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Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by bac1023, Dec 17, 2010.
Yeah, you know Karen wouldn't buy that one.
Amazing collection!, I'm VERY jealous!
Bac is one the forumers that i respect in this forum because when i ask about a particular gun,he knows what hes talking about because he actually owns it.
Very nice collection !
that is THE BEST collection I seen so far ...
thank for nice pic.
Brian really doesn't own all those. Truth be told... he's only 19 they are his dad's guns. He is the 3rd shift fry-guy at BK when he's not online at the University of Phoenix working on his associates degree for dental hygiene. He learned everything he knows from Call of Duty.
Amazing! Thanks for posting that.
That is F'n HILARIOUS!
I have a few long guns, but nothing special. I sold quite a few long guns in my younger days that I regret.
As far as storage is concerned, I have a small room lined with racks and shelving.
Like a giant walk-in humidor. Temperature and humidity controlled.
As far as round counts go, my Ruger Mark III probably has the most. For centerfires, possibly my Sig X-Five.
Colt Pythons are my favorite revolvers.
As for non-1911 autos, I really like the S&W 952 and Sig X-Five.
There's an "Evaluate your collection" thread in the General Firearms forum (if I remember correctly). Unfortunately, every time I see it, I remember this thread and think, "I don't wanna evaluate MY collection. I wanna evaluate bac's!"
Beautiful collection, bac.
It was actually that thread that finally motivated me enough to take pics. Its a real PITA taking large family pics, but I'm glad I finally did it.
I have a G33 as well.
I'd like to get a 4th Gen G34 whenever they're available.
No problem man, I didn't take it as such.
Unfortunately, Llamas and/or Stars are not true 1911s. As you can see, my Star Model B is not in my 1911 pic.
They're close, but not quite there.