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Old 12-25-2013, 05:54 PM   #21
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Of all that I have! The one little gun I enjoy shooting the best is my Marlin 917-V 17HMR. It is fast, very accurate and not expensive to shoot.

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Old 12-25-2013, 06:20 PM   #22
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Savage 93 in 22 MAG.

Weatherby Vanguard in 300 WBY Magnum

Believe it or not, the 410 that I bought my son when he was 6. It weighs 4.25 pounds, and I love it! (I'm 6'-1", 205 pounds). Although I wouldn't trade the 12 gauge Super Black Eagle II for the duck blind......

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Old 12-26-2013, 02:47 AM   #23
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I love shooting my M1 Garands the most out of all my guns.

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Savage 93 R17 BTVS in .17 HMR

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Old 12-26-2013, 04:20 AM   #25
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The ones that go bang!
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For #2's and giggles, it's hard to beat a 12 gauge. I have an 870, but any 12 gauge is better than no 12 gauge for Saturday afternoons. Buckshot, birdshot, slugs… whatever… It has some recoil to it, it's manually operated, and it obliterates whatever it hits. What could be more fun than that?

As handguns go, a good .357 revolver is also a hoot. My wife and son didn't want to shoot .22's when I first introduced them to shooting because they weren't "real guns", according to them, but they really enjoyed shooting .38's out of a .357.

For economy, if such a thing is possible in shooting these days and if you can find ammo for them, .22LR bolt rifles are also fun.
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Class III, PPSh 41 and MG 34 and 42. Non Class III, AIAW folder and TRG 22.
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Class III, PPSh 41 and MG 34 and 42. Non Class III, AIAW folder and TRG 22.
Oh man! I'd love to get some trigger time on an MG-42!!!!!
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dollar for dollar, my 22's are my most fun to shoot, simply because of the cost involved.

i enjoy shooting all of mine, but some of the shotguns are good stress relievers!
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