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A little test

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by jsalcedo, Sep 11, 2003.

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  1. jsalcedo

    jsalcedo Member

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    I was building new gunracks for my rifle & shotgun collection and had half of them together for a group photo.

    Who can be the first to name them correctly by model from left to right.

    Exclude #9 its probably too difficult

    The photo quality isn't great so good luck..

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  2. Ed Brunner

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    Just the rifles

    or the shotguns too?
     
  3. jsalcedo

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    Sorry fixed that. All of them save #9
     
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    Is this a test of our eyesight, monitor quality or intuition? ;)
     
  5. Mark Tyson

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    Can you give us a better picture?
     
  6. jsalcedo

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    I enlarged it somewhat if that helps.
     
  7. pale horse

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    30. cal carbine M1
    sar 90 or ak
    marlin camp 9
    sks
    mossberg 500
    browning A5
    winchester 94
    looks like a JC higgians
    some kind of 12 gauge side by side
    M44
    enfield mk 3
    91/30 nagant
     
  8. jsalcedo

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    Congrats Pale horse

    :cool:

    I'll have to make it harder next time.

    BTW the double barrel is an old Ithaca side by side
     
  9. pale horse

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    Before I went to the Marines I studied firearms like nobody I have met in the past. I was a paine in the butt to watch movies with. Now I am not the best with the older firearms, however from the 50s up I am halfway decient.

    What do I win?
     
  10. jsalcedo

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    Our admiration for getting it right so quickly. :D
     
  11. Mark Tyson

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    We're going to start a "Buy Jsalcedo a new digital camera fund" LOL! No, better not. You'd probably spend the money on another gun.
     
  12. DJJ

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    Nice gun rack. You captured the "sofa" look perfectly. ;)
     
  13. Kharn

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    Mark Tyson:
    I think we just need a detachable flash to pass around amoung THR members. There's some other pics in Strategies and Tactics that would really benefit from a fill flash.

    Also, isnt that a Mossberg 590? I thought 500s had short mag tubes.

    Kharn
     
  14. jsalcedo

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    You don't know how right you are. :D

    Correct, I keep forgetting to call it a 590.
     
  15. Ed Brunner

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    Is that an Ithaca 100?
     
  16. jsalcedo

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    Not sure, its a double trigger with a engraved hunting dog on the side.


    Its marked smokeless powder steel and was made in the 1920's I believe.
     
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