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Old July 8, 2012, 12:06 PM   #7826
mag41uk
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New boy here from the UK

New here but not to shooting!
Been shooting all sorts for 40 plus years.
No hand guns here any more apart from muzzle loaders so plenty of rifle and shotgunning.
Currently own K11,No4Mk2,10/22,41 Marlin,44 Marlin,11-87,Uberti 1885 in 45-70.
Also alot of antiques,Snyder,M/Henry,a few rolling blocks,310 cadet and others.
Next rifle will be something tactical in 260 remington for 1000 yard plus shooting.
There are some damn good rifle builders here in the UK!
Check out UKvarminting for an idea of what goes on here.
I do plenty of reloading and casting!
Cheers,
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Old July 8, 2012, 04:17 PM   #7827
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Hi, my name is Nick and I'm a gun enthusiast so naturally I have been joining different forums obtaining all the knowledge I can. I'm new here but I'm an active member on other forums so I may already know some of you. I collect, build and currently own all different types of guns from black powder to assault rifles with everything but a can opener mounted on them. I look forward to what this forum has to offer.
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Old July 8, 2012, 05:43 PM   #7828
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Welcome to the forum but...
The correct term is modern sporting rifle NOT assult rifle
remember the gun hating left wing liberals coined the term "assult rifle"
home defense weapon is acceptable
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Old July 8, 2012, 10:44 PM   #7829
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Well if you knew what I owned you would agree they are assault rifles but for the sake of the liberals I only own modern sporting rifles.
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Old July 9, 2012, 11:54 AM   #7830
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Ah so you had to pay for some 200 dollar tax stamps A

I want to come over and play with your toys
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Old July 9, 2012, 07:27 PM   #7831
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Charlin 20 gauge shotgun

My name is Tom and my recent membership is based on my acquirement of a Charlin shotgun. I believe it's 20 gauge and it may be a 1920's to 1940's model. It appears in good shape. Not being learned in guns and certainly not french sliding breech loaders, I'm attempting to educate myself regarding it's vintage, history and how it may be disassembled. I'll probably bring it to a gunsmith but am wondering if anyone using this site is familiar with this type of shotgun. Thanks.
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Old July 9, 2012, 10:58 PM   #7832
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New Member in NC

Hey Everyone.

Just wanted to say "hi" and introduce myself. This looks like a really good group and I'm excited to be part of the discussion.

Beside liking ice cream and long walks on the beach, I spend most of my time trying to finish my degree at UNC, training my purebred mutt retriever Molly (half lab, half coonhound, all sass), and working on my little 500cc motorcycle. Then Fall rolls around and I'm busy tripping over sunken logs and falling in over my waders around the local waterfowl impoundments. I have a small pump action shotgun addiction for which I am seeking treatment. Its an uphill battle, but I remain hopeful.

Glad to have made your acquaintance.
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Old July 9, 2012, 11:46 PM   #7833
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Hey everyone! My name is Frankie & I'm a gun addict but I'm too poor to own as many as I'd like I have a Gen 4 G22, XDm 9 4.5", & a Taurus PT1911. I had to join this site after I saw how often useful info would come up on Google. I look forward to contributing & learning from this site!!


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Old July 10, 2012, 02:20 PM   #7834
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Greetings 2A practitioners. As for introductions, I'm a Native Oklahoman, working on my PhD, and I prefer cowboy action firearms (Leverguns and Single Actions). Don't get me wrong, I do own modern sporting rifles and semi auto handguns but get they just don't give me the same satisfaction as an old levergun.
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Old July 10, 2012, 05:25 PM   #7835
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Newbie

Hello all, as an intro I have often stumbled across articles here, and since I'm getting serious about getting a rifle and learning to hunt I thought I would finally join. As some background, I was born and bred in Central VA (where I still reside) and come from a once-vegan, now-vegetarian household, which makes for interesting discussions about my desire to hunt lol. As for other interests, I am very in to martial arts (Karate, out of practice now though), darts, psychology, film photography, old books, etc. If there is anyone in the Central VA area with advice on shooting ranges/retailers feel free to PM me, would love any advice to get started.
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Old July 10, 2012, 11:33 PM   #7836
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Hello to All. I'm west of Salem,OR. I'm a second generation NRA Life Member. My brother and I used to own "SportsWild" Sporting Goods in Red Bluff, CA. We were both FFL dealers at that time. I like to target shoot and work on my own guns. My wife likes to shoot our High Standard Sport King more than the others. She can write her name with it. My favorite pistol to shoot is my Dan Wesson 1911 10mm Match. I am registered to two other gun forums and find that I learn a lot from reading them.
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Old July 12, 2012, 10:19 AM   #7837
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Another newbie to this forum and feeling very welcomed already. I look forward to many useful visits in the future.
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Old July 12, 2012, 03:52 PM   #7838
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Hi Everyone,

I am a new member as of today and I am pleased with the responses from this community. I am a combat infantry veteran of OIF/OEF with the 82nd ABN and I just now have recently started to get into shooting in the civilian world. I have purchased a S&W Shield so that I can get my CHL and I have my sights set on getting a SOCOM 16 but its going to be a while!

