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    Just lucked into another Marlin Ballard in .32 Long (rimfire / centrefire with a reversible firing pin) and a Stevens Model 44 in .32-40 WCF. Scruffy bores that cleaned up not too badly, but not perfect either. Got a good price on both so can't complain. A range session will prove if they will still shoot OK or not ...



    I may have passed my "Best Before" date, but I haven't reached my "Expiry" date!

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    I bought a Stoeger M3000S with the 30 inch barrel and factory porting. I wanted to try something different on the trap range and really like it. I bought it on Sept. 11 last year and no, the date was NOT a coincidence......

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    Paid for a Vierdordt double rifle yesterday. Should be here late next week. Appears to have been re-chambered tothe 8 X 65R Brenneke cartridge. Should be a fun project!!

    Edit: Different computer and I can post the link!

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    New to me...Finn M39

    I used to have a Finn M39 many years ago and for some wild *** reason, I sold or traded it. After many remorseful years, I found another one in even better condition. It’s a VKT D barrel in excellent condition with the armory inventory tag.







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    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend Al View Post
    Just lucked into another Marlin Ballard in .32 Long (rimfire / centrefire with a reversible firing pin) and a Stevens Model 44 in .32-40 WCF. Scruffy bores that cleaned up not too badly, but not perfect either. Got a good price on both so can't complain. A range session will prove if they will still shoot OK or not ...



    You sure come up with some fantastic guns way over there. Nice find. I rarely see any single shots showing up here. Other people scarf them up before I can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earlwb View Post
    You sure come up with some fantastic guns way over there. Nice find. I rarely see any single shots showing up here. Other people scarf them up before I can.
    I dig deep and they just keep coming to the surface! I'm in the process of buying a Remington Hepburn in .45-70 next ...

    I may have passed my "Best Before" date, but I haven't reached my "Expiry" date!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earlwb View Post
    You sure come up with some fantastic guns way over there. Nice find. I rarely see any single shots showing up here. Other people scarf them up before I can.
    Stay in the game long enough, always carry a $50 deposit in your pocket, they will come.
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    Latest one is a S&W M&P 2.0 in 9mm. First striker fired pistol for me. can swap the mag release from left to right, 4 interchangable back straps, small, medium,medium - large, and large. And a grip texture on the grip that gives you a good surface to really hang on to. Bravo company torsion holster IWB holster first holster like this for me. Frank

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    Just ordered a Marlin SBL 45-70. Stainless, 18.5 inch barrel. Should be a fun rifle.
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    Glock G41 4th gen.
    KE4GWE - - - - - - Colt 1860, it just feels right.

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    a 1953 vintage Savage Model 99 in 300-Savage.
    bought from a member on this site..
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    I have 2 67A's---both shot the daylights out. My last purchase was a Glock 40 MOS. Sweet machine---no longer stock--KKM barrel, Suarez trigger, Gen 3 recoil system, Vortex Viper sight. That 10 ragged holes XTP's
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    An absolute and underappreciated classic rifle right there.
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    1891 argentine mauser made in 1900






    i have an old redfield aperture sight that will need d&t, but i like the girl.
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    Bought a old S&W top break revolver in 32 S&W because it was cheap and will probably trade or sell it after I play with it a bit. I could part it out and make a good profit but I wount do that, I ordered a new V shaped trigger spring for it from Numrich because the trigger wouldn't reset after firing and found the broken spring when I pulled the trigger guard off. It's a 4 th model that is pre 1898 and overall in decent shape.

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    Just purchased a AR7 .22 survival rifle made by Henry Arms. Before that was a S&W 10-5.
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    CZ Skorpian Evo 3 9MM Carbine. It should arrive this week. Following the purchase I then ordered enough after market parts from the US to ensure the US has a healthy trade balance with Canada for at least this year. LOL. These toys of our can get expensive. I'll post a picture once it arrives.

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    Picked up a used DPMS Panther with a fixed carry handle upper and a Magpul fore end with case, sling, and mag for $430 with tax. It was never shot and still had the tags buried in the case from new. Im happy with PSA and DPMS for plinking.

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    I found this on Saturday at a little gunshop in Story City, Iowa.
    BR-50 setup with a Winchester 52 stock, Shilen barrel, Tasco 6-18 scope all on a Norinco action.
    I have been in and out of this shop for many years, the owner is now 77 and still going. The rifle belonged to a close friend and machinist who is now in a care center. We are getting older too fast it seems.

    I don't know if he ever shot the rifle in competition, but if and when it stops snowing I am going to find out how it shoots.

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    I stop at a local gun shop at least once a week as they buy used guns from estates and most are priced well.
    I stopped yesterday morning and seen this Universal Carbine second generation about 1 hour after they set it out. I have no use for it , not really fond of M1 carbines , and need another gun like a hole in the head but this it is virtually unfired condition and got it for less than I can buy a used Hi Point carbine so the wallet just jumped out of my pocket. This was just 1 hour after talking to Cabelas and having them send a gun I found online to my local Bass Pro for me to buy if it is what I want when I see it in hand.
    So much for my downsizing.

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BP Bronze Point IMR Improved Military Rifle PTD Pointed
BR Bench Rest M Magnum RN Round Nose
BT Boat Tail PL Power-Lokt SP Soft Point
C Compressed Charge PR Primer SPCL Soft Point "Core-Lokt"
HP Hollow Point PSPCL Pointed Soft Point "Core Lokt" C.O.L. Cartridge Overall Length
PSP Pointed Soft Point Spz Spitzer Point SBT Spitzer Boat Tail
LRN Lead Round Nose LWC Lead Wad Cutter LSWC Lead Semi Wad Cutter
GC Gas Check