1. PurpleHerpleDerple says

    Found this sheila at a gun show in the not-so-distant past. Something I had only seen online beforehand, both the look and the price ended up making it an easy purchase. It was made by Erma Werke (The company which produced guns such as the Erma EMP and some MP40s) in the late 1960s. In all of my research, I have not been able to find a consistent production statistic ([A listing ](https://www.rockislandauction.com/detail/2017/202/scarce-erma-et22-navy-luger-semiautomatic-pistol) on Rock Island Auction Company says less than 400; [Guns.com ](https://www.guns.com/news/2018/12/03/from-the-gdc-warehouse-erma-navy-22-luger-lookalikes-photos) has a source saying a little less than 7,000), but I’ve found them to be quite rare. Hope y’all enjoy.

  2. DulcetBellwhether says

    Bruh stop fucking around we all know this that motherfucken [nintenzapper](https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/2e/Nintendo-Entertainment-System-NES-Zapper-Gray-L.jpg) 🤣

  3. HagarTheTolerable says

    How reliable have you found it to be? I know some of the luger clones get really picky about .22lr ammo

  4. ZETH_27 says

    I see luger, I upvote.

  5. MickyGarmsir says

    Erma gehrd! An Erma Werke!

  6. blazinfastjohny says

    This guy fucks

  7. GlockAF says

    Is it actually a toggle action, or a straight blowback lookalike?

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