Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by full metal, Jun 23, 2007.
Let no good SIG go to waste:
Picked up a 9mm AR lower today. Gonna try my hand at a new caliber.
I bought a SKB model 600 in 28 gauge over and under, I don’t shoot skeet or clays but alter acquiring this I just might, I think it’s drop dead pretty, wood the finish and the engraving it was mfg in Japan for Ithaca Guns Co.and I feel into a deal on it.
Weatherby Vanguard (S2) Heavy Barrel in .223, and picked up the full aluminum bed Hogue stock at the pillar bed price thanks to a goof by Amazon. Already had the Primary Arms 4-16x44 scope.
Springfield XDe, 45 ACP
Top to Bottom:
Remington 511 Scoremaster - $125 OTD from a local pawn shop.
Romanian M1969 - $100 OTD, picked it up at the gun show Saturday.
Charter Arms Target Bulldog .357 - Traded a 91/30 in decent shape for the Bulldog, a holster and a box of .357 ammo.
Had $100 invested in the 91/30.
It's been a busy week.....I could have spent a lot more if I had it, seems to be a lot of good deals floating around right now.
Today I found a nice Uberti Schofield reproduction in .45 Colt (I know it's not the original caliber, but .45 Colt IS easier to find) at a lgs. It was expensive, used, but in very good condition. If it's prior owner had fired it, he did a excellent job cleaning it.
It's really in near mint condition.
It's my first Schofield .... a very nice historic revolver.
A Tikka 22-250.
In bolt actions, I have a weakness for Sako and Tikka..
Um.. Er.. well-em.. No Pictures..???
I bought a Glock 26. I pick it up next Tuesday.
Just picked this one up on the way home.
Pietta 1873 44 cal. Black powder.
Now that looks nice...
You know I have seen those, I like them, but never could pull the trigger... So may I ask what made you want one???
& something I have to know do you use the cartridge ejector for anything on that little beastie???
I’ve always had a soft spot for single action revolvers. I guess if’s from watching all those cowboy movie as a kid. Oh! And the price was right.
I think the ejector Rod is just for looks.
ha ha ha yeah, a good price overcomes many questions and doubts. When I have see those, the ejector rod was not very strong.. Kinda hoped they would have made it into a loading ram arm.. thanks for sharing
S&W .22 Victory pistol,and i'm waiting to pick up my new 1895 Marlin .444 this week from my FFL.
Mid 1930s Smith & Wesson .22 Outdoorsman
1928 Colt Police Positive Special 5". Just got my new repro grips.
OOOOh I like that
It's been a little bit (been an expensive year) but the last gun I bought was a S&W 629 .44 magnum, 3" barrel.
As pretty as those grips are, however, they do not fit my hand (they seem to be pretty much One-Size-Fits-None near as I can tell). So I went for function over form and put a pair of Pachmayer Diamond grips on it. Besides fitting my hand a bit better (though they are quite a bit thicker back to front) it makes shooting full-house magnums quite a bit less unpleasant.
After the teenager announced he wants to join the Army after high school, I figured, why not grab a plain old run of the mill army wannabe P320-M17:
I'm thinking about getting one example of each submission to the MHS trials, starting with the "winner." Plus, coyote tan is growing on me.
M&P AR 15
Liberated this .32-20 Hand Ejector from an estate sale today for the princely sum of $50. Needs a good clean/buff and a dip in the salts, but the bore is bright and the lockup tight. Should make a fun shooter with cowboy loads.
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