Any gun collectors?

NyteStryker

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My dad dad has a few.



1 - AK47
1 - M38
1 - Glock model 22
1 - Dan Wesson .357
1 - .44 Mag scoped
1 - .270
1 - .243
1 - Sub-2000 40 S&W


That's about all I can think of off the top of my head.
 

blsnelling

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Custom built AR15 .223
Sako L597 bull-barreled .243
Custom Italian Verona O/U 12GA
Thompson Center Omega SS .50
Remington 1187 12Ga
Custom stainless Ruger 10/22
Custom bob-tailed Springfield Champion 1911 .45
Kimber Solo 9mm
Sig P238 .380
Ruger Mark II Slabside Target .22
 
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Specter29

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Custom built AR10 SASS
Custom built AR15
Winchester model 70 Super Shadow 338 Win Mag
Remington 7600 30-06
Customized Browning 12 GA Goldhunter
Customized Remington 12 GA 870
Ruger 10/22
Customized Taurus 1911 45 ACP
Taurus LCp 380
Customized Springfield XDM 9mm
 

Troy G

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Was into shooting before we had our first child 2.5 years ago:

All my rifles are customs
1000yard heavy gun smithed by Dave Tooley on a BAT 10" action
1000 yard light gun built by Leonard Baity on a BAT 1.47M action
.22lr Hunter Silhouette smithed by Mark Pharr 54:18 Annie action
HP Hunter Silhouette Rem 700 Smithed by Ted Gaillard and worked over by Marvin Pearson in Robertson Composites stock.
HP Standard Rem 700 in Pharr stock with barrels in 6.5 TKS and 7TKS and Pearson mounting hardware.
Other various custom long range hunting rifles and varmint rifles.

I get out once and awhile to call some coyotes in the winter and shoot some gophers in the spring and summer. Never was much into big game hunting. Still like to shoot a deer on occasion and make sausage.
 

Troy G

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I like it :D I could pack some up for you, put it on ice and send it down.
 

weimedog

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Really enjoy shooting, don't have very many guns though, but the ones I have get used. I have 5 rifles and a shot gun. Mostly hunting oriented or boring for you true gun folks. That's it. Built a walk & shoot trail on the farm where there are roughly 10 targets at a variety of ranges and shooting situations. Mostly metal targets and then a paper at 100yrds. set to check accuracy. The two that get the most use are a Saiga in .223 and a modified Marlin 795. Has a modded stock to add rail space. Sometimes they get exercise after dark. Hoping I can replace motorcycles & racing with competitive shooting. Used to really enjoy the variety of that activity out in Colorado when I lived out there. One thing I had a lot of fun was cowboy shoots, really a derivative of three gun competition. They don't have that here, but the local club does have informal 3 gun, so i want to evolve into that if I can. LOTS of learning and I really don't have the right equipment yet.

Also bought a pair of Mosin Nagant's and modded one to accept a Milet 1inch red dot. That thing is cheap to shoot and a blast! Love it. Also a frequent companion for the "shuffle and shoot" trail. Also figured it was a cheap way to re develop basic shooting skills...have almost 400 rounds thru it so far.

Inspired by the nutnfancy project on youtube...:) Plan to get the CC permit and go back to shooting as a sport..the cc is been 6months in process though! Don't know what I will buy to compete with either! Been a long time since I've played that game..so the research begins this year.
 

Gink

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Helmer, Indiana
Custom built AR15 .223
Sako L597 bull-barreled .243
Custom Italian Verona O/U 12GA
Thompson Center Omega SS .50
Remington 1187 12Ga
Custom stainless Ruger 10/22
Custom bob-tailed Springfield Champion 1911 .45
Kimber Solo 9mm
Sig P238 .380
Ruger Mark II Slabside Target .22
I'd like to see a picture of that MK II if you don't mind. I picked up a real nice MkI last year from a guy at work. I really like shooting that thing...cheap fun.
 

Special Ed

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A have a boner for model 12 Winchesters. I cannot walk past a rack of guns without searching for them.