Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Corpral_Agarn, Mar 25, 2020.
Very nice condition! Looks like it just came from the arms room!
That one looks to be in really good condition.
Id probably go ahead and clear coat it and use it.....but thats me.
Cool as all get out for sure.
No, my son just snapped a picture on his Samsung and added some filters. Came out good enough that I use it for a screensaver now.
My meager Walther Collection.......
I have a Brand New 8 MM barrel for one of these things that was given to me!
Gift from a friend out to the firing line today for the first time. I'd forgotten how fast black powder gunks up!
1979 vintage Security Six:
1984 Redhawk in 357:
PP Super! You don't see those every day!
She still needs to be re-sighted in. I glass bedded it & sent it to Badger to have the bottom metal milled out.
Might as well be the one I shot today. My RDB, standing, offhand at 25 yards, XM193, 20 rounds.
And what I shot yesterday-my Steel Challenge shooter. Ruger 22/45 Lite.
Would like to see the crests on those k98s?? They look very nice
The lower rifle is a dot 44 the top rifle is a MilTech refurbished and a worse mistake than a Mitchell Mauser as to value versus price. You'll note the stock is an Israeli made one.
I was unaware of MIltech 98s till you mentioned them.. So did some looking.. got alot of opinions let me ask you what you thought of them???
Would you ever get another?? I my self never get into the refurbed rifles.. But if the price is lower I would like to get a Mitchels for the mell of it and because I so not have one.. Any thing that shoots 8mm Mauser can not be bad...
I inherited the rifles.
The MilTech was terrible. but looked nice from a distance. Scrubbed of most acceptance stamps and a big gouge across the top of the receiver. The stock was an Israeli replacement. No way worth $650 20 plus years ago.
Aren't the Mitchell's all sold out?
I has a 48 nice solid rifle but nothing more.
Mitchell's is done for now, but there is the secondary market, and the price can be lower there.. yeah I know Mitchells have some collectors issues, but I always look at them as the kind of rifle you would get someone that wanted a clean military war rifle that does not care about the history that much.. at the time I did not want one, but they are nice eye candy.
A pair of .45 Colts.
.22LR, .380 acp and 7.65mm pre war.
So yeah, I posted this pic in the handguns sub-forum as well, but I found it mildly amusing today, as I sat on the back deck reading when I realized the knife I was packing was bigger than the gun I was wearing ...
Those VZ grips have me pining for a set for a 586!
I’m still thinking about a set for my 69. I really like them.
Thank you Borsalino. That’s a 329PD with a set of VZ co version grips.
Springfield '03 Remington made in 1942
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