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footsniper

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here are a few more of my collection :)
i love my brownings!
then there a few hand guns of mine.
 

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ZRTMWA

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Here are my babies:










































yeah right, it's obvo both are airsoft guns, and the selector switch is missing on the G18c
 

jaycey

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My Beretta 687 Silver Pigeon 3 Sporter, 30" 12g & Browning 525 28" 12g Sporter.

Beretta for clay busting, Browning for pigeon & rabbit termination.

The pair.


Beretta



Browning
 

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Mak-90 7.62x39 I have 3 - 30 round clips for this one w00t!! NOT full auto but ohh well.. 8( It also has a folding stock which i think is pretty cool. I got this from a friend a few years ago. Its an awesome gun.. My favorite for sure. I have this green module that i have just been waiting to mod on it.

Glock 21 .45 This one came with 2 - 13 round clips, Laser + pressure pad. Every month we get these gift cards for no injurys at work.. so i get a 50 box of shells for this and only pay 14 cents out of pocket. I have shot a lot of rounds through this one.

I would have to say that both of these have been the easiest guns i have ever owned to clean and maintain. I have had them both for years and never had a problem with either of them yet.
:gun:

Utah FTW!!
 

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double posted this


Tell me what you think of my new set up. I got a 500 mW 8x laser with a pressure switch for blinding zombies and a 300lumen flashlight for robbers.










 

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^^ do you leave the 8x unfocused for general target acquisition? Or is it just on there for looks?.. since it can't be zeroed. Either way, it looks bad ass!
 

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It is for blinding purposes. Mainly for zombies since they seem to be sensitive to the violet end of the spectrum. I could probably use it for short distance quick shots but I wouldnt use it for aiming in general.
 

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@GoRdOn_B:Almost my setup but everything isn't airsoft wtf???
 

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I've sold most of my collection but still have a couple left.

By far my favorite rifle is this one:



Early 70s Colt SP1 lower with an A2 Government Carbine upper (all Colt) and registered lightning link for full auto fun. This is the one that I'll never part with.

My favorite handguns are my Colt Gold Cup Trophy and my little North American Arms Black Widow:





Here's a few others that I've owned, but sold a couple of years ago:


Colt Combat Commander LW


Feather Industries AT-22


Colt Match Target competition H-BAR carbine


RPB MAC 10 Open Bolt (open bolt versions are very rare)


El cheapo Romainian AK47 (SAR1)


SKS

I've had several others too, but sold them a couple of years ago. :(
 
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I don't own any powerful guns, but I do pack around one of these:



and lots of these....



-Tyler
 

daveindelaware

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I'm from the government. All your firearms lists have been inventoried from this public internet post. Please wait for an ATF agent to come to your door and confiscate your collections....

OK, j/k... (well, partially anyway).



That's a nice gun you got there, pullbangdead! Very nice indeed!

I just have a handgun. A Springfield XD9 (9mm).
Which model? I carry the service model daily. It saved my life once. I love the XD's, and I trust mine w/ my life.

i wanna buy another mosin and do this to it.
If you're serious, please look into the firearms laws of your State/Country. Around here, that would be illegal....

Savage Arms 22LR Still amazingly accurate with thousands of rounds gone through it.
Savage is known for their accuracy right out of the box. My Mark II-F is more accurate than I am.

And check out the 40-cal XD's, too....
 

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it is illegal daveindelaware'

oh and XDm FTW :)
 

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From top to bottom:
1) Custom Ithica over-n-under 12Ga (I used to shoot competitively once a week PBD)
2) Brazilian made side-by-side .410Ga (Try shooting trap with this one ;) )
3) Custom .308 Norma Mag - Higgins barrel - Mauser action bored for the Norma
4) Remington 700 - 22.250 heavy barreled varmint special
5) Marlin 1894 Carbine -- .357 lever action saddle gun
6) Personally built .22LR -- made with a classic Stevens rolling block action
7) Rossi pump action .22LR
8) Davis .380 "pocket" gun
9) Ruger Stainless Steel .357 Security-Six W/ custom grips

You should have seen my gun safe when I was young and still crazy :whistle:

Peace (through superior firepower ;) ),
dave
 
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From top to bottom:
1) Custom Ithica over-n-under 12Ga (I used to shoot competitively once a week PBD)
Sweet, what type of shooting did you do?

I personally love sporting clays. I don't have the attention span for trap and skeet. With the monotony, my mind starts wandering or I start playing around with it trying to hit stuff faster or farther or whatever to stay interested. With sporting clays, a new challenge every station keeps my attention and keeps me much more interested.

I also really like the Security Six. My dad had one (black with stock grip, those wood grips look really nice there on yours) with a couple of quick-loaders as the home defense option in his house.


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Next up for me, my other shotgun. I only have 2 guns with me in California, my others are back home in North Carolina with my dad.

So the other gun I have with me is also a Beretta, this one a semi-auto. It's a 390 Gold Sporting 12 ga. with 30 inch barrel, and it is the silver-sided version. This gun has been as customized as it can be, though: Extended length of pull with kickeez recoil pad (the cheaper option for a big guy like me, as opposed to the full custom stock on my other gun), full action disassemble/polish for smoothness, a full trigger rework for length and weight of pull, quick-close switch installed, barrel back-bored to .735, lengthened forcing cones to 5 inches, gas ports expanded, barrel ported, and the chokes re-cut/threaded for longer Seminole SG2 chokes custom-made for the .735 bore.

I don't actually have any photos of this gun, so here is a photo of the exact same model from another site:





My other guns at home, hopefully I may be able to get the Kimber out here this year to play around with. All photos here are stock photos of the same models:

1) My previous shotgun, a Ruger Red Label 12ga. O/U with 28inch barrels. Won a youth national championship with this shotgun.



My first shotgun was actually a Remington 1100, and I sold it when I got the Ruger. Couldn't bear to part with the Ruger when I got the Beretta 390, and couldn't part with either of those when I got the Beretta 682. In many, many moons, when I am older and rich, I will one day have an SO-grade Beretta O/U.

2) Remington 541-T .22LR rifle. First rifle, fun little thing to shoot with peep sights.



3) Kimber HS .22LR. Helluva cool gun. Kimber's .22s come with a grouping card from the factory, showing how the rifle groups from a vice. My gun's card had a 10 shot .24-inch group at 50 yards from a vice. Expensive for a .22, but awesome. I won a youth national championship in paper targets with this gun.



4) Ruger 77 .243 All-Weather (all stainless and composite). Light little thing will beat you up. Had to put a new Timney trigger in it because it was so bad from the factory, but it's EXCELLENT now. Zero creep, adjustable weight, perfect trigger. Killed my first deer with it.

 
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