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    Post Your Weapons

    Glock 17 9mm 18 rd mag and 33 rd mag





    12 Gauge Mossberg 500 removable AR adjustable stock







    M1 garand 30-06 8 rd






    The whole family


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    I like you already. But I refuse to post a pic of the whole family. That would be far, FAR too much work.
    The above post is my 2 cents....nothing more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rolex View Post
    I like you already. But I refuse to post a pic of the whole family. That would be far, FAR too much work.
    I list would work pictures aren't necessary

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    Re: Post Your Weapons

    I'll see your Glock with my 22 and 27 in their "pre-grip reduction" states:



    I'll see your shotty with a Mossy 590:



    And since it would be blasphemous to try to out show that beautiful Garand I'll post a meager LR 300:

    The above post is my 2 cents....nothing more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EdmondClimber View Post
    I list would work pictures aren't necessary
    You aren't the first one to ask.
    The above post is my 2 cents....nothing more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rolex View Post
    I'll see your Glock with my 22 and 27 in their "pre-grip reduction" states:



    I'll see your shotty with a Mossy 590:



    And since it would be blasphemous to try to out show that beautiful Garand I'll post a meager LR 300:

    sweet I like the laser spring replacement piece.
    I want a laser sight for the Mossberg help my wife aiming it.

    I had a grip on my Glock but I took it off.

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    Re: Post Your Weapons

    I have the Streamlight TLR 2 on a cople of weapons (and the TLR 1 on others). It's inexpensive and holds up well to recoil. The light/laser combination would turn that 500 into a great home defense tool IMHO.
    The TLR 2 on a relatively new toy:

    The above post is my 2 cents....nothing more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rolex View Post
    I have the Streamlight TLR 2 on a cople of weapons (and the TLR 1 on others). It's inexpensive and holds up well to recoil. The light/laser combination would turn that 500 into a great home defense tool IMHO.
    The TLR 2 on a relatively new toy:

    Is that light HID ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EdmondClimber View Post
    Is that light HID ?
    It is LED. I forgot to mention you'd have to find a rail to mount on your 500 first. But it's doo-able.
    The above post is my 2 cents....nothing more.

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    Damnitt.

    Automag II and my .50 Doublestar AR.

    Like Rolex, it would be far far far too much effort to list or show them all...but search our posts and you'll find some good stuff.


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    Oh yea...and BOOOOOOOOOOoooooooooooooooooo to Glock!

    To Hell And Back Reliability is my personal favorite.

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    I'm not 21 yet, so I only have my brain and my hands. They're the only things I need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 93DevilleUSMC View Post
    I'm not 21 yet, so I only have my brain and my hands. They're the only things I need.
    Are you 0121 ADMIN?

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    Nothing newer than a Ruger .45 Colt revolver from about '88, but 42 pieces, both pistol and long gun, from 1851 Remington .44, 1861 Colt .44 & .36, several late 1800's and early 1900's Winchesters, 1914 S&W Officer's .45 Auto Rim DA revolver, S&W & Colt .38's, a couple of .357's, .30-06, .30-30, .22's, .45-70, 218 Bee, .243 Rem., Remington Model 32 O/U 12 ga., other such stuff, and enough shell cases, primers, various bullets, powder, and reloading equipment to keep me happy until I can't hold a pistol any more. Then the NRA gets it all. Lucky for me, I have a 100-yard rifle range in my back yard. The only autoloading firearm I own is a Winchester shotgun. The sign on my front porch says "Forget the dog. Beware of owner".

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    Re: Post Your Weapons

    Hmm... interesting. I don't have pictures, but...

    Long Guns:
    Remington 700 BDL Varmint Special, 22-250, Leupold 18x, Timney Trigger, Harris Bipod, glass bedded & free floated... nice tack driver.

    Colt AR-15 Delta Elite HBAR, Pre-ban, pretty much stock...

    Weatherby Mark V .300 Weatherby Mag, Leupold 12x... very nice

    Weatherby Mark XXII, Leupold 4-12x... very fun & nice 22.

    Ithaca 12 ga Over-Under, selective ejectors... was my Dad's. super nice, mint condition. Trap stock... a real kicker compared to a Remington 1100...

    Handguns:
    Browning Challenger .22 Pistol.. Bought it when I was 21. Super nice 22.

    High Standard Victor .22 Target Pistol. Heavily reworked. Was my .22 indoor pistol target gun. Still is, I guess, but I haven't shot competitively for years. Custom grips, Burris 2x pistol scope... super nice gun. Was second civilian in the nation with that, back in the 80's...

    HK USP 9mm. Super nice 9

    HK USP .40 Super nice.

    Smith & Wesson 669. compact 9mm. Excellent. Nice small package.

    Smith & Wesson 645 .45 auto. A personal favorite. Heavily reworked, was my IPSC competition gun. Won the state sectionals with that many years ago...

    Action Arms AT-84 9mm. A real nice CZ-75 sort of copy, from solothurn in Switzerland. Real nice gun.

    Walther PPK .380 stainless. Everybody should have a Walther PPK... should'nt they??

    I'm probably forgetting a few... Nobody knows what a Hammerli Free Pistol is, but if you do, I have one of those... I was going to shoot Olympic Style free pistol competition at one point, so I bought that, but my personal situation prevented that from happening anyways.... I had a Hammerli .32 competition bullseye gun for awhile... actually, I recently sold that, as my competition days seem to be behind me... If you need a centerfire competition pistol, the Hammerli was wonderful... I was shooting cowboy action matches briefly for fun, I have a 5-inch nickel plated Sherrif's model.... think Sharon Stone's gun in "The Quick and the Dead"...

    If I bought anything at the moment, I think I really need a combat shotgun, and some kind of CAR-15, which I'll be picking up before the election...

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