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If you could choose one current production gun for free what would it be?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by jsalcedo, Mar 17, 2003.

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  1. jsalcedo

    jsalcedo Member

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    None of this (insert most expensive gun) then sell it to buy more. You have to keep it.

    Remember, current production models only.

    I'm curious to see what the choices would be.
     
  2. New_comer

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    A P7M8 for me ;)
     
  3. cool45auto

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    I don't have a version on the 1911 Colt yet :( so I'd want one of those from Kimber or somebody.
     
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    I think someone is still making Ma Deuces (assuming, some way, some how, the ATF approved the NFA transfer)...

    Kharn
     
  6. TxShooter

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    A new rollmark Colt 1991A1, in blue or stainless.
     
  7. Brian Williams

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    Either a new m-16-a4 or one of these from Ballard rifles
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    A new Flattop from US firearms,Maybe.....?
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    or just a plain SAA like these....?hmmmmm
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  8. faustulus

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    Been jonesing for one of these since I saw them at the SHOT show. :D

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  9. WhoKnowsWho

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    A Kimber Eclipse
     
  10. Nightfall

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    Hmm... any gun or just civilian legal stuff?

    Any gun: MP5SD - I have absolutely no use for it, but being able to shoot with no ear protection seems like a neat deal to me. :D

    Civilian legal: Colt Match Target. Post AWB Sunset (fingers crossed)? M4. :cool:
     
  11. stevelyn

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    A DSA FAL standard model w/full capacity mags.
     
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    Wilson CQB.
     
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    An M16.
     
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    The new S&W .50 revolver Quantrill
     
  15. Litlman

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    P7-M8...
     
  16. Beorn

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    The Heckler & Koch Mk23 SOCOM .45 with about 10 full cap mags, the sound suppressor, and the LAM (laser aiming module).

    To see one of these in action, please see the movie Tears of the Sun.

    It is the top Special Forces and SEAL side arm.

    Pretty.....:)
     
  17. Nightfall

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    Beorn; Not to be a bubble burster, but SOCOM isn't generally carried as a sidearm in the SEALs (from my knowledge). Too big, heavy, etc. P226 is the standard sidearm for SEALs.
     
  18. 762x51

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    Accuracy International AW50

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  19. Smoke

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    IS an Ed Brown considered "Production"?:)
     
  20. cslinger

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    Well to be realistic about it, ie no full auto, militarty etc.

    1st choice would be a nice Ed Brown Cobra Carry or Les Baer 1911. I would really like to own a really high end nice 1911.

    2nd Choice would be a real Colt Single Action Army.

    3rd Choice would be a Marlin 1894 Cowboy in .357.


    Totally unrealistic....

    MP5SD2 or 3.

    Chris
     
  21. Dannyboy

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    Accuracy International AW50
    FN M240C
    HK MP5SD
    HKG36

    Any one of those would be nice but all of them would be better.:D
     
  22. Braz

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    AI's are great guns,

    But I'd support Ron Barret by choosing his M82A2 .50 SA.
     
  23. 10-Ring

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    G36, 91, 93 or SOCOM :D
     
  24. J Miller

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    Well, since I've never been able to afford one:

    I'd get a Colt SAA. Blue w/ ColorCase frame, 4 3/4" barrel and
    one piece "REAL" ivory grips. Oh, ya in .45 Colt of course. :D
     
  25. HSMITH

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    A Kolar 5 barrel set, 4 shotgun and one 338win mag, decked out with full coverage engraving, wood that would give you wood complete with hand cut fluer de lis checkering, presentation case and carry case, and all of that sort of stuff. A guess would be in the $100K+ range with the engraving and wood and extra barrels. Lead time would likely be 4-5 years too.:what:

    If I got bored I could sell it and buy 150 nice guns to play with.
     
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