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Let's see that collection

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by EchoM70, Jun 4, 2012.

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  1. EchoM70

    EchoM70 Member

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    I know there is a couple threads similar to this but usually they're only for a certain group or types of firearms. This is a chance so we can show off our entire collection. Anything from a full gun room to just a few and anything in between is welcome. Everyone knows it's fun to show them off every now and then, so let's see that collection.

    Here is mine:

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    From front to back ---

    Tikka T3 in .300 WSM with a 3-12x42SF Nikon Monarch (This is at the moment my newest addition to the collection, I can already tell this one is going to be a keeper!)

    Savage 110 in .270 Win with a Vortex Viper 3-9x40 (This one is my go to deer rifle, It has never let me down season after season.)

    Savage Axis in .243 Win (Amazingly accurate, which was a pleasant surprise)

    Savage 93R17 in .17 HMR (Mueller APV in the mail for it.)

    Savage Mark II in .22lr (Also a Mueller APV in the mail for this one too.)

    H&R .410 (This single shot is older than I am, and it shows. It holds a great pattern and I wouldn't get rid of it for the world.)

    Mossberg 535 12 guage (I actually took my first turkey earlier this year with this one at 25 yards, So it's not going anywhere soon.)

    It's not big by any means, but I think I'm covered for any type of game in the lower 48, perhaps Alaska too. I'm always looking to expand it and already got my eye on a few more I'll soon add to the collection. Also, as you might be able to tell, I'm a fan of Savage Arms. :D
     
  2. HGUNHNTR

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    the picture of that ol' .410 bore brings back memories of my childhood, cold mornings, and roosters falling from the sky.
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  3. Jorg Nysgerrig

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    If you wish to participate in this thread in a constructive way, please do so.

    If you only want to reply with "None of your business!" or an inane comment about boating accidents, please move on to the next thread.
     
  4. HDCamel

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    Mine's pretty small, but it will grow over time.

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    From the Top:

    ArmaLite M15A2
    Dan Wesson 15-2 equipped with 6" standard barrel
    Uberti Cattleman 1873
    Regent R100 1911-A1
     
  5. amx4080

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    Here ya' go:

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    I have the handgun side of the collection but I haven't gotten around to getting the rifles and shotguns in there. Six revolvers including a S&W 610 (top left) and a fleet of semi-autos, notably the Automag III (center), P7 (top left) and Skorpion (lower right).
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    ETA: A few more notables (but not all)
     
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  7. EchoM70

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    Very nice collection Havok. I need to get a handgun in the collection, that's where I feel I'm lacking, well that and a .375 H&H :D

    @ amx4080: Wow, how does one acquire so many milsurps?
     
  8. KennyFSU

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    Wow, nice collection fellas.

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    Mine consists of:

    Spike's AR, 586, G34, Springfield 1911, 442, PM9, WASR AK, and Saiga 12.


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  9. sig228

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    Kenny, very cool. An ac closet. Smart.
     
  10. happygeek

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    1931 Russian Mosin
    1944 M1
    1977 Yugo SKS
    1940 Russian M1895
    1985 Czech CZ82

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    99% of my off-duty rifle shooting is with these two CMMG 22LR uppers:
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    When I do CC it's mostly this one:
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    I have a few other modern, non C&R guns but they're not very interesting and mostly just sit in the safe looking overly expensive.
     
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  11. Arkansas Paul

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    Echo, you're a man after my own heart. I lean towards hunting rifles myself. I've got to get some pics of mine so I can post.

    amx4080, you don't by chance like milsurps do you? :)
     
  12. KennyFSU

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    Thanks sig, it's a temporary measure until I can afford a real safe. :D
     
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    I've never had them all in one room, all at the same time. I'm not sure I want to know. Certainly don't want Kristensmommy to ever see it!!
     
  14. robMaine

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    I guess I will share, sorry for the crappy cell phone picture.
     

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  15. KennyFSU

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    Haha.

    Please sir, may we see another?


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    Your wife must not pay the bills and monitor the bank account like mine does. Mrs Happygeek knows exactly how many guns we own, heck she maintains the bound book.
     
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    I would like to share with you a sample of three pistols from a collection of firearms that I have inherited from my son's Godfather and my long time personal friend.
    1. Colt .44 cal 1860 Revolver (all numbers match) Ex condition
    2. Bullseye 1911A1 Colt set up by Bob Clark Vg-ex condition
    3. 1917 Artillery Luger (all parts match except magazine) Ex condition
     

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    Some of my varminters, these are Coopers
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    Some of my LR rigs sans the suppressed 300 Blackout
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    :what::what::what: wow
     
  20. Dr.Rob

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    The 'red nine' was often put on conversions to 1896 mausers but some armorers took that directive to mark all 'stocked pistols' in 9mm with a red arabesque nine.

    I've seen another example in Shotgun News. Really nice piece.
     
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    The whole point of this post is to show off whatever you have, the more the better.
     
  22. Hanshi

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    I do love eye candy!
     
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    don't have any of the entire thing but how about a couple of the collections within the collection
    the us military rifle collection
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    the Badger gripped revolver collection
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    the 10mm collection
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  24. 303tom

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    Collection of WHAT ???????????
     
  25. EchoM70

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    Fishing rods and reels, of course :rolleyes:

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    Nice collections fellas, keep 'em coming! It's always cool to see how each collection is different, it's interesting how our personality shines through our firearms.


    Haha, I've always preferred function over fashion. While I enjoy beautiful wood stocks and mirror like finishes, I would just die if I messed them up in the woods hunting. So I stick with synthetic stocks and blued barrels for woods work.
     
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