Your next 4 must have guns, in no particular order

Discussion in 'Centerfire Pistols & Revolvers' started by 76Highboy, Oct 16, 2012.

  1. soundguy

    soundguy Well-Known Member

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    i love my P3AT
  2. garydude

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    1. winchester 1894 levergun in 44 mag,
    2. CZ in 9mm (not sure which one yet)
    3. AR 15 of some sort in 5.56
    4. AR 10 in .308

    As you can see I haven't really got much beyond the 44 mag in my planning.
  3. Appliancedude

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    1911 Springfield, or Ruger
    Henry rifle in 357
    9mm conversion for the 1911
    22lr conversion for the 1911

    I know it wasn't supposed to be in any order, but I think I need to get the 1911 before the last 2.
  4. B27

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    An Uberti 1873 short rifle in .45 Colt.

    An Ed Brown 1911 in .38 Super (already have a .45 ACP)

    An Anschutz Olympic level smallbore rifle. 1903 or 1907.

    Air Arms TX200 underlever piston air rifle.
  5. Alpo

    Alpo Well-Known Member

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    Why 45? 'Cause your pistol is 45 and you want it to match, or some other reason? I'm not a fan of the 45 Colt in rifles, myself. I've got one, but that's because that model (16" barrel with big "Ringo Kid" loop) only came in 45. Would have preferred 44/40.
  6. mjp28

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    Saying that I hit some lotto, not huge now but big enough I'd like:

    A Walther PPK, I don't know why, 007 is 50?
    A S&W airlight snubby .38

    Hmmm, still thinking....
  7. B27

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    The .44-40 cartridge is a PIA to reload.
    That short skinny neck gets crushed and you lose at least 10% of your brass to crushed and deformed necks.

    .45 Colt is easy to reload.
    I know it's easy cause I can do it. :)
  8. dad2thebone

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    A del-ton ar, a 45 wheelgun of some sort and a kimber 9 for plinking and summer carry. And a 22 Because the grandkids are all reaching the shooting age and i want them to startslow and work up to something bigger. Also a 22 is cheap to use.
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    Keltec KSG , M&P sheild 9mm, saiga 12, DB9
  10. soundguy

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    i heavily reccomend the ksg.. :)
  11. MSGT-R

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    M16-A2
    M1911
    BAR
    Tommy Gun

    It's a wish, but if wishes were horses, beggars would ride!
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    Springfield Armory 1911 Mil-Spec
    M1 Garand
    That's really all I need. ;)
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    Double barrrel, semi auto or pump action shotgun (still looking for one for a good deal), 9mm semi auto, 22 LR pistol (semi auto or revolver) and a bolt action magazine fed carbine.
  14. gdmoody

    gdmoody Moderator Supporting Member

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    I previously stated that I didn't really plan ahead and it is still that way - BUT - last week I traded off my Remington .308 for a 5.7X28 upper receiver (AR57) so now I am looking for a bolt action .308 rifle. I will primarily be looking at probably a Savage.
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  16. Big Shrek

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    Marlin X7-VH in .308

    Marlin XT22-MVSR in .22WMR

    Calico Tactical 9mm

    Keltec PMR-30 .22WMR

    That's the new listing...if I was shopping used...

    ANY High Standard pistol...

    Almost any Star pistol...

    A good Llama .45

    Marlin 7000 or 2000...
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  17. MSGT-R

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    Well, I had to change my list slightly..

    M1A1: got it yesterday for my husband.
    AR15A4: got it yesterday for me.
    M1911: looked really hard at it, I'll get it next time (it was more $$ than an AR15).
    I still want that Tommy Gun. :rolleyes:
  18. gdmoody

    gdmoody Moderator Supporting Member

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    You mean like this one:

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  19. MSGT-R

    MSGT-R Active Member

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    Yeah!

    (Oh Boy!!!!!)
  20. Zhurh

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    Got plenty of guns, always need more just the same.
    An R-25 Ar in 308 win.
    Want to get a couple more 1911's, maybe a full size or something I could carry for bear.
    I usually see a couple custom guns on Ak List, need another 30-378.
    Maybe a LWRC in 6.8; have my 6.8 stag with me all the time.
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