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Got my 6.5 Grendel Lightweight hunting rifle done. With a loaded 5rd mag and and current optics its weighs in a 6.8 Lbs. I can cut 6 ozs easy, too.

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I just sold this to get my recycling hauling business started...such a shame, but I will find another.

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Rare piece for he collection...

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Mid 1980s production Daewoo K2, imported by Stoeger and marked as a Max II. Fun fact. It is still brand new and never fired. Got it last week. It was still in cosmoline. :mrgreen:

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New registered 300BLK build.

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With a 7.62 can. Yes, the suppressor is longer than the barrel :clap:

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Here is my go to rifle and knife. Bushmaster XM-15 and a Busse basic 8.


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Just arrived, two Russian M44 carbines in really good shape.

Posted as link since something is fucking up somewhere.

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I got this Astra Cub .22 Short to compensate for my huge penis.

It's the perfect anti-Zombie weapon. With just one shot into my buddy's kneecap, I can stroll away unmolested.

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I finally got my austrian weapons licence and as an proud austrian the first Weapon has to be a Glock 17 Gen4
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Swapped a signed set of my books for a Glock.

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Just applied Cerakote to my Browning Hi Power. Managed to import the thing by mail. Color is Tungsten Gray

The slide catch, well, I just forgot to do it :roll:

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Just applied Cerakote to my Browning Hi Power. Managed to import the thing by mail. Color is Tungsten Gray

The slide catch, well, I just forgot to do it :roll:

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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.

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

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


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DoctorCandelario wrote:
mzmadmike wrote:
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.


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Another Glock for Books.

This is a pic thread only--you must have a new pic in your post.

The SN isn't visible on any of the photos I took. It was made in 1952. The Finns stopped making them about 1956, IIRC.

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DoctorCandelario 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'm just going to leave this here. My latest acquisition.

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Another gun in trade for books. IWI Jericho steel frame in .45 ACP.

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What my son has collected over the past year and a half.

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