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Old 03-01-2008, 05:57 PM   #41
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I have a boat load...or a safe load:

Two Bushmaster Ar-15's one is an M-4 variant

an AK type 56

an AK type 84 S-1

an Israeli M-14 sniper rifle with a nice Nimrod scope, Harris bipod & certificate of authenticity (shoots real nice)

a Mossberg 12 ga. yacht gun in stainless with a marine coat finish (a nickel & teflon mixture)

a Para-Ordnance P-14 signature series .45 (CCW #1)

a Ruger P-90 .45

a Ruger Blackhawk .44 magnum

a Ruger 10/22 stainless walmart special

a Texas Defender .410/.44 derringer (CCW #2)

an SKS (my best spent $79 ever)

a Remington .20 ga. bird gun (seen better days)

a Winchester model 94 30-.30

a CZ 452 Varmint .17 HMR with a Mueller APV scope

a Traditions .50 cal. inline muzzle loader

a 175# pull FoxFire II crossbow

a Benjamin .22 cal. air rifle (killed a squirrel @ about 50 yards once)

I know I'm forgetting some but I don't want toopen the safe to go through them all. Also I have many assorted knives, machetes, hatchets, bayonets, riot batons etc.. One of my favorites is my model 1957 swiss bayonet, that thing is like a short sword lol

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Old 03-01-2008, 06:12 PM   #42
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brenjen,

next time you have it out, i'd be interested in seeing some pics of your israeli m14. select fire? how much did that set you back with all the ATF fees?

nice collection you have there. my father just dusted off his old Benjamin 710 pellet rifle and i'm ordering some new parts for it next week to get it back to shooting. he lived in Alabama as a kid and loosened the cap on a spring loaded part and it shot into Mobile Bay a few weeks after he got it, never got a replacement piece, but i'm going to get it functioning again for him. cool little rifle.
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Old 03-01-2008, 06:23 PM   #43
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I lost most of my firearms & ammo in a tragic boating accident....

all I have left is a few handguns and some zombie killing guns....







Chinese Paratrooper - 922r compliant!!!
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Old 03-01-2008, 08:20 PM   #44
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brenjen,

next time you have it out, i'd be interested in seeing some pics of your israeli m14. select fire? how much did that set you back with all the ATF fees?

nice collection you have there. my father just dusted off his old Benjamin 710 pellet rifle and i'm ordering some new parts for it next week to get it back to shooting. he lived in Alabama as a kid and loosened the cap on a spring loaded part and it shot into Mobile Bay a few weeks after he got it, never got a replacement piece, but i'm going to get it functioning again for him. cool little rifle.
I thought I had some pictures of it on my PC but I guess I have deleted them since I can't find them. The M-14 had an M1a receiver for importation/sale by Springfield. I wish it was selective fire, it'd be worth a lot more.

I found this image on a website & lifted it for a quick reply; the one I have is identical to the one in the foreground...down to the cheek piece & the scope it is exactly what I have.

Edit: oh yeah it cost me $2,500 about six years ago give or take a couple years & a couple bucks.


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Old 04-05-2008, 09:17 PM   #45
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Springfield sub compact xd 40 comes with a bunch of accessories

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Old 04-14-2008, 02:36 AM   #46
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Glock 31 .357
Glock 33 .357
Glock 22 .40
Winchester M70 .270
Westernfield 30-30 lever
Hatson Escort 12ga. pump
Sears and Robuck 20ga bolt action
.50 muzzle loader
couple .22's
Up coming plans are to get Rock River AR-15 and maybe Remington 870 for work

