Show us your guns!!

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by SKrueger, Mar 15, 2017.

  1. SKrueger

    SKrueger
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    Lets have some fun!! I always enjoy drooling over other peoples guns (which has cost me a lot of money over the years)

    Show us some pictures. should be a picture heavy thread. ;)

    My AR-10

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    Canik TP9 SF
    Great little truck gun

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    Savage 30-06 I just got done rebuilding

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    This is a double barrel muzzle loader that I inherited from my great great grandfather. Don't know much about it so if anyone does please feel free to reach out to me. These pictures aren't very good. I can post better ones later if anyone is interested.


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  3. westernjeep401

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    Python, circa 1975.
     

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  4. SKrueger

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    Very cool!! That is one revolver I would buy given the opportunity.:)
     
  5. westernjeep401

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    Thanks!

    Got very lucky at a Marietta show last year; this one and a SW 28-2, both as-NIB. At the time, the whole zombie craze was in full swing (especially since they filmed the show locally). This example has been fired; the 28 is still wrapped-up.
     

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    Here's a few as i dont have pics of them all:
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    :D
     
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    Oopsi:D
     
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  8. SKrueger

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    What caliber is that? It looks like a tac driver!! :D
     
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    Currently the only gun I own but am hoping to get a .30-06
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    im going to try to make it to one of the cleanups up north one of these days!
     
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    If not we can plan something small :s0155:
     
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    MK IV Series 80 Government in .380. Just had new SS trigger/group installed. A great CC, and more comfy in my hams than the Mustang it replaced.
     

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    What's the difference between that and the Mustang?
     
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    The Govt was a 7+1 rounder, with a proportional size increase, whereas the Pocketlites are 6+1. It also has a 1911-style barrel bushing. I bought an XSP a coupe years ago, and enjoyed it very much. One day, this one appeared at the Firing Line on consignment...
     
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    How does the size compare with an officer size 1911?
     
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    I don't know, although I've seen the compact 1911, I've only ever ran a Kimber TLE, and that was with the .22 conversion.
     
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    My old Savage "Visable Loader," .22 S L & LR.
    BTW, Web images, IMO my rifle has a tiny bit better finish.:D
     

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    A Colt .22 semi aka "Cadet".
     

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  20. Joe Link

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    I really like pump action 22's.

    And anything with a pony on it!
     

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