Well, I just picked up another 9mm that's been on my list for quite a while. Its the French MAB PA-15 Brevete. I've been looking for a while, but couldn't find the right one until now. The bluing looks very nice and it even has the box and papers. I don't think it was fired much at all, as it looks about as new as an old pistol can look. http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=152701396 I ended up paying more than I wanted to because of a very determined bidder at the last minute. That said, there was one in this condition on GunsAmerica last year that sold for $850, so I guess it isn't too bad. Still, I was hoping for $545, which would have been awesome. Oh well, I really wanted one in this condition for a while and they don't pop up often, so I just had to have it. There's another on GB with a starting price of $600, but its not nearly as nice. http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=153062920 Here's a couple on GA for $695 and $775 that show a good deal more wear. Prices have climbed on these lately. http://www.gunsamerica.com/973524648/Guns/Pistols/Military-Misc-Pistols-Non-US/MAB_Modele_PA_15.htm http://www.gunsamerica.com/931708394/Guns/Pistols/MN-Misc-Pistols/MAB_Brevete_9mm.htm# Anyway, I've always thought they were beautiful pistols in a unique sort of way. I've never shot one, but have handled one at a show before. The very few I've seen at shows were outrageously priced for the condition they were in. I hear they're accurate shooters. I also believe it was the first 9mm pistol to surpass the Hi-Power's 13 round capacity. They were introduced in the mid 1960's, IIRC. The pistol uses a rotary barrel, which is cool. I know at least one other member (fnfalman) has a PA-15 here. Any thoughts? I don't own any handguns from France and, as many know, I love collecting 9mms. I also won this auction a short while back, so I'll have two new to me 9mms shortly. http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=150785675 Slowly but surely, I'm picking up all the 9mms on my list.