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Old 09-24-2013, 06:51 PM   #1441
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Texaswoodworker, looks like you need a C&R! Nice list man, I notice you had an 1897. I would love a real trench gun. There was a thread here about them and a guy in the know said they run around $4,000-5000. Wow, I don't think I'll have one any time soon.
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I'd love to have an actual trench gun too, but like you said the prices are way up there. IIRC, Norinco make a pretty nice looking replica of one. I'll see if I can find the pic.
Found it.

Did a quick price check. They seem to go from $350-$550.




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Looks good, but I want the real McCoy or none. I've heard about the Ithaca 37(I think) that is similar and can slam fire as well.

You might be a gun nut if...

You use tupperware to keep ammo fresh instead of food

You have more bore snakes than there are days in a week

Your cleaning kit has out grown three progressively larger tackle boxes and now you are considering large tool boxes

Even though you don't own an M2 or Mk19 you still want the bore snakes and jags for both

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This is pretty much it.

It doesn't list any of the custom builds I want to do though (I'm planing on a custom 6.5mm bolt action, and a few ARs ).

AK-47/AKM - 7.62x39mm
AK-74 - 5.45x39mm
Lee Enfield SMLE - .303 Brit
Lee Enfield Jungle Carbine - .303 Brit
M1 Garand - 30-06 Springfield
M1 Carbine - .30 Carbine
Citadel M1 Carbine - .22 LR
FN FAL - .308 Win
Mauser K98 - 8mm Mauser
Steyr AUG - 5.56x45mm
1903 Springfield - 30-06 Springfield
M1A - .308 Win
Yugo SKS - 7.62x39mm
MAS M36 - 7.5×54mm French
MAS M49/56 - 7.5×54mm French
Arisaka Type 38 - 6.5 Jap
Arisaka Type 99 - 7.7 Jap
Colt M1902 - .38 ACP
Colt M1903 - .32 ACP
Colt M1908 - .380 ACP
H&R Top Break - .32 S&W Short
Winchester M1897 - 12 GA
Mosin Nagant M44 - 7.62X54R
Colt Detective Special - .38 Special
Turkish Mauser - 8mm Mauser
Spanish Mauser - 7x57mm Mauser
Argentine M1909 Mauser - 7.65x53mm Argentine
Argentine M1891 Mauser - 7.65x53mm Argentine
Sig P210 - 9mm
Ruger Vaquero - .45 Colt
Ruger Vaquero - .44-40
Ruger Vaquero - .357 Mag
Ruger Blackhawk - .44 Mag
Winchester Model 60 - .22 LR
Uberti M1873 - .45 Colt
Uberti M1866 - .45 Colt
Uberti M1873 - .357 Mag
Stevens 311 - 12 GA
Marlin M1895C – 45-70
FN M1900 - .32 ACP
Browning Hi-Power - 9mm
Browning Auto 5 - 12 Ga
Browning Auto 5 - 16 GA
Colt Official Police - .38 Special
S&W M1917 - .45 ACP/.45 Auto Rim
S&W Model 10 - .38 Special
S&W Model 29 - .44 Mag
S&W Model 19 - .357 Mag
S&W Model 57 - .41 Mag
Ruger Blackhawk - .327 Fed Mag
Walther PP - .380 ACP
CZ-75 – 9mm
CZ-52 – 7.62x25mm Tokarev
CZ-82 – 9x18mm Makarov
Ruger Mark III - .22 LR
Sauer 38H - .32 ACP
Winchester Model 70 - .33 Win Mag
Winchester Model 12 – 12 GA
Remington Model 1100 – 12 GA
Winchester Model 94 - .30-30
Remington 870 – 12 GA
Remington 870 - .410
Mossberg 500 – 16 GA
Mossberg 500 – 20 GA
Browning Superpose – 12 GA
Ruger Mini 14 – 5.56x45mm
Ruger Mini 30 – 7.62x39mm
Ruger 10/22 - .22 LR
Desert Eagle - .44 Mag
S&W Model 500 - .500 Mag
S&W Triple Lock - .44 Special
Savage Model 110 - .243 Win
Marlin Model 336 - .35 Rem
Marlin Model 39A - .22 LR
Ruger Single Six - .22 LR
Ruger Security Six - .357 Mag
Ruger No. 1 - 9.3×74mmR
Savage Model 99 - .303 Savage
Winchester Model 71 - .348 Win
Winchester Model 21 – 12 GA
CZ-97 - .45 ACP
Ruger SR9 - 9mm
Ruger SR40 - .40 S&W
Ruger 1911 – .45 ACP
Romanian PSL – 7.62x54R
Winchester Model 1895 – 7.62x54R
Winchester Model 1895 - .30-40 Krag
Remington Model 7 - .223
Uberti Colt 1860 Army - .44
Uberti Colt 1851 Navy - .36
Uberit Colt Walker - .44
Uberti Remington 1875 - .45 Colt
Kentucky Long Rifle (reproduction) - .50
Enfield 1853 (reproduction) - .58
Springfield 1861 (reproduction) - .58
Stoeger Coach Gun Supreme – 12 GA
Stoeger Uplander – 12 GA
Stoeger Condor – 12 GA
S&W M&P – 40 S&W
Saiga 12 – 12 GA
Walther P-38 - 9mm
Winchester Model 1886 - .45-70
Browning Citori – 12 GA
P-83 Wanad – 9x18mm Makarov
P-64 – 9x18mm Makarov
TT-33 – 7.62x25mm Tokarev
Star BM - 9mm
Lee Enfield #3 - .303 Brit
Lee Enfield MK IV - .303 Brit
Lee Enfield L42 – 7.62x51mm
Lee Enfield # 4 MK I - .303 Brit
Carcano Model 1891/38 – 6.5 Carcano
Yugo Mauser M48 – 8mm Mauser
Yugo Mauser M24/47 – 8mm Mauser
Chilean Mauser M1895 – 7x57mm Mauser
