Southwest Firearms show your guns!

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by Joe Link, Feb 11, 2012.

  1. Joe Link

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    You've spent a small fortune on your gun collection, lets see em!
     
  2. deadeye

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    001.JPG 100_1014.jpg Just got a lil brother for the CDP.
     
  3. Joe Link

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    I really need to brush up on my gun photography skills.
     
  4. pinkhamr

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    Hmmm, what to post ...... OK, let's start with these ..... :)


    Bazooka Brothers AR45 (Gas Operated)


    DPMS LR-308 - 24" SS Target Barrel


    Bohica .50 BMG
     
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    Oh man, I'm drooling over those top two! What's it like shooting that .45?
     
  6. CFletch

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    That .50 is easily the coolest looking gun I've seen in a long time. How does it handle?
     
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    My litle Single Action family--Ruger Old Model Super Blackhawk 7 1/2 " .44 Mag, New Model Single Six .22, and New Model Super Bearcat in .22.

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    101811 081.JPG Did someone mention single action?
     
  9. Joe Link

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    Beautiful guns. I inherited an old Ruger Single Six from my grandfather a few years ago, I love shooting it. Took me a while to figure out what the extra cylinder was for :rolleyes:
     
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    One of my favorites. Marlin 1895 GS. Leather by Levergun Leatherworks.

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  11. Tanstaafl

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    Would be willing to lay ods if we posted pics of all our guns, we could crash the site.

    JM Marlin Ballard #5 Pacific in .45-70, mfg 1877-78. Great shape, incredibly accurate and I still shoot it a lot.
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    Colt 1873 SA, Colt letter says mfg 1886 in ,44-40. Shows holster carry wear, very good shape mechanically with tight internals. Good bore with sharp rifling and I do shoot it a little, so much fun I have to restrain myself from shooting it more.
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  12. pinkhamr

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    Hi Joe, the AR 45 handles great! I have another Bazooka Brothers upper arriving next week ...... this one is a 10MM. Should be a lot of fun .... :)

    CFletch - Thanx for the comment. The .50 shoots very well. It shoves you more then slams you. My 100# 22 year old daughter has even fired it couple of times, as has my wife. About 10 rounds per day is the maximum that you really want to fire though.


    I really like seeing all of those Single Actions and that Ballard looks super sweet - Thanx for posting them ....
     
  13. Joe Link

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    Very cool, what caliber is that?

    Haha do your best! Nice guys :)

    I'm going to have to find an AR45 around these parts to run a few rounds through.
     
  14. deadeye

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    That's my go to deer rifle.
     
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    Bought my first one the blued version (pictured) in 1987 for $160, shoots best with the magnums.

    The Wolf spring packs make a big difference too.
     
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    Thanks for the tips, I'll be sure to make note of that. I've never fired a .22 magnum, I'm really looking forward to it.
     
  17. CFletch

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    My Beretta 90-TWO, 9mm

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    AR-15 Carbine (self built) with bayonet mounted, 5.56mm

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    AR-15 Rifle, 5.56mm

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    Winchester Model 12, 16ga

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    Glenfield/Marlin Model 60, .22LR

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    FN Model 1950 Mauser with peep site, .30-06

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    The whole family
     
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    Nice collection! What year was that Beretta made? I don't think I've seen one with a rail and those grips.
     
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    Finn Sako Model 39, Mfg 1942 during the Continuation War.

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    Swede Husky Model 96/38 also mfg in 1942 and is almost like new.

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    Mauser scout made up about 20 years ago.

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    And I will quite for now before getting carried away.
     
  20. CFletch

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    I got it a few months ago and I'm not positive about year of manufacture. The model came out in 2006, and I think mine was made around 2009 or 2010.
     

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