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Old 01-03-2011, 11:52 PM   #11
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Shihan, what is it with you and Sigmas? They really aren't the greatest thing since sliced bread, you know that right?
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From what I hear, they don't like you much either.
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I have two. Number one is my grandfathers 1890 Winchester Hex Barreled 22 Short Only that his father bought him when he was 12 years old. And my grandfather's Fox 20ga. Sterlingworth Double Barreled Full and Full Shotgun he gave me. After I graduated from the H&R Single Barrel I hunted with the Sterlingworth when I was young.

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The Browning semi-auto .22LR that my Dad bought in 1948 and handed down to me.

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There were no guns in my family to pass down to me. So it would have to be my fifty two year old 1927 Sistema Colt. I bought it as a project and brought it back from the dead.

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My post war Marlin 39A Golden Mountie Carbine. My stepfather bought it when he came home from WW2 and I used it as often as possible when growing up.

He gave it to me about 5 years ago and it holds a place of honor in my heart and my safe.

After that my stock 1932 Colt Commercial Gov't Model. The fit and finish of that pistol is not matched today by anyone making 1911's.

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An old banged up Triumph 12 ga...It was my Dad's

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Beautiful transformation on that gun, CA357!!

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