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

  1. Blnt4rcetrauma

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    Picked up that exact model last week. She’s a fine shooter. My dad loves it. I might end up giving it to him and getting another
     
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  2. SharpDog

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    Is anybody going to San Antone?
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  4. SharpDog

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  6. SharpDog

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    It is a very fine knife. I wanted to buy American and there are some very fine blades made here but this one checked all my boxes. It is definitely an upper-tier non-custom knife to rival the semi-customs. Great fit and finish, attention to detail, durable, smooth, sharp and fast opening frame lock with the flipper. Also very corrosion-resistant which is my main requirement.
     
  7. The Evangelist Cowboy

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    I carry the Recon 1 from Cold Steel, American steel but made overseas. I do like the looks and american made salespoint of the blade.
     
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  8. Tommygunn

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    I purchased a Ruger Wrangler, their new .22 caliber revolver that's modeled after a small frame Colt Peacemaker type. There are 3 basic colors; I got the black cerakote version. This revolver doesn't have the "half-cock" position of the hammer to free the cylinder, you open the loading gate and v the cylinder free-spins ... both ways. It also uses a transfer safety bar with the firing pin embedded in the frame, not on the hammer. Loading all 6 chambers can be done safely.

    Also, ordered a Uberti repro of a Colt 1862 conversion, a new model that's being made in .380ACP, from the same place. I don't actually have it now, it has to be shipped to the store, and I might get it by the weekend, or early next week.


    And now .... to let my bank account recuperate. It's been a rough day for it. ;)
     
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  9. BSA1

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    S&W M&P 9mm Shield about two weeks ago. I gave it to my wife when her Conceal Carry license showed up in the mail. She likes the M&P 9mm models.
     
  10. D Rudd

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    Last two guns about 45 days apart.
    Old Model Ruger .30 Carbine with factory box.
    Old Model Ruger 4 5/8" .357 Magnum /9mm both in excellent condition.
    Do not have any pictures yet.

    Dana
     
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    Browning Model 1885 .223/5.56
     
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  13. tcj

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    One of these in 45 Colt:
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    Cimarron Arms Evil Roy 5.5"
     
  14. forward observer

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    This cased set of flintlocks just arrived this past Wednesday. This is one of 975 sets offered by the US historical Society during our bicentennial in 1976. They are accurate copies of a solid silver mounted set presented to George Washington during the war of independence. The barrels are bronze in .58 cal smooth bore. The original are in the collection of the West Point museum.

    Here they are in their mahogany case.
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    Out of the case
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    detail of the solid cast silver grotesque mask butt caps and trigger guard
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    displayed on a copy of the declaration of independence with a few period appropriate props
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    Cheers
     
  15. DMF38

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    Beretta 92FS, during the last year.
     
  16. jr_watkins

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    SKS (Chinese type 56) from Classic Firearms, thoroughly packed in cosmoline. Will be cleaning that up this weekend. SKS_new.jpg
     
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  17. clutch

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    Ruger 22/45. Mounted a picatinny rail. I shoot it with irons or the Romeo5. I use it as my reference standard when shooting other pistols. I've learned that at age 61 I don't shoot irons like I used to.
     
  18. Oldman1151

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    Springfield 45 cal XDm
     
  19. Tommygunn

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    Picked up the 1862 Conversion repro today. Nice little gun. Also, the October 2019 edition of SHOOTING TIMES is out and there's an article with photos about this gun on page 62 if you subscribe or are interested.
     
  20. DRJ1911

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    Picked up a black m9a3 g model today. I haven’t got to shoot it yet but I think I’m going to love it.
     
  21. Tommygunn

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    I just today picked up one of the more, um, .... "useless" firearms on the market, a Sig Sauer MCX Rattler in .300 Blackout. It's my first pistol, first in .300 blk, and first in FDE . Expensive ...eeeeyup, YIKES!!! But the reason I got it is fear of a ban, and of course, hope it won't be one that confiscates owned guns. Might as well get one of the better made guns.
    Parts of it are tight, being a new gun. The dust cover is tight making cycling the actuator hard. And the shoulder ... thing ...brace I guess it's called, folds to the side, but I've forgotten how that works, and the instruction manual is not that helpful.
     
  22. Flintshooter

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    A near mint Tingle Mfg. target pistol.
    When I first started shooting muzzleloaders back in the late sixties any match that had a dozen or more shooters would have at least two or three of Bob Tingle’s rifles. And if a pistol match was included, at least one person would be shooting a Tingle single shot pistol.
    Back then I didn’t get either one but I always had a soft spot in my heart for them. Now I have two rifles and the pistol.
     
  23. Paul Toms

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    I wanted a 357 Sig conversion barrel for my G20 and had no luck finding one, so I bought the G35 in the second hand market with the conversion barrel included in the purchase!

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  24. ilgac

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    Smith & Wesson 915 with three 15rd magazines. $250

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  25. Meeks36

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    Yugo sks matching numbers. $450.00
     
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