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Discussion in 'General Rifle Discussion' started by IowaShooter, Jun 16, 2019.
That's one I dont have, YET!!
Most of the time a buy is not planned . Collectors plan . I accumulate
I've got all the rifles that I'll ever need. I just buy more barrels to replace the ones I shoot out.
An SKS Paratrooper...it's always a Paratrooper. PAX
Marlin Papoose, if one can be found that won't scuttle the wallet.
I'd love to get one my two Canadian Sniders shooting, but where I live, I'm required to sell one of my guns to replace it on my Firearms Certificate [FAC] with one that I already have as a Section 58 firearm [obsolete calibre] thus converting it to live-firing. I have two Canadian Sniders...this is the Québec Garrison Artillery Short rifle being shot by me when it belonged to my old pal John - he had it 'on ticket' and frequently shot it. I helped him out with a set of long-tube scope mounts from MVA and to my amazement, he gave me the rifle as a birthday present. It was, and still is, a beautiful example of its kind and has a five-groove barrel that looks like it was made yesterday.
Here's a good view -
I haven't checked prices but they are a neat little gun to have .
I really like the concept of having a PCC which I now have with my Glock 9mm and my Kel-Tec SUB 2000 in 9mm, so I am thinking of buying a Lever Action Carbine in .357/38 spl to compliment my S&W snub nose revolver. By the end of this year I will have money to buy a Lever Action Rifle but I have not made a firm decision on the caliber.
Well I had changed my mind and was thinking about picking up a PSA AKV for myself as a birthday present.
But then I turned around and dropped a grand on concert tickets. So now I'd feel guilty about buying myself another gun this year. We're doing a kitchen remodel too, so I think I'll just wait and get it next year.
After the 2020 election, if Trump wins again, there should be another series of desperation price cutting by gun manufacturers anyway.
I've got one, slam fires so frequently you'd think it fired from an open bolt
I'd like to get one of these, I have one but I'd like a lefty.
Kel-Tec Sub 2000 Gen 2 in 40 S&W as a companion to my new Sig P226.
After that, I'm tore between a Ruger Precision Rifle in .22 LR, or one of those T/C T/CR22s.
1978 Original colt AR.
msrp $899 + tax...sigh
Volquartsen Firearms msrp $1997 + taxes
I really want a 10mm carbine but the prices are making me think of possibly building an AR in 10mm...
I really like the AR platform so it will be another project to keep me busy during winter out in the "Room"....
TWW,The Sub 2k is a great little carbine,but there's a lot of stuff that needs to be changed to turn it into a fantastic gun. I bought one of the Gen 2 40 cal's a while back. The trigger pull was awful. I ended up buying almost every aftermarket part that MCARBO makes for the Sub 2k. That little $350 carbine ended up costing around $900 before I even shot it,but it was worth every penny,this thing shoots real good.
I honest too goodness dont know.
I'd like a AK 47 but I have an SKS that will do anything I need done in the rifle dept.
Maybe one day I'll think of something lol
Can't really go wrong with one of these. They just flat work and rated +P in 10mm.
Various stocks and colors available on many sights. I got 2 in 9mm and never a problem.
Need? NEED?! NEED!?
Purchased yesterday. LGS for $650 plus tax.
Never owned one before as all of the targets we trained on in the 80's were carrying these.
I was a 7.62x51 snob until 2012 and started shooting 5.56 NATO more regularly.
We will transform this WASR into a post-apocalyptic masterpiece.