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Dream guns

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


  1. Steel Head

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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:
     

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  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. Actionmonkey

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    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. Just_plinking

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    Thompson, any of 'em from WWII back.
     
  7. Actionmonkey

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    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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  8. bac1023

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    Yes it is...
     
  9. deadmanglocking

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

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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.

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  11. 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

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  12. CarryTexas

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

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  13. Steel Head

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

    Can't wait!:impatient:
     
  17. glockfanbob

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    MP5 for sure
     
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    If bac sold all of his pistols in this market, he'd be able to buy his own country.
     
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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