What is the last gun that you bought?

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  1. Magnuumpwr

    Magnuumpwr Member

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    Not a gun, but last Monday purchased an ATN MK 390 Paladin 4X NV riflescope.
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  2. PT92

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    GSG 1911 .22lr--Got a good buy on this (will post pics when I get it next week--first gun I have purchased via galleryofguns but the store is literally less than one mile from my house so it feels good supporting a local economy/gun shop). I have had a job change in the last year and I just can't shoot my 9/45/12 as much as I used to. I plan on shooting thousands of rounds of .22lr annually via my new 1911 as well as a couple of .22lr rifle--I have a nice Marlin that I plan on leaving the wood alone but I am seriously thinking about converting my 10/22 into a tactical-like look just because if I will be shooting .22lr ammo now probably 80% of the time in an attempt to break the monotony.

    -Cheers
     
  3. Ignition Override

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    A road trip will be on I-20 through Anniston AL in a few weeks.
    The Next, Last rifle can be imagined by some of you, if that leg is on a weekday.

    It would be better Not to have such temptation.
     
  4. The Sarge

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    Bought (scored) a Yugo M48 yesterday at the Gun Show of all places. First time in years I actually found a real deal. It is pristine. $225 with the bayonet,frog,cleaning kit,sling.
    I guess this idea of being there when the doors open paid off this time :)
     
  5. furiousbeen

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    Beretta PX4 40

    I got the type C Law Enforcement Edition. Nice gun, kinda expensive fir the edition I got. I'd trade for an XDm in a heartbeat.
     
  6. Maverick223

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    That rifle wouldn't happen to be a M1-Garand now would it? :D
     
  7. AK_Maine_iac

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    Another Marlin 1895 45/70. Three months ago. A 223 barrel for my T/c Encore.
    In the next month or two it will be a Glock G29.
     
  8. OldTex

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    Last new gun - LaRue Tactical OBR Lite (5.56)
    Last gun - S&W Mod 57 .41 Mag, 4"
     
  9. OkieGentleman

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    Ruger 10/22 in Walnut Mannlicher stock and three weeks prior to that, for the wife, a Taurus 9 shot 22 Lr in Polished SS with a 4 inch barrel, that I put Pink Rubber grips on. I really did buy it for her and the granddaughter to shoot.:rolleyes: You know I bought it for the wife if I put pink grips on it.
     
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    rockriver lar8-a4 i am destitute for a while
     

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  11. PT92

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    I can see a lot of people opting for .22 type guns--makes a lot of sense on so many levels (range, plinking, competition etc.). There's that certain peace-of-mind about taking several+ bricks of "affordable" ammo out for a weekend of shooting with the family absent breaking the bank (which in this "new economy" is tantamount in importance).

    -Cheers
     
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  12. 460Shooter

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    S&W J frame 642-2 Talo edition. It's a great little pocket pistol.
     
  13. PT92

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    460Kodiak, Just out of curiosity do you carry speed loaders for you primary CCW? I often wonder about this relative to revolvers but seem to always forget to ask (I think I am going to search for a stat study on how many revolver people carry speed-loaders as well just to satisfy my curiosity).

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  14. Iggy

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  15. shep854

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    PT92, I don't know if you'd count them as 'speedloaders' ( though they are faster than loose rounds), but I carry a speed-strip for my CCW.
     
  16. PT92

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    Lately I have had that 'itching' for a revolver--I would like to get one and become proficient with the reloads just to be sure if I decide to use it for CCW at times.

    -Cheers
     
  17. bigfatdave

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    I'll buy a .22 on a whim, and treat it as a toy.

    I have my "serious use" gun needs covered, at this point I'm not filling "need" slots, just "want" or "giggle at" slots in the safe. For example, a NAA mini is a "giggle at" gun, and the .22lr mare's leg / Henry USSR / Marlin Papoose are "want" guns more than "need" guns
     
  18. PT92

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    I hope it bites a little more than a "toy" as I do use a Beretta 21A for a BUG:eek:.

    -Cheers
     
  19. mberoose

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    Marlin 795. Came with Shooter's Ridge 25-rd. mag, what a piece of crap. Thankfully it also came with an OEM 10 rounder. Bought a Bushnell .22 rimfire scope for it, have yet to sight it in.

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  20. Magnuumpwr

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    Just got home from buying a Weatherby Vanguard Varmit SUB-MOA in 308 with a Millett TRS-1 4-16x50 mounted in Leopold rings and mounts. Messed up part is went out looking for a PS-90. Guess that will be next week.
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  21. PT92

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    It happens to us all, in particular, at large-scale gun shows, believe me. Go out with a methodical plan to searh said venue for specific item only to veer off on a tangent resembling the wife gone mad on a weekend shopping spree:eek:!

    -Cheers
     
  22. newfalguy101

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    LOL

    The last time I went looking for something specific, I was searching for a 4inch S&W 29

    Brought home a Century FAL ( which rather quickly became one of my favorite guns)
     
  23. wlewisiii

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    Mid 20's (I think) Stevens 315 12 gauge double shotgun.
     
  24. MAJ Mike

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    A Springfield '03A3, great historical artifact that shoots.
     
  25. ritepath

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    picked this up this weekend.
     
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