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

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  1. wiscoaster

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    Auto-Mag Wanna-Be's

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    is that random enough??

    PS - it's .22 WMR
     
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    Oh, you said "random," not "Radom" ...
     
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  4. plainsdrifter

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    Husquvarna Vapinfabriks Safe queen in 30-06 with a period Redfield scope.

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  5. Rockrivr1

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    Best time shooting in a cold snowy day!

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  6. 22250Rem

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    A set of 4 different P-38's. How's that for random? ( Some younger viewers may not get it ). This picture has been seen previously in a thread here on THR but I still had it here on the computer and it's pretty random... IMG_1864.JPG .
     
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  7. 1976B.L.Johns.

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    Used to carry a P-38 wrapped with electrical tape on my key chain.
     
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  8. geologist

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    The only three types of physical things that I trust in these days of low to negative interest rates and fiat currency debasement:

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    A nice little blowback Bersa Firestorm .380
     
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  10. Rubone

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    Tipping and Lawden Sharp's Patent pepperbox. .32 Rimfire
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  12. chicharrones

    chicharrones needs more ammo

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    What tha hell iz that? o_O
     
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  13. mcb

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    X-products can-cannon. It's an upper that uses a 223 blank to propel soda/beer cans about 100 yards when angled upward correctly. Functions sort of like the high low system of a 40mm grenade but you muzzle load the projectile and breach load the blank. It will shoot tennis balls and some paint cans too. Its been a fun little range toy.
     
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  14. RA40

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    Dad brought these back after the peace signing. I don't know what ship he was on during this part of his Kyushu tour. He relayed that when it port they would load up piles of them and when out patrolling the coast the rifles were dropped-pushed off the ship.

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  15. plainsdrifter

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    Rifled and do not own anymore. Any guesses? HR (1).jpg HR (1).jpg
     
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  16. geologist

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    VZ24, 26.5mm flare gun.

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  17. Ignition Override

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    GunnyUSMC: Regrets.
    Had I only known that so-called "Persian" Mausers were produced by the o_O Czechs! I only learned this while reading through "Milsurp" gun magazine, or such, not long after they sold out. :(

    Former gun business SAMCO (near Miami) offered them until about 2010-2012 or so? They looked Mint on their website.
    Yes...that place where the 'funny' phone lady had a thick Cuban accent.:scrutiny:
     
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  18. GunnyUSMC

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    That’s where the crates came from. I bought the rifle for a friend.
     
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    xSauer,P2038H,P20272084,P20links.jpg.pagespeed.ic.fHZLnyAHQt.jpg Despite the decocking lever (or spring) malfunctioning even after the gunsmith adjusted it, very nifty, well-designed WW2 gun in .32 Auto.

    Maybe the only type of WW2 Sauer, which preceded the later Sig-Sauer.
    "Yep, I want me one of them Zig Zars".
     
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  20. DeepSouth
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    How about a Remington Master Blaster. Generic photo, but I got to shoot one at our lime kiln at work once, unique but really wasn’t that impressive.


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  21. Reinz

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    I dont always shoot bp guns, but when I do....they are some of the most enjoyable that I own.
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  23. jar

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    The springs are cheap and I usually have a handful around somewhere.
     
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  25. jar

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    It's PURPLE!

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