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"Family Portraits"

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by FFMedic, Apr 17, 2008.

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  1. FFMedic

    FFMedic Member

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    Let's share some "family portraits" of your guns. Nice, sunny weather prompted me to take this photo of mine. Thanks to THR member Condition Zero for making the sweet Marlin Camp 45 happen for me.

    FFMedic

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  2. CmpsdNoMore

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    *drool*

    That's almost EXACTLY the collection I want.

    Beautiful.
     
  3. FireArmFan

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    it's not much, especially compared to the first photo, but i'm working on it.
     
  4. PTK

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    Again, I get to post my favorite pictures.... :D


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    Video of the Mosin Nagant SBR being fired.


    Video of the Stoeger 12ga SBS being fired.

    What do I win? :evil:

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    Here's the updated pic of my pistols...

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  5. Deer Hunter

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    PTK, your SBS guns make me drool. I would love to make my Stoeger coach gun an SBS...
     
  6. FFMedic

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    PTK you need to split that up into a few shots, I can't even come close to IDing the ones in back. Or just give the back half to me and don't worry about fussing with cameras and such.

    FFMedic
     
  7. MakAttak

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    PTK,

    Nice collection.

    I will note that at least two of your guns made into the "Abomination" thread....

    (and there's a couple more that SHOULD be in that thread ;))
     
  8. Dksimon

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    PTK, I love the Pink AR-15. Great collection. You definitely put me to shame
     
  9. PTK

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    Why, thank you. Abominations are a good thing. :D

    FFMedic

    The full resolution picture is about 20mb and shows all very clearly, but yes, I do need to update the picture.

    Dksimon

    That "pink" is CavArms "purple", much darker than their Barbie-puke pink. In addition, that AR-15 belongs to my girlfriend, though I did assemble it.
     
  10. Guitargod1985

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    LOL. Man PTK, every time I see that pic my jaw drops. :eek: You have a sickness, my friend. Break that up into a few shots and spare me the overdose of gun porn.;)
     
  11. PTK

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    At last count, I have 83 firearms and 6 more on the way. :D
     
  12. bannockburn

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    PTK

    Any favorites, or are all your "children" equal in your eyes?
     
  13. PTK

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    My top three favorites are the Buffalo Classic in .45-70, my FN PS90, and my silenced Buckmark pistol.
     
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    PTK-handguns pic, 3rd row from the left, what are the bottom 2? the bottom-most almost looks like a cz52 to me, but the grips are wrong and I dont see the takedown tabs. the one above I have NO idea, but it is unique looking and thus kinda neat.
     
  15. PTK

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    Bottom is a Hungarian AP .32ACP pistol, a copy of the PPK, the next up is a CZ82 in 9mm Makarov.
     
  16. GRB

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    I am a strong supported of the RKBA; however I am also a supporter of our legal system to a good degree. I'd like to see guns laws changed, to make sawed off shotguns, and rifles legal; but as far as I understand they are currently illegal. If that is truly the case, that they are illegal, then how does showing pics of them in this thread constitute taking the high road? Of course if they are legal then my whole question is moot but something keeps nagging me in the back of my mind telling me they are illegal. Someone correct me please and tell me they are legal and that their being shown here is truly High Road material.

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  17. PTK

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    They're all legal. You just need a $200 tax stamp for each National Firearms Act weapon.
     
  18. azhunter12

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    Ptk lol!! I would post my pics but my grandma has the latest family.
     
  19. USMC 1975

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    PTK:

    Please forgive me if I am wrong about this as it is just an assumption on my part.

    But do you happen to like guns and do you support the 2nd Amendment ?

    :)

    Chris
     
  20. FFMedic

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    Enough chit chat, more pics!

    FFMedic
     
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    This is the only one on the computer for now, I thought I had a couple more...But at least it's a pic

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    Yes, everyone please put up pictures of all your guns. Especially any NFA weapons.

    Love,

    Your friendly local ATF officer.
     
  23. Justin

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    Ok, I'll play...

    Just for fun.

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    Um, any pictures of NFA items are presumably already on record with the BATFE, so I'm guessing the worst that could happen with a picture of such an item is that Agent Schmuckatelli might decide to use it as his desktop wallpaper.
     
  25. PTK

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    How much tin foil do you go through in a month? If the government wanted to find out what I had, there are many, many ways to do so, including scanning my dwelling with what amounts to millimeter wave radar. Posting pictures of legally held firearms on the internet isn't exactly dangerous.
     
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