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    Posted: 07 September 2013 at 5:36pm
'Bout that time again.



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Current lineup (minus the PA-63)

Top to bottom:
1851 Colt Navy in .44
Kentucky Pistol in .50
1895 Nagant in 7.62x38R
1891/30 Mosin Nagant "Izzy" dated 1943 7.62x54R
Argentine MkIV FAL kit on a CAI Metric milled receiver 7.62x51 NATO
Chinese Type 53 in 7.62x54R dated in the mid 50's
Steyr M95/34 Austrian date scrubbed 8x56R
Western Field 815 (Mossberg 321) single-shot .22lr
Maverick-88 12ga

Some old friends who are gone but not forgotten:

CMMG 14" Nitrided M4 with MOE furniture


Springfield "GI .45" 1911, bare bones


Old family photo with the PSL-54C (7.62x54R) my PA-63 (9x18mak) 1911, .22, and 91/30.


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<Removed overly wide sig. Tsk, you know better.>
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This was my day today...

only thing that's "mine" is the 20 gauge 870 on the right.  Next to that is my dad's over/under.  On the left are my brother's guns.  Glock 17, ooold remington 1911, and the lever action rife.  Not sure what kind of rifle specifically, but it shoots 35mm rounds and he has a heck of a time finding ammo for it.  The 1911 and lever action came from my grandpa via our late great uncle.   Leaning on the wall behind those are a bunch more 12 guages of various makes and models and a .223 AR that we didn't get to shoot because the brother of the guy's farm we were at never showed with the ammo.  Oh well.  Fun day of mostly trap shooting, playing a game we call Annie Oakley


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Huh, I don't have a group photo. Will have to see if I can get one done.

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I'll take a group shot today too I think.
I haven't done that in a long, long time.
Collection hasn't grown much- its actually gotten a little bit smaller since 'the flood.'



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Mossberg defender, comes with us on our kayak trips. 
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What kind of rounds are those Johnny?
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They are Winchester PDX1's, 3 double ought buckshot pellets and a rifled slug behind them.

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My grandpa shared his thoughts on home defense rounds yesterday... for handguns, you take a hot razor blade to slice the lead a bit.  For shotguns, you load your own rounds with 8 buckshot pellets, top that off with a bit of other shot, and top all that off with onion juice.  He said that if he gets away you can just tell the cops he'll be the one showing up at the hospital with a pretty bad case of gangrene.   

I love those old stories that he has. 
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We used to cut our shotgun shells when I lived on the farm, worked great on mule/white tail.
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This is my collection minus a Mini-14, Kentucky rifle, and 10-22 international.

Most of them serve a purpose, but one of the purchases might have been heavily influenced by the movie "Snatch".
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (1) Thanks(1)   Quote Mack Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 08 September 2013 at 6:01pm
Originally posted by impulse418 impulse418 wrote:

What kind of rounds are those Johnny?


Originally posted by JohnnyCanuck JohnnyCanuck wrote:

They are Winchester PDX1's, 3 double ought buckshot pellets and a rifled slug behind them.


Hmmm . . . I'd have bet almost anything they would have been 1/4" crushed potine pellets suspended in maple syrup.
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how DARE you mock "poutine",  which we made last night, tyvm!
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Originally posted by Kayback Kayback wrote:

Huh, I don't have a group photo. Will have to see if I can get one done.

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ditto. I can only think of maybe 3 of my rifles and a shotgun I have yet to post...
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Got a chance to shoot my SR556 and M1 over the past few days. Both are EXCELLENT firearms. I only have 3 complaints about the Ruger. The firing pin retaining pin that came with it was to big and protruded from the side of the bolt carrier. About 10 minutes with a vice, hammer, and some files fixed that issue. The second complaint is that the aluminum hand guard gets hot; FAST. 60 rounds in and it was almost too hot to hold. I'm going to have to get some rails and heat shields put on ASAP. Thirdly, the front site that came with it does not adjust in increments. On a milspec sight, there is a pin that allows you to adjust the elevation in "clicks". X number of clicks = Y inches at Z meters. The Ruger's is just a straight screw, so there was a lot of guesswork to figure out how much to turn it to get the desired result. Other than that, shot like a dream. The Burris Fast Fire 3 site was a bit of a pain to zero, but she works like a charm now. 

Then there is the M-1. Semi-auto, .308, smooth as silk with an ever so satisfying "PING" to let you know you just sent 8 rounds down range. What more can I say about it?
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I actually think I still owe Robocop some pics of a pair of antique .22's my dad acquired, I forgot until I saw this thread.

Anyway, no pics for now but-

Springfield Champion Loaded 1911 .45(Nickel)
Springfield Micro 1911 .45(Duo Tone)
Glock G36 Slim .45
Winchester Model 94 (70's model) .22
Remington 700 VLS heavy barrel .308
Remington .22 bolt action from the 20's
Maadi AK-47
Savage .16 bolt-action heavy barrel

Those are my personal guns, between my dad and I (I don't keep my guns where I live) there are far more.
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Strato did you mean Savage .17?

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Lightning-yeah I actually meant to correct that, but editing on my phone sucks and I took lengthy phone call right afterwards :P
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In order of manufacture...

July of 1942 Inland Division (GM) M1 Carbine
1942 Izhevsk Mosin Nagant, cut to 16" barrel with a M1903 front sight. 
1943 Izhevsk Mosin 91/30. Stock with a scope.
1992 S&W M64-5 4" .38SPL revolver
Henry Golden Boy lever 22
Remington 870

I'm also in the process of building an AR now that I escaped the PRNJ. I owe Ceesman pics.
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Snapped a quick one of the kids. Momma shotgun is out in the car, and Poppa M-4 is at the armory for another week.

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