Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by full metal, Jun 23, 2007.
My Mosin Nagant 91/30, almost four years ago.
S&W Airweight Kit Gun Model 43 in good shape. Any pinned and recessed old S&W I see in decent shape at a good price is SWEPT up.
Ruger 10/22 tactical (threaded barrel) that comes form Ruger with the ATI stock. Before that a 45/22. A lot cheaper to buy an extra gun then to have existing rimfire barrels threaded.
Normally I would not be into this kind of stock but given the 10/22's frequent use as a teaching gun, the adjustability of the M$ stock-type is fantastic. I have encountered beginners with arms too short to handle some of my guns, particularly shotguns.
1942 Walther P38
Ruger Security Six .357 21/2 in barrel.
S&W M&P 15 Optics-Ready Carbine
My first firearm purchase in over a year! It's been too long. My eighth long-gun but the first one that doesn't have wood furniture. I've been wanting an AR for some time now. Still plan on building one to my tastes but this one will tide me over while I work on a build.
The last 2 I bought (at the same time)
A 2.25" Ruger SP101 357 Magnum
a Ruger Single Six in 32 H&R Magnum (John Wayne Commemorative).
Winchester '94 30-30, circa 1972, action smooth as butter. YES!
Norinco SKS. I already have one, but I just couldn't help my self.
Bought a post 1964 Winchester model 88 recently. Caliber is .308. The stock is cracked, the forend screw was the wrong one (it has since been replaced) and the front sight hood is missing.
Paid $200 for the gun. Sorry about the feet.
Congrats. Heck the magazine is worth half what you paid for the rifle. If yours shoot like mine you're really gonna like it.
Oh, just today picked up an early 90's Winchester 1300. Shot a few clays and she seems to point nicely and shoot even better. I think this might be the start of a beautiful friendship.
Traded some.22 bricks for a CVA long rifle in 45 cal black powder.
Remington scoremaster 511
Picked up at an estate sale for $90! Not a scratch on it. Stamped 1947.
I bought a Crickett Rifle,,,
I bought a Crickett Rifle,,,
It was in the Evil Pawn Shop for $85.00,,,
Now I have something that the children of my friends can shoot.
Last Gun I Bought
A circa 1997 Glock 30 .45acp Gen. 2.5 in near mint condition. Now, to find a 10mm conversion barrel from Storm Lake or a G29 slide and I will be happier.
Two Contenders w/three barrels. Two44 magnums and one 45 colt/410 All for
I think you're right! I've been buddies with mine for over 30 years---back when they called it the 1200, which is essentially the same thing---and it's always been a reliable, first-rate shotgun. I can't understand why they never enjoyed the same following as the Remington 870.
Congratulations on your find!
Arsenal sam7r AK :beer:
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Like new $80 Marlin Mod 60 made in 1974.
Fusion Firearms custom built Long Slide Hunter in 10mm.
Just recently acquired a dirty, slightly rusted Kel-Tec P-3AT. After a lot of cleaning...(And I mean a lot, it made cleaning my first SKS caked in cosmoline without knowing about any method of removing it besides wiping it off look easy...)it still has some areas the bluing is missing and that are discolored on the outside...and the grips a bit chewed up...but it looks solid enough, no dings or pitting!
And at 50$ for it in the original box with the original manual, and 130 rounds for it...I couldn't pass it up!
Ruger No. 1 RSI in .243 Winchester.
Plan on selling the 3x9 Leupold Vari-X II (no offers please)
A 25-06 on Mauser action from auction. Took a chance and it has exceeded all expectations --- and more. And, it also got me reloading, so a great purchase.
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