Random Gun Pics...let’s see how random we can make it

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  1. GunnyUSMC

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    Not a Colt. Most likely made by the same company that made them for Colt. All of the parts are interchangeable. It just cost a lot less then the Colt.
     
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  4. 1976B.L.Johns.

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    I was going to say U.S,F.A., but that was after Colt left the Blue Dome in Hartford, Conn., I could be mistaken... (and taking this thread off course)
     
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  6. jag1954

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    DSC_2224.jpg Ok, how about this for 'randomness.' For many years I was heavily into military modelling, having been a military history buff from a wee age. I parlayed that enthusiasm into replicating in small scale (1/35) dioramas that I initially built solely for my own pleasure, displaying them at various locales nationwide and then began selling them to collectors from all parts. So I thought the folks here would like to see some random gun pics in a much smaller scale. DSC_2200.jpg
     

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  7. Captcurt

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    Got some odd ones in this week. This is a Springfield 1871 Ward Burton 50-70 Cal. They only made 316 of the Carbines.
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    Designed for the Civil War but were turned down. One of the first bolt guns.
     
  8. Captcurt

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    This is a Mossberg. Pretty cool, huh? DSCF6268 (2).JPG DSCF6270 (2).JPG
     
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  9. Dr.Rob

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    How's this for random... ODI Viking DA conversion of a 1991A1 Colt
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    Or this heavy beast of a Detonics Mk2 Combat Master

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  11. Dr.Rob

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    Or a Remington vest pocket 22

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  12. Captcurt

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    I don't know much about these, they are so cool. DSCF6192 (2).JPG
    This is a combo gun from Jarkovic Steyr. Left barrel is 16ga, the right is 9.3X72.
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    This is a drilling from A. Schon Gewehrfabrick 16ga and 8mm. The workmanship in these old guns is awesome.
     
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    What a fascinating thread. I check back almost daily to see the latest randomness. Want to give this topic a big thumbs up but don't wish to post my positive comments without throwing in some random pics. So here's a 1908 Brazilian Mauser, in 7x57, built by DWM in Oberndorf, Germany . Got this one almost 30 years ago and came across a bayonet & scabbard for it a few years ago at a gun show. Bore shows wear but it's a good shooter. This is what caused me to start reloading the 7x57.....
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  14. GunnyUSMC

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    One of my 10/22s
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  15. Dr.Rob

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    @bannockburn I have a 63 Colt scout, had no idea they may have been outsourced. They are great shooters.
     
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    I got it from a friend's estate, I've had a couple offers on it which is surprising since it was stored poorly and I had to get some surface rust off it. No pitting just discoloration. my nephew calls it the "John Wayne gun" and loves to shoot it.

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  17. entropy

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    I grew up spending many enjoyable hours toting one one of those in the woods around our cabin as a kid. :cool:
     
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  19. Dr.Rob

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    @entropy It's a really fun 22. My nephew went through all the 22 ammo I'd brought with us something like 300+ rounds.

    It came with aftermarket rosewood grips I didn't care for and replaced with Eagle Ivorex for a more traditional look.
     
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    I made a holster and cartridge slide for it as an early leather project. It was fun but making loops that small was a challenge.

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  21. chicharrones

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    I had to look that up. That has a left side loading gate and left side ejector like the gun in this link?
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    Trying to zero my M&P Sport at 50 yards last April , big gust wind blew spotting scope off the bench had to sandbag target stand

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    Got this one in yesterday. H&K SP5 9mm. DSCF6303 (2).JPG
     
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    Creepy! Chucky in a suit.
     
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