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Old 10-16-2008, 01:33 PM   #1
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On the topic of firearms-which I saw in a recent thread-what kind of/how many firearms do you all have? I've got the following:

A Marlin 917v
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A Savage MK II in .22LR, only mine isn't stainless steel, like the one shown.
http://www.kaneohegs.com/images/sava...ss_22_bolt.jpg

And a Maverick 88 in 12-gauge.
http://personalsecurityzone.com/images/MK31010lg.jpg

I love everyone of them, and to those who think I 'have too many guns' imagine someone telling us as bbers, that we don't need more than 1 30-lb dumbell for every exercise!!!

So, which do y'all have?

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Old 10-16-2008, 02:22 PM   #2
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I had a 1911 full size and compact. also had a mossberg security type of shot gun(short barrel, pistol grips)

But all I have now is a Ruger P95 9mil

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Old 10-16-2008, 02:27 PM   #3
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I have several..


A vector V-93

http://www.atlanticfirearms.com/beta...roduct526.aspx

A Bushmaster (gotta love that name) 97s

http://www.eastcoastfirearms.com/gal...0&is_gallery=0

A Glock 17 and a HK USP40.

And I'm about to buy a GSG5 pistol for my with for my wife. Hers will have a collapsible stock though. So it will look slightly different than the picture in the link below.

http://www.proguns.com/gsg-5p.asp


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Old 10-16-2008, 02:30 PM   #4
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^^Those are all very nice guns Iced. I'm jealous.
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Each one wasn't very expensive. As a whole maybe $4,000 for all of them with assc. But the cost of a real HK can run upwards of $30,000. So I didn't do to bad. And they are all pretty reliable and that's the main thing. Keeping them in ammo is the hard part. I try to keep about 200-300 rounds for each one on hand at any given time.
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Atlantic Firearms is coming out with a new MP5 clone soon that will be to die for. As I'm told, they'll run around $2,500.


Also, if any of you guys are looking into the GSG5's make sure you get the 2nd generation model. The first Generation models had some extractor problems. Not a bad little plinker for $500.
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Remington 270
Wincester 30-30
Remington 22
Remington 1100 12ga
Remington 870 12ga pump
Stevens 12ga dbl barrell
Colt 357
Smith/Wesson 40 cal
Jennings 9mm
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Winchester Model 70 .270
TC Omega .45
Browning Model A5 12ga (Belgian)
Winchester Model 1100 12ga Pump
Western Field 12ga Pump
Martin Jaguar
Some assorted .22 cal rifles & pistols

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Iced, those are some nice-looking kids you've got there! The Bushy is my fav....(wipes droop off of keyboard....carbon fiber....)

Agreed, the GSG-5 does seem to have a lot of bang for the buck (no pun intended )

Ross, I didn't know you had all those, I remember you telling me about the 70, the T/C, the Win 1300, and the Jaguar. Cool!
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