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Old 10-30-2011, 11:09 PM   #1
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Default Gigantic Modern Firearm Thread!!

This one's easy friends. Just post what your favorite firearm(s) are and what your experience is with them.

You see, we have too much political crap without any real focus on firearms. It's Firearms TALK folks....

You came here, presumably, because you wanted to talk about weapons and tactics and hunting and reloading and collecting.

You didn't come here because you LOVE controversy, you have enough drama in your real life if you are like most of the folks here.

So, here's my short list.

Nighthawk AAC with an Osprey .45 Suppressor - Just got the suppressor approved and it's awesome!
JD built AR-15 in 5.56, 18" barrel, shoot sub-moa out past 300
Mjolnir - My 7mm custom built "tactical" rig. I fear I am not allowed to devuldge how truly awesome this weapon is under the WMD act.

What you got people? What do you have an absolutely LOVE to shoot and rub in your range mates faces when you spank their ass in a good old fashion shoot off???

JD

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Got my S&W 65-2 and a MN 91/30. That's all for now. Love them both. Have determined my next will be a 1911 and the springfield is looking more and more attractive to my pocket book.

Favorite of all? M249 SAW. I've still got a callous on my pinkie from the way I hooked the pistol grip when I was in the service, and that was around 6 years ago.

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IMHO, nothing better than lining up a SD rooster while looking down the barrel of my Benelli Montefeltro 20 gauge.

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My PSL. Cheap communist iron that shoots cheap communist lead, but it's a fun way to reach out and smack the snot out of something. 7.62x54R, semi-auto. Think of a Mosin-Nagant with a stutter.

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My Mosin Nagant M91/30 and my Arisaka. My Arisaka has more sentimental value to it, because my grandfather brought it back from WWII. I shoot my Mosin much more often since the ammunition is so much cheaper and I personally love Russian firearms.

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Tough question, I like them all but here goes..............

Rimfire - Browning Buckmark 7 3/8" barrel with Bushnell 2-6 scope, really pi$$es
my son off when I outshoot his Henry .22 rifle!

Semi-auto pistol - My Sig Equinox .40. I can actually hit the target with it!

Revolver - Ruger Blackhawk .45 colt. Extremely accurate and infinite reloading
possibilities with the cartridge.

Rifle - Rem 700 CDL, 7mm mag. bedded by stalkingbear, Nikon Monarch scope,
reaches out and touches things.........very hard!

Semi -auto rifle - All my AR-15s of course!

Shotgun - Still shooting my dad's SBS 12 ga. Stevens 311, high bird kill count
on this gun, and I hope to continue it's tally before giving it to a
worthy son or grandson!

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My Mosin Nagant M91/30 and my Arisaka. My Arisaka has more sentimental value to it, because my grandfather brought it back from WWII. I shoot my Mosin much more often since the ammunition is so much cheaper and I personally love Russian firearms.
Woah! You have an original, battlefield Ariska? Can you post some pics in the Bunker or something for the rest of us to drool at? *much respect*

Very cool!

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Yes sir. I believe it's a Type 38. I have the original bayonet, sheath, a boat load of original ammunition for it, and a Samurai Sword my grandfather brought back from WWII that I believe he took from an officer or something to that effect.

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Let's get some pictures rolling up in here. You know, for weapons you "lost in the boating accident".

Here is a Taurus 1911 I bought used and rebuilt for a friend. A local to the forum here, code name "sunuY", has test fired this weapon and it performed wonderfully.

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Yes sir. I believe it's a Type 38. I have the original bayonet, sheath, a boat load of original ammunition for it, and a Samurai Sword my grandfather brought back from WWII that I believe he took from an officer or something to that effect.
Wow! That is a hell of inherited set! You are most lucky. Don't go shooting that barrel out, it needs to be loved and maintained in original form.

Congrats!

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