Hi New to Firearms

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by drumfreak1987, Dec 5, 2011.

  1. gun-nut

    gun-nut Member

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    I agree the more the marryer!! i have had over 13 diffrent MN's Still have a Fin and the Rush. Love them And i just saw in the G&A mag a listing for the 91/30 for $79.99 but the ammo is a wood crate for 880 Rds. for $189.99 thats from the Kentucky Gun Co. (I think the ammo is a bit steep!) But it is the Russian ammo.
  2. Juker

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    Well darn, Alpo, I've got that brand new Glock all wrapped up and ready to send you for Christmas.

    (sigh) Reckon I'll just keep it. ;)
  3. bakerconch

    bakerconch New Member

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    Hello and Welcome!
  4. 1 Eyed Jack

    1 Eyed Jack New Member

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    Welcome to the forum, a gun would be a great gift to me,
  5. howlnmad

    howlnmad Well-Known Member

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    I know I'd love it if my kids put a firearm under the tree for me. :dancingdots:
  6. Rhuga

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    Howdy Pardner. Welcome to our forum where we exercise our right to free speech.

    The gift of a firearm to me is the best thing that I can think of. Oh, don't forget the ammo. lol
  7. TheGunClinger

    TheGunClinger Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Welcome! Anyone wants to give me a gun I'll accept it in a heartbeat especially knowing what it would mean to the givers. I bought three Mosins and gave one to my two nephews and ketp one for me. Both of them love them and didnt have any problems accepting them as a gift from me.
    I also accept ammo, components, accesories etc. My only quirk in gifting is that I tell my wife..dont buy tools for me and I wont buy clothes for you.;)
  8. Crpdeth

    Crpdeth Well-Known Member

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    Good to see another drummer on board...

    I have one firearm in my collection that I'll never get rid of. It is the ugliest old 12 gauge shotgun you've ever seen, given to me by a good friend who knew I was having a bad day... He really didn't have the money, but sold a couple things including the tape measure on his belt in order to finish off the bargaining.

    I had a very decent collection when he walked in with that thing, all of those guns have slowly trickled away and have been replaced many times through the years, but "Grandpappy" still stands proud over in the corner, cracked stock, worn trigger and all.

    Buy him the Mosin... He'll think of you every time he gets it out, for the rest of his life.
  9. gun runner

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    I would get him something other than a firearm. Im just sayin'
  10. pickenup

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    Welcome to The Firearms Forum.
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