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Old 10-21-2009, 04:51 PM   #11
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You did see that this thread was nearly a year old right???
No, I didn't. I guess that makes me the donkey of the day.
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Old 10-22-2009, 04:33 AM   #12
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I'll bray in as well. I don't have an aversion to old threads.

I'm pretty well set with the guns that I wanted. But there are a couple that I have either never pulled the trigger on(sorry), or sold and want back.

A Sig P210. They are old school cool and shoot better than anyone could ever ask for. Would have made a great .45.

A clean Bolo Mauser C96. Had a few, but none are left.

A Singer 1911A1. I had a chance to pick one up about 15 years ago very cheap from the guy who brought it home from WW2. He wanted $400 for it (with the belt, holster, mag pouch, spare mags and a Mk2 knife), but integrity interfered. It made me happier to watch his eyes light up as I told him what it was actually worth (Blue Book was $5,000 at the time. Just a BIT more now). But I still want one.

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Old 10-22-2009, 04:56 AM   #13
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Personally, mine were all lost when a roof leak poured water into my gun cabinet while I was on a two week cruise. I'm still grieving the loss of my fire arms.

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My wish list:

1. A Dan Wesson CBOB to replace the one I had to sell
2. A 6.5" S&W Model 629 to replace the one I had to sell
3. A S&W Model 29 Mountain Gun to replace the one I had to sell
4. An S.A. 9mm EMP to replace the one I had to sell
5. A Colt 1907

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Dave, this time I agree with Rock. I think this is a thread that IMHO, should stay open, plus its one I had missed and would like to contribute.

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..........^ Korth Combat revolver, 357 magnum caliber

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..........^ Mateba Model 6 Unica auto-revolver in .454Casull caliber

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..........^ Mateba Model 6 Unica auto-revolver in .44-Remington Magnum

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..........^ Ted Yost Signature Grade Hi-Power SRT Conversion

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Old 10-24-2009, 01:22 PM   #16
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Never saw this thread.

Had to mess with you guys...


Don't have a revolver...yet.


Always wanted a Garand

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Never saw this thread
I've wanted a Colt 10mm Delta Elite in SS since I was a kid

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460 smith for hunting

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Freedom Arms 454 Casull for hunting

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A gold Deagle .50 for when I freestyle rap at da club----$$BLING$$

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Gate, after seeing your list, I may heve to look into a BFR in 45/70.

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Would that be the Big Freakin Revolver?
The only large revolver I ever owned was a taurus 8 3/8" 44 Mag. Had to sell.
I have been thinking seriously about the 460 for deer/bear hunting.
The FA Casull is probly a little out of my price range but I hear they are nice.
Have shot a budies Raging Bull 454 casull, It kicks but is not terribly violent.... But a 45-70. You shoot it, I'll Hide and watch

The Deagle point five-oh was a joke, by the way, but I'll take it if someone wants to give it to me!

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I knew you weren't a rapper.

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