What is the last gun that you bought?

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

  1. 1border4manu

    1border4manu Member

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    Ruger 22/45 lite
     
  2. DLam

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    hate to burst your bubble. I just received my S&W M&P15 sport yesterday. $540. free shipping, $20 transfer fee at the LGS.

    :)
     
  3. Dave Workman

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    Cripes, I hope I haven't yet made that purchase! :D

    Recently acquired a vintage Mod. 57 S&W in .41 Magnum. A real shooter!

    Anyone else out there like the .41 Mag?
     
  4. joem1945

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    The last gun I bought hasn't been made or delivered yet. S&W 57. I wish they would get off their fannies and make it.
     
  5. SWMO1

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    Hi Standard Victor
     
  6. ColoradoShooter77

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    My dealer probably doesn't have the buying power of LGS, he's a small operation. He's a great guy to deal with and giving me his best deal, so I'm good with that.
     
  7. 80Goat

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    Just picked up a Sig P220 Elite in 10mm. One sweet shooting gun.
     
  8. Ruger Redhawk

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    Back in May I picked up from a dealer having Ruger Days a SR1911 CMD Lightweight. That gives me the full size SR1911 , a CMD and now the Lightweight SR1911. I like my Ruger's and the 1911 platform.
     
  9. jrod

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    Hey Dave, I love 41 Magnum! Best all around magnum round ever made. Powerful, very controllable recoil and accurate. What's not to love? :)
     
  10. Archie

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    Another .303 British rifle...

    Today, 27 August 2015, I bought a Ruger Number 1 in caliber .303 British. It was a 'consignment' gun, meaning it has been fired and used to some degree.

    I will fire it tomorrow, check chronograph readings and verify the sighting. I have notice the front sight is bent to port; I have no idea if it has been sighted in since then.

    Report to follow.
     
  11. HKGuns

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  12. Gun Master

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    Last Gun I Bought

    SCCY CPX-2 9mm. My busy schedule hasn't allowed me to shoot it yet, but it handles nicely. I expect it to be "The Bees' Knees", so to speak.:)
     
  13. kimberkid

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    A dozen or so years back I went through a .22 lever phase, had quite a few, some really old,collectible & fairly expensive and I thought I was all done with them; just a couple months ago sold the last one except a keeper 39a I rescued/rebuilt ... then a week or two ago I saw a Henry "Evil Roy" and the itch set in ... I gave in yesterday :)

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    I took it out for a few rounds late yesterday, about 30 yards, off-hand, open sights shooting some Fiocchi subsonic ... really nice trigger and I was shooting golf ball size groups and I just couldn't miss ... I couldn't be happier!


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  14. mooosie

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    The last one I bought was a couple of years ago , an FN5.7 . I guess I'm over due for another one[emoji28]
     
  15. Tommygunn

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    Actually as of Oct. 1, 2015:

    I bought a Rossi R92 in .45Colt, with 16" barrel. Rossi has IMHO really upped the quality of their 1892 reprps in recent years. I recall looking at a Rossi 1892 repr back when I was in Connecticut some 21+ years ago, the gun's interior looked like it was made by a drunken gorilla Friday afternoon with a broken chisel. You'd have had to pay me to take that one!!
    This Rossi (now made by Taurus I note) is a very nice gun with a nice interior. It isn't as nice as a Miroku made 1892 but it is still very nice and for a plinking semi-formal, maybe a "trunk gun" it is a very nice carbine indeed.
     
  16. Gravedigger56

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    Gotta love those Henry's. I was forced to sell my M1-A due to the fact that the range put a limit of nothing larger than a .223 for rifles but so far no mention about pistol calibers so when I saw the Henry Big Boys in 44mag, 45LC and .357 I got to thinking.... Now I might be adding a new one, even though I said I was done, to the stable.
     
  17. ghitch75

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  18. HexHead

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    Couple of Beretta 92s. A 1994 Italian made 92L Compact and 92G Wilson Brigadier Tactical.
     
  19. aarondhgraham

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    I purchased a Polish WZ-48 Trainer,,,

    I purchased a Polish WZ-48 Trainer,,,
    Picked her up for $230.00 even.

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    I think I will name her,,,
    Krystyna.

    Aarond

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  20. 460Shooter

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    Wilson/Beretta 92 Brigadier Tactical

    I bought it in January...... I have a serious itch right now, since I usually buy 2 or 3 guns a year. But buying a house and windows sort of took president.

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  21. Coyote3855

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    Ah gee. I feel like a kid who ate to much Halloween candy. An old friend is moving to a retirement home and is disposing of his firearms. I stopped by to look and came home with four Smith and Wesson revolvers: a 34 no dash with diamond center grips, a 36 no dash, a 60 no dash, and a 65-5. The 60 and 65 came with original boxes, all paperwork and accessories. All four are ANIB. Four revolvers and 500 rounds of .223 for under $2000.
     
  22. Hardtarget

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    This has hung around long enough for me to get back in!

    I didn't buy this but I received a .45 Colt govt mod. , 5" from my boss. Been there 44 years so she popped for an early retirement gift.!fun! fun!!

    Mark
     
  23. finloq

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    I have little girl hands so I can't use any Beretta larger than my M1951, but that is a beautiful Italian Lady, Kodiak.
     
  24. gbran

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    S&W PC 627, 8rnd cyl, .357

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    I pick it up this Friday.
     
  25. Gun Master

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    Really do like it, but personally I like the 5".

    Yours is great for CCW !
    Great gun! Thanks for showing!:)
     
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