Page 2 of I own 5 firearms: Hi-point 9mm Ruger .22 pistol Remington 783 30-06 Winslow .270 Mossberg 500 12 gauge I was just curious about the inventory of the fe... 26 comments | 1919 Views | Go to page 1 →
Feb 23, 18, 12:33 PM #16I have three: a 38 revolver, Mossberg 12 gauge, and a Henry 22 rifle.Advertisement
Feb 23, 18, 01:07 PM #17Marlin 336A lever action on 30-30.
Marlin 925 bolt action in .22LR
Ruger 10-22. Keep intending to play around tricking it out with a bull barrel and whatnot, but haven't gotten around to it.
1960s era Sears "Ted Williams Model" 200 shotgun in 12 gauge. It's a Winchester 1200 pump with Sears badging.
Browning Citori O/U in 20 gauge.
I have a few historic military guns that I've restored to shooting condition. I have shot them all, and they're fire-able, but I don't often. One's a British Enfield No.4 Mk 1, I also have a German WW2 Mauser Karabiner 98k, and then a Swedish WW1 era Mauser m/96.
Oh....and I've got THIS fella.
Feb 23, 18, 03:39 PM #18
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Once she gets through her residency and we move to wherever her career takes us, though, I'm planning on getting a nice Liberty or something like that.
Feb 23, 18, 04:25 PM #20
Mar 27, 18, 01:52 PM #21I guess I should have posted this list in here instead of in the "Guns you hunt with" thread.
Here's a list of my guns:
Remington Model 11 (with Browning action) semi-auto 12 gauge -- inherited from my Dad, lots of shells through this one from both my Dad and his cousin
Remington 870 20 gauge -- Christmas present when I was 16 yrs old
Winchester Model 42 .410 pump action -- from my Dad and my most cherished firearm. My Dad took quite a few rabbits with this. I never shot a squirrel with it but that is what I would use it for.
Marlin 336c lever action in 35 Rem -- topped with a Leupold Vari-Xii, 1-4x-20mm
CZ452 American .22 LR bolt action -- a beautiful rifle and highly accurate, topped with a sightron-II scope
Marlin Model 60 semi-auto .22 LR -- somewhat sensitive to ammo, cheap Tasco scope, fun to shoot
Winchester Wildcat .22 LR bolt -- for son #1, iron sights only
Savage MKII .22LR left-handed bolt -- for son #2, iron sights only
Ruger Mark I .22 LR 1951 -- needs some work. from my Dad
Mar 27, 18, 02:05 PM #22Was chatting with a work friend. She found a gun she didn't know her husband had. Wanted it out of the house. He had it for 10 years or so and never fired it. Had a full box of hollow points. Snapped a pic and sent it to a guy I know who collects Colts. The images looked like it had rust on it. He told me fair price in that condition was around $350. Paid her the $$ brought it home and my buddy told me it I just doubled my money. The pics made it look like rust but it was only dust.
Colt, cobra with snub.
She now has a Browning Belgium sweet 16 she wants to get rid of. I'll be looking at it in a couple of weeks.
Mar 27, 18, 04:06 PM #23
I ended up with several shotguns, a couple of pistols and a rifle when my mom passed that belonged to either her or her husband before he passed. Only one gun is a "Family Heirloom" type gun, and old Winchester .22 Gallery Pump Action Rifle that had been passed on through family.
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The rest we are looking to repurpose into a new home defense/target shooting rifle (Read AR-15)
Mar 28, 18, 03:05 PM #24S&W SVE 9mm, Hi-Point .40 caliber, H&R single shot 20 gauge (first gun) Remington 1100 12 gauge, inherited from my dad, a little .22 plinker I bought for my ex girlfriends daughter several years ago (not sure of the brand), never shot and I ended up with it.
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