Last long gun ——M1 garand, Springfield Armory April of 1943. Service grade from CMP. It is more accurate than my old ( closer to 80 than 70) eyes are. She’s s beauty, and my grandfather worked there so he may have had a role in its manufacture plus my mom was an inspector there and she might have done one of the inspection on it. So if nothing else it’s something I can figure has family ties (maybe). Last handgun...1851 colt navy...Brasser..in .44. Saw it, liked it, wife said why don’t you buy it? I couldn’t say no to her I’ll do most anything (especially like that) to keep her happy. It’s a Tradition (Pietta). The fit and finish are excellent. I know it’s not accurate historically, but it is when firing. I’ve never fired a gun that pointed so easily and naturally. It’s a hoot to shoot, gets some attention at the range, and my 12 year old grandson loves shooting it ... it’ll be his someday, but hopefully not too soon. The M1 is what I’m holding in my avatar photo.