Just have to say all ya'll with firearms please have records of your serial numbers and model numbers to them incase your house get broke into. I hate taking reports and people not having them. Most likely they will never get them back.
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Old 04-14-2008, 04:43 AM   #47
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Guns? What guns, I lost all of them in a boating accident a few years back.. Yep...
WOW.. The same thing happened to me last weekend.
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Old 08-06-2008, 08:47 AM   #48
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This is my winchester model 70 .300win mag. I had to post even though that this is a old thread.
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I had to post even though that this is a old thread.
it's all good, i might have something to post on this again shortly, ehehahahahahaHAHAHA!
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Old 08-06-2008, 04:37 PM   #50
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yeah I had too, i made a good buy and it was a hell of a find
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Old 08-06-2008, 05:42 PM   #51
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spanish-road: what kind of scope is that? i'm window shopping for a scope for my M1A, think i have one picked out at the gun shop but i'd like some more options to mull over. i'd love to get a nice bolt action but i'm a lefty and they are hard to come by. i passed on a .223 lefty with scope a couple months back that i should have picked up, oh well. for now, i have my Yugo M48 and my two Mosin-Nagants. i'm just a lefty living in a right hand world i guess
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Old 08-06-2008, 06:49 PM   #52
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mine is a leupold vxIII its a good scope for now, but I haven't used a scope and mostly I just have used an open sight.
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mine is a leupold vxIII its a good scope for now, but I haven't used a scope and mostly I just have used an open sight.
yes I am using this scope with my Ruger Super Redhawk .44 mag. I personally can recommend the Leuplod VXIII scope to any one.

Here is the scope (Leuplod VXIII) (took img from web )

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weatherby .460 mag, yes it hurts... especially for a guy who weighs 140.

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Old 01-17-2010, 09:57 PM   #55
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Beretta 357 mag revolver
remington 4/10
Remington 30'06 semi auto
Marlin 30-30 lever action
Marlin 35 lever action
Remington 12 gauge
Remington 20 gauge
winchester .22 semi auto
Smith and Wessen .22 pistol
most all are hunting rifles or shotguns not so much tactacle weapons
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heres my baby circa 1990"s S&w 469 12+1 of speer gold dot 1 extra mag. oldie but a goodie. light enough to carry heavy enough to pistol whip.
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Old 09-15-2010, 11:36 AM   #57
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surprised no one has posted up Bows yet!

i'm getting a Hoyt Alphamax 32 next week...look it up if ya aint seen it...it's 100%badarse!!!!! and it's around $900 new






oh yea...didn't mention this.


i'm getting it off of a friend of a friend...for.......









wait for it.









wait for it







$225...100% ready to shoot with a dozen carbon arrows...he's rich and is getting the new Carbon Matrix

should be a NICE upgrade from my old and tired 90's PSE lol with NO let off :/

http://www.fieldandstream.com/articl...-alpha-max-bow

that's it there :wabbit:
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Old 09-15-2010, 05:29 PM   #58
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I only have 2 knives right now, no guns. I carry both of these 95% of the time I leave the house. I do plan on getting a couple guns when I get the money though...

Kershaw 1660. Got this about a year and a half ago and I use it for everything they say not to use a knife for . So far its held up pretty great except its edge lol. But I've never taken very good care of it so...
And I love the assisted opening it has






Fallkniven PXL with Ivory Micarta handle. This is my baby, given to me by my dad on my 21st birthday about a year and a half ago as well. It almost never leaves my sight and its been used probably less than 10 times. Its definitely the nicest knife I've ever owned, let alone sentimental value, hence the protection and lack of use





I really need to get a knife with a serrated edge...
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who needs guns..
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I love guns.... name your favorite piece, I'll post a pic of one hahaha

I'll dig up my 'gun photo album' and post my favorites....

"There's 3 reasons to own guns.....

1. To protect you and your family
2. To hunt and gather food
3. To keep the king of england out of your ˟˟˟˟˟ !!!!!!!! "

Blaming guns for killing people is like blaming spoons for fat people....

An armed society is a polite society....

and on and on, you've all heard them.... just be a responsible gun owner so you don't screw it up for the rest of us!

oh, one last one "don't bring a knife to a gunfight" lol
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