Guns that are not made anymore that I would buy

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  1. frogfurr

    frogfurr Member

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    Remington Nylon 66 ( I had one)
    Winchester 94/22 ( I had one)
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    Pre- 1964 Winchester M70
    Clackamas Kimber Model 82 ( I have one)
    Clackamas Kimber Model 84 ( I have one)
     
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  2. George P

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    Willi Korth 357
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  3. Tommygunn

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    Merwin Hulbert in .44-40, .45 Colt, or similar "cowboy" caliber.
     
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    Star PD...had one many years ago, sold it years ago.
     
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  5. giggitygiggity

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    Below are the guns that I don’t have that I wish were still made:

    -Remington Model 8
    -H&K P7
    -Mauser Broomhandle
    -Uzi (of the classic look, not the modernized IWI mini Uzi)
    -Remington 51
    -Colt 1903 Hammerless
    -Luger P-08
    -STG-44
    -PPK in .32ACP
     
  6. .308 Norma

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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smith_&_Wesson_.38/44
    I don't even know how good of guns the Smith .38/44 Outdoorsmans were, but I've always loved how they look. And if I ever find one in good shape for a reasonable price, I'll probably buy it.:)
     
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  7. bannockburn

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    -S&W Model 58
    -Beretta Model 90
    -Beretta Model 70
    -HK P7
    -HK P4
    -Browning BDA .45
    -Luger P08
    -Colt Model 1908 Pocket Hammerless
    -Star Model BM
    -Star Model D

    Added to the list:
    -Ruger Six Series
    -Colt New Frontier .22
     
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  8. courtgreene

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    The older savage 110. The current ones are good but I’d rather have a blind staggered mag than straight stacked dbm. Hinged floor plates are nice too... just not dbm. I know I’m in the minority though, I’m glad I have one and wish they still made one.
     
  9. Hillbillyz

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    Luger p08 tops my list. Remington 141.
     
  10. vintovka

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    Broomhandle mauser!!!
     
  11. Kevin Keith

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    Three Rs right off the top of my head

    Ruger Model 44
    Ruger Red Label 12 gauge, 26" bbl
    Remington Nylon 66 in Mohawk Brown
     
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  12. memtb

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    Nylon 66 was the first that came to my mind....we’ve had 3 in the family. Still have 2.
    Browning Nomad, 22 semi-auto pistol
    Winchester Model 88
    Winchester Model 70 made like the New Haven models
    Winchester Model Model 12
    Winchester Model 97

    The Model 97 was never in the immediate family, with the rest.....all but the Browning are still in the family! I’ve regretted getting rid of that Browning many times! memtb
     
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  13. DocRock

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    A big bore Merwin & Hulbert please.
     
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  14. Kevin Keith

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    Ooh, yeah, put me down for one too, but make mine .22-250 Remington!
     
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  15. mcb

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    Webley top break revolvers.
     
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    Winchester M1895 in 7.62x54R
    Colt Officer's Model Match in .38 and/or .22
    Ljutic Space Gun
    Holmes Supertrap
    Remington Model 51 (NOT the R51!)
    Baby Nambu
    Browning (Belgian) Superposed
    Remington Model 8
    Pre-64 WInchesters in general, but the Model 70 and the Model 12 in particular.
    S&W Models 422 & 622.
     
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    I have a Savage Model 12 FLV with the blind staggered feed magazine. The aftermarket support is not as much for these compared to the newer center feed magazine models.
     
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    I wouldn't mind seeing Star come back. I do like the Model A Super in 9mm Largo and my First M40 and Firestar M43. It would also be nice to see the Winchester 94/22 make a comeback too.
     
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  19. NIGHTLORD40K

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    Im not sure I understand the question....these are guns I wish they would reintroduce or used guns I would buy if I found one (and money was no object).

    For reintroduce, Id go with Savage M99- how about in .223, .357, .300BO, 7.62X39 or even .22LR please!

    For old timey gunshow find, Id say S&W .38/.44 HD or Model 20.

    I pretty much already bought everything else Ive ever wanted.:)
     
  20. DustyGmt

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    Man, there have got to be about a dozen others I just can't call to mind right now, I feel I'm constantly saying to myself "why don't they make these anymore".

    Same goes for knives, there are so many good guns and knives that aren't made anymore. It's always the worst when something finally hits your radar and you think of all the times you passed right by them only to go hunting for one years later to find they are discontinued and going for 10× the price.....
     
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    Sorry for the temporary hijack, but I was hoping I could just get this out of the way real quick. How is "Ljutic" pronounced? I mentioned them at the trap field where perazzi's, Krieghoffs and other high end guns are common, one of the guys who shoots a Ljutic wasn't there these past few times, but when I asked about them nobody knew or seemed to be familiar with the brand. I probably butchered pronunciation.....
     
  22. BigBore44

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    Oh man. What a question.

    There’s really no way I could answer. Break out a copy of the “Shooters Bible” and start picking. Seriously. Even if it’s junk, it’s still another to add to the collection.

    Start with anything in lever action made by Marlin that has a JM stamp.

    Then there’s S&W. Seriously, where do you even start? How about a model 68 and a CS-1.

    Colt? If it’s named after a snake, I’ll take a blued and stainless version please. Then a couple trooper models.

    How about an Automag.

    I’ll take a nice 70 in 300H&H.

    Definitely a savage 99.

    And could go on for days. Lots of great guns not made anymore.
     
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  23. John Joseph

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    Savage 99
    Colt 1903
    Winchester M52
     
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    “Ll-yew-tic”
     
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  25. ozarkhillbilly

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    HK P7 (M8&M13)
    Broomhandle Mauser 9mm
    FN FAL (by someone besides DSA)
    Browning Auto 5 original
    Browning HiPower
    S&W revolvers with out locks
     
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