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What Gun Have You Owned The Longest ?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by FMJMIKE, Dec 12, 2009.

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  1. FMJMIKE

    FMJMIKE Member

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    What Gun Have You Owned The Longest ?
     
  2. CooperThunder

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    my Bersa 380. I bought it a few months ago. We have a few safe full of rifles but I did not pay for them so I cannot own them outrightly until hubby goes ahead of me...in the meantime, we have them and use them when we need to OR want to.
     
  3. mljdeckard

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    I got a FIE Nylon 66 knockoff for Christmas in 1985, I still have it.
     
  4. orbitup

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    A High Standard Double Nine that my dad bought when I was a kid. He gave it to me when I was about 23.
     
  5. Erik M

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    A Llama Commander sized 1911 in 9mm.
     
  6. Isher

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    Winchester 67a.

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  7. Pappy109

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    My Colt 1911 A1 that I won in Da Nang in a poker game in 1966
     
  8. enderwig

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    Mine is also a bersa 380, had mine for about 12 years though, got it in 1997. First gun I bought when I turned 21
     
  9. jeff-10

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    Ruger Mark II. Aprox. 22 years. I am 35.
     
  10. Ohio Gun Guy

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    My Mauser 98k....

    Dad gave it to me when I turned 18 (A few moons ago) but I used it growing up..... Still have it :D
     
  11. HarleyFixer

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    Winchester Model 94 made in 1917 and handed down through my father.
     
  12. marv

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    I've had my Remington 511 rifle for 62 years. Got it new for my 15th Christmas. O.P.A. ceiling price was $14.00.
     
  13. eight433

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    couple of FIE's that were left to my brother and I when I was about 4, behind that is a Marlin Mod 60 I got about 10 years ago.
     
  14. Tommygunn

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    Winchester 1894AE bought in 1991.
     
  15. leadaddict

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    My Savage 10FP .308. Bought it when I was 19 all of 7 years ago! What a great gun!!!!
     
  16. ol' scratch

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    A single shot .410 I got for my 11th birthday in 1988. I have the shotgun, case and video taken during the scavenger hunt my father sent me on to find it.
     
  17. bowtecbowhunter

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    makarov .380 had it about 13 / 14 yrs. will never sell it.
     
  18. Stephen A. Camp

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    Hello. Mine would be a Remington Model 700 BDL Varminter in 6mm Remington. Had it since 1969.

    Best.
     
  19. Steve in PA

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    My deer rifle, a Winchester Model 70 XTR in .30/06 that I bought as the Marine Corps PX in Camp LeJeune, NC back around 1981.
     
  20. scchokedaddy

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    oldest gun

    870 wingmaster in 20 gauge bought in 1966
     
  21. Autolycus

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    Right now it is my Mossberg 590. I buy and sell guns more often than not in order to fund future purchases. I have not bought any real custom guns or anything special that I could not easily reaquire. I have also sold guns so I no longer have to stock that caliber. I am sticking with 9mm and .45 ACP from now on.
     
  22. AFRetired

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    Nylon 66 with a Ted Williams scope, circa 1966 when I was 9 years old
     
  23. M2 Carbine

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    A 2 inch S&W Model 10 that I bought in 1960 for a off duty carry gun.
     
  24. Arkansas Paul

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    Winchester single shot 16 gauge. It was passed down to me when I was way too young to make use of it and it hung in my father's gun rack until I was old enough to use it. I'm the third Paul to own it and hopefully won't be the last.
     
  25. wyohome

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    Model 1890 WRF, given to me in about 1959.


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