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Chistmas Shopping; Guns for X-Mas?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by 7.62FullMetalJacket, Dec 13, 2003.

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  1. 7.62FullMetalJacket

    7.62FullMetalJacket Member

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    I have decided on a theme this Chistmas. It is deck the halls with guns-a-plenty!

    I have some semi-anti relatives that I must tease, and some well deserving relatives. So I am giving, as gifts, four shotties (3 pumps and a SxS) and a carbine. and a handgun for the old man :D

    I also purchased about 200 lbs of ammo for celebration. Should be a flashy Christmas. :evil:

    Anybody else go crazy like this?
     
  2. Langenator

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    Wow...how big a loan did you have to take out?

    If I find a good deal on a Kimber Ultra Carry at the gun show next weekend, my wife might get it for Christmas instead of her birthday as planned.
     
  3. CZ 75 BD

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    Many Christmases ago...

    my young bride and I had our first Christmas with my parents as newlyweds. When my darling saw the rifles, pistols, shotguns and knives that were exchanged that morning, she nearly flipped. We are still together.:)
     
  4. 7.62FullMetalJacket

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    An armed couple is a happy couple:D
     
  5. Bowlcut

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    I bought my dad a kel tec p3at to replace his bersa when he needs small print... and considering i promised him it on fathers day......its about time ;)
     
  6. Poodleshooter

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    I've gotten them as Christmas presents but have never given one...yet.
    Some friends and I do have a New Years tradition in which we buy one of our group (picked at random the year before) a new rifle, bought by the rest of the group. This year's winner gets a Yugoslavian M48 Mauser.
     
  7. fiVe

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    This year, Mrs. fiVe & I are giving:

    S & W Model 29 .44 mag

    Rugre P89DC 9 MM


    "Deck the halls with guns & ammo. Faa Laa Laa Laa Laaaa La Laa Laa Laa"
     
  8. OEF_VET

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    Last year, my better half bought me a PDA. I ended up having too many problems getting it to work with my laptop, so she returned it and put the money into getting me a SAR-1 instead. It was definitly a much more enjoyable gift. :D
     
  9. Hazwaste

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    Mrs. Haz got me a WASR double stack last Christmas. I suspect a POSP scope or maybe a red-dot is in the works this year, if she caught my hints.
     
  10. Josh

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    The Mrs. got me a blonde.

    A Winchester 1300 with Blonde furniture that is, and a trip to F.A.S.

    That's love.
     
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  11. BIGJim223

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    2 years ago Ms. BIGJim223 got me a milled Bulgarian SLR-100H AK-47. SWEET gun. Last christmas, she got me a $550, lit reticle, rangefinding, scope for my beloved Bushy A3. This year she is following my wishes with a FN Mdl.49 in .308.
    Should be getting it Friday (I hope!) if all goes well with my FFL.
    I have been married 29 years and she has finaly figured out what I NEED for Xmas!
    BIGJim223
     
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