What is the last gun that you bought?

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

  1. Appalachiannative

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    IMG_20220715_193003318.jpg H&A model 1885 falling block 12 gauge. Light pitting in the bore but action locks up perfectly. Mostly for looks but will be used to fire very light loads (sub 7,000 PSI)
     
  2. AzShooter1

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    S&W 617 4 inch.
     
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  3. clc58

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    Ruger American.45 ACP
     
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  4. Gus Chiggins
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    A .22 mini Mosin. It's going to be gifted to a good friends grandson when he's old enough. I'm going to have some fun with it first before the little dude gets it.
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  5. citizenconn

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    My first Colt. I bought my first 1911 (Springfield) earlier this year. I'm now up to 5 with the Colt...and counting.

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  6. Rat-Man

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    I always thought a Citori was a good looking shotgun. This one caught my eye and was one of few CXT’s available in the country lately. Bought it on the 4th of July but it took a while to get it because my local FFL was closed for a while for a vacation.
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    and I think it's my favorite too
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    Yesterday. A Charter Arms Bulldog, 2.5-inch barrel, 45 Colt, 5-shot revolver, shown back to back with my S&W 642:
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  9. Ethan Verity

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    Just got a Ruger LCP Max! Prior to that, it was a Shield 9 Plus... I love this recent trend of getting as much ammo as physically possible into these tiny frame guns, and now I'm finally caught up!

    My original 9 Shield has been sold off, though I'll probably keep my original LCP. It's still a bit smaller (unlike the Shield models, which were the same size).
     
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    Ruger lcp 2.
     
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    Found this Henry .45 colt yesterday. 20220722_162152.jpg
     
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    I had no idea such a thing existed!? Are these a reproduction or some kind of training tool?
     
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    It's the first of a series of miniatures produced by Keystone Arms. There was supposed to be five versions of WWI and WWII rifles. More of a novelty than anything else.
     
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    Had this one once before. 1993 P228, #'s matching and shot very little. Never did get used to the trigger reset, buddy wanted it pretty badly so we traded. I was given right of first refusal, and when he decided he no longer needed it we traded again. He took good care of it for the 2 years he owned it, and I ended up with more mags, holsters and grips than when I had it before.
     
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  17. jags

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    Saw this the other day when I bought the Henry. Told my girlfriend I should have got both of them. Told me to turn around as we drove away. I said "no we don't need to". We'll today I couldn't take it anymore and we went back to the gun shop and got it. I got to here "I told you" more than a few times today. Marlin 336 .30-30. 20220724_164520.jpg
     
  18. potmetal

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    I bought a used XDs 9mm with all 3 mags and case the other day.
    Today i got a lightly used Rex Zero 1 with the case, mags, paperwork. It's in FDE.
     
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    The Rex Zero 1
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    Picked up this used CZ 75D PCR a couple days ago. Not loving the grips ( comfortable though ). Will be changing those soon.
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  21. Hikingman

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    Early July addition, the G3C model.
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  22. thump_rrr

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    I recently purchased 3 guns due to the proposed upcoming Canadian change in laws.
    I received 1 transfer rather quickly but the others may take several months due to the current backlog.

    I received the Dan Wesson 44 Magnum with 6" barrel in stainless steel. It is from the mid to late 80's
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    I'm waiting on a brand new Magnum Research BFR in 45-70 with a 7-1/2" barrel.
    I'm also waiting on a S&W 460V with the 5" barrel.

    Edit: I also put a 25% down payment to get on the waiting list for a Marlin 1895SBL.
    There were already 92 people ahead of me but the owner of the store believes that I should see it around Christmas.
     
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  23. tuckerdog1

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    Must have a moose problem up that way.
     
  24. trekker73

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    Rossi 44 mag stainless 20" barrel to replace a 357 rossi as my all round gun. Only have 3 long guns in the safe, a 22LR, a 223 and now the 44 mag lever action.
     
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    6644E31F-32F1-4EC8-8409-3E1BCDC58D04.jpeg My eighth Sako. An AV in 338. Dirt cheap. Did some work to it though, glassbedding, free floating the barrel, a somewhat nice oil finish and
    partially new cut checkering. But thats all part of the fun!
     
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