Your 3 dream guns?
If you could own any firearm you liked, and cost and availability and rarity were not a problem, what three would you choose? (I intended to say what ONE, then realized that that would be impossible. Three will be hard enough.)
If you're lucky enough to already own one or more, that's cool.
Prewar Colt Model P, 4-3/4" barrel, 45 LC, mint
9mm Artillery Luger w/shoulder stock
Easiest: Glock 36
Bushmaster .50 cal (love that gun)
Anzio 20mm mag-fed , suppressed rifle " not sure where Im gonna come up with the $16,400 for it w/ tax stamp of course :D , Barrett 50 BMG, and SCAR 17S SBR 12.5"
Here is their 20mm next to their .50 BMG
and the rounds .223 , .338, .50 BMG , and 20 MM
Kimber Super Carry Pro
Not too ambitious, but not too bad...:D
Colt Gold Cup
Well this is the handgun section, so on that assumption:
I've already got 'em!
and sometimes, folks, the reality is even better than the dream...
I'm pretty sure the (3) dream guns are supposed to be pistols, unless this was posted in the wrong section. :confused:
I pretty much have my "available" dream gun(s) in my 1911 "collection" (Cane even secretly wants to shoot my collection, so don't knock it :D)
Outside of that....
I'd love to have THE pistol that was custom built for Wyatt Earp from the citizens of Dodge City.
I'd love to have Wild Bill Hickok's famous pistol that was used on several "opponents".
And no truly epic collection would be complete without THE Ultimate 1911 that was custom built for John Dillinger. The weapon is in the FBI historical museum and is listed as "the modified Colt government model M1911A1 pistol in caliber .38 Super. It has been modified to use a Colt Thompson vertical foregrip, extended box magazine, and fired fully automatic"
The weapon didn't perform as well as it looks I am afraid. At one point Dillinger was quoted as saying some very prophetic words.
Dan Wesson Razorback (10mm. Not sure if they come in other calibers)
I'll take a DPMS NATO REPR
Good question. I had to think for a minute. I may be able to own all of them someday with the exception of the AAC 12
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