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Recently acquired a surprisingly great condition used Ruger P94 DAO 9mm. Expecting a SW model 4043 also in DAO soon.

I'll retire my SIG P250 (40) in favor for Glock 22 for duty carry at work. Before long I may pick up Glock 21sf to compliment the 22.


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I'm about to buy my first rifle so that's where my mind is.

Either a Weatherby Vanguard (my wallet would like that) or a Sauer 202 (my heart would like that).
I'll probably settle for a Tikka T3 because I can't make my mind up... In .308W anyway.

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Probably going to order a Marlin 1895SBL in the next few weeks. Need to get a loading setup for 45/70 as well.


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Saw a used Tikka 695 in .30-06 on sale in a town nearby today. Think I'm going to go there this week and ask to testfire it. (It's a rural gunshop that has it's own range.)

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A Kahr CM9, a 11.5" 5.56 upper, some flavor of Savage with accutrigger in .270, and my CHL.

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Not lusting so much as dreaming they'll make one soon, the Ruger Precision Rifle in 308 with a left handed action.

I've sold several of these and shot them from both shoulders and it works from the left but not as nicely as from the right. I would love a dedicated LH action on one.
Until then...


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Who does not want a 20mm auto cannon that is only 13kgs.


But serious I would love a FN Fal long barrel with a bipod and a good scope

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I've wanted some cap and ball revolvers for a while.

I'd like a Colt Dragoon, because of True Grit. I also read recently that Harriett Tubman had one, but I haven't been able to confirm that.

I'd like a pepperbox revolver, but it seems like there is only a junky kit gun and then originals.


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I'm kinda hot for a dedicated rimfire can. I had planned on buying a combo lathe and mill and making one, but I've dumped all my saved fun money in to building a 30"x40" metal garage. A mall ninja'ed out 22/45 would be super-badass and cool.

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Really liking the Sako TRG-22 in 6.5 Creedmoor.

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brothaman wrote:
I'm kinda hot for a dedicated rimfire can.

I'm shopping around and debating on an integral 9mm upper, .22 can or an integral 10/22 barrel - trying to track down if Huntertown ever started production on their 10/22TD integral.

I know the answer is all of the above, but which one first?

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Dogan wrote:
brothaman wrote:
I'm kinda hot for a dedicated rimfire can.

I'm shopping around and debating on an integral 9mm upper, .22 can or an integral 10/22 barrel - trying to track down if Huntertown ever started production on their 10/22TD integral.

I know the answer is all of the above, but which one first?


I'm looking at the Thompson Wasp. I'm specifically going for a tiny setup. If I weren't, I'd go for a small 9mm can that I could run on a 22. I have shot that Huntertown 9mm can on 9mm and a 22lr rifle. I think its good to go. So a 9mm can might be your best start. If I were looking for a a small 9mm can, I want the Thompson Poseidon. No the new one. The old one that looks like a dildo. Not that it performs better than anything else,.. just because I'm a super sexual being.

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Today I have the list for a Smith and Wesson Model 617 with a 6" barrel. Have a nasty fixation on shooting volume .22, my shop seems to be overflowing with the stuff...

Also,a used Browning Buckmark came into the shop, I can pick it up for$150, so I might grab that as well or instead of a 617. but I REALLY WANT the 617, just might not be in the budget.

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FreuderLocks wrote:
Today I have the list for a Smith and Wesson Model 617 with a 6" barrel. Have a nasty fixation on shooting volume .22, my shop seems to be overflowing with the stuff...

Also,a used Browning Buckmark came into the shop, I can pick it up for$150, so I might grab that as well or instead of a 617. but I REALLY WANT the 617, just might not be in the budget.

-FreuderLocks

The simple answer, as I'm sure you know, is both. Get the Buckmark now, save for the 617 later.

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Hey everyone:

I am currently lusting after a way to mount a scope on my SKS that does not use the dust cover & will allow me to use stripper clips. What can I say, I'm a dreamer...

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MPMalloy wrote:
Hey everyone:

I am currently lusting after a way to mount a scope on my SKS that does not use the dust cover & will allow me to use stripper clips. What can I say, I'm a dreamer...


I think Brass Stacker makes a mount that takes the place of the rear sight.

On topic, I'd like to see Ruger make a .45 ACP version of the GP100.

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I am lusting after a Gen 3 Glock 17 (I don't like the feel of the Gen 4), a Smith & Wesson M&P 22-15, and something for PCC like the CZ Scorpion Carbine or a AR 9mm that takes Glock mags.

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