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Gun-Related 2007 Calendar

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Rick O'Shea, Dec 26, 2006.

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  1. Rick O'Shea

    Rick O'Shea Member

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    Hi, guys,
    I need a wall calendar for the new year, and would like something firearms related.

    I've checked the S&W, Ruger, Winchester, Remington and Springfield Armory websites, and they seem to have everything but.

    Anyone know of such a thing?

    Thanks,
    Rick
     
  2. thumper723

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    Dillon.
     
  3. Correia

    Correia Moderator Emeritus

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    Oleg is going to do an FBMG movie-gun themed calender for us, but it won't be ready for 2007.
     
  4. CountGlockula

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    Glock calender

    I received a FREE 2007 Glock calender. If you want one give them a call.
     
  5. Rick O'Shea

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    Correia, an Oleg calendar would be perfect. Shame to wait for it.

    Thumper, thanks; I hadn't thought of Dillon. Only thing is, I'm getting this to use at work.
    A gun-related calendar is just controversial enough to be fun, but the Dillon girls would be too innapropriate (darnit...).

    My ideal would be some old blued S&W revolvers. "Weapons? Those are works of art!"

    Anyway, thanks fellas.
     
  6. sfhogman

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    Day By Day

    I believe Chris Muir, writer of the Day By Day comic and member of this forum, is going to do a calendar for 2007. I'm waitin' for it. Aside from that, I'd say Dillon.

    We like da wimmin's too, Chris.;),

    Jeff
     
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    I picked up a winchester one at the local sportsmans wharehouse. It's a bunch of prints by Remington and other western artists. Really nice.
     
  8. ACP230

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    Gunsite in Arizona has one. They offer it for free now and then on the Gun Talk radio show.

    U.S. Shooting, www.usashooting.com, has one. They'll send you one for a donation for maintaining the U.S. Shooting teams. This year it features classic, engraved Smith & Wesson handguns.

    SWAT Magazine may have one too. I got one with the magazine subscription last year.
     
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  10. Rick O'Shea

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    Thanks again, everyone.

    So far the USA Shooting calendar sounds the best for me, but I can't find any mention of it on the website.
    I may give them a call.
    Worthy cause, too.
     
  11. BobMcG

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    I support the U.S.A. shooting team and get a nice one from them every year.
     
  12. scout26

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    Then this would be right out.:D :evil:

    http://www.stackedandpacked2007.com/
     
  13. Beatnik

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    Beat me to the punch.
    Good to know Liddy's still at it.
     
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    Dadgummit, scout...

    OK, maybe one for the workshop...
     
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    The Dillon girls are inappropriate??? Maybe the calendar's different- more extensive?- to the Blue Press catalog??? I don't know. Their cover shots... I recall this one- I still have it- reminds me of a lady I know who does western stuff and she's a good friend of mine. I don't know the model; she just reminds me of my friend.
     
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    You can have my SWAT magazine calendar. It is full of ads; not much in the way of good gun photos.
     
  19. Blackfork

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    Texas State Rifle Association Calendar.

    Second on the TSRA Calendar. I shot most of the photos, though I didn't get to edit them. I think they are five bucks. (I shot the photos for free to save TSRA money)

    Gearing up for the next year. I have several new ideas in mind though I ran through all my firearms and a lot of the neighbors in the last few years. Might shoot the whole thing at a friend of mines family trust building, where he has his firearms collection in the vault. Just have to add some Cowboy Action stuff to keep those folks happy.

    You ought to JOIN the TSRA, or whatever your sanctioned state organization is anyway. Put a little money where your heart is.
     
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