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So...
Coming from CA to TN , the gun ideas are endless & I need your help to grow my collection... ?

Pictured from Top to Bottom:

12" - Palmetto State Armory AR [.223/.556]
8" w/ 2" Flash Can - Palmetto State Armory AR [.223/.556]
Sig Sauer P320c [9mm]
CZ P10C [9mm]
Sig Sauer P320 X-Five [9mm]

(NOT PICTURED: Benelli SuperNova Shotgun, DelTon Sport 16" AR]


( Be nice Wink )


Question:
what should be next?

Choices:
Rifle
Pistol
Shotgun
SMG

 


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Posts: 132 | Location: CA --> TN | Registered: July 17, 2020Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Why Choose just one? Add a bolt Action Rifle and Shotgun and while you are at it. i did Not See any Revolvers in the pic did I ?

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Originally posted by IndianaMike:
Why Choose just one add a bolt Action Rifle and Shotgun and while you are at it i did Not See any Revolvers in the pic did I ?


Good idea on a Bolt and Revolver...
What are your suggestions on each?

I have a Shotgun (Benelli SuperNova w/ Pistol Grip).


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Bolt Gun would be a Ruger Hawkeye long range target.For the Revolver i would Start with A Smith and Wesson Model 686. Then when you catch the Revolver Bug go on from there
 
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+1 on the 686 (or sub a 3” J frame like a S&W 60 or SP-101) and the bolt action. I’d also recommend a Henry Big Boy in .357 and a CZ Scorpion in 9mm or an AK-V in 9mm for the fun factor. Lastly, a good .22 rifle (10/22, Marlin 60, 795, CZ bolt) or sub a .22 kit for AR and pistol (Ruger Mark IV, Buckmark, etc.) That would cover a lot of bases. Welcome to the free world! Smile
 
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Okay, I'll go a bit farther from the mainstream:

  • Ladies Home Companion
  • 1874 Sharps
  • Grendel P-31
  • Desert Eagle
  • Calico Liberty
  • Volquartsen Cheetah

    FWIW, I do not have an AK-47, AR15, 1911 in 45 Auto or a 9mm Glock. So I may be the one missing out...


    My other Sig is a Steyr...
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    You need a Ruger 22/45 .22lr pistol and a suppressor.



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    Yep. Get a .22 pistol and rifle, for cheap plinking.
     
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    Might I add a .22 lever gun. They are a blast to shoot and a lot of fun.
     
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    How about a 9mm carbine like an MPX


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    Nice collection, so far. I will be another to suggest a .22LR, either a rifle or pistol. A Ruger 10/22 would be my choice.
     
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    So many choices... Truly appreciate all your insights!
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    .22 LR rifle, plinking and pest control
    .380 handgun, now that you can carry
    S&W 442 w/laser grips

    weapon lights for the guns you already have
     
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    A Ruger American Rimfire rifle would be an enjoyable addition...a .22 bolt action lets you shoot for enjoyment without the “mag dumps” in the era of hard to find .22LR ammo (same with a Ruger Single Six revolver...sometimes slower is better Smile)...welcome to Tennessee Big Grin


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    A stainless S&W .357 revolver with a 6” barrel. Pre-lock, of course.



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    For a revolver, a Ruger SA in .44 Mag.

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    A varmint rifle, .223 or 243. A sweet P228 of course. A lovely O/U Beretta shotgun, maybe 20 ga, or even better a 28 ga. The list is endless....




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    Def recommend the Scorpion. There are so many accessories to make this exactly what you want.
     
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    Took the vert grip off so I am less likely to spend 10 yrs in the clink. CZ Scorpion Evo 3. Site Mark Holographic, HB grip, HB folding brace, picatinny covers, Inforce WML light.

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    You need a pump-action 12 gauge, and a lever-action carbine, preferably in a pistol caliber!
     
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