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Busier than a cat covering
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Another snake with its friend "Smith".


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Brownings:


And Rifles:



And the 870:


Lord, your ocean is so very large and my divos are so very f****d-up
Dirt Sailors Unite!
 
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Another snake.



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Really need to get some good pictures of these.

M14 and have to give thanks to Arc for this build.





Carbine from CMP. Refinished the stock before I realized I should have gone with a darker stain. Live and learn.



Both are these are amazing shooters. The M14 it just an amazing gun. Debated scoping it to see what it can really do but I like the true GI look.

Carbine it just plain fun to shoot.


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"You have the right not to be killed..."

The Clash, "Know Your Rights"
 
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Wow. Only a few steel/wood combos left in the safe now... Frown
 
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Some new wood for my latest purchase. Ahrends tactical grips. Much more comfortable then the Eagle secret service grips.



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'64 and '74 manufacture 4" Colt Pythons




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E tan e epi tas
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Here is an eclectic sampling. Big Grin

















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Keeping it, 'Old School'
Ruger Security Six

Remington 870 police trade in picked up recently


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Vero8, nice shotgun!



 
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Wow, my "latest" is three years ago! And it is already traded. Time to step up my game.



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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Mike729:
Vero8, nice shotgun!

If the Old Gypsy Woman is correct there's a SBS in my future. Distant future thanks to the ATF


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Both carried in the big one
 
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I only own a few guns that aren't wood and steel...












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7.62 goodness by way of a G1 built on a DSA receiver


Smith and Wesson 686 in the black stainless finish:


M1 and friends:


And a slightly beat up old Colt:


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7.62 goodness by way of a G1 built on a DSA receiver


Smith and Wesson 686 in the black stainless finish:


M1 and friends:


And a slightly beat up old Colt:


Bill R


Those are some beautiful shots!


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Wow! I'd love to know more about this rifle please.
 
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Wow! I'd love to know more about this rifle please.


That's a CZ American Safari Magnum, in .375 H&H magnum. It's a thumper for sure!
 
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