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AKElroy
July 20, 2011, 08:23 PM
Someone I am very close to snapped this shot (prior to the boating accident) when cleaning & organizing his safe. Not that any of these should really be stumpers, but with the small, poor pics, I am anxoius to see how long it takes to get an accurate 28. Starting the timer.......NOW-------

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JVaughn
July 20, 2011, 08:33 PM
LCP
Glock compact (36?)
AK47
SKS
Winchester 1300
There, got the easy ones out of the way.

AKElroy
July 20, 2011, 09:07 PM
Not sure those are even the easiest; the Glock guess is a tad off the mark. Anyone else?

XM855
July 20, 2011, 09:22 PM
G33 maybe?
Ruger 22/45
Ruger Single Six? - not too good with wheelguns.
Kel-tec PF9
Some S&W? Again, not too good with wheelguns...
92FS
CZ75

I'm not nearly experienced enough to take a whack at the long guns.
How'd I do?

Yo Mama
July 20, 2011, 09:25 PM
It's a sig.

Ignition Override
July 20, 2011, 09:28 PM
First of all, the boating accident myth fools nobody.
Nobody takes more than one into a boat anyway.

The SKS is the extremely common Yugo with the useless grenade launcher, and the "AK clone" looks too nice to be a common WASR.

camar
July 20, 2011, 09:45 PM
I read somewhere that putting a scope on a handgun is like painting a mustach on the Mona Lisa. I tend to agree with this quote.

Shear_stress
July 20, 2011, 09:56 PM
Handguns:
CZ85B (not Combat)
S&W 342 with Crimson trace
Para Ordnance 1911
Taurus PT-92
Glock subcompact (model impossible to tell)
Sig Pro
S&W 686
Ruger LCP with laser
Ruger Super Blackhawk, stainless
Ruger 2245

Jim Watson
July 20, 2011, 09:59 PM
Irving.

bsheets20061
July 21, 2011, 04:32 AM
handguns:
buckmark
super black hawk
lcp with laser
686 or 681?
sig 2022
g26or27
342
para 1911
cz not sure which one

rifles:
yugo sks
stoeger coach gun 12 gauge
wasr10 w/nice stock set
j. stevens a&t 22lr
cant tell the last 22 for sure

natman
July 21, 2011, 08:10 AM
First pic:
ruger 10/22
air rifle
tube fed 22 (Marlin?)
Win 1300 defender
LH Sako
Rem 1100
Tikka
Win 94
mossberg 500
LH Rem 700
Baikal shotgun
win 94 AE
nef handi rifle

Second pic
Stevens favorite
Stevens/Savage "gill gun"
AK
Rossi Coach gun
Yugo SKS

Third pic:
CZ75 (or possibly an EAA Witness)
S&W lightweight 642
Colt 1911
Beretta 92
Glock
Sig
S&W L-frame
Ruger Keltec copy
Ruger Superblackhawk
Ruger 22/45

AKElroy
July 21, 2011, 08:51 AM
Handguns:
CZ85B (not Combat)
S&W 342 with Crimson trace
Para Ordnance 1911
Taurus PT-92
Glock subcompact (model impossible to tell)
Sig Pro
S&W 686
Ruger LCP with laser
Ruger Super Blackhawk, stainless
Ruger 2245

Wow --Extremely impressed on the handguns. VERY close, but not 100%

huntsman
July 21, 2011, 09:34 AM
Irving.
all my pistols are named Willie, not original but I like it

GCBurner
July 21, 2011, 01:15 PM
Cool! A Stevens "Crack Shot 26". That was my very first real .22, salvaged from my grandparents' attic when I was about 10 years old.

Dr.Rob
July 21, 2011, 03:04 PM
I can tell your pal is a lefty.

Gato
July 21, 2011, 03:58 PM
handguns:
buckmark
super black hawk
lcp with laser
686 or 681?
sig 2022
g26or27
342
para 1911
cz not sure which one

rifles:
yugo sks
stoeger coach gun 12 gauge
wasr10 w/nice stock set
j. stevens a&t 22lr
cant tell the last 22 for sure
I don't think the AK is a WASR 10. It has a milled receiver and looks too high-quality to be a WASR.

EmbarkChief
July 21, 2011, 04:29 PM
I can say with certainty that the 6th gun from the left in the first pick is a Remington 1100-LT :)

AKElroy
July 21, 2011, 06:25 PM
I don't think the AK is a WASR 10

Correct. Not a WASR; it is a milled "Polish" 1960, which is to say it was made in the USA from a hodgepodge of leftover parts from who knows where. Green Mountain Barrel, Ironwood furniture (because AK's are supposed to be pretty), and an Aimpoint 9100 on an Ultimak mount. Tapco G2, buffer, Great shooter, or so I have been led to believe.

AKElroy
July 21, 2011, 06:32 PM
Cool! A Stevens "Crack Shot 26". That was my very first real .22, salvaged from my grandparents' attic when I was about 10 years old.

Yep. That crack-shot .22 was given to me by my grandfather the day before he passed. I was 13. He traded a greyhound for it when he was a young man; got it from a guy that had worked a slaughterhouse. no telling how many cows were dropped with that little .22. It lacked a front sight, so my grandfather worked some magic to affix a half-penny that he then filed to the existing front sight.

One of my...Friends most prized possessions.

AKElroy
July 21, 2011, 06:42 PM
I can say with certainty that the 6th gun from the left in the first pick is a Remington 1100-LT

Yep, Circa 1974 if I remember right. 2 &3/4 only---

AKElroy
July 21, 2011, 06:44 PM
I can tell your pal is a lefty.

