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Can you name these guns?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by AKElroy, Jul 20, 2011.

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  1. AKElroy

    AKElroy Member

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    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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    LCP
    Glock compact (36?)
    AK47
    SKS
    Winchester 1300
    There, got the easy ones out of the way.
     
  3. AKElroy

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    Not sure those are even the easiest; the Glock guess is a tad off the mark. Anyone else?
     
  4. XM855

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    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?
     
  5. Yo Mama

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    It's a sig.
     
  6. Ignition Override

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    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.
     
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    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.
     
  8. Shear_stress

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    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
     
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    Irving.
     
  10. bsheets20061

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    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
     
  11. natman

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    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
     
  12. AKElroy

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    Wow --Extremely impressed on the handguns. VERY close, but not 100%
     
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    all my pistols are named Willie, not original but I like it
     
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    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.
     
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    I can tell your pal is a lefty.
     
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    I don't think the AK is a WASR 10. It has a milled receiver and looks too high-quality to be a WASR.
     
  17. EmbarkChief

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    I can say with certainty that the 6th gun from the left in the first pick is a Remington 1100-LT :)
     
  18. AKElroy

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    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.
     
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    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.
     
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    Yep, Circa 1974 if I remember right. 2 &3/4 only---
     
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    More "ambi" due to 20/40 left eye (corrected 20/20) and 20/400 right eye (ain't no correcting that) = left hand shooter.
     
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    Nope -- Not a Ruger. This will likely be the stumper.
     
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    My buddy was extremely unlucky. Turned over that little boat 28 seperate times in 16,000 feet of water.
     
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    Close. G27, 22/45, Super Blackhawk, LCP, S&W 686, 99AF, CZ 85b
     
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    AMT Lightning?
     
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