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Old 01-11-2012, 01:04 AM   #1
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Here are the rules: List your top 5 dream firearms that are 1)- attainable/legal with or without NFA stamp. 2)-real. As in not the "from whatever scifi movie" gun.

I'm curious to see what if any overlap there is. maybe we can come up with a #1 most sought after firearm or at least a rough list.

If I win the lottery I'll buy everyone who replies the cheapest one on their list

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The Devil's Shotgun (pedersen collection in the NRA museum)
Colt GCT NM, the newest one that's just come out
Smith and Wesson model 29, 4"
An original Colt Walker
MY M249 SAW. The one issued to me that I carried in the Marine Corps.

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1. barret .50 bmg
2. m1 garand
3. colt python .357
4. medusa model 47
5. desert eagle SS

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Barrett Model 82A1 .50 BMG
Early Springfield M1 Garand
Origional Colt 1911 (one of the first few hundred made)
Colt 1873 SAA (made in 1873)
M2 Browning .50 BMG

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AR-10T, current production.
A five foot long Kentucky rifle reproduction, .50 caliber would be fine.
A stainless Colt Delta Elite 10mm 1911.
A Ruger Redhawk (not the super) with a full underlug (if available) and custom squishy grips made to resemble those of the GP100 with the rosewood inset.
A Ruger Old Army, stainless with the 7 1/2" barrel, fixed sights, and a spare cylinder, preferably pre-billboard.

Or maybe even a Bersa Thunder .380 in that lovely flat nickel finish BUT customized to shoot 9mm Makarov. The heart wants what the heart wants.

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I agree with jjfuller's first two, always wanted both.

1. Barrett .50 BMG
2. M1 Garand
3. Thompson .45 cal SMG
4. AA-12 automatic shotgun
5. H&K G36

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1. Russian Dragunov SVD
2. IHC M1 Garand
3. Military Colt 1911 (A REAL one!)
4. Mateba Model 6 Unica
5. Mexican Mondragon

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1. barret .50 bmg
2. m1 garand
3. colt python .357
4. 45 70 rifle. the one from the quigley movie
5. desert eagle SS
The rifle from quigley is a 45/110.

God didnt make all men equal colonel sam colt did
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The rifle from quigley is a 45/110.

God didnt make all men equal colonel sam colt did
I thought that it was a 45/70 too?
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I thought that it was a 45/70 too?
I think it was a 45-110. Not too sure though.
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