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Gun With the Highest "Cool Factor"

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by ShamboPyro, Dec 3, 2012.

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  1. Gato Montés

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    EDIT, I changed my mind.

    I vote Swedish K!
     
  2. tacxted

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  3. bannockburn

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    Definitely has to be something with full auto capability; probably a submachine gun. I think it's a close tie between the Beretta Model 12 and the Beretta Model 93R for the coolest gun out there.
     
  4. Arkansas Paul

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    The coolest gun on the planet hasn't changed since 1873.


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  5. Skribs

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    Coolest? Arsenal Shipka.
     
  6. mcdonl

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    Tha nagant revolver is pretty cool.
     
  7. Jorg Nysgerrig

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    Clearly a Howdah pistol.
     
  8. Robert

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    Lewis Gun.
     
  9. The_Armed_Therapist

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    M1A my way (fully customized).
     
  10. TurtlePhish

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    Some variety of FAL. Or a Finn Mosin M27.
     
  11. Mike Sr.

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    With out a doubt the classic, sleek, artistic flow of the S&W Model 66, 6"....bar-none!
     
  12. 50 cal

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    Dillon Aero.
     
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    Few people are going to conceal carry a gun bigger than this one: 500 S&W Snubnose [​IMG][/IMG] ............................Although, I have seen one bigger.................[​IMG][/IMG]
     
  14. Hokkmike

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    No question - type 56 AK-47!
     
  15. Sheepdog1968

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    I like a nice grade of oiled wood with a case hardened receiver (with tasteful traditional engraving) and good bluing on the other parts with iron sights ideally in a caliber that has been around for 50 to 100 years. Doesn't matter so much if rifle, pistol, or shotgun. Having said that, a full Manchlier stock makes me swoon.
     
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    M2 machinegun
     
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    Winchester 1897 trench guns.......
     
  18. k_dawg

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    A gussied up Mauser C96

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  19. Midwest

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    Handgun : Dirty Harry's .44 Magnum S&W Model 29

    Rifle/Other : Thompson Sub Machine gun
     
  20. wojownik

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    The 1911. Rock solid coolness.
     
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    Luger, Mauser C-96, .44 Automag.

    villain/anti-hero/hero = all bases covered.

    Long gun = B.A.R.
     
  23. sawdeanz

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    Can't believe I forgot that one, but I changed my favorite to that one.
     
  24. Larry Ashcraft

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    Yes it is. I have one, it was given to my granddad by my great granddad in the 1920s.

    My vote though, is the: Rifle, Caliber 30, M1.
     
  25. USAF_Vet

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    Coolest machine gun: Browning 1919A6
    Coolest classic Pistol: Mauser C-96
    Coolest Modern Pistol: USFA ZiP .22
    Coolest shotgun: Winchester model 12, with bayonet
    Coolest rifle: M41-A pulse rifle. Ten millimeter with over-and-under thirty millimeter pump action grenade launcher.
     
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