I live in texas and I have a great outdoor range that lets me shoot out 1000 yds so I can't complain!
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Old July 12, 2012, 05:55 PM   #7839
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Hello all,

I made a few posts before I discovered this thread, but better late than never. I'm into casual plinking, mostly .22, and trap shooting. My taste in guns tends to run to the unusual, and my current collection includes:

Beretta Neos .22
Beretta Tomcat .32
Puma PPS/50 .22
Carcano 6.5 Cavalry Carbine
Winchester M70 375 H&H
Weatherby MKXXII .22
Marlin 983S 22WMR
Browning Gold Hunter 12GA
Cogswell & Harrison Avant Tout 12GA BLE

I'm looking forward to lots of enlightening discussions with like-minded enthusiasts!
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Old July 12, 2012, 06:14 PM   #7840
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New to this Forum

Hi all;
I'm new here so don't beat me up too bad . I like guns and shooting so I figure I'm among friends here. I've visited this Forum before an just now decided to register.
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Old July 15, 2012, 01:44 AM   #7841
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Hey guys just found this place. I got back into shooting about 7 months ago after a 5 year hiatus where I sold everything off. I'm just into plinking and target shooting as most of my guns are range toys. I like to tinker too...enjoy working on my guns as much as shooting them.

Here's the start of my new collection. Next gun to come off layaway is CIA 93 (HK93) clone that I'm going to roll the dice. It's going to be a project build and I wanted to do something different than an AR or AK.

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Old July 16, 2012, 12:20 AM   #7842
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This is it

mf-dif, U found it! Really great site. Nice defense weapons. I stay in the background but glean the minds of those who know & suggest U do the same. Welcome.
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Old July 16, 2012, 07:52 AM   #7843
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New member

Hello,
My name is Rob.I enjoy shooting all types of firearms,and
Hunting and fishing.The outdoors in general.Latley I have
Been enjoying M1 carbines,and Mini 14's.I joined this forum
Because I enjoy reading the posts ,and have a few questions
Myself.I will be asking them shortly.I look forward to
interacting with fellow enthusiasts,and sharing my experiances
with you.
Rob
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Old July 16, 2012, 04:07 PM   #7844
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hi everyone. looks like a great site. i'm here mostly for bp. hoping to find folks who can help me expand my bp knowledge.
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Old July 16, 2012, 07:54 PM   #7845
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Greetings everyone. I'm hoping to learn from this interesting site ...
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Old July 16, 2012, 10:01 PM   #7846
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New member here, and first time gun owner 4 months ago. I'm looking for honest info and opinions. Great site!

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Old July 17, 2012, 02:44 AM   #7847
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I came to this site often to gather opinions on a wide range of topics so I decided to become a member. I'm really into everything; rifles (particularly the AR), shotguns, and pistols. Own a gen 2 G 23 and am currently looking to expand my collection
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Old July 18, 2012, 09:55 PM   #7848
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New Gun Owner 3 months ago

Hi my name's Randy. I've been going to the range once or twice a year for the past 3 years with my best friend. Just bought a few guns since April. I'm mostly a handgun enthusiast. My current goal is getting my shots in at 25 yards. Got no problem at 10 yards My first handgun was the Beretta M9a1.
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Old July 19, 2012, 08:46 AM   #7849
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Hello y'all! My name is Joe and I have been lurking on this site as a guest and finally joined. Thank you for all the information. I am an avid handgun shooter and currently own 6 handguns of various calibers from 22 to 44 mag. I just recently got back into handgun shooting after a 3 hear hiatus due to a near fatal motorcycle accident on the racetrack. I suffer from Traumatic Brain Injury and an unable to do many of the things I used to do. But shooting has remained with me!! Thank goodness! I enjoy it so much. Sounds weird but being at the range shooting and at the loading table is very peaceful for me. Almost like it gives my brain a rest. I look forward to the information y'all provide and I hope to be able to contribute. Be safe everyone and have a wonderful day!
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Old July 19, 2012, 02:15 PM   #7850
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Jake from OK. I am a staunch believer in the sanctity of the US Constitution, especially the Bill of Rights, with The Second Amendment being key to a free people.
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