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001.JPG 100_1014.jpg Just got a lil brother for the CDP.
 
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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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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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You've spent a small fortune on your gun collection, lets see em!
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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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 ....
 
One of my favorites. Marlin 1895 GS. Leather by Levergun Leatherworks.

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Very cool, what caliber is that?

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

Haha do your best! Nice guys :)

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 ....

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

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.
 
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.
 
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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
 
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.
 

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