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Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by bac1023, Dec 17, 2010.
No ****, where da rafles at?
nice collection, thanks for posting it!
The outside of the his house is impressive too.
Oddjob guarding Ft. Knox
Yeah, Ive already learned that selling guns is a bad idea unless you really need the money for something more important. I don't like trading or selling to get something else, its like giving up something you wanted and got, just to get something else you want. Your not really gaining anything. Its always better to wait til you have the money, it makes the purchase that much sweeter in the end. I miss the guns Ive traded or sold and Im gonna replace them. To me, sometimes different guns appeal to me in different moods, and I may be in a mood that doesn't seem to want something too much, like a snub-nose revolver, but if I get rid of it (even though I have several) I will eventually regret it.
Good lord that's quite the lineup
Sticks out like a turd in a punch bowl, doesn't it?
And a Jimenez, some llamas and some stars.
I've known Bac for abouth three years, been to his house a few times, and in all that time, I have not been able to convince him to get one of these:
By the power of Greyskull!
Stars are mostly very good.
The 30M I have is very well built. Nothing wrong with the Model B either.
Very nice, you must have high ceilings and a big ladder.
I especially like the Korth, Benelli, and Sig 210. The Liebenberg, Morris and Yost aint to shabby either.
Just curious? How do you store them without causing damage/scratches? Do you individually case each one? I am safe challenged.
That the new Dr. Kevorkian model?
I bought a used one. The owner's wife said it was only fired once
Yeah, you see them at estate auctions all the time.
You could carry a different handgun every day and it would be like six months before you would carry the first one again.
Awesome collection, Brian
That is an awesome collection, really nice Bac!!!