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Old 01-12-2014, 06:40 PM   #61
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I'd be thrilled to get a WWII production Garand and a Tula M91 Mosin with Finnish SA capture marks and/or WWI German or Austrian capture marks. More hopefuls include a Swiss K31, a Spanish Star B in 9mm or a Ballester Molina in .45ACP, and my reloading setup completely up and running along with casting my own bullets.
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I'm now thinking about getting a ruger sr1911
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[QUOTE=trip286;1480163]The new Remington ..R 51....
Me too... after the first 9 months, that it is out.
Enough time to get the bugs out ??
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The new Remington ......
Me too... after the first 9 months, that it is out.
Enough time to get the bugs out ??
from what i saw on the video about the R51, they are looking for about mid February in bringing on the market. i figure the first few months are going to be difficult in geting one unless you just happen to get lucky.

a few years ago when Marlin brought out the new Varmint Hunter of the X7 series, it took me three months for mine to come in when we ordered it.
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When Remington got back into the 1911 market it was a have to have and the more I find out about the R51 the more I like it. Also would like to pick up a small 357 pocket gun. Will probably be a Ruger.
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Chiappa .357 rhino hopefully. But they are soooo expensive!
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I was thinking about getting a 22-250 non bull barrel . I don't know if I want a Ruger, or Savage, yet.
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Ruger American or browning xbolt. Ruger in 308 or the browning if I want to break the bank in 7mm rem mag
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I'm going to get a marlin 444 and hopefully a remington r1s 1911 or a colt 1911. Still very up in the air about what 1911.
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I'm going to dream about getting the "Civi. Version.....Kriss V. .45ACP ".
1500 at top retail....lol. Maybe 1150 or even 1200 dollars is my comfort zone.
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