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1978 Remington 541-S Deluxe Sporter.22 rifle
1999 Kimber Gold Match Stainless 1911 45ACP pistol
1970s 1100 Remington 12 gauge
 
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SxS shotguns




and Ruger No. 1s



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No one said Walther PPK?



The Walther PPK: James Bond’s Trusty Sidekick


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Breeds that forget this basic truth have always paid for it with their lives … and freedoms.”
 
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Nothing wrong with a clean Python. Nickel, Stainless, Blue... Doesn't matter.

A nice, well used 1911 has a certain appeal to me.

H&K P7 is another on my list. Then we have Mr Bruce Gray's little addition to this world... WOW Eek truly beautiful piece of machinery.

There's a member here, I believe it may be MRM60, Zoom6zoom?... and I'm upset that I can't recall. Anyway, this member has a collection of some beautifully engraved pistols! It's not just the quality of the picture of his guns, the deep engraving and that old world feel to them, HOLY COW! I hope he finds this post and throws up some pictures of his collection.

I have to edit this to add a nice case hardened Colt single action and case hardened lever actions. Just something about them.

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Pistol: Colt Royal Gold Cup National Match 1911
Revolver: 8" Colt Anaconda .44 magnum
Rifle: M1918 BAR
Shotgun: Military 12 gauge riot gun.


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NRA Certified LE Handgun/Shotgun/Rifle Instructor
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My choice too. Stunning grips on the top one.




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It's a tie for me. Two of my favorites.

 
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My other Sig is a Steyr...
 
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My prettiest gun is my Tanfoglio Hunter. Really a sweet gun. Best pic I currently have on my phone


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I'm sorry, I'm thinking about the cats again...
 
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What is the sexiest firearm you have ever seen?
Feel free break it up into rifle, shotgun, and pistol.
My choice, at least for rifle, is the M14.


I started out in the army carrying an M1. Moved to the M14 when they came out. Loved both of them, but especially the M14. Had all the things the M1 didn't, but primarily more magazine/clip capacity. Also could have a selector switch for full or semi auto.

Loved that M14, wish I had one.

Edited to add: Bigely Blackhawk. Preference would be 44 or 45 cal rather than the 44 special.


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Hands down our own Agony has created the sexiest setup I have ever seen. Just amazing (agony, I hope you didnt mind me putting it here)



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A stainless 1911 is hard to beat or a beautiful bolt action rifle.



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In my many years I have come to a conclusion that one useless man
is a shame, two is a law firm,
and three or more is a congress.
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Rule #1: Use enough gun
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When a strong man, fully armed, guards his own house, his possessions are undisturbed. Luke 11:21


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Either you are with us, or you are with the terrorists." -- George W. Bush

 
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M11-A1





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