More "ambi" due to 20/40 left eye (corrected 20/20) and 20/400 right eye (ain't no correcting that) = left hand shooter.

AKElroy
July 21, 2011, 06:49 PM
ruger 10/22

Nope -- Not a Ruger. This will likely be the stumper.

AKElroy
July 21, 2011, 06:55 PM
First of all, the boating accident myth fools nobody.
Nobody takes more than one into a boat anyway.

My buddy was extremely unlucky. Turned over that little boat 28 seperate times in 16,000 feet of water.

AKElroy
July 21, 2011, 06:57 PM
G33 maybe?
Ruger 22/45
Ruger Single Six? - not too good with wheelguns.
Kel-tec PF9
Some S&W? Again, not too good with wheelguns...
92FS
CZ75

Close. G27, 22/45, Super Blackhawk, LCP, S&W 686, 99AF, CZ 85b

Shear_stress
July 21, 2011, 06:58 PM
Nope -- Not a Ruger. This will likely be the stumper.

AMT Lightning?

AKElroy
July 21, 2011, 07:02 PM
First pic:
ruger 10/22 --Nope
air rifle -- Yep --
tube fed 22 (Marlin?) -- Nope, although it is a Marlin
Win 1300 defender -- yep
LH Sako -- Nope
Rem 1100 -- yep
Tikka -- Nope
Win 94 -- yep
mossberg 500 -- Close; 580 youth
LH Rem 700 -- Nope
Baikal shotgun --Yep
win 94 AE -- Yep
nef handi rifle -- Yep

Second pic
Stevens favorite -- Yep
Stevens/Savage "gill gun" -- WOW--Never expected someone to get this Stevens right. Rare gun.
AK -- Obviously
Rossi Coach gun -- Another unexpected yep; Good eye!
Yugo SKS -- Yep

Third pic:
CZ75 (or possibly an EAA Witness) -- Close
S&W lightweight 642 -- Very close; Scandium 340 .357
Colt 1911 -- First one to not say Para; Good!
Beretta 92 -- Nope. Taurus 99
Glock -- Yep
Sig -- Yep
S&W L-frame -- Yep; 686
Ruger Keltec copy -- Brilliant
Ruger Superblackhawk -- easy
Ruger 22/45 -- yep, with the old-man eyes scope. Well done.

AKElroy
July 21, 2011, 07:06 PM
AMT Lightning?

Nope.

Shear_stress
July 21, 2011, 07:26 PM
AMT Lightning?

Nope.

Volquartsen Superlight?

AKElroy
July 21, 2011, 09:58 PM
Volquartsen Superlight?

Never heard of it. It is a Magnum Research. It does have a VQ trigger, Kidd match barrel, OEM Ruger target stock, it is a 10/22 clone w/ a picatinni rail milled into the reciever.

It is by far the most accurate .22 I have ever fired; aspirin sized groups at 50yrds with Wolf match ammo. It is also, ridiculously, the most expensive gun my friend owns.

It was sad to see him fall into the 10/22 trap of endless cash outlay in pursuit of obsessively tighter groups.

Onmilo
July 22, 2011, 02:29 PM
Left to right;
George
Larry
Harold
Marvin
Darwin
Lance
Edward
Corbin
Dave
Robert
Mary Jo
Lucy
Karen
Dick
Valerie
Gavin
Dell
Laurie
Stacy
Kevin
Val
Jim
Joe
Beavis
Cuthbert
Owen
Arvis
Peter
How did I do?:D

WhistlinDixie
July 22, 2011, 07:54 PM
Is that a LH Browning Stainless Stalker?

AKElroy
July 24, 2011, 09:04 PM
Nope -- LH Savage Accustock .308

AKElroy
July 24, 2011, 09:07 PM
Left to right;
George
Larry
Harold
Marvin
Darwin
Lance
Edward
Corbin
Dave
Robert
Mary Jo
Lucy
Karen
Dick
Valerie
Gavin
Dell
Laurie
Stacy
Kevin
Val
Jim
Joe
Beavis
Cuthbert
Owen
Arvis
Peter
How did I do?

Pretty good,actually. Larry, Dave & Mary Jo road along to the lease this weekend. Many rounds down range, but unfortunately no critters, just paper & prickly pear.

LukeTheDrifter
July 25, 2011, 06:51 PM
The 7th from the left looks like a sporterized Mauser 98.

speedway
July 25, 2011, 07:24 PM
I call them a good start.

Keep going.

danprkr
July 26, 2011, 10:24 AM
A good start :)

forgetitohio
July 26, 2011, 11:42 AM
Thanks for the pics.
Alot of memories when I saw that Stevens Favorite

I have a Stevens Favorite from my Gpa.
In the day he would hunt rabbits with it for living money. He'd get $.10 cents for a rabbit and buy .22LR 2for $.01.
According to my Dad sometimes a pint of shine from the Sunfish Hills past Hillsboro OH.
When my Dad was old enought to go with him he used a "Stevens Visable Loading Repeater." .22 SH/L/LR pump.
Still have them both. Also a 8 shot "IJ Target Sealed 8".
Now I'm going to have to go to the range and shot these guns. Been in my safe for?????

BTW... the front site on the Stevens Favorite was missing also. I made a new one about 45 yrs. ago. Damn, I'm getting old. LOL

VT Deer Hunter
July 27, 2011, 07:42 PM
There is either a Marlin or Winchester in there.

AKElroy
July 28, 2011, 07:37 PM
There are 4 Winchesters and 1 Marlin, so you are indeed correct sir.

627PCFan
July 28, 2011, 07:48 PM
Dean Koontz, "the husband"

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