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  1. #121
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    ...these are a few of my fav-or-ite things!...









    ...and my son, rippin' on the AR15 I built





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    This thread needs some lovin'. Havent posted in ages. Havent bought/built a marker in longer. Still adding to the home defense arsenal though.



    HK P30 w/ Viridian X5L (Gen 2) by Simon Rivers Photography, on Flickr

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    Here is one I have been shooting a lot recently:






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    Quote Originally Posted by going_home
    Hey Simon hows the little one ?
    Little ones are good. Running us ragged tho. Both of them are teething at the same time. So lots of and no .

    wrks: how you loving the .50?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warwitch
    wrks: how you loving the .50?
    I absolutely love it. I was told they would kick about a 12 gauge. Not even that bad. It is really comfortable to shoot.

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    i feel like i just played call of duty after seeing all these toys.

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    I like those little Khars. They are really sweet little shooters. Need the finger rest on the mag though.

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    Armscor High Standard 1911 .45ACP will be a favorite for the fact that its over $100 cheaper then any other non Armscor 1911, also the parts fit is better than most non-modified guns as they are hand assembled and fit. As well as the fact that it shoots just as well as any $1000 1911. I just got this one brand new today and put over 200rds though her without a single problem at all right out of the box and the 2 other silver mags are Wilson Combat 8rd. Another fact is it has the longer grip-frame to hold 8rds and with the fact that my palms are pretty wide so I found the Armscor/sub-brands to be alot more comfortable to hold, versus the Kimbers, Remmingtons, and Springfields that I tried since most of them are only 7rd mag wells.



    And also my Maverick HS12


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    Talking

    Ever been on a fishing trip? Seems theres a lot.

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    Im loving the socom. and the sweeper for that matter. nishe nishe.

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    My little cricket. Knowing me the way you all do you must ask. Is it really just a 22 mag.

    Only kidding. Dont know why i love this so much but out of all my guns, and I have some nice expensive ones, this is my favorite. I got it for from my grandfather when he passed. Along with some others still in OK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wetwrks
    Here is one I have been shooting a lot recently:





    should silence the 50 and register the supressor baffel as a desktop paper weight.

    then it is legal.

    lol

    nice stuff everyone.

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    Since my Dad passed I've been hitting the range more, we used to love plinking around. This is the first gun I've bought new...

    looking for new toys, you can never have to many

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    "To Hell and Back Performance!" Gotta love a sig, very nice.

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    Email me for low prices on ALL AGD Products and more. tunaman5@verizon.net
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    one of these years i'll figure this out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vintage View Post
    one of these years i'll figure this out.
    was that a joke??? IMG button, right side, upper middle


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    Very nice BTW

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    nope, no joke

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    I see your laminate stock, and raise you a Nagant!

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    i've been thinking about buying one of those.

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    Considering my handle, I guess these aren't too surprising.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 38super View Post
    STi?

    is it a 45?

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    .38 Supercomp. STI frame and slide but the gun is custom built by Dan Bedell out of NY. The other one is also STI frame and slide but built in Canada. Lock work done by me.

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    I see your Nagant and raise you a Ruger Charger


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    I see your Ruger Charger and raise you a National Postal Meter M1 Carbine

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    Quote Originally Posted by rifleman wi View Post
    I see your Ruger Charger and raise you a National Postal Meter M1 Carbine
    This is why you had better make sure you buy a CERTIFIED postal meter.

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    I will raise my 1/3 scale 1874 22 cal Gatling gun. I have been building this for almost 2 years.

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    I will go all in with my Semiauto beltfed 1919A4 with spade grips and MAG58 tripod.
    I built this 15 years ago. It's alot of fun to shoot and very expensive to feed these days.

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