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Old 01-16-2012, 12:11 AM   #21
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Rifle---Winchester Model 190 22lr semi auto rifle---had it since I was 4
Shotgun---NEF single shot 410 w/recently added fiber optic sight---Christmas present when I was 9
Handgun---Bersa Thunder 380---has all the features I like and it's as reliable and accurate as my Kahr

First two in the list are sentimental and will be handed to my children one day

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Old 01-16-2012, 03:59 AM   #22
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Winchester model 12 that was my grandfathers gun. First gun I ever hunted with.

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Marlin lever action 30-30. The rifle that was given to me as my 12th birthday present to go on my first hunt. Also, the rifle that my son will use on his first hunt.

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PT 1911 Cuz it works for me every time!

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Limited experience but love the Smith & Wesson M&P .40

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PT 1911 Cuz it works for me every time!
Thats a beautiful weapon

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Limited experience but love the Smith & Wesson M&P .40
And its a fine gun to love. I like it quite a bit, the only thing I don't like is the little tool that stores in the grip required for take down on the ones equipped with a mag drop safety. I'd have no problem with getting a newer one without that feature if the storage part had a simple plug without the tool and I could throw something like a spare brush and tiny bottle of oil in it.

Hmm... if a brush and tiny oil bottle could fit in there WITH the little tool... Dammit, I don't need any more distractions from getting a 1911!!!
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Don't get mad at me guys, it's not in my "collection" anymore, but I have to post it... It's not good to carry, it's HUMONGOUS in size, I give you, the Desert Eagle in .44 Magnum. I loved it because it was FUN, it was a .44 mag. automatic, and the fact someone actually put the rotating bolt action into a pistol. I'll have another after I buy a Glock 30, and finish my .308 AR rifle, Safety first you know. (as "ain't no sunshine when she's gone" plays on some chick flik in the background)

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I love the sagia 12 , with a few mods it's a tactical bad a** 20 rounds of awesome. But for a pistol I enjoy my glock 23.

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This definitely my absolute favorite gun. Why? Because it was passed down to me from my father and because it is 120 years old.

Winchester Model 1873 .38-40 1891 vintage






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