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What is the last gun that you bought?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by full metal, Jun 23, 2007.

  1. Dlowe167

    Dlowe167 Member

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    Taurus Raging Judge .410/.45LC
     
  2. powder

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    Rem. 597 in .22 mag..LS HB
     
  3. braxton14

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    Well, I got these all within about a month and havent gotten to shoot them yet:
    XDm 5.25 9mm
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    Saiga 12
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    Taurus 608
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    PSL
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    AES 10B
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    MP5 & C93 (Dont have solo pics of them yet)
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  4. shootniron

    shootniron Member

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    I bought a new Browning Maxus 3 wks ago.
     
  5. mesinge2

    mesinge2 Member

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    Today

    S&W 5" barrel 8-shot 357 Magnum model 627 Performance Center

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    .22 LR SIG 1911-22:

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  6. OilyPablo

    OilyPablo Member

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    I've gone almost 3 months since buying a gun. It's starting to creep me out a bit. OK I did order a PSA 6.8SPC upper last week, but it hasn't even shipped yet.

    My last whole gun: Daniel Defense M4V3 with OD Magpul OE. It's so awesome, and easily the most accurate gun I have out to 100 yards with BUIS. Fun to shoot - best with 60-62gr bullets. I added an AimPoint, Raptor ambi charging handle (VERY nice), Magpul BAD Lever, B.A.D. ambi safety, and some more rail covers. I must admit the $600 AR-15's shoot fine, but they feel tinny and simply are not as accurate.
     
  7. hammer502

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    last guns i bought

    picked up two browning shotguns. got a "b s/s" 12 ga,and a belgium manufacture A5(circa 1950). got an appraisal lined up for in the morning,then to the insurance office. will post pics over the weekend.
     
  8. jackripper

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    3" Smith & Wesson Model 66-3
     
  9. Droid noob

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  10. mesinge2

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    A 3 inch model 66??

    Is it maybe a 2.5 inch?

    If it is a 3 inch model it is rare and [​IMG]

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  11. DOldGeezer

    DOldGeezer Member

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    Taurus PT1911AR

    Bought it used, fired about 400 rounds until it locked tight with a live round. The pin holding the barrel lug had to be cut. The local gunsmith has no idea why the slide moved too far forward. My only and last Taurus.
     
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  12. bobdubois

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    My most recent (but hopefully not last)

    Remington 700 SPS Varmint.
    Still on my short list: S&W 585 or 686 6"
    A nice 1911
     
  13. pnolans

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    Just got it and haven't fired it yet:

    Remington 700 SPS DM ... 7mm Rem Mag
     
  14. mesinge2

    mesinge2 Member

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    Awesome XDm braxton14!!
     
  15. jhco

    jhco Member

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    Bought a Kimber RCP II and a Custom II, haven't had a chance to shoot either.
     
  16. firesky101

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    Just got my long awaited Ruger American .308 yesterday and shot it today. Lots o' fun.
     
  17. bigfatdave

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    CZ vz70 in pretty good shape ... once again, you do not argue wien the wife wants a particular gun, you just buy it

    ... even if it takes hard-to-find magazines, or has a wrong-way safety
    ... ... at least the decocker is safer than the CZ vz52's!
     
  18. sub-moa

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    Yet another FN P35 :eek:, an ANIB 1995 Browning marked MkIII 9mmP :D:cool:
     
  19. luv2safari

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    Sauer LUX drilling circa 1955 in 16ga 2 3/4" chambers and 6.5X57R rifle with 6X Hensoldt.

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  20. Adam the Gnome

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    Ruger Scout, stainless with 18'' barrel.
     
  23. Too_Pure

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    Sig SP2022, 9mm.
     
  24. Shuler13

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    Love that one. One of the most underrated available today.
     
  25. foxtail207

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    Vintage 1978 Ruger New Model Blackhawk, 6.5" barrel, .357 Mag, with "ivory" grips.
    I pick it up in the morning.
     

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