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Ok, I am to the point of having all the AR's I can stand. Now I am thinking of what do I really want to have in my collection. Not necessarily need, but just flat out want. Arc's thread about the RFB got me thinking about this. Here is my list for rifles and pistols I want for grins and giggles.

1. 6.5 Creedmor Howa Bravo stock. No need just want to have the opportunity to reach out and stretch my legs if needed.

2. Uberti 1873 rifle preferably .44 Mag, most likely .357/38 spl. Just because I want one. The whole linkage strength gives me pause about .44 mag, but what I would prefer.

3. 300 black out. Have enough lowers this will come to fruition. Don't need, just have the resources already to make it happen.

4. Want an RFB or RDB. Always wanted a bullpup, but just never pulled the trigger. Keltec has some great designs, just not the ability to produce, in numbers. Still want one.

5. Not a rifle, but want a wheel gun. Want .44mag for when in the mountains of NM for black bear and mountain lions. Reason self preservation. Don't really want to be eaten. Not likely, but shit happens.

6. Colt SAA, just because. Would like to match the lever gun. Why, because Cowboys and Indians. Thats why.

After that I am good with everything I would have.

What's say the forum? Give us your list of wants.



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Scar 17


Like the Scar's but think I would like the ACR for the 5.56 version more. Never looked at the true Battle Rifle calibers other than the RFB. FAL would probably come into play. I'm very old school.



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300blk pistol build. The parts to get it mostly completed are coming tuesday. so that's a very-short-list gun. Razz I still need a couple other parts and then a couple standard upgrades.


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300blk pistol build. The parts to get it mostly completed are coming tuesday. so that's a very-short-list gun. Razz I still need a couple other parts and then a couple standard upgrades.


Think the same thing. All I need is the upper. Most likely 9" or 10" and then get a can to use with it. Never bought a can, but need to go ahead and get it done. The whole wait time is just BS, but either do it or get off the pot, right?



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I keep buying what's on my short list. But I have been lusting for a short barrel, open sight, 30 caliber rifle. Even though I'm tall a Marlin 336Y youth model appeals to be. It has a 16.25" barrel and a thick or slip on recoil pad would make up some for the 1" shorter stock.
 
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300blk pistol build. The parts to get it mostly completed are coming tuesday. so that's a very-short-list gun. Razz I still need a couple other parts and then a couple standard upgrades.


Think the same thing. All I need is the upper. Most likely 9" or 10" and then get a can to use with it. Never bought a can, but need to go ahead and get it done. The whole wait time is just BS, but either do it or get off the pot, right?


I have 10" and 11.5" AR pistols right now, so I went 7.5" for the 300blk to avoid confusion. It'll be loud as hell, but I'm good with that.

I may eventually get the Dead Air Wolf 9SD suppressor, which has no barrel length restrictions. The Omega 9k is rated down to 8" for 300blk sub/super.

but yeah - the wait times are killing that purchase for me, too. even though I keep telling myself every day I don't buy it is another day on the wait time.


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The Omega 9k is rated down to 8" for 300blk sub/super.

but yeah - the wait times are killing that purchase for me, too. even though I keep telling myself every day I don't buy it is another day on the wait time.



I have two Omega9k's.
One for my MPX and the other for my MCX SBR in 300blk.
What's crazy is my MCX sounds quieter with the 9k than it does with the full size Omega300.


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I really want a gas operated 9mm carbine. The mpx fits the bill, but it's stupid expensive. I don't see many other options out there.

I'd like a Blackhawk convertible in .357/9mm, stainless, 4 5/8".

I'm toying with the idea of a P365, but haven't seen or handled one yet.

Finally, I'm considering building a rifle-length AR, just because I don't have one yet, and I can get lowers for cheap and take my time ordering parts.
 
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AR Pistol with brace

Garand

Full sized FAL with wood stocks

.480 Ruger Alaskan

Ed Brown Stainless Commander

Ruger 77/22

A nice O/U 20 gauge.

Mauser 98 in a safari caliber

Marlin .45-70

When I get all that stuff, I'm sure I'll find something else.



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S&W M&P 2.0 Compact 9mm

Glock 17 Gen 5 with RMR

Ruger 22/45 Mk. IV

M1903A3

Winchester M1 Garand

IBM M1 Carbine

.308 AR or SCAR 17

Ruger PC 9mm Carbine, once they work out the kinks and come out with a non-takedown model with a peep sight on the receiver

Ruger American Ranch 7.62x39 or CZ 527 in 7.62x39

Ruger 10-22 M1 Carbine conversion

Pre-safety Marlin 336 .30-30
 
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Tikka CTR in 6.5
Lever Action of some sort in .357 or .44
Smith Model 29
Colt 1903
Colt Woodsman
 
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Kind of simple here. I just recently picked up two Ruger Americans (Talo) 17HMR and 22Mag, in stainless with walnut stocks(I am a sucker for walnut and s/s). There is a 22LR version out there that is on my list, among a ton of other things.


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Kriss Vector .45
M1A EBR .308
BA-50 .50BMG
1874 Sharps 45/70
MechTech Glock carbine .357Sig
Volquartsen Cheetah .22Mag
Calico M12 .30

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Ruger 77/22 varmint build
Glock mag ar pistol in 357 sig, 8" barrel
P220 compact
P239 tactical 9mm
Finish my frankengun 229/8
P30L 9mm v3
5906
Glock 35 357sig conversion
OD Glock 19


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Another Schofield in .38
A SIG 320 (not sure why)
Hill and Mac StG 44 in 7.62x39mm https://www.hmgunworks.com/pro...standard-length-223/
Winchester 1873 in .357 $1,200
Ruger Gunsite Scout Rifle .308, Stainless, Synthetic stock. Model Number: 6829 $900
SIG P229 DAK 9mm -
HK P7M8 or HK P7M13 in 9mm




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Sharps Shiloh in .45/70 or .45/110, and a Freedom Arms 97 in .41 magnum.
 
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Henry Big Boy steel .327fed.

Winchester Featherweight 7mm-08

Henry Big Boy steel .41mag

I guess I'm flush for handguns right now. Check back in a couple hours that might change.


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