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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. radar1972

    radar1972 Member

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    S&W 586-1

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  2. Cokeman

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    Now that's a big gun. :what:
     
  3. The_Next_Generation

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    What can I say...Gotta keep the pics flowin'...otherwise its just a bunch of gun names.

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  4. avs11054

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    GSG 522 that I bought a couple weeks ago. Finally got to go shoot it today. It was a blast. I only got to shoot maybe 50 rounds out of it...my wife shot the other 250.:mad:
     

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  5. Magnuumpwr

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    Took a road trip today to Independence Firearms in Brenham, Texas. Went there to pick up a Sig-Sauer P226X5 Golden Dragon.
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    End up also picking up these two for my wife.
    Sig-Sauer P238
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    And this Core-15 with Muddy Girl magpul furniture.
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  6. Wolfsbane

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    K98 Mauser WW2 bring-back re-barreled in .35 Whelen. Ram Line Stock 4-16x-50 scope in a Redfield mount.
     
  7. PGT

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    Legion Sobol....last new one in the US.

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  8. NapalmMan67

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    Smitty 25-2, manufactured in the '80s I believe. $350.00

    1950 Russian SKS Tula, re-arsenaled $300.00


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  9. mavracer

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    Smith 52-2
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  10. CSG

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    Model 10-10 from Bud's just a couple weeks ago.
     
  11. QUICK_DRAW_McGRAW

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    1943 91/30

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    M&P 9, full apex kit and DPM recoil system. Shoots like a .22
     
  12. elhombreconnonombre

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    Well my first gun was a sxs 12 gauge smoke stick passed down thru the generations that got to me in 1965. It had been shortened drastically for use as a scatter/coach/cavalry shotgun by my ggg grandpaw when he mustered in with the 19th Texas Volunteer
    cavalry to serve in the Red River campaign. I have over the years tracked it down to being made around 1840 by a gunsmith in Birmingham England and proofed at the Birmingham Proof Company. Being antique I shot it only once with a lifgt load of BP and #8 bird shot. I still have it as a wall hanger. I also inherited a framed "photo" image of ggg grandpaw "CW" holding what appears to be either a Colt Walker or a very non-standard 3rd Model Dragoon.
     
  13. 12131

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    Is that also your last gun?
     
  14. Schwing

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    I have to answer this in two parts. A few weeks ago, I found a 5" Ruger GP-100 at my local cal ranch. I have never really been interested in revolvers but I noticed it was a 5" which I thought was pretty rare for a GP-100. I came home and looked it up and found that the 5" was a limited edition. I went back to cal ranch to look at it and there was no limited edition stamp... I bought it for the novelty of that.

    After letting it sit around for a couple of weeks, I finally took it out.... It quickly climbed just about to the top of my list of favorites! Not only is it accurate, but the thing is heavy enough that, with that houge grip, it barely moves. I have always been a S&W fan but I have to admit, I think the GP-100 is at least as good.

    The second part of this is because I liked the GP-100 so much, I ordered some dies and started reloading .357s so I pretty much HAD to get a rifle or carbine to go with the revolver. I settled on a Rossi 92m and was pleasantly surprised with it as well. Just like the Ruger, it wasn't my first choice but I am a fan of stainless and it was the only stainless .357 carbine I could find in the state of Utah. It has plenty of negative reviews but, with about 2 hours of bench time, I was able to iron out the problems with the gritty lever and $3 in JB weld and a little patience allowed me to fix the feed tube to the front barrel ring so it doesn't move like a lot of people report. It is a REALLY fun gun to plink with!
     
  15. Chuck53

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    On the same day I bought a Norinco MAK90 and a glock model 27. Love them both.
     
  16. elhombreconnonombre

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    I think it was both my first and last "gun" since in 1965 antique firearms and cap and ball weapons were still considered firearms per the laws in effect at that at that time.
     
  17. yotehunter1983

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    Ruger 22/45 lite
     
  18. TheotherJohn

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    Springfield XDS with a 7 round spare mag for my left front pocket.
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  19. Cokeman

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    A 1927 Winchester 12 16 gauge and then a Shield.
     
  20. LongTimeGone

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    Seecamp .32ACP

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  21. Archaic Weapon

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    Zastava M57 Semi-Auto Pistol, Cal. 7.62x25mm.
     
  22. danimoth17

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    1965 Marlin 99c, the walnut stock is in great condition with a nice older .22 bushnell scope at a local pawn shop for $115 with no rust i couldn't leave it there. this ones gonna be for my son when he's old enough (if i ever have a son that is)
     
  23. Kuyong_Chuin

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    Bought, S&W SW 99 40 cal but since then I traded it in for a 1945 Russian M44 & a Ruger P944 40 cal even swap so I got a two for one deal.
    no pictures yet since I have the M44 in pieces at the moment doing some work on the stock and adding some bolt on stuff to it like a brass stacker mount, a long eye relief scope, recoil pad, bolt on muzzle break, and a bolt on bipod. Will photograph it when completed.
     
  24. jct61765

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    Colt python 6inch blued.
     
  25. aarondhgraham

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    Charter Arms Target Pathfinder,,,

    Charter Arms Target Pathfinder,,,
    Nice little J-frame sized revolver in .22 LR

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    Here it is with the original grips,,,
    And a set of wood grips from handgungrips.com.

    I bought it tentatively as a gift for a young lady,,,
    Who graduated with her B.S. in Industrial Engineering,,,
    I've taken her shooting many times and she really enjoys it.

    Our university mascot is Pistol Pete,,,
    I'm making her a rig very similar to Pete's gunbelt & holster,,,
    Since I make the ones for the mascots I'm fairly certain it will look fine on her.

    Aarond

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