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Old 11-05-2011, 07:11 PM   #51
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Beretta 92fs 9mm

Kimber ultra carry pro .45

Springfield 1911 .45

Daniel wesson CCO Bobtail .45

Daniel wesson .445 super magnum

Ar-10 .308

Bushmaster XM-15
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Old 11-05-2011, 10:23 PM   #52
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Originally Posted by gollygee View Post
You forgot one minor detail! 1911s are addictive. Odds are that you'll be looking at another 1911 before you get any of those others.
Yes, I believe I understand. However my work schedule and family have prevented my even shooting this one. Picked it up on Wednesday, work and busy this weekend, and my nearby range is closed on Mondays. I can see the addictive power of this historic platform, though. Now that I have a "genuine" Colt 1911, I'm curious about the Ruger. Clearly, a 1911 has to be made in USA, where it was invented.

Oh, and the Glock is sold. The buyer will take possession the end of this month.
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Old 11-06-2011, 04:33 PM   #53
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Assuming I was crapping $100 bills;


Savage 16 or 116 All Weather

Baby Dessert Eagle in 40, semi-compact

Springfield 1911

Barrett semi-auto 50 BMG

Ruger single actions

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I wouldn't mind having a SW Model 29 with about an 8" barrel. When it comes to long guns I would like to have an original full-auto Thompson.

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Old 11-06-2011, 06:12 PM   #55
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I just want a 45/120 nothing super fancy! I'd even be happy with a 45/70 guide gun. Also a mp5 wouldn't hurt my feelings any.

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Old 11-24-2011, 09:19 AM   #56
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I am lucky enough to have pretty much any gun I wanted---still, you could probably get me to buy a Walther P5C if one was available and could be shipped to Kalifornia.
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i would love to have another S-W Mod686 w/ 4"barrel. another SA M1A, and of course more 1911's!
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Anything that goes "bang"!
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Currently, the guns I am actively seeking are
S&W Model 27, 3.5" barrel (pinned barrel, of course), and
either a Colt Model P in .45 Colt, blue, but not sure about barrel length, or
a U. S. Firearms replica Model P as above.

Other guns on the 'if I can find them and afford' list are - in no particular order,
C96 (Broomhandle) Mauser in at least shooting condition,
Thompson-Center Contender with a selection of handgun calibers as a testing bed,
any of the guns carried by James Bond in the Fleming series (Walther PPK [not /s] in .32 ACP are demanding serious prices!) just as a collection theme,
S&W Model 58 (pinned barrel).

Just as collector guns, a Savage .32 ACP pistol - probably have to have several to cover the major variants. Several other .32 ACP pistols from the early part of the last century are also interesting as well.

Oh well. I can still get around to gun shows and gawp, if nothing else.
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