn't like (and I like this one a lot).
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I had mine out over the weekend for a few minutes. I think the Hsc trigger is one of most comfortable triggers out there. The Luger is a close second. I am sure there will be arguments over this point.
This ain't Dodge City and you ain't Bill Hickok - Matthew Quigley
It's documented that the designer of the Whitney Wolverine loved German pistols and admitted that he borrowed the charging handle "look" from the Luger. I also think that he admired the "lines" of the HSc because the WW looks pretty familiar. You be the judge:
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I had one and loved it and got talked out of it. Regretted it immediately. It was a .380 and did trigger slap pretty badly. I would love to find a nice shooter in .32, it was a wonderful little gun.
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