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What long guns do you own?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Timradcliffe345, Sep 10, 2008.

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  1. Timradcliffe345

    Timradcliffe345 member

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    Please list all the long guns in your collection. I'm trying to get a good idea of what the average Joe has in his collection. Thanks!

    -God Bless our Troops
     
  2. KC0QGL

    KC0QGL Member

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    Mosin-Naget russian m44r
    Yugo SKS m59/66a1
    .30-40 Krag-Jorgson mod.1899
    .22 L.R. Westernfield mod. m842
    12 gage Noble model 60g
    20 gage Mossberg 185k-a
     
  3. toivo

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    SHOTGUNS
    Remington 1100 Sporting 12-gauge
    Remington 870 Express 12-gauge
    Beretta 390 20-gauge
    Mossberg 500 .410

    RIMFIRES
    Winchester 9422 Traditional
    Winchester 9422 Legacy
    Remington 572 Fieldmaster
    Mossberg 340BB
    Mossberg 144LSA
    Izhmash Biathlon 7-2-KO Basic
    Sako Finnfire Hunter
    CZ 452 Trainer
    Marlin 60 SSK

    CENTERFIRES
    1943 Finnish Mosin M39
    1970 Finnish Mosin M39
    Izhmash Saiga .223 (16")
     
  4. sarduy

    sarduy Member

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    too many
     
  5. plexreticle

    plexreticle Member

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    More than I will ever shoot. The largest part of my collection are .22 rimfires.
     
  6. Ignition Override

    Ignition Override Member

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    Except for the SKS,
    the ancient Savage .22 and old but refurbished (grandfather's) Remington shotgun.
    Have never used the shotgun.

    A Dragunov would be the beautiful (long-legged red-head) rifle to own.
    These are very foxy, like a Russian agent in a James bond movie, and just as lethal :evil:.
     
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  7. goon

    goon Member

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    It's a revolving door.
    Two I'd never be without area a good centerfire rifle and a good .22 LR rifle.
    Generally, I can do without shotguns.
     
  8. DeadHorrorFan

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    Bushmaster M4
    DPMS M4
    Arsenal Bulgarian AK-47
    Romanian WASR 10
    Yugo underfolder AK
    Mosin Nagant 91/30
    Mosin Nagant M38
    Mosin Nagant M44
    Lee Enfield No. 4 Mk. 1
    Russian SKS (Tula)
    Winchester Model 47 .22
    Henry .22 Lever action
    Marlin 336
    Ruger 10/22
    Savage 93r17 Thumbhole stock .17HMR

    And 7 various shotguns
     
  9. MRIman

    MRIman Member

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    Way to many to list.
     
  10. Deadmanwalking_05

    Deadmanwalking_05 Member

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    Well right now a few Winchester Model 1300 shotguns,some Marlin rimfires.


    But rightnow I'm going over if I should start buying AR-Parts and Mags or spend that money on the new Ruger NRA/ILA Mini-14 (16-inch barrel,20mags)

    I already bought 100 rounds of 223,just trying to pick a platform.
     
  11. MountainWalk

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    While I have several of them, the ones that get the most use are a tang safety Ruger 220 swift, a Savage 116 338, a Ruger mk2 338, m70 30-06 and a Remington 760 270
     
  12. RockyMtnTactical

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    Not enough as I would like.
     
  13. Win75

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    Not too many, nor too little.
     
  14. Zach S

    Zach S Member

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    Not an average joe, but here goes:

    2 10-22s (bought one for my lil sis, the other was my grandfather's)
    2 Thompson 1927s (bought when I was single and had money)
    Mossberg 590
    Dissipator style AR15 in .22lr
    Dissipator style AR15 in 5.56
    AR15 in 9mm (Dissipator conversion is on my list of things to do)
    AR45 (incomplete)

    Close to the top of my list is an M1A, Saiga in 7.62x39, and another in 5.45x39. Oh, that's right, Saiga doesnt offer a 5.45:banghead:
     
  15. 3pairs12

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    AR15 6.8 SPC
    Berreta A 302 spec trap
    Winchester mod 1911sl
    10/22
    Stevens SxS
    H&R topper .410
    H&R topper 20ga
    Mos 500 12ga
    Mos ATR .308
    Rem 700 .243
    Rem 700 .308
    Wasr 10
    Win Mod 12
    I think thats it.
     
  16. kfranz

    kfranz Member

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    Where's your list?
     
  17. spyderdude

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    Romanian GP WASR10 AK-47 clone
    Ruger 10/22


    Friday I will add a brand new S&W M&P15!
     
  18. Ed Wagner

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    M N 91/30 1938 Tula
    M N M44 1944 Izzy
    Revelation M120 ( Marlin 60 )
    Savage Mk IIG
    Diamond Arms (Stevens) 410
    Remington M 10 12Ga. (1924 mfg.)
    Remington 870 20Ga.
    Yugo 59/66
    Taraus PT 1911
     
  19. sharkhunter2018

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    Stevens 311D 16ga. SxS
    Springfield M1 Garand
    Century M1 Garand
    Mosin Nagant PU sniper clone
    Mosin Nagant M44
    Yugo SKS 59/66
    Auto Ordnance M1 Carbine
    WASR-10 GP (AK-47 clone)
    WASR-2 (AK-74 clone)
    Mossberg Plinkster

    Soon to add another M44.
     
  20. livebythegun

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  21. Dr. Tad Hussein Winslow

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    Now that's a heck of a big kayak! Oddly enough, my kayak is just as large and my luck very very similar to yours - and alas! - my memory is also just as bad.
     
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  22. BoilerUP

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    Marlin 60 .22LR
    JA Arms AR15A2 .223
    Ruger No.1-V 22-250
    Remington 700 .243
    Remington 700 MTN LSS .260
    Savage 110 .270
    Norinco SKS 7.62x39
    Remington 742 30-06
    Remington 700 30-06
    TC Nighthawk muzzleloader .54cal
    Remington 1100 12 gauge
     
  23. twofourthree73

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    A Wal-Mart clerk took away my long guns in an adrenaline dumping incident.

    Seriously,

    I just have
    2 .22 remingtons a bolt and pump
    1 870 shotgun
    1 7600 .243 pump
    1 CMMG AR-15
     
  24. rugbyer81

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    8 centerfire rifles (7 are milsurps)
    1 rimfire rifle
    1 shotgun
     
  25. AmishFury

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    easier to just post a link

    http://necropimp.home.insightbb.com/firearms.html

    i have 2 more that are either on their way here or waiting for someone at century to ship the damn thing already

    1954 Romanian M44 (could be arriving as early as today)
    1935 Turk 1903/38 (century still hasn't shipped it)
     
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