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What guns are you drooling over right now?

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  1. MikeNice

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    Rossi Ranch Hand in .357mag/.38spl

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    A good 30-30 at a decent price.

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    Colt Day of The Dead .38 Super
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  2. DeepSouth

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    S&W 25-2

    Been drooling over that one for a while, I'll have one before it's over.
     
  3. Storz

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    Will be my next purchase

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  4. Cokeman

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    What are they exactly?
     
  5. Nashanthra

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    Keltec Shotgun +1
    AR-57 SBR (I have the stripped lower from Tactical Inovations)
     
  6. LHRGunslinger

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    A ruger 1911
     
  8. MikeNice

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    That picture is actually a collection of 30-30 lever action rifles that belong to a writer at Gun Blast. Various models are represented in that picture. Those are Marlins, Winchesters, and even a Remmington I believe.

    From my personal understanding the 30-30 is a late 19th century round developed for trappers and fur traders. It is good on just about anything up to a black bear at 150 yards. Plus it actually has very light recoil for the power. (About 1,900 pounds of muzzle energy with a 150gr bullet.)

    Personally I am leaning torwards a Marlin 336 Carbine with the 16" barrel.
     
  9. onebigelf

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    A DPMS LAR-8 with the A2 stock, and then the completion of 2 current projects.

    My Form 1 from the Feds for the Draco so that I can assemble my SBR.

    Anything concealable as a carry pistol while I send my G19 to One Source Tactical for them to install the Trijicon RMR that I got for Christmas.

    John
     
  10. dprice3844444

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    gathert,on the 26,don't forget extended slide stop and mag catch,my drool gun,barrett 82a1 or a ma duece
     
  11. psp7304

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    Kahr CM9
     
  12. Mike OTDP

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    Oh, I'll play...

    A Feinwerkbau AW93 to start.
    Then have Andy Baumkircher build me up a Calderwood underhammer flintlock pistol.
    Maybe a 5.56 suppressor.
    Maybe a S&W 1076.
    And a cased original pair of flintlock duelling pistols.
     
  13. clutch
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    I'm pretty well covered with guns. In the last year I bought a S&W M&P compact in .40, a S&W 442, a white oak upper with a rock river lower to make a competition ar15 and I have a Springfield arms Range Officer 1911 on order.

    However, if money wasn't an option:

    Stainless Colt Walker reproduction.
    Anything Barrett.
    TRG-42 with proper glass.
    M24
    Model 61 winchester
    Original Krag-joreganson

    Oh heck, every battle rifle the usa ever fielded.

    Toss in a few PCP air rifles and air pistols and I'd be good for a while.

    Clutch
     
  14. Siggity Sal

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    Drooling over the Ed Brown 1911 I have on order. 3 more weeks to go.

    After I receive that I will be drooling over an AR just not sure which one yet:)
     
  15. pbkluther

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    Henry pump .22
     
  16. pbkluther

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    And, a Marlin lever action .44
     
  17. clance

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    I found a Parker DHE in 20ga but it's in need of restoration. My understanding is that the gun is in very good mechanical shape with pitting on only the exterior of the barrels. The gun has been re-blued including the receiver at some time to stop further corrosion. The wood is in sorry shape and might need to be replaced, but the price is to good to pass up.
     
  18. Nushif

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    Picked up a Mossberg 930 at the gunshow today. Felt oddly good. I have never been tempted to trade in my Mossberg 500 until now. >.<
    But I would cut down the barrel to 18.5 and slap some wooden furniture on the 930.
     
  19. Byrd666

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    Springfield E M P in 9mm

    MY DREAM WEAPON :)
     
  20. Doug Add

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    Well, let's see. I satisfied the pistol caliber carbine desire with the Marlin 1894c in .38/.357.

    My 4" S&W 586 is on the way back from Massachusetts after a reblue, and Vito says it looks gorgeous.

    I finally got an Italian Beretta 92 last month, so I'm really all set, no drooling.

    Of course there are couple that I've always wanted, but have no practical need for at present, just an itch that has never been scratched: commander size 1911, and Marlin 336 in .30-30.
     
  21. Pistol Ranch

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    A Raven .25 auto :D

    P.R.
     
  22. sonick808

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    Either a Singer or Union Switch & Signal 1911 would be nice

    since that's impossible, next on my list is a little NAA 22lr revolver. They are just so small and awesome!
     
  23. Cokeman

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    My friend has a Union Switch & Signal 1911. His is the only one I've heard of.
     
  24. CAPTAIN MIKE

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    I'm Drooling Right Now

    I'm drooling over the Kekltec KSG 12 and that really Cool Israel thinga-ma-jig that peeks around corners.
     
  25. mhphoto

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    A Remington Rand WWII 1911, a Kahr P380, Glock 20, HK USP 45, among others.
     
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