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Which of your guns is the most fun?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by M&PVolk, Nov 16, 2009.

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  1. Buckeye

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    M1 Garand Bang, Bang, Bang Bang, Bang Bang, Bang Bang, Ping
     
  2. moooose102

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    always wanted to shoot a black powder revolver. but of the guns i have shot, i think my 45 acp is the most fun to shoot. it has enough recoil that i can tell i am shooting something real (unlike a 22 rimfire), but not so much (like my big rifles) that i come home sore enough that i dont want to shoot again for a few days.
     
  3. summerhelp

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    That is a tough one. If I just want to send some lead down range or if I want to really try and improve my marksmanship I like my M1A. But shooting a Walker Colt with 60 grains of black powder puts a big smile on my face once I get it loaded.
     
  4. blacklab

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    Savage 22-250
     
  5. Beelzy

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    Any Belt-Fed......in my case a 1919a4.
     
  6. W Turner

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    Rossi lever action .357. Loaded with light .38's it recoils like a .22. Loaded up with .357's and its a deer getter.
     
  7. Morgo

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    Desert Eagle!

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  8. Avenger29

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    I can tell you that my AR-15 and my CZ 452 are two guns that have never been left behind for a range trip since I purchased each one. Everything else is mix and match for range day, those two have their dedicated two gun case.
     
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