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I'll be purchasing my cousin's Remington 870 once I find a job. Then I'm looking at buying a Mini-14 after that.
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im getting a desert eagle
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Tae Kwon Do Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09 June 2005 at 12:33pm

Originally posted by redneckdeerhunt redneckdeerhunt wrote:

im getting a desert eagle

Right....


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Reb Cpl, do you shoot that .30-40 much? Where do you buy ammo at?reload?

My dad "came up" on a NICE .30-40 Krag rifle that seems like it was custom-made. The only thing it says on the receiver is "30-40 Imp.", and then it says "Spain" a bit farther up the barrel.

I personally own a single-shot .410 shotgun, Savage .22 Magnum bolt-action, Winchester 1300 " Black Shadow" 12ga., a Winchester 1100 "defender" 8-shot with some goodies attached, and an all-black Remington 700 in .270 Win.

The .30-40 honestly split my wig one time! I was shooting it like an idiot from a truck, and I just wasn't holding it tight enough, and when I shot it split my forehead wide open, and blood started streaming into my eye...it sucked.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Klaus Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09 June 2005 at 12:53pm

30-40 krag story time....

My history teacher was explaining how those "fancy new winchester rifles" helped us beat the spanish in the Spanish-American war...he said "We had those quick shooting lever actions, while they were stuck with old muzzle loaders..."

I raised my hand, said "Mr. (gigglefuzz), We were armed with the 30-40 Krag bolt action rifle, from Norway...and the Spanish were armed with Spanish Mausers, and incidently, one of the first automatic rifles ever..." 

"No, they had winchesters"

"You can see the trapdoor feed on the side of the gun in the picture Mr. (gigglefuzz)."

"Thats just a sling mount or something"

"My uncle hunts with one, Mr. (gigglefuzz)...I know what they look like"

"Thats insubordination, 50 minutes detention"

Luckily, hes wrong alot, and if anyone argues, he gives them detention, but the secratiaries just let me off...

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No guns here. Not that I don't like 'em but parents won't let me. We also live in the city so it's a nice 40 minute drive to the shooting range so thats sucks. But when I turn 18 I'm going to save up for something nice, maybe AR-15,M4. Yea yea un-orginal but meh.

There is a american company that makes some sweet knives. Starts with S or something. Trying to figure out the companys name. These knives are like $200 and up. Made out of surgical steel etc etc. Anyone know the company I'm talking about?

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^I don't know, but I know Benchmade and Boker's are some pretty serious knives!

Kershaws are nice, too.
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Found it, http://www.striderknives.com



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Originally posted by Zesty Zesty wrote:

Reb Cpl, do you shoot that .30-40 much? Where do you buy ammo at?reload?

My dad "came up" on a NICE .30-40 Krag rifle that seems like it was custom-made. The only thing it says on the receiver is "30-40 Imp.", and then it says "Spain" a bit farther up the barrel.

I personally own a single-shot .410 shotgun, Savage .22 Magnum bolt-action, Winchester 1300 " Black Shadow" 12ga., a Winchester 1100 "defender" 8-shot with some goodies attached, and an all-black Remington 700 in .270 Win.

The .30-40 honestly split my wig one time! I was shooting it like an idiot from a truck, and I just wasn't holding it tight enough, and when I shot it split my forehead wide open, and blood started streaming into my eye...it sucked.

They're wonderful rifles. My brother paid $150 for his, a guy was selling off a collection.

The ammunition we came by was at an old gun shop near me, a hole in the wall place. However, I think Gander Mountain carries it. They just opened one near me and I haven't had the chance to go there and check it out yet. It's a pretty good bet that you can get it through them though.



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^Thanks for the info and quick reply. They are definitely good guns, especially for guys like ym dad who don't usually take shots much past 150 yards, and he's usually hunting hogs, so he needs the knockdown power.

I know the Krag isn't very high velocity, but it's kinda the perfect gun for someone like my dad...if ammo were more available that is!

