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None. My firearms purchases are spur of the minute things.
 
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Gen 1 APC9SD. Should’ve bought one when I had a chance, instead I endlessly shopped around trying to save 100 bucks. A foolish mistake I will rectify if given a chance.
 
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Originally posted by joatmonv:
H&K Mark 23.
Ive never seen one in the wild but if I did...
Ungodly big, can't carry it but I want one.
You might want to query Trader Jerry (AKA Jerry Cochran) of Pounding Mill, VA. He had one at a gun show I attended a few months back.
 
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Off the top of my head, an 87 (JH) proofed p226. Why? It's the year of my birth. I also wouldn't mind a JK one, because that amuses me.

Other than that I think my wants list is made up of mostly equipment and supplies to feed my presses.


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Not a firearm, but a 338 Lapua barrel and bolt for my Tac2.


I'd love to find a 9.3x62mm barrel for my SHR970.
But I might as well wish for it to be delivered by benevolent extraterrestrials while I'm at it.
 
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Nah, I'm old, been doing this a long time and I'm set - but if something catches my eye I move fast w/out having to phone a friend.


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Posts: 4021 | Location: Sunnyside of Louisville | Registered: July 04, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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There have been a couple recently I debate getting but I really have no need for them other than them being good deals. One was a 9mm P239 in excellent condition for less than $400 and another was a P320 X5 Legion for $700. I have no need for more guns, as I am happy with what I have and what works for me but there are situations that arise in which I have to say, "yeah, I should get this" but I have no rhyme or reason for anything in particular, if that makes any sense.
 
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I have a mental list of pistols that I want. They’re not overly rare or expensive, but I do think of them as Someday-guns.

They aren’t given priority because my interests are changing and I have a fairly decent collection as-is.
 
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Only two on my list

A transferable MP5SD and an XM109
 
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A real deal Win. 1885 Hi-wall in some 30 caliber with nice wood and octagon barrel.
 
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Kinda looking for a beretta 1301 in OD green right now.

If it was overpriced though, I'd wait.


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Pretty much anything I want at this point is long out of production.

Browning Superposed 12 Ga in fairly original condition

IMI Uzi pistol

IMI Galil paratrooper

Pre 64 Model 70 chambered in .416 Rigby

Bren 10


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I never thought I'd ever say this, but I can't think of another gun I really want. I already have my grail guns, plus anything else I could possibly need. I must be getting old.


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All Pinned and recessed S&W revolvers in decent shape.
I honestly want to own all of them much like the Hunt Brothers wanted to own all the silver.
On the other hand, if it's a beater "project gun" I need to pass it up.

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It was the JJ P228, but I have long given up on it.


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Pre 64 Model 70 chambered in .416 Rigby



The rifleman's rifle in a serious caliber...

 
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A Saco marked P-226

The town where I went to High School, and I had an uncle that worked to set up one of the lines for the XM-9 trail guns.

I'd pay over a P-226 price, but won't pay the crazy collector market for it.




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Originally posted by reflex/deflex 64:
...Another is a 1903 hammerless, 380 would be a bonus.

Just FYI, the Colt model 1903 Hammerless is .32 ACP. The one that is just like it but chambered in .380 ACP is a model 1908 Colt Hammerless.

Adding to the confusion, the little .25 ACP "vest pocket" pistol is also called a 1908. A Model 1908 Vest Pocket.

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there is also a Colt 1903 Pocket Hammer in 38acp



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Originally posted by Prefontaine:
Not a firearm, but a 338 Lapua barrel and bolt for my Tac2.


I'd love to find a 9.3x62mm barrel for my SHR970.
But I might as well wish for it to be delivered by benevolent extraterrestrials while I'm at it.


If I happened upon a SHR970 in 270WIN, it would be hard to pass up.




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