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Dream guns

Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by Steel Head, Jan 11, 2013.

  1. Steel Head

    Steel Head Tactical Cat

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    What do you dream of?

    For me it's a Mp5 in any caliber or clone in 45acp.
    Many others I want but a Mp5 almost brings out a lotion moment:whistling:
     
  2. bac1023

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    Just a Korriphila at this point. It still eludes me.

    I've been fortunate enough to pick up all my other former dream guns. :)
     


  3. Mine was a M1 garand and I was fortunate enough to find one in excellent condition and at a great price. I love it!

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  4. Jeffe

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    I am right there with you man. Trying to buy one if I can but this is a terrible time to buy.:crying:
     
  5. janice6

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    I know I will get so much flak for this but it is my choice.

    My concealed carry is now a 4" barrel Chiappa Rhino in .357 Magnum, and I shoot the Hornady 125 gr. FTX. @1500 fps. The ease and comfort shooting with no muzzle flip and soft recoil made my decision for me.

    My "Dream Gun" of choice would be for carry:

    I would pick a chiappa Rhino in .44 Magnum in a heartbeat, if and when it is available. Considering the fast followup shots available with no muzzle flip from my present carry, I would like to go for an even higher muzzle energy round, since I see no penalty in rate of fire or discomfort of shooting.
     
  6. This is next on my list and incredibly hard to find. I'm currently trying to collect all weapons used from WWII


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  7. bac1023

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    Yes it is...
     
  8. deadmanglocking

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    Quad .50, just think of the piles of brass you could build up with that!
     
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  9. Glockdude1

    Glockdude1 Federal Member CLM

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    10/22, bull barrel, 5.7, that uses the 50rd magazine, under the stock, flush fit, allowing a bi-pod, and/or easy bench shooting.

    USP Soccom in 10mm

    HK .45 1911 w/the signature MP5 trigger guard.

    Glock pistol in 7.62x25, 5" slide.

    :cool:
     
  10. countrygun

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    There are 3 guns left on my "bucket list" none of them exceedingly rare to the point of impossible so my "dreams" run to the odd. For instance, I would never deface or alter a piece with any collector's value, but I have picked up a couple that have already been altered to un restorable and to that end one that I would like to find would be and old Colt New Service that was unsaveable in 38/40 to turn into a "Fitz Special. I was on that way once with a Colt 1917 but college and marriage changed my course.

    Why 38/40? Well, it's the original .40 S&W ballistics and simply everyone already has a .44 special or .45 Colt or ACP

    :whistling:
     
  11. CarryTexas

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    Of the guns that are legal for civilians to own my #1 is a MP5SD

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  12. Steel Head

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  13. ryanw1015

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  14. bac1023

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    Yeah, I wouldn't mind having one of those too. :cool:

    I wouldn't worry if it was shot or not, but I'd like to find on ein pristine condition with the box and papers.
     
  15. JBnTX

    JBnTX Texas

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    Original NIB Military Armament Corporation .45acp M-10.
    Paperwork is at the ATF right now.

    Can't wait!:impatient:
     
  16. s&wfan

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    If bac sold all of his pistols in this market, he'd be able to buy his own country.
     
  17. raven11

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    Swiss P210-6 or a P210 Legend


    Just because of BAC's photos , heck if he post photos again I might have to frame it to put it in my gun room