Discussion in 'Guns & Shooting' started by BF4L, Jan 29, 2013.
Some of the collection: Henry Golden Boy .22lr, Henry Classic Lever Action .22lr, two Marlin Model 1894’s .44 magnums and two Heritage Rough Rider .22’s.
An old Rossi .38 Special Model 68, built on the Smith & Wesson tooling:
Cheistmas present to myself.
Damn!! Nice. You can't hide money.
Picked this up for the wife today. RM380 for $249, with a $100 mail in rebate.
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heres a few of my guns…i need to buy about 40,000 gun safes.
Still in the build process and the handguard is only slipped on in this picture, but my first AR build is coming together.
Got a pair of budget back up sights coming next week, but she's basically done. Really happy with how it all came together and a few of the deals I found on some of the more expensive parts.
Fully built upper was a $200 Black Friday online snag and I got the $190 msrp handguard from a random gun shop employee for $80 and it's like new.
The media made me finally join the NRA and go buy a Colt M4 carbine.
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Top one is a 10 year old Henry. The bottom one is a new Winchester 1866.
I’ve been on a gun buying spree lately. I picked up this Uberti 22 from a pawn shop today.
Nice quality revolver.
Got into black powder this year. This is my 1763 French Flintlock pistol, 9-inch barrel, .69 cal., reproduction. Need more practice at the range. Vive La France!
I'd love to surprise a house burglar with this gun.
My .357 Mag Henry All-weather.
It’s amazing how much disposable income you have when you no longer have a wife, lol. It’s a good thing!!!!
Picked up these 2 Colt 22’s from my local Cabela’s.
My P320. Just wanted to be a contributing member.
My 13 yr old sons marlin model 60 and Remington 870 Express. Hard to go wrong with the classics.
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