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    Random gun pics from your collection

    How about you pull anything out of your collection and snap some pics for all to see. Give a little description too, I'll start.

    I bought this almost twenty years ago at a gun show for $100 out the door, I didn't relize untill years later how early it really is. It sports an original Kerr sling which is proper for 1917's, the same sling was used later on with Thompsons in WWII. The rifle is a canadian lend-lease gun as it has remnants of a red paint stripe on the handguard and stock, no imports marks. The bayonet is dated 9/17 as well.







    This Classic I bought new in 2005 and it left my collection as at the time I needed the cash for something else and I sold it to a friend, recently he was in the same boat and I bought it back from him. It has an extended slant brake to comply with Michigan's 26" law.


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    That slant could moonlight as a mini bayo...

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    Finnish M1939 rifle by SAKO and (real) M1939 bayonet. They make a pretty pair.



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    United States Firearms pre-war model , 5 1/2" in .45 Colt. The Ivories were an indulgence but they DO add to the Classic SAA look.

    FN in MT

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    My Enfield made HK G3....was always a blast shooting her, and having every single person say thats not an Enfield :lol:
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    "It is war that shapes peace, and armament that shapes war."
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    Quote Originally Posted by fourtfourmag
    That slant could moonlight as a mini bayo...

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    I saw a video the other day of a Serbian?? hacking away at a tree with a slant braked AK. He used the slant, front sight ears, and butt to carve the tree up

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    Here are a few of my favorites....

    This was my first rifle, a Ruger 10/22 given to me for my 12th Birthday. It stayed exactly like this up until about 2 years ago when I started tinkering with stock refinishing.


    It now looks like this. Crappy lighting but it's finished in a dark forest green color and has a few various mods done to it. Still one of my favorite shooters!


    This is the rifle that followed the 10/22 about a year later. It was $115 at the time, I remember doing a lot of chores to work this one off. :razz:


    Those were my only two rifles up until I turned 18, I purchased a complete AR15 lower from my local dealer/manufacturer and ordered the upper online a few days later.


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    Just a pic i snapped of a build in progress, what looks like wear is just oil.


    This is my 2nd build, it has changed a lil bit over the years, but still true to its original Recce conceptions


    American Precision Arms billet lower pron


    3 Vltor upper builds


    First SBR, Sig 556P, this was when I was trying to determine if it was going to be reliable and accurate. 750 rounds with no clean or lube is hardly a true test by AK standards, but sofar has proven to be both accurate and reliable.


    First 1911, DW Razorback. I wish I could afford more 10mm since this is a tackdriver and a pleasure to shoot.


    3rd SBR and a lil Stickman attempt


    Bought my first Sig (W German P226) when I turned 18, fondled this P220 Sport Stock and fell in love, the only gun thing my dad has really helped me out on was picking this up via FFL and actually meeting me 50-50 for a big xmas-bday gift.


    First AK, SA-93 bought on GB for $500, hardly shoot it but when I went through my safe and lubed certain guns for long term storage, I fell back in love with the simplicity and design, inspired me to do 2 things, 1) send off my PKMKS UF with milled receiver to get built, 2) look for a krink


    2nd 1911 and favorite, the Valor has been nothing but sex to shoot.



    This was just a joke when I dropped a G17 slide on my 1911 Frame



    sorry my ratio is way off, It seems that My AKs and VZ do not get the attention they deserve

    and I got a new camera for College graduation present for xmas, so here is one of my first shots (Ode to Stickman) of my 2nd SBR

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdngunplumber

    My Enfield made HK G3....was always a blast shooting her, and having every single person say thats not an Enfield :lol:
    Is that a recent build from a a kit? Apex has British G3 kits right now, no barrel though.

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    My very worn md-63 uf has 4 rather large kill marks carved into the upper handguard i always wonder what stories it could tell.


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    EG Mak



    1881 Swiss Vetterli


    VZ52


    Schmidt-Rubin 96-11 (group buy direct from Switzerland)


    Some More Swiss
    From top: K31, K31, 69-71 Vetterli (3), K11, sr-1911


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    Nothing spectacular.., just an SKS rifle I purchased years ago from Navy Arms. A paratrooper model created for the US market. Not military but something about it called to me at the time. I still like the little rifle..., though the scope is nothing to write home about with 25 year old technology..







    Some similar type SKS rifles.



    Pellet rifle from that era.



    Navy Arms catalog and pictures of their offereings.


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    Many great looking weapons here. Love random gun porn threads.....

    Eternal24k, just a great looking collection. Those VIS upper builds are the hotness.

    Karl/Pa. Truly jealous of your VZ52.

    All the pics below are mine... Although I had to return some of the weapons


    Nagant Interesting mix of old and new in the design. Fun to dick around with.


    M9, MK-19 Big fan of neither. M9 is too big and heavy for what it does. The MK-19 is a bitch to reload under fire.


    Wist-94 Great shooter. Same manual of arms as a Glock.


    Ma Deuce. .50 Cal rocks. But this thing is too old and too complicated. They need to bring us a "Glock" .50 cal.


    74, Mini, AR


    S&W 686+ Awesome. Now if Ruger would only shove a 7th round (Of .357) into the GP100.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zb-30
    Quote Originally Posted by cdngunplumber
    My Enfield made HK G3....was always a blast shooting her, and having every single person say thats not an Enfield :lol:
    Is that a recent build from a a kit? Apex has British G3 kits right now, no barrel though.
    she's the real deal.
    All the pics are great in this thread....I have a fondness for the Nagant revolvers too, glad I'm not the only one.
    "It is war that shapes peace, and armament that shapes war."
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