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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. tarosean

    tarosean Member

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    Nighthawk T3...
     
  2. XxWINxX94

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    -Older bolt rifle with vintage scope in .308
    -Pre-1900 Winchester lever
    -Pre-1800 Flintlock
    -Pre-1930 L.C. Smith, Parker, or other "nice" shotgun
    -Colt AR15 or any AR10
    -Nazi marked PP or PP/K
    -Artillery Luger
    -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.
     
  3. cmat

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    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.
     
  4. MD_Willington

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    Smith & Wesson Model 19.... Now if I had the cash... well I'd spend it on getting my N-400 filed
     
  5. DrDragon

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    A modest dream: Ruger GP100 6" blued.
     
  6. cheygriz

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    Original .577 Snider conversion Enfield.

    .450-.577 Martini

    SIG P210

    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. :p
     
  7. HankB

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    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?)
     
  8. KAMAK

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    pmr30 and the KRISS vector
     
  9. towboat_er

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    CZ75b will probably be my next purchase.
     
  10. Geckgo

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    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 :D
     
  11. CraigC
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    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.
     
  12. Dulvarian

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    CZ 527 Varmint, haven't decided on wood or plastic furniture, and a nice optic.
     
  13. Cryogaijin

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    Honestly? Only two:
    A Kel-tec RFB, and a suppressor for my hunting rifle.
     
  14. CoastieShep

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    This, in .357, but with some nice rosewood grips.
     
  15. Wedge

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    Nothing special: Glock 26, Rock Island 1911 and a S&W Model 64. Someday, have other priorities at the moment.
     
  16. Gordon_Freeman

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    SpeedAKL,
    You have a very good taste in guns with that list.
     
  17. Rem3006

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    Not much really.
    A win. 30-30 lever, dont know why I still dont have one.
    A garand
    Anything Ruger
    And the new tactical .22s that I read about. Im sure you've all seen them.
     
  18. HOOfan_1

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    CZ 452 FS
    CZ 455 .17 HMR
    CZ 550 American in 6.5x55
    Ruger #1
    Browning B78
    FNH FNP40
    Remington 700 VLS in .204 Ruger
    Winchester M70 Super Grade in .270
     
  19. bluetopper

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    Freedom Arms 44 Magnum..........found a great deal on a used one and sent the money off today.:)
     
  20. sheepdog96

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    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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  21. Jurist

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    Drooling fool

    Right now I would love to buy a Marlin 1897 Cowboy 22lr,darn Hankok45!.
     
  22. almherdfan

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    KT PMR-30
    Ruger LCR .357
    Kimber Solo
    Springfield XDm .45
    Norinco SKS
    RRA 6.8
    Rem 1100
    KT RFB
     
  23. postalnut25

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    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.
     
  24. XxWINxX94

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    +1 on the Snider Conversion. Those are so cool.
     
  25. onebigelf

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    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.

    John
     
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