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Old 10-13-2011, 02:28 AM   #1
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Default Been thinning out my collection...

I'm down to these pieces...

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Old 10-13-2011, 03:20 AM   #2
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Nice collection.

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most of those are older guns. From 1977 to 1998. I try and find mint condition firearms and buy them right!

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How about a run down of what you've got there. All are very nice looking guns.

What have you parted with to get down to those?

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And that's thinned down? Nice collection!

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How about a run down of what you've got there. All are very nice looking guns.

What have you parted with to get down to those?
I agree here. As someone who is trying to learn, I'd like to know what these guns are. They are good looking!!!
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Very nice collection. Thanks for sharing.

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Default in order from top to bottom...

- Remington 1100 12ga skeet gun (1977)
- Browning Special Skeet 12ga (1985)
- Browning BPS 20ga Micro (2001)
- Browning B325 12ga Sporting Clays (1993)
- Weatherby/SKB Orion Classic III 20ga (1998)
- Browning Lightning Sporting Clays 12ga (1996)

and a few more in the other safe...

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Pretty!

I thought the Weatherby was a Ruger Red Label.

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now that you mention it, sorta' looks like one...

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