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Gun pics thread.

Just wanted to see what all you guys and gals shoot. Heres mine.

Mosin Nagant M44 (1953 hungarian i believe) ATI synthetic stock and scope rail, Bushnell 3-9x30 scope, harris bi-pod




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Colt match target carbine with no bling. Great for work and play.

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Ruger M77 Mark II, bolt action .30-06

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150 Grain FMJ rounds
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Some Federal Hunting rounds...
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I have a Winchester 1912 16 guage shotgun, 4th time its been pasted down in the family, don't shoot it though.
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these four ladies are what i carry on duty to work everyday. That Glock-22 you see is a damn workhorse! It has had 3,000 plus rounds put thru it and 9 yrs old with no problems nor rust! I got it new 9 yrs ago and carried it on duty from day one.

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Love or hate Glocks but the ease of complete disassembly and reassembly is a marvel of engineering compared to almost all others.

If I had two pieces of advice , I'd say leave your finger off the trigger until ready to fire and always follow behind other cars at a reasonable and safe distance to where you can stop safely if the car in front of you had to slam on it's brakes.

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Here's just a few of my handguns. I don't even WANT to get into my rifle collection.

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Here's just a few of my handguns. I don't even WANT to get into my rifle collection.
I see you have an XD . Which one is that? I had and just sold an XD-40 . How well does it funtion for you?

Toyota Tacoma: The A-10 Warthog and Huey helicopter of trucks

Love or hate Glocks but the ease of complete disassembly and reassembly is a marvel of engineering compared to almost all others.

If I had two pieces of advice , I'd say leave your finger off the trigger until ready to fire and always follow behind other cars at a reasonable and safe distance to where you can stop safely if the car in front of you had to slam on it's brakes.
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Here are a few of me and my dad's collection....

http://i26.photobucket.com/albums/c1...s/18acf7a3.jpg
A Winchester Model 70 .300 win. mag.
http://i26.photobucket.com/albums/c1...s/fcdf2b1a.jpg
An old M1 (i think)
http://i26.photobucket.com/albums/c1...s/8b3b10d8.jpg
And my dad's .458 Lott (an elephant rifle )

I have a .35 remington that i use for deer hunting, as well.

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I see you have an XD . Which one is that? I had and just sold an XD-40 . How well does it funtion for you?
My XD-9 is My best friend. It is perfectly balanced and small enough to be an effective CCW. Let me tell you, I am got the greatest shot bjut this thing stays in the Nine ring for me at 40' with ease. I don't know what it is about this piece but it is just plain amazing. Last week I arrived at the range and sent the papar target 20' out. My first round through the XD-9 punched through the ten hole straight and center. Bullseye! Talk about a full on boner! I love the XD-9.

My next purchase will be the NEW 14 Rd. XD-45! Yeah Baby! (seen here)

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Don't underestimate the lever Action 30 30. It has killed more men (and Deer) in the US than any other weapon. (It's no wonder that Sarah Winchester went insane over guilt). If you want to go global? Then we are talking Kalishnikov's AK.

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Don't underestimate the lever Action 30 30. It has killed more men (and Deer) in the US than any other weapon. (It's no wonder that Sarah Winchester went insane over guilt). If you want to go global? Then we are talking Kalishnikov's AK.
There are a lot more AK rounds fired than casualties produced. The real killers are machine guns. They have killed way way more men than all the bombs ever dropped, including the atomic bomb.

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Fast Frank, Is that a Marlin? If so , you will never have trouble out of it.I have a Marlin lever action 45/70GOVT and love it .

Toyota Tacoma: The A-10 Warthog and Huey helicopter of trucks

Love or hate Glocks but the ease of complete disassembly and reassembly is a marvel of engineering compared to almost all others.

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looks sweet! I want a 30-30 . Looks realy good with the spray on the stock . Good for when you drop it or bang it around up in a tree.

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Love or hate Glocks but the ease of complete disassembly and reassembly is a marvel of engineering compared to almost all others.

If I had two pieces of advice , I'd say leave your finger off the trigger until ready to fire and always follow behind other cars at a reasonable and safe distance to where you can stop safely if the car in front of you had to slam on it's brakes.
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Here are a few of me and my dad's collection....

http://i26.photobucket.com/albums/c1...s/18acf7a3.jpg
A Winchester Model 70 .300 win. mag.
http://i26.photobucket.com/albums/c1...s/fcdf2b1a.jpg
An old M1 (i think)
http://i26.photobucket.com/albums/c1...s/8b3b10d8.jpg
And my dad's .458 Lott (an elephant rifle )

I have a .35 remington that i use for deer hunting, as well.

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When i turn 18, in June, im goin to get a M4. My friend's little brother has one and that thing kicks ass!!!
Thats not an M1. It looks to me like a SVT-40
http://www.surplusrifle.com/svt40/index.asp
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Thats not an M1. It looks to me like a SVT-40
http://www.surplusrifle.com/svt40/index.asp
I really don't know what it is . My dad says he just got it at a gun show many years back and never used it.
Thanks though.

Personally i use my .35 Remington lever action the most.

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Here's a couple of our toys from while i was deployed:




^My baby and its big brother^

^I'm never happy at that hour^

^He's just always confused^


I just realized i don't have any pictures of my personal toys, humm

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This isn't mine, but I have one just like it. Too lazy to take a picture it. Not a fancy shotgun, but it works just fine for my tastes, and I've brought down many a bird with it.

http://www.zanesgunrack.com/images/MD3-15.jpg
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note to self ...don't fuck with ttora members ...they all have guns

i have a few...

ruger p95 dc 9mm ...it won't win any beauty pagents. ..but it's as accurate as any pistol i've ever shot.



beretta 9000s 9mm ...looks cool but i can't hit the broad side of a barn with it.


browning auto 5 12 gague. ..no better shotgun exists. it's the most reliable gun ever. ..never jammed one time. ..even after dropping it in a mud hole.

04 Tacoma 4x4 Double Cab
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32" BFG AT's

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Just wanted to see what all you guys and gals shoot. Heres mine.

Mosin Nagant M44 (1953 hungarian i believe) ATI synthetic stock and scope rail, Bushnell 3-9x30 scope, harris bi-pod

http://community.webshots.com/album/539374144rfuxNQ

looking to get a M4 Bushmaster later this year

In CANADA these are the kind of BIG GUNS we play with :
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Crappy picture, but heres my first gun.
Marlin Papoose .22
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Crappy picture, but heres my first gun.
Marlin Papoose .22
Damn!!! You got to love the .22!!!
I my self have 3 of them!!

Here is what I got.

Its kinda blury.....
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They are: (left) .22 bolt action that belonged to my grandpa. (middle) My Marlin model 60 simi-auto. (right) My Henry lever action.

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Thats not an M1. It looks to me like a SVT-40
http://www.surplusrifle.com/svt40/index.asp
I am sure that is not a SVT, I believe it is a japanese made carbine from WW2, look at the stock and you can see the seal of the emperor, which was stamped on all Production weapons for the japanese army.
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I don't believe it is Japenese. The Japenese marked their rifles with chrysanthemums. The chrysantemum was stamped on the receiver of rifles manufactured for the Imperial Japanese Army, indicating that the rifle belonged to the Emperor. The arsenals had a marking as well but it was on the left side of the reciever not on the stock.

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browning .223 . Harris bi-pod, Simons 3-12 scope with 3 inch sunshade.
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