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Family Photos: Rifles

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by SharpsDressedMan, Mar 6, 2011.

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  1. SharpsDressedMan

    SharpsDressedMan member

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    Started a "family photo" thread at Handguns, but found this picture of my AK's. We need to starte a "family photo" thread here, too! [​IMG][/IMG]
     
  2. wrench

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    Here's a couple of 'family photos':)
     

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  3. Ian

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    Here's one I posted on my web site a little while back - the family tree of roller-locked weapons.

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  4. MolleMan

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    IAN for idiots like me could you list them from left to right. a beautiful collection i'm starting to get envious
     
  5. kimberkid

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    Shotgun family
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    AMD-65 family
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    308 family
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    AR Family
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    HK Family
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    22LR family
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    Steyr Family
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  6. iamkris

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    Very nice, Ian. Lessee...Hakim, Rasheed, a couple of FG42s (!!!), CETME, HK91, HK93, MP5, and maybe an MG42. Holy poop...call me impressed. Makes mine look downright pathetic... :)

    New RA XCR
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    Win M1
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    Marlin 1895GBL
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    Win 73
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    SCAR
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    RI 03
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    My friend Tommy
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    Herd o' ARs (plus a .50 BMG thrown in for good measure)
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    M1919A4
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    FN PBR XP
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    Battle rifles
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    Foreign girlfriends
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    US military
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  7. iamkris

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    A few more...

    WWII allies
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    Assorted other WWII
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    Some "sporting" arms
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    Other stuff I missed
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  8. prid93

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    So now that I am completely jealous...
     
  9. Ian

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    Sadly, I don't own them - but I did take the photo myself. From left to right, they are:

    Gerat 03 – Roller locked variant of the G43
    Gerat 04 – A 7.92×33 Kurz version of the Gerat 03
    Gerat 06 – Gas operated, roller locked, stamped receiver
    Gerat 06H – Retarded roller locked, stamped receiver, produced as the StG45
    CETME
    HK91
    HK93
    MP5

    At the bottom are an MG42 and a CZ52. Both the 42 and the MP5 are fully transferrable.

    Those guns literally are the whole history of roller-locking, from start (MG42) through experimental iterations (the Gerats), postwar development (CETME), mainstream adoption (HK91) and proliferation (HK93 & MP5).
     
  10. PowderMonkey

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    Holy crap.
     
  11. Malamute

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    Winchesters,

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  12. Birdmang

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    I wish I could be part of the "rich/well off people post their awesome collections!"

    Great collections/photos!
     
  13. ifit

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    this is part of my family, chinese that is:)
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