Swedish Mauser M38 – 6.5x55mm Swede
Swiss K31 – 7.5x55mm Swiss
Schmidt Rubin M1911 – 7.5x55mm Swiss
VZ-52 – 7.62x45mm
Hakim – 8mm Mauser
Rasheed – 7.62x39mm
FN-49 – 8mm Mauser
VZ-58 – 7.62x39mm
Enfield #4 MK II - .303 Brit
SVT-40 – 7.62x54R
Krag Jorgensen - .30-40 Krag
Ruger 22/45 - .22 LR
Ruger M77 African - .338 Win Mag
Browning Model 1910 - .380 ACP
M1917 Eddystone Enfield – 30-06 Springfield
Colt New Service - .45 Colt
Yugo M57 Tokarev – 7.62x25mm Tokarev
S&W Model 1905 - .32-20
Enfield No. 2 - .38 S&W
Webley Mark VI - .455 Webley
Remington Model SP-10 – 10 GA
Remington Model 700 – 7mm Rem Mag
Remington Model 700 - .350 Rem Mag
Rock Island 1911 – 10mm
Henry - .22 LR
American Classic Commander 1911 – .45 ACP
Colt Gold Cup – 45 ACP
Colt 1911 – 460 Rowland
Rock Island 1911 – 9mm
STI 1911 – 45 ACP
Colt 1911 – 38 Super
Star Model A – 9mm Largo
CZ-70 - .32 ACP
Walther P1 – 9mm
GLOCK 22 – 40 S&W
PPS-43C Short Barreled Rifle Conversion – 7.62x25mm Tokarev
M1886 Lebel – 8x50R Lebel
Berthier - 8x50R, or 7.5x54mm French
VZ-24 – 8mm Mauser
Mexican M1910 Mauser – 7x57mm Mauser
VZ-24 – 7.65x53mm Argentine
Spanish Destroyer Carbine – 9mm Largo
Brazilian 1908 Mauser – 7x57mm Mauser
M95 Steyr Manlicher Rifle – 8x56R
Marlin X7VH - .308 Win
Marlin X7VH - .22-250 Rem
Winchester Model 70 – .458 Win Mag
Marlin X7 – 7mm-08
Savage Model 14 - .250-3000 Savage
Uberti 1885 High Wall - .45-120
Springfield Trap Door - .45-70
Heritage Rough Rider - .22 LR
Ruger Police Service Six - .357 Mag
Springfield Armory XD - 9mm
Springfield Armory XD – .45 ACP
GLOCK G19 – 9mm
Persian M98/29 Mauser – 8mm Mauser
Browning FN M1922 - .32 ACP
Marlin 444 - .444 Marlin
Ruger M77 Alaskan - .375 Ruger
Remington Mosin Nagant – 7.62x54R
Mosin Nagant 98/30 – 7.62x54R
Mosin Nagant 91/30 Sniper – 7.62x54R
Siamese M1903 Mauser – 8x52R Siamese
Italian M1870/87/16 Vetteili-Vitali – 6.5 Carcano
Auto Ordinance M1SB Thompson - .45 ACP
Stevens Model 124 – 12 GA
Remington Model 11 – 12 GA
Winchester Model 1911 – 12 GA
EAA Witness – 9mm
Bersa Thunder 40 Pro – .40 S&W
GLOCK G20 – 10mm
Beretta 92FS – 9mm
Sig P220 - .45 ACP
Sig P229 - .357 Sig
Beretta 92A - .40 S&W
Les Baer 1911 – .45 ACP
High Standard Supermatic Citation - .22 LR
Nambu Type 14 – 7x20 Nambu
Mauser C96 – 7.62x23mm Mauser
Swedish M1887 Nagant – 7.5mm
Romanian M69 Trainer - .22 LR
CZ 455 Varmint - .17 HMR
Ruger M77 - .22 Hornet
Taurus Raging Bull - .454 Casull
Savage Bmag - .17 Win Super Mag
Winchester Model 1887 - 12 GA
One hell of a list there sir. Reminded me of a few I forget to add to my list

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Found it.

Did a quick price check. They seem to go from $350-$550.
Can the replicas pump fire like the originals?
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I have an 1887 Winchester but the barrel is wasted. Keeping my eye peeled for a replacement. Saw a few others I have too. Nice list though, gives me something to think about.

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Some list that is!!!

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Can the replicas pump fire like the originals?
I think you can slam fire them like the originals.

Just checked, saw a video of someone slam firing a Norinco trench gun.
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I think you can slam fire them like the originals.

Just checked, saw a video of someone slam firing a Norinco trench gun.
I must have one
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I must have one
Check out gunbroker, armslist, or any other gun auction site then. Like I said, the prices I found ranged from $350-$500. I'd try to find one closer to the $350-$400 range if I could. The $500 one seemed a bit high.
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Check out gunbroker, armslist, or any other gun auction site then. Like I said, the prices I found ranged from $350-$500. I'd try to find one closer to the $350-$400 range if I could. The $500 one seemed a bit high.
My lgs does a lot of buying and selling on gb and I go there every weekend so maybe I'll check and see if they can get me one
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You have your wife convinced you need to buy a 64 or larger gun safe. When you see a 48 gun safe, she says no, you should just get the bigger one. Two years ago she didn't want a lot of guns in our house. Perfection.
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