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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by HiTechRedneck, Nov 20, 2008.
Bren gun was a Czech design
I'd like a plasma rifle in the 40kw range
Below is my carry piece. Simple, Steel, .40
Fired a few 303's in my time and that is a purty picture
My favorites are based on familiarity bred over many years of use.
Although maybe not the best, having carried it (M9) for going on...um...over 20 years now, it feels comfortable and just right. The PT was cheaper and it's just as reliable.
On my list, real soon, something like this.
Again, because I know it inside and out.
What did you expect?
I sent him the link to that page. He's already got an AR.
Hes really grumbling now
He did say he's gonna tape a spork to his PS90 and call it a bayonet!
yes it's ported
no I haven't had problems with night vision
fun gun --Ruger MkIII 678 Gov't Target
another little buddy - S&W 36LS - about to be reblued
I really love this little revolver. A lot of fun with wad cutters.
tactical tupperware: First gen G17 ... also my IDPA fun gun
not in the fashion show - Winchester Defender 12ga
You've got classy taste in rifles.
A few of my current nice ones I love.
Smith & Wesson MP .40 Compact
Zastava M76 - 8mm
If gas prices stay down for a while I might be able to afford a Wilson, perhaps a Tactical Supergrade in .45 ACP...
Though I'm not picky, nearly any Wilson 1911 would make me happy. Meanwhile I've lowered my sights (no pun intended) to one of S&W's little .357 Performance Center wheelguns. That's an 8-round...
My daily carry. I love this little gun. It did take some fluff-n-buff to get it reliable. I can pocket carry wearing shorts. I need a heavier gun for cooler weather, I am thinking about one of those M&P's with a threaded barrel end.
Yay! A gun thread.
I should be getting this 6mm Winchester Lee Navy in a few days. An extremely rare rifle. The stock needs to be restored, but not a big deal.
What I shoot the most.
My first handgun I got when I was a young man.She shoots straight and has a smooth action.Colt Python they dont make these anymore.">
The Python is a great wheel gun! There used to be a guy (Teddy Jacbson spl?) that could do the most outstanding trigger job on them, but I think he has passed away.
Whose stocks are those on the Defender? I need to find a set...
One of these days I'm going to build an Issac Haines longrifle.