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What guns are you drooling over right now?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by SpeedAKL, Mar 1, 2011.

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  1. gearchecker

    gearchecker Member

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    I really want a M1918 BAR and a SAW.
    I'm working on paying off all of my gun debts so I can buy one of them.
    Not sure which will empty the bank account first. It'll Probably be the BAR first

    ~Gearchecker~
     
  2. Lubricant

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    A Hi-Power.Send it in for a swoopy beavertail,cut the slide for
    Novak tritiums,Trigger job.And dump that egregious mag safety!Yum.
     
  3. vellocet

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    I'd love a Yugo sks without all the grenade launcher garbage on it, but they cost too much. Over 250 for any sks is silly. I should have bought sooner, but at least I have the other types.
     
  4. tuttele g

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    im looking at the ruger fully supressed m77,ill get it just gonna take time.i have a screw on tac65 supressor for 10-22 also fits my marlin 925 and p22
     
  5. SLAKLINE

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    FDE FN SCAR17 all decked out

    Kel Tec RFB

    Colt SAA .45lc

    Winchester Lever gun ...haven't decided on which one yet.
     
  6. JWJacobVT

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    Saw a BEAUTIFUL S&W model 14 Target today, very nice. The S&W m15 next to it was nice also. Prices where right. Soon.
     
  7. B5.5Dan

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    I really, REALLY want a Czechmate, and I'd like a Marlin 336. The Marlin will come in march, the Czechmate will probably never happen. Unless CZCustom is starting a 3-year layaway plan. :rolleyes:
     
  8. FLCowboy49

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    Any pistol whatsoever..... stationed in NY for to short of a time to get one sent/bought....
     
  9. blwheaton

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    I love them all.

    There are so many guns that I would love to have and it covers just about every group from handguns to shotguns to rifles and every type of each. Anyway heres my top Five.

    1.Ruger .327 Fed Mag Redhawk
    2.Henrys Mares Leg in the Brass .45 colt
    3.Taurus's Raging Judge 28ga revolver
    4.Rossi's Trail Judge 410ga
    5.Remington's Model 870 Special Purpose
     
  10. wlewisiii

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    A Parker VH 12 gauge from 1904. It's being restocked and it's unfinished. I've bid $500 but not gotten close to the reserve. It's up, yet again, for auction.
     
  11. Ignition Override

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    A second Spanish FR8.:)
    It looks about as 'cool' as an HK-91, in the same caliber with a solid Mauser action, but it was Not assembled by CAI and has no bolt gap or roller issues.

    She suggeted waiting until Christmas, but Santa can't build these.

    You guys are the most entertaining people on the Internet!
     
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  12. viper7342

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    In no particular order

    Kel Tec P11, Walther P99, Smith M&P 9C, Smith Model 10 4" Heavy Barrel, Sig 226, Ruger SR1911 or Springfield Range Officer, Smith Model 29 Classic, A bolt action rifle in .22-250, 30-06 and 7mm Remington Magnum (not sure which brand or brands at this time although I lean towards Winchesters, Remingtons and rugers).
     
  13. Armchair Bronco

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    Schweet! This thing is awesome. I agree that $600 is a lot (probably more if you start going nuts with the various drums and 50-round clips). But a very well done facsimile in 22LR that I'd love to own.
     
  14. Armchair Bronco

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    Here's what I'm yearning for. Nuttin' fancy, but I want to have a .410 shotgun that I can use for trap shooting @ the 16-yard line. I want to get in to reloading, and I'm tired of getting the crap kicked out of me with my Winchester 101 O/U. So I've got my eye on a Browning BPS Hunter in .410.

    A Winchester Model 42 would be nice, too, but I can get a modern Browning with choke tubes for under $700 versus a minimum $2K for a Model 42 with a fixed choke.

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  15. Armchair Bronco

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    Man I wish I'd never seen the posting for that Mitchell PPS50 .22LR above because now I'm trying to figure out which gun to sell so I can buy it! Call me crazy but I'm thinking of selling my CMP M1 Garand from 1954! That gun is all tricked out with a new DGR stock set, plus the original stock is a beautiful HRA specimen.

    But ammo is very expensive and I hardly shoot this gun anymore. Maybe twice in the last 2 years.

    22LR ammo is still cheap, and my son who is 12 would love to go shooting with the PPS50. Even if he could handle the M1, we couldn't shoot more than a handful of rounds each before heading home. With a 22 we can shoot all day.

    Who knows...if I get a great price for my M1 and stock sets maybe I'll have enough cash to get the Mitchell PPS50 *and* the Browning .410...

    Am I totally crazy?
     
  16. gnb

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    Actually AB, the gun itself is $499 and the 50 round drum is $99. You can also get less expensive, lower capacity mags or a drum that is blocked to only accept 10 rounds. I figure without the 50 round drum its pointless.
     
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