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PostPosted: Mon Feb 13, 2017 12:33 am 
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Well, I held off 42 days before buying a gun this year.

This double rifle was originally in flintlock, converted to percussion. Appears to be .58 caliber, possibly German.

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 21, 2017 7:46 pm 
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Got in a Sig 250, traded for a set of my books, autographed:

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Recently got in a Steyr contract Dutch cavalry carbine:

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My girlfriend acquired this 16 gauge Belgian hammered double, with damascus barrels:


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mzmadmike wrote:
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That's not early production, is it? I'd hate to think so.

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Finnish Valmet Orava .22 cadet trainer.


Per serial, made in the seventies. Ex-Venezuelan army.


Let's try this again, as a courtesy:

Do you see at the top, where it says "PICS AND LINKS ONLY"?

Your post must contain a pic, or the mods will come around and remove it.

Additionally, you're wrong. Venezuela had nothing to do with this Finnish gun, that was made in 1952, and I have no idea how you came up with that.

This is a Brazilian Garrucha from my collection:

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I know its been a long time, but Im not wrong. Because I was speaking about my pistol, not about your Finnish rifle. You asked (or rather inquired) if my pistol was early production, to which I replied "Per serial, made in the seventies, ex-Venezuelan army". obviously speaking about the Hi Power.

condescending tone was not neccesary :wink:

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My zombie squished build so far. I finally have a complete lower with a handrail on its way! How awesum is it!
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Here are my pics.

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One hole test target!

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 14, 2017 11:21 pm 
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My new wife likes old doubles. This will be her Christmas present:

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Someone threw a DPMS AR10 at me, cheap.

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Someone threw an AR10 at me, cheap.

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I can't read the maker. I've been drooling over those Del-ton Echos and the DPMS AR10.

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My inbound submachine gun. Hopefully the stamp clears before the end of 2018.

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 29, 2017 6:53 pm 
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Inbound, two machine guns.

Stemple Suomi that also comes with the .45 conversion kit, tactical stock and suppressor.

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And a WWII Reising bringback refitted with a Garand stock. Post apoc AF.

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 16, 2018 1:38 am 
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Yugo SKS. Some twit circumcised the grenade launcher. I will fix.

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Glock 34 that someone stippled, but it shoots okay.

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The pew-pew-pew fairy left this for me at my LGS:

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Apologies for the blurry pics. Holding a phone over your head and keeping it steady when you have arthritis in both shoulders isn't easy.

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A couple of .308 AR's. An LMT 308 MWS and a Franken-AR (that, surprisingly, actually runs)....



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Here's photos of my new drilling. 16 gauge over 9.3X72R. Better photos later.

EDIT: No, not a Luftwaffe drilling, and as you may see in the photos (I didn't before then) it seems to have some cracks in the receiver. The dealer, being a gentleman, let me trade for another, differently cool drilling with 8X58R under 16 gauge.

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Here's photos of my new drilling. 16 gauge over 9.3X72R. Better photos later.

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Is that one of the Nazi Luftwaffe drillings?

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 19, 2018 11:06 am 
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Since we found cracks on the first drilling, I swapped out for this one.

16 gauge over 7.7X58R, which is neither the Danish nor Sauer variant. ACHIEVEMENT UNLOCKED! Finding a caliber _I've_ never heard of.

Zeiss scope on a claw mount.

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Love those side x sides. And all AKs.

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