I actually took down my first hog with the 30-40, it hits hard with 180 grain slugs.
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My brother and I did a number on a hanging sandbag with the Kraig.

He deer hunted with is last season, with no luck, I was going to try it out, but stick to my heavy old .303 for that.

I'd love to go hog hunting someday....but there aren'y many here in upstate NY.



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This is what I have, Italics are upgraded/modified :

Rifles- M1 Garand (30-0-06), CETME (Win .308), SKS (7.62 x 39), Savage-Anshutz (.22L), 6.5 Carcano (6.5 x 54).

Carbines- Kel-Tec Sub 2000 (9mm Luger)

Shotguns- Ithica Model 37 (12ga), Ithica Model 900 (12ga)

Pistols- SAM 1911 (.45acp), Steyr S-40 (.40 S&W)

I want a high power bolt target rifle, but the ones I like are thousands of dollars so I won't buy one soon. I would also like an AR-10 lower and then an 50BMG and M-4 upper to go with it and exchange as I see fit. Now that would be an AR! I thought about putting together a tiny AK with a compensator and huge ammo drum since the assualt weapons ban is over and I can play with the cheap imports and shoot up my SKS ammo. However, I decided that I don't need to buy anymore for awhile.

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Someday I'd like to get my hands on a Garand, but the 800-1200 bucks isn't exactly handy just now. And they're gonna be harder and harder to find by the time I own one.

I saw an M1 carbine in the Want ads one day. 600 bucks. I didn't have the cash and I cried.



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Originally posted by Reb Cpl Reb Cpl wrote:

Someday I'd like to get my hands on a Garand, but the 800-1200 bucks isn't exactly handy just now. And they're gonna be harder and harder to find by the time I own one.

They will get hard to find. You can get a real one for $500. You need to become a member of CMP and buy a service grade. Mine came in as a great shooter and the worst you would have to do is refinish the stock. Garands have forged recievers !

http://www.odcmp.com/Services/Rifles/m1garand.htm#Service

 



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does anyone have any info on the nra
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Originally posted by Reb Cpl Reb Cpl wrote:

Someday I'd like to get my hands on a Garand, but the 800-1200 bucks isn't exactly handy just now. And they're gonna be harder and harder to find by the time I own one.

I saw an M1 carbine in the Want ads one day. 600 bucks. I didn't have the cash and I cried.

Garands are pretty awesome, as I said earlier my dad has 13 (if you include parts to build them that are just not assembled).  We have many different varieties a special one that was used as a sniper in WWII with a flash supressor and scope, all original.  Our most valuble one is one that has a matching serial number with another M1.  For a while Winchester and the Springfield Armory made a mistake and made a few rifles that had identical serial numbers, we have one of those from Winchseter, and we got it from the CMP.  Garands are great rifles and worth the money, if you can afford it.



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im to young to own any but my grandpa has a few that i use.

remington 1100 youth 20 guage

sort sort of 6 mil. rilfe

contender pistol with 357,33 hornet,and 22 rimfire

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Originally posted by Random_Person Random_Person wrote:

Originally posted by Reb Cpl Reb Cpl wrote:

Someday I'd like to get my hands on a Garand, but the 800-1200 bucks isn't exactly handy just now. And they're gonna be harder and harder to find by the time I own one.

I saw an M1 carbine in the Want ads one day. 600 bucks. I didn't have the cash and I cried.

Garands are pretty awesome, as I said earlier my dad has 13 (if you include parts to build them that are just not assembled).  We have many different varieties a special one that was used as a sniper in WWII with a flash supressor and scope, all original.  Our most valuble one is one that has a matching serial number with another M1.  For a while Winchester and the Springfield Armory made a mistake and made a few rifles that had identical serial numbers, we have one of those from Winchseter, and we got it from the CMP.  Garands are great rifles and worth the money, if you can afford it.

haha wanna sell one?



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No thanks Reb, but if I ever do, I'll keep you in mind.


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