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Old 09-12-2008, 10:54 PM   #1
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So... given the vast number of folks that joined into this thread. I figured I'd start one for people to post pics of their gun collections. I'll start off the fun.

1) QB-78 .22 CO2 Airgun. Let's of fun. This one has had numerous power and accuracy mods done and has similar power to a .22 short rifle. Great for general plinking and shooting in the backyard.
http://www.imagepile.net/index.php?p...e=101_0872.jpg

2)1944 Mosin Nagant M44 Carbine. Mojo microclick peep sights. With hand loads I can shoot .75" groups at 50 yrds. This is my deer gun.
http://www.imagepile.net/index.php?p...e=101_0873.jpg

3)Ancient early 1900s .22LR. This was left to me by my grandfather. It was his first gun growing up during the great depression. There was a time where my family depending on the rabbits this gun provided for dinner.
http://www.imagepile.net/index.php?p...e=101_0874.jpg

4)Beretta .22LR Neos 6" barrel target pistol. This was a wedding present to my wife, but I shoot it more than she does.
http://www.imagepile.net/index.php?p...e=101_0875.jpg

5)Norinco Mac-90 AK47. Picked this one up at an estate auction for $150, now it's my pig hunting gun. Those bastards will charge at your with no warning, so the 40 rnd magazine could save my life.
http://www.imagepile.net/index.php?p...e=101_0876.jpg

6)Hungarian PA-63 9mm Makarov. Bought this one as a conceal carry weapon, then did more research on it and found out the round doesn't have enough energy to stop a 9 yr old, none the less an adult. Now it's just my pretty target gun that I've been ricing out.
http://www.imagepile.net/index.php?p...e=101_0877.jpg

7)Glock 23 (40 S&W). This is my daily carry firearm. I use an Uncle Mike's holster and find it very comfortable and easy to conceal even with my small body size (155 lbs @ 5'11").
http://www.imagepile.net/index.php?p...e=101_0878.jpg

8)Charles Daly Field 12ga Magnum (semi auto). Dove, Duck, trap, skeet, and sporting clays. I've got 4 different chokes for this sucker and use it for everything. Including home defense (5 rnds of 00 Buck shot).
http://www.imagepile.net/index.php?p...e=101_0879.jpg


So, show us yours.
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damn... not sure why the pictures aren't working...
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Three safes full at my dad's house that are "ours" ...but these are MINE:

1) Ruger 1022 I've been building since I was 10. Fajen thumbhole stock, volquartsen trigger group and .920 barrel, Leupold scope, etc..

2) Colt Python police issued left to me by my grandfather.

3) Springfield XD-9

4) Half-built AR-15 still in the works

5) WWII used Japanese Arisaka in near mint condition..know how to completely break the thing down and rebuild it in about 2.5 minutes since i was 8ish...one hell of akick though and about 4.5 feet long, LOL.

6) Remington Model 700 in 7mm-08 stainless, laminate stock, Leupold scope...hunting rifle

7) Mossberg 500 Persuader in "desert camo" 12ga. pump

Some of my favorite's that are "ours"

Pre-ban Cobray M11-9 full auto.

H&K MP5 - Pre ban full auto

Silence Ruger MKII

couple cetme's and fal's we've built from the ground up

U.S. gov't issued colt 1911 .45acp

I'll work on pictures, not sure i have any of anything other than the 10/22
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sorry, all are cell phone pics.

cabinet has me and my dad's
(2) .410's
(2) 12 guages
(2) .22's
30 30
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and of course a BB gun, lol


my handguns
taurus 24/7 pro C DS .45


kel-tec p3at next to my blackberry curve to show how small it is.


also have a hi-point 9mm, dad has the same taurus and a sigma .40, and a compound bow. still plan on getting more and more.
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How do you like that kel-tec, I've never had good experiences with them but other people seem to swear by them
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How do you like that kel-tec, I've never had good experiences with them but other people seem to swear by them
its kinda picky on ammo. but i used to have a p-11 and sold it to get this one, so i have had other kel-tec's. i like it, its so small and light that you forget you have it. its actually more accurate than the p-11 too. i can usually shoot about a 6 inch group at 7 yards, thats more than good enough to rid the world of the low life that is trying to rob/carjack/touch my hot body.
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its kinda picky on ammo. but i used to have a p-11 and sold it to get this one, so i have had other kel-tec's. i like it, its so small and light that you forget you have it. its actually more accurate than the p-11 too. i can usually shoot about a 6 inch group at 7 yards, thats more than good enough to rid the world of the low life that is trying to rob/carjack/touch my hot body.
6 inch group at 7 yards? i think i'd rather have a bigger/harder to conceal gun like my colt 1911 that'll shoot a 1/2"-1" group at 15-20 yards.
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6 inch group at 7 yards? i think i'd rather have a bigger/harder to conceal gun like my colt 1911 that'll shoot a 1/2"-1" group at 15-20 yards.
the gun is the size of a cell phone and the sights are stamped into the slide. thats damn good IMO. its a defense gun, not a target gun.
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the gun is the size of a cell phone and the sights are stamped into the slide. thats damn good IMO. its a defense gun, not a target gun.
I guess you got a point there but still I don't know I'd feel safe with that...some skinny *** mother ****** like me might attack me. LOL
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when the zombie's attack..... I'm coming to stay with you guys!

We (my father and I) have a ruger mini-14, and a very old side by side 12ga.... No handguns because my mother is scared of them :(
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when the zombie's attack..... I'm coming to stay with you guys!

We (my father and I) have a ruger mini-14, and a very old side by side 12ga.... No handguns because my mother is scared of them :(
My dad lives right smack dab in the middle of 38 acres he owns...when we built the house we put the "shop" (where all the gun related activities take place) in the basement....ever seen tremors 2 where burt gummer's got the little windows right below the ceiling that are flush with the ground outside...yea that's the "shop" lol. When anything goes down in this country that's where Ill be headed and staking my ground.
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My dad lives right smack dab in the middle of 38 acres he owns...when we built the house we put the "shop" (where all the gun related activities take place) in the basement....ever seen tremors 2 where burt gummer's got the little windows right below the ceiling that are flush with the ground outside...yea that's the "shop" lol. When anything goes down in this country that's where Ill be headed and staking my ground.
I'll be headed to the 3rd floor of a house on stilts on galveston island (if it's still there after Ike)... Water on all sides and infinite visible range. I'm pretty ******* good with a scoped rifle and working on improving my open sight skills (hence the peep sights on the mosin), the buddy that owns the house is a skilled pistol marksman. He'll watch my *** from downstairs while I watch his from upstairs
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and of course a BB gun, lol
Hey, I posted my pellet gun too. There is a gun for every application and sometimes anything but a springer BB gun is overkill/dangerous.
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<--- seriously considers posting pictures of biceps.
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Hey, I posted my pellet gun too. There is a gun for every application and sometimes anything but a springer BB gun is overkill/dangerous.
Yea, but his is a pump daisy, lol....is that even considered a gun?

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So do you own a mustang or a camaro?
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So do you own a mustang or a camaro?
He owns a mullet...

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Got your ticket for the gun show?
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Someone call the vet...




































...'cuz these puppies are SICK!
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Someone call the vet...

...'cuz these puppies are SICK!

Can we hear (see) that in arabic?
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Can we hear (see) that in arabic?
sure:

واحد ما يدعو البيطريّة

لأنّ هذا أجرية يكونون مريضة
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