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    Must haves for my ultimate gun collection

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    1. Glock 21 - .45 ACP that is reliable and fun to shoot --- Got it
    2. Smith & Wesson Model 29 - .44 magnum revolver, think dirty harry -- need it
    3. Colt Python - .357 Magnum, total fun --- Got it
    4. Walther P38 - 9 mm pistol that was developed by Walther as the service pistol of the Wehrmacht at the beginning of World War II. --- Need it
    5. Colt M1911 - .45 Auto and grandfather of all auto pistols --- need it
    6. Remmington M700 - .308 Rifle w/Leupold fixed x10 power scope --- Got it and love its delicious accuracy
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    Benelli M3 Super 90 - 12 gauge tactical shotgun --- Got it... and invite anyone to break in at night
    8. Cheytac M200 Intervention - .408 Long range rifle w/Leupold tactical scope --- Need it but so can't afford it right now ::sniff::
    9. Barrett
    Model 82A1 - .50 Long rang rifle w/Leupold tactical scope... and an absolute beast --- need it but would have to move to legally own it
    10. Auto Assault-12 - Automatic 12 gauge shotgun that can fire 300 rounds per minute --- Need it!!! (Yeah, I know, its only for military use, but please don't ruin it for me)

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    I have the 1911, P-38 and the Rem 700. Love them all. In the process of building a short barreled, suppressed AR in 9mm. If you never shot one, you need to. sub-sonic 9mm rounds are available off the shelf.

    Building an AR in 6.5 Grendel. You gotta love the flat trajectory, accurate out to 1200m, and the rounds fit in a standard AR mag. Gonna be my new deer rifle.

    SPAS-12 Love those.

    MP-5....god I wish I had $20,000 for a registered full auto.
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    Still waiting on my Vulcan cannon.

    Always wanted a Beretta 9mm.

    I use my Ruger .22 for target practice and my Crosman .177 CO2 for gophers.

    Ya, I'm in to the big caliber stuff. :P

    We have a Walter P38 actually at the house, but I've never gotten around to shooting it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by teratos View Post
    I have the 1911, P-38 and the Rem 700. Love them all. In the process of building a short barreled, suppressed AR in 9mm. If you never shot one, you need to. sub-sonic 9mm rounds are available off the shelf.

    Building an AR in 6.5 Grendel. You gotta love the flat trajectory, accurate out to 1200m, and the rounds fit in a standard AR mag. Gonna be my new deer rifle.

    SPAS-12 Love those.

    MP-5....god I wish I had $20,000 for a registered full auto.
    Yeah, the sub 9mm is very fun to shoot, and pretty accurate.

    MP-5... I see you have champagne taste as well... salute!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tegraphile View Post
    Still waiting on my Vulcan cannon.

    Always wanted a Beretta 9mm.

    I use my Ruger .22 for target practice and my Crosman .177 CO2 for gophers.

    Ya, I'm in to the big caliber stuff. :P

    We have a Walter P38 actually at the house, but I've never gotten around to shooting it.
    .... me too!
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    See, not all tree-hugging, cappuccino-sipping, corporate-chastising, Socialism-loving Liberals hate guns... just as long as they're in the right hands.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tegraphile View Post
    See, not all tree-hugging, cappuccino-sipping, corporate-chastising, Socialism-loving Liberals hate guns... just as long as they're in the right hands.
    ****... I guess there are a few of you.

    BTW, nobody advocates background checks more than I do. But since we can't even get people to produce ID when they vote, I seriously doubt the ACLU crowd will support serious background checks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gumby View Post
    ****... I guess there are a few of you.

    BTW, nobody advocates background checks more than I do. But since we can't even get people to produce ID when they vote, I seriously doubt the ACLU crowd will support serious background checks.
    Doesn't a background check imply profiling?
    And the US of A would never profile anyone right?
    That would be racist!



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    Quote Originally Posted by tegraphile View Post
    Still waiting on my Vulcan cannon.

    Always wanted a Beretta 9mm.

    I use my Ruger .22 for target practice and my Crosman .177 CO2 for gophers.

    Ya, I'm in to the big caliber stuff. :P

    We have a Walter P38 actually at the house, but I've never gotten around to shooting it.
    My old man had one but sold it before I was old enough to stop him!
    I did get a chance to shoot it once or twice though....oh the memories.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tegraphile View Post
    Still waiting on my Vulcan cannon.

    Always wanted a Beretta 9mm.

    I use my Ruger .22 for target practice and my Crosman .177 CO2 for gophers.

    Ya, I'm in to the big caliber stuff. :P

    We have a Walter P38 actually at the house, but I've never gotten around to shooting it.
    You do realize that you are headed straight to hell until you repent of this grave sin.
    "People sleep peaceably in their beds at night because rough men are willing to do violence on their behalf."
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