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PostPosted: Mon Aug 15, 2011 3:03 pm 
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i dont see why i'd carry a shotgun

however AR15/Glock 19 and if i must the 590


Have you seen my 590?

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 16, 2011 4:49 pm 
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Yeah, I wouldn't want a shotty either.

1) My 10.5 SBR AR with suppressor that I don't have yet.

2) Glock 34 that I don't have.

3) I would trade the shotgun for a 20" upper with decent glass.

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 30, 2011 7:52 pm 
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That's easy

The Mall ninja inside would like the following

Steyr AUG III with Standard Swarovski made scope and side mounted EOtech red dot sight
H&K UMP45
CZ75 SP-O1 Phantom with Insight XTI Tac light and Crimsontrace grip

The Old fashion American Survivalist in me would like these

Springfield M25 Whitefeather
Remington Super Express Magnum
Colt 1911 Combat Commander

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 30, 2011 11:08 pm 
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I have my 2 dream guns , Glock 22 is IMHO the best and most reliable .40 pistol you can own .
My Saiga 12 with quad rail , folding stock , tactical light and 15 round banana mags and 20 round drum mags .
To pick another would be a m-14 , just another beast of a rifle , super reliable and tough as nails .
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 30, 2011 11:23 pm 
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My AKM, my Glock 17, .22 conversion slide, and a long range .308 bolt gun (don't have one yet). The AK and Glock could take care of most problems out to the end of naked-eye visual range, but the .308 could cover all the extra distance out as far as your skills can go.

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 30, 2011 11:50 pm 
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What I want:
7mm modern stainless rifle with decent glass
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Kimber 1911 45acp
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and a 22LR rifle or a larger capacity 12ga pump depending on the situation.
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KelTec KSG 12ga
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 01, 2011 12:38 am 
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1. A semi auto in 30-06 - an m1 or 7400 Remington
2. A Rossi matched pair Model S12-223RBS 12Ga / 223Rem.
3. Ruger Blackhawk convertible in .357/ 9mm.
The 30-06 has the distance, the matched pair brakes down and pack easily and the blackhawk can shot 3 different types calibers.

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 01, 2011 1:03 am 
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If I have to physically carry all three with me....

An AR-15 in 5.56 with an EOTECH and a one point sling. An M320 in the backpack would make a nice bonus. :twisted:

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For hunting, a compact Ruger 10/22 with a suppressor and a small scope. Very common ammunition, quiet, and you wouldn't have to use 5.56 ammo to hunt squirrels.

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I'd also take a sidearm, but I'm split on which it would be.

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On one hand, the Glock would have more commonly available ammo and spare parts, and I have more range time with it. However, from personal experience the sight of a big shiny magnum revolver scares the shit out of some people with ill intent. I suppose the Glock would be better in a pinch, but the Colt might prevent the situation from happening. I wouldn't count on it,though.


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 01, 2011 1:44 am 
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Why not a .22 conversion bolt or dedicated squirrel-popping upper for your AR instead? I think this while idea of carrying 3 guns is a pretty flawed concept anyway. If you have ever carried around a rifle, pistol, and a goodly amount of mags around rough terrain for any significant amount of time, the weight wears on you no matter how good of shape you are in. I think there is very little an AK/AR and your combat pistol of choice, plus a .22 conversion for one of the above can't do for most purposes.

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My Three:

1.) An AK-74m with a surefire light (no optics).
2.) An SBS pistol-grip Remington 870 with the same flashlight (no optics).
3.) My FNP40 with TLR-1.

A .22 would be cool for small animals, but I live in a city, so really no use besides sewer rats and birds :\

EDIT: Name change.

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PotatoMuncher wrote:
2.) An SBR pistol-grip Mossberg 870 with the same flashlight (no optics).


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2.) An SBR pistol-grip Mossberg 870 with the same flashlight (no optics).


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LOL excuse my retardation. I'm on my 10th hour of my night shift. -___________-

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 01, 2011 8:14 am 
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A cut down 1887 for any indoors or close range work needed:
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We aren't really able to get pistols too easy in New Zealand, but I'm planning on getting the correct license and I want one of these so freakin' bad!
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And realistically I'd have a take down .22(Probably just a single shot Rossi as they're cheap and simple).

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 02, 2011 4:59 pm 
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I've just had a look at that, am I reading it right ?
It has two tube magazines and you can select which one you're feeding from, so you could have a choice of two different loads ?

Neat.

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 02, 2011 9:22 pm 
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For a rifle I'd take my ar
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For handguns I'd have to go wtih my H&K P2000. I have a insight m3 light on it which is not in the pic.
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Instead of a shotugn I'd take my ruger super blackhawk 44 mag
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Man you got some ugly toes! :lol:

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 02, 2011 10:16 pm 
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H&K .40 USP Tac
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 03, 2011 2:32 pm 
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Not really a "Dream" since I have what I need, and they are sufficient enough.

~(2nd one down) Double-Star AR-15 w/ Scoutlight; Would like to add a green SF Laser and a Remington 870 MCS underneath. Full Auto would be nice. This would be my EDC
~(Bottom); S&W .40 GVE w/ Insight M4. Would like to have a Crimson Trace laser, but can make due wit-out.
~(Top) Remington 700 (.223); Uses the same ammo as my AR.

If I couldn't have an 870 MCS mounted under my AR, then I would take the 3rd one down, my 870 Marine Magnum. I would take the pistol grip off, and have a Stock/Pistol grip combo.

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An AK-47

A Kimber sidearm of any make.....because I'll never be able to afford one in real life

A Rossi matched pair like above in 12 ga and .223, but with the barrel short (12 ga), stuck in a small of the back holster, for that emergency room clear or last minute Zed sweep....Brisco County Jr. style!

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I've always wanted that rifle, but I'm actually pretty good on this particular niche, it's pretty expensive ($2,500+ just for the rifle) and I'd have a hard time justifying the extra cost even if it weren't for the fact that my wife would likely murder me for bringing something else home.

Edit : On the other two I'm changing my answer and going back to my roots,

Fletcher Custom BHP w/beavertail
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That FN Fal is pretty nice, azreal!

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i wish i could have one.

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I don't have pics to post of my own crap since I don't get home for another few weeks, but....

My Fav 1911
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Rem 700 .308 with a little love!
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