Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by SpeedAKL, Mar 1, 2011.
-Older bolt rifle with vintage scope in .308
-Pre-1900 Winchester lever
-Pre-1930 L.C. Smith, Parker, or other "nice" shotgun
-Colt AR15 or any AR10
-Nazi marked PP or PP/K
-A caliber bigger than .338 Win Mag, preferably in an older gun
-"High performance" Custom bolt gun in probably .308 with a good scope.
-Vintage U.S. Army revolver (M1917 or something)
-Something from the Civil war that is marked "Confederate States of America"
-Vintage 28 gauge shotgun
The list goes on and on.... some are dreams, some are just waiting to be found.
That's quite a list you got there, for me it's the Kel-tec KSG and a Marlin 45-70 guide gun with the full length magazine.
Smith & Wesson Model 19.... Now if I had the cash... well I'd spend it on getting my N-400 filed
A modest dream: Ruger GP100 6" blued.
Original .577 Snider conversion Enfield.
Accuracy International .338 LaPua (Royal Marine sniper version)
Colt custom shop King Cobra 6 inch .357 mag.
Legally registered L3A3 Sterling SMG.
3-14X56, 30MM Schmidt & Bender scope for my .300 mag Sendero
Latest thermal imaging scope for an AR-15
And that's just the top of the list.
Cabela's currently is advertising the Sabatti double rifle in either .45/70 or 9.3x74R for $2800 . . .
But it has extractors, not ejectors.
And the guy at Cabela's wasn't sure if the .45/70 would hold up to the hot-loaded rounds from Garrett.
And he allowed that they'd had "some problems" with early guns, but they "seem to be OK now" . . . hardly a ringing endorsement.
A pity . . . they're light and fit me very very well.
I guess I'll just have to keep my eye out for a decent Luger instead. (Quite a difference, eh?)
pmr30 and the KRISS vector
CZ75b will probably be my next purchase.
Up on deck at the moment is a Remington Express Tactical with the Ghost Ring sights and a bag of remchokes, might make a stock adjustment on it eventually, but it has everything I want in a shotgun.
Still shopping for a good AR-10, then have to talk myself into buying it.
A matched pair of solid 1911s
I'm still having a blast with my latest two, a USFA Rodeo II .38Spl and Springfield Range Officer 1911 but I've got a few ideas on the horizon. Not the least of which is some custom stocks for the Rodeo.
I've got a Ruger Old Model Blackhawk .357 that I'm itching to send off to become an all steel 7½" .38-40.
Been in a safari frame of mind and thinking about a good, relatively affordable .416Rigby.
Thinking about a CZ 452 Ultra Lux with peep sights.
An old, tastefully sporterized `03 Springfield, Krag or Mauser with peep sights.
An AR upper in either .22LR or 9mm.
A .22LR suppressor.
Another 10/22, this time a Circassian walnut-stocked stainless sporter.
CZ 527 Varmint, haven't decided on wood or plastic furniture, and a nice optic.
Honestly? Only two:
A Kel-tec RFB, and a suppressor for my hunting rifle.
This, in .357, but with some nice rosewood grips.
Nothing special: Glock 26, Rock Island 1911 and a S&W Model 64. Someday, have other priorities at the moment.
You have a very good taste in guns with that list.
Not much really.
A win. 30-30 lever, dont know why I still dont have one.
And the new tactical .22s that I read about. Im sure you've all seen them.
CZ 452 FS
CZ 455 .17 HMR
CZ 550 American in 6.5x55
Remington 700 VLS in .204 Ruger
Winchester M70 Super Grade in .270
Freedom Arms 44 Magnum..........found a great deal on a used one and sent the money off today.
I've had my eye on a Springfield EMP lately. Also would like to pick up a FNP 45 tactical. I need to find a good long range rifle but nothing in particular pops out yet.
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Right now I would love to buy a Marlin 1897 Cowboy 22lr,darn Hankok45!.
Ruger LCR .357
Springfield XDm .45
I drool over everything because my wishlist changes on a daily basis.
Right now I want mil-surps. A 1903 Springfield, an Eddystone rifle, an Inglis Hi-Power, and both the S&W and Colt 1917 revolvers would be a good start.
+1 on the Snider Conversion. Those are so cool.
I've got an urge to swap my FN-FAL for DPMS .308
The FAL is too long for my wife to manage. I love the rifle, but I'm not sure something she can't manage is a great idea.
I also have an itch for a 5.5" SS Ruger Redhawk in 44mag.
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