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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. ManBearPig

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  2. funkeecowboy

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    Picked up a Sheridan Blue Streak tonight. Got it from the original owner who bought it new in the 70's. Some wear and tear but looks good and functions perfectly.
     
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  3. Smith357

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    Rossi 12 gauge Overland Coach Gun

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  4. sfed

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    The Last Gun I Bought

    Sig Sauer SP 2022 9mm, accurate as it can be and smooth as silk to shoot. I just wish it had been bought about 8 guns ago!!
     
  5. 9mmfan

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    Smith357, I have an older (Interarms, I think) Rossi coach gun in 20 ga. I absolutely love it. That is an awful purty scatter-rifle you got there. Nice grain in the wood. Hope you get much enjoyment out of it.
     
  6. dondavis3

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    @ sfed

    Isn't that the truth

    Congrats - great gun

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  9. cluznar

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    Last gun you bought

    A Bersa Thunder .32 acp always wanted a .32 so finally got one and it is just as accurate and dependable as my Bersa .380
     
  10. Jeff Hubanks

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    I picked up my new Desert Eagle 1911C today. I can see machine marks in the butt of the extractor. The rest of the weapon is finished right. Its a keeper.
     
  11. bldsmith

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    I have been wanting a thumper for about a year now. This was the next on my short list. It is a .458 Socom RRA upper and S&W lower with a magpul stock and limbsaver pad. 600 bullets and 150 rds of brass. Ready for some new glass. Have to save up for that one.

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    Just loaded the first work up.

    25 rds each of 300gr hdy JHP and FTX in a load ladder. Man these are big projectiles. The bullet alone is larger than a 9mm cartridge.

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    R-L 9mm round, 300gr HDY FTX .458, 45 ACP round
     
  12. Daddy Hawg

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    Just picked up a Mossberg ATR 100 in Win .270 that I won in a raffle. Looking forward to shooting it as it is my favorite caliber for deer hunting.
     
  13. EvilGenius

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    Just got an M&P tactical yesterday.

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    My first centerfire rifle.
     
  14. 98f150

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    Knights Armament SR25 ECC

    I ordered it as soon as I saw the results of the election. Picked it up from the LGS yesterday.
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  15. vaupet

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    miroku build winchester 1892 44-40 in the john wayne high grade edition, serial 07xxH, big loop lever, saddle ring, 18,5 inch barrel, ladder sight.

    NIB, sat for several years in the basement at our lgs. Its Custom grade brother is left alone in the dark basement now.
     
  16. saitek

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    new to the herd

    picked up two isreli kreen 9mm highpower clones from j&g and a ruger mark III 22/45 from bud's gun shop for plinking
     

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  18. juanjo322

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    Knights SR-25 .308

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  20. Capt Quahog

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    In weighing out factors, it was figured that we needed more practical modern defensive arms having available ammo along with a high rate of firepower. The stock of weapons around here includes the usual compliment of U.S. military rifles including .303 Lee Enfields, M1 Garand along with assorted lever action Marlin rifles and pump riot shotguns. Have three pistols including two Model 1911 forty-fives but those are just considered to be backup sidearms and not front line defensive weapons.

    Having been abandoned years ago, after much thought, in re-consideration, the AR15 platform was again chosen. A long standing idea is that the most credible and immediate genuine threat faced is economic disintegration along with a sudden collapse of the ballooned welfare entitlement state. The desperate pissed-off mobs will rampage first in the urban areas and then move out into the country-side.

    Actually . . . managed to pick up a couple of complete lower receiver units within the past few weeks in citizen to citizen private deals. In thinking about it, there hasn't been a dealer purchase in about 20-years now.

    Anyway, built up two AR15 type rifles using those lowers. One is an M16A2 clone comprised of USGI components with most being of FN manufacture. The way I look at, that thing is essentially a full size military USGI battle rifle. The other AR is a middy length M4 type carbine built using a Palmetto State Armory FN barreled upper assembly. That one is a really tactical looking arm with GI type BUIS and electronic reflex sighting.

    We wanted heavy duty mil-spec grade upper assemblies with full-auto bolt carrier groups that if needed, could be instantly swapped out onto selective fire lower receivers. Since we understood our particular weapon, the change-out of lowers would be seamless with no learning curve required.

    When we purchased this house, it came equipped with a cedar lined sauna bath room. Never having been used for it's intended purpose, the windowless space was turned into a storage compartment for preparedness supplies. Both of those AR15 rifles are stashed away in there with the other stuff. The way we look at, the AR rifles are simply tools that perhaps one day might be assigned to a specific purpose.
     
  21. seelawyer

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    Ruger 10/22 on a Black Friday Deal, but got it Tuesday for a nice price. Taking her out for a range day on Friday.
     
  22. juanjo322

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    Can't ever go wrong with a deuce deuce
     
  23. BigN

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    Thompson Center Contender in 222, 14" barrel.
     
  24. JTHunter

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    A Ruger GP100 in .357 at a pawn shop last week.
     
  25. robMaine

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    Just ordered an XD9 4 inch, can't wait for it to get in!
     

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