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My goals are, not in any particular order:
A West German or German P228, to replace the one I have that started to show minor cracks in the frame after I was involved in a wreck.
A semi-auto general-purpose shotgun.
A Ruger GP-100 and Six-series .357 magnum.
A Ruger 10/22 Takedown.
A Ruger Precision Rifle in 6.5mm Creedmoor.
And I would like to build a suppressed SBR in .300BO.




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Tikka T1X 22lr
Steyr M9-A1
P365
 
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I have my eye on:
A new Sig 210
And an M1 Carbine.
 
Posts: 750 | Location: Virginia Beach, VA | Registered: February 13, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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On my short list is the Colt 6933 sitting at my dealer waiting for the arrival of my tax stamp so I can take it home! Check cashed late February, waiting continues.
 
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A Remington 725 calibre .222

Good metal. The stock can be crud as I got a good stock.


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Ever since going to a P320 armorers course I have had the urge to get one, so.

Sig P320
Sig P365
A 300 blackout upper
An AR10 in 6.5 Creedmore



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Another M1 Garand and maybe a HK45c.
 
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I handled and shot a CZ Sonoran yesterday in 300wm, I think I’ll need one at some point, a purpose built lightweight long range rifle. Pretty sweet.

I’d also like to find a way to trade out of my ruger redhawk 44mag and into a 629 in the same length.
 
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Transferable Swedish K SMG, transferable AUG sear, HK 53 sear host, Tikka T3x Tac A1, B&T APC 308.


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Transferable Swedish K SMG, transferable AUG sear, HK 53 sear host, Tikka T3x Tac A1, B&T APC 308.


I will be adding an APC 308 as well. I just got my APC 223 and its beautiful. I have totally fallen for B&T!



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Colt Delta non-rail with 6 mags, ambi safety and a chest rig.

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S&W 619

Nothing follows.

Been looking for a few years.


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DSgrouse wrote a review Kriss Defiance 22lr ... It made the list!


If you really want something you'll find a way ...
... if you don't you'll find an excuse.

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Sig P-228
 
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I’ve had a mid length AR and 11.5” pistol waiting to be finished for a while now.

Got a brace coming for the pistol and I need to get another Wilson Combat TTU trigger pack to go in it.

Plan to put a Trijicon MRO on the midlength and it will be done.

Next up would be a 9mm AR. I got to shoot a CMMG mk9 and I loved it so either that or one from PSA.
 
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S&W model 63, the first one without fiberoptic and too many holes in the cylinder.

Ruger #1 in 9.3 x 74 rimmed. No, I have no real need for this. Just want it.


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ok , I'll play

https://www.lesbaer.com/PremierII5inch.html

https://www.lesbaer.com/Premier5.html

http://www.coonaninc.com/product/357-magnum-classic/ s.s. Coonan ( 5 in,)

https://lmtdefense.com/firearms/lm308mwsf
in .243 Win. ( leupold scope)

https://www.lesbaer.com/boltaction.html
in .243 win





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220 Legion in 10mm.


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HK 53 sear host

I know you are more conscientious about your collection than I am, and you may already be aware, I bought one of the Century 93 Pistol's for my 53 sear host ... I knew the finish would be crappy, and it is better than I expected ... but it must be a 53 barrel because it isn't something that was cut down. For my sear I had to change out the lock piece ... and to use the new style collapsible stock I had to get a bolt carrier without a buffer, I also put a long charge handle on it, which is nice. Its probably 1/8 the cost of a 93 after re-barreling, re-marking and re-finishing.
Besides, it's a shooter so as long as it was "in spec" I didn't worry about the rest ... For the $650 it cost up front I'm not worried about the extra expense ... now I'm trying to decide if I want the long 4-prong flash-hider or be happy with the ugly suppressor mount.



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I was saving up for a Quigley Down Under Replica rifle when the first assault weapons bans hit, and I lost my focus.

Maybe now.


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