Which Firearms manufacturer

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  1. army mp

    army mp Member

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    Now I don’t want to know what anyone has. But which Firearms manufacturer do you own the most of for me its Ruger. With Winchester and Savage running a close second. I have several others, But multiples in these brands. This is Rifles, Shotguns, and pistols. Just wanted to see who is getting most of our money.
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    Maximilian II New Member

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  3. Terry_P

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    Ruger by a wide margin.
  4. flintlock

    flintlock Well-Known Member

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    Ruger is the largest portion, followed by Savage and T/C.
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    Winchester, but I'm working on changing that.
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    1 s&w
    2 benelli
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    I have two Marlins and two Mosin Nagants, the rest are all singles.
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    S&W, followed by Sam Colt's products
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  10. Mosin_Nagant_Fan

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    I don't own to many multiples on one particular brand. I have a Sig-Sauer pistol, a S&W revolver, one Marlin 795, a Ranger (Marlin) .22 rifle, a Westernfield (Mossberg) 16GA shotgun, a Marlin 20GA shotgun and a Mosin-Nagant. I do like Marlin, a lot, but I'm not to picky about my firearms.
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    Ruger by 1. After that its a tie between S&W and CZ
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    Tie!

    3 Taurus pistols
    3 Winchester (2 shotguns, and one .22 rifle)
    2 Marlin .22 rifles
    The rest are singles...
  13. Double D

    Double D Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Taurus,colt, springfield, high standard, kel-tec, remington, walther, ruger.
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    scudrunner New Member

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    I would have to say that its Ruger.........
  15. ampaterry

    ampaterry *TFF Admin Staff Chaplain* Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Three way tie for first:

    Ruger
    Savage
    Winchester

    The rest are all onsies and twosies -
  16. red14

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    Love it!!!



    Your answer next to your avatar.
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    Three way tie:
    MosinNagant
    Mossberg
    Hi Point
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    Five rugers in the cabinet. Next is remington with 3 and all others are singles.
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    1. Smith
    2. Browning
    3. Kimber
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