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Old 01-31-2011, 10:14 PM   #11
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45-70 Guide Gun. The Texas white tails can be easily taken with a .223, almost all the black bears are gone, but I just like tossing a 340 gr hard cast bullet at 2100 fps. You never know when a telephone pole will get in the way of your target.
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Old 01-31-2011, 10:26 PM   #12
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Mine would probably be the Sig p220 sport I own . I would love to carry it and still might but it's all steel and thicker than a 1911 . I have to find the right holster for it.
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Old 01-31-2011, 10:28 PM   #13
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My childhood .22 bolt gun and childhood .410 shotty are too small for me to properly shoulder, now; i guess that is my most "impractical" firearms. OK, well there is the single shot BP pistol, but if smokeless powder runs out, that could become my favorite.
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Single shot .410, not really practical for much other than personal challenges hunting. I have a collection of break action shot guns in 12g, both single and double barreled. They can pretty much do anything the .410 with a lot more energy.

I'd never sell it, for some odd reason we are attached.
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Old 02-01-2011, 02:40 AM   #15
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I would say mine would be my FN 5.7. I really like this little gun, and I shoot it every so often, but since I have a light mounted on it, I haven't really found any holsters that I like that I would actually carry this thing.
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Mine would be a daisy red ryder! Bought just to mess around with in the back yard
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Old 02-06-2011, 06:36 PM   #17
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3 different 9MM (Beretta, Browning, Glock) 4 different .45s (3 Colts and one Sig P220 from 1995!), and last but not least a SW Model 19 .38spl/.357 Texas Ranger commemorative. The most useless gun I own is the Sig P229 in .40 that I was looking at the other day but have not bought it yet. Do I really need another caliber???
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Not really mine, I'm keeping it for my son, an FÉG PMK-380. It's uncomfortable to shoot and uses a marginally effective, expensive round. Cute little bugger, though.
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