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Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by Gray Dood, Sep 17, 2020.
STI Costa Carry Comp .45 would be an awesome addition to my collection
I've held, and fired, a 1928 Thompson. Just over 10 lbs unloaded. Around 18 lbs with full 50 round drum. Haven't fired a BAR, 15.9 lbs unloaded (1918 variant, sans bipod).
So sue me.
I just won the Powerball, you'll lose.
Kriss Vector with a can. Shot one in TX a few years back. T’was a good time!
Lots of .45 ACP for the above.
For some reason I'm just really wanting one of these G34 gen 5's!
S&W 686 CS-1 3", or a 4" Rhino .357
Not really a valuable gun, but an unmolested, no post 1920 changes, 1891 Carcano TS made in 1898 - the first year of manufacture for TS carbines.
or a gyro jet pistol.
Some of these were actually mine (*) that I sold for some stupid reason, and would buy back, and others were always on the "want list"
Colt LW Commander *
Colt New Frontier 22/22mag 7.5" barrel color case hardened *
Browning O/U Citori Superlight 12g *
Ruger Super Blackhawk 44Mag *
Smith & Wesson 629 6.5" *
Smith & Wesson 63 *
Remington 721 .270 *
Marlin 45/70 Cowboy 26" JM *
Sig 228 .40
Colt Single Action 3rd gen 45LC 5.5"
Bernelli Super Black Eagle
AR 15 SBR
Smith & Wesson 41
Remington old model 40X .22lr
Tikka T3x Superlight Camo 22-250
Colt Python blue 6"
Nothing different from what I’d buy now.
No gun is worth worshipping!
Springfield TRP Professional.
HK MP5... Full auto
Now that’s really using your imagination.
I have all the guns I "need", I'd buy a Jaguar E type Series 1, or a 1971 Mercedes 280 SL...
A few high end bolt action hunting rifles, think performance not fancy.
A 1940’s 1911 made by Singer
Tommy Guns are sure fun to shoot, I’d take one
H&K MP-5, ditto.
A nice M-1
Registered Magnum 3 1/2”
S&W Model 19 no dash in 2 1/2”
A Best Grade Holland & Holland double barrel in .577 Nitro Express, a mere $190,000 or so. I think those rifles are the most elegant looking ever built. Don
A few years ago, I contemplated getting a 50BMG. TX is huge but I didn't find any public range that was less than a 3 hr drive. Too, once you get your jollies blowing up cinderblocks etc, what do I do with it? Decided no. Don
MP 40, Thompson .45, MP-5. Oh and a Weatherby 460 magnum just in case there is a rogue elephant in the area.
Go BIG, an Abrams. Don
I think a Winchester High Wall 1885...gorgeous rifle: