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Gun & Target Hobbyist and Enthusiast Club

By TigerLaw

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#82 3 years ago

New little approval.

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#92 3 years ago

A pair of worthy service .45s
'43 Colt 1911
1917 S&W Army Revolver

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#100 3 years ago

Remington .308 wickedness.

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#109 3 years ago
Quoted from Nevus:

Nice weather today at the range.

Sweet! My next to favorite weapon. #1 might have to be it's M1 predecessor.

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#115 3 years ago
Quoted from Taxman:

I can't believe I missed this thread. Am I going to be the only Connecticut member?


#116 3 years ago

With the season premier of the Walking Dead this weekend, seemed an appropriate time for the Python.

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#118 3 years ago

T-2 days... Till TSHTF...

Who finds the wrong end of Lucille?

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#121 3 years ago
Quoted from Travish:

We were walking aisles and saw a 1919 kit with the barrel just laying in the jacket.

Sweet! Think it was an original auto or one of the newer semi-auto production?

#126 3 years ago

A nice group that covers about 6 decades of heroism. A salute to our veterans!!

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#129 3 years ago
Quoted from Shredso:

In the market for a simple .22 rifle to teach the kids on.

Hard to beat a nice Ruger 10/22 for the money. Easy to customize into a great .22 target rifle.

#132 3 years ago

SKS is a great rifle. Reliable and built like a tank! It's made to upgrade, kinda like the Mosin Nagant.

#141 3 years ago

Sometimes small is cool.

My little German Haenel Schmeisser 25cal. Mid 1920's or so.

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#144 3 years ago

Nice little Astra!

Here's my Astra .25 in "gangsta'" form.

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#153 3 years ago
Quoted from xsvtoys:

Looks like all 5 of those nice grandfathered 15 rd mags for the P94 will have to be gone by next July (CA SB-1446 no commentary on this here, just making the observation).

Commentary might be that the list of names associated with the flood of California anti gun bills in 2016 have big "-D's" linked beside them.
You get to vote again in a couple weeks.

#154 3 years ago
Quoted from Travish:

Looks like they got good taste in Tennessee. We have a lot of the same stuff.

Hey, we're neighbors! (I'm also originally from North Carolina)

#158 3 years ago
Quoted from xsvtoys:

My bad, that post edited.
Back to our regularly scheduled programming...

I admit to bad posting also.... I completely forgot rule #1. No more political comments.... (if possible)

#159 3 years ago

The AR platform is about the most fun mod available. Limitless options.

At the range, the .50 Cal Beowulf SBR always manages to get a WTF look from the guy on the bench next door.

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#160 3 years ago
Quoted from davebart5:

I've been really happy with the Aimpoint PRO optic.

Agree 100% I love my Aimpoint scopes. They are excellent!! Did you buy those lens caps separately or did they come with your Aimpoint scope? I like the flip ups, helps prevent loosing the caps.

#162 3 years ago
Quoted from Kronlar:

On the AR side, my two rigs are both SBR with suppressors. 300BLK and 9MM.

Isn't the subsonic suppressed .300 fantastic! First time I loaded some I couldn't believe it. Totally no need for hearing protection. All you could hear was the action of the bolt and the bullet hitting the paper target. CRAZY!

#166 3 years ago

Keeping the thread alive!

Another Colt snake gun. The great Anaconda.

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#170 2 years ago
Quoted from Travish:

I just moved and got everything out.
I haven't seen the back of this in years.

You're tempting me! I haven't seen some of my rifles on the back row in a LONG time. They probably could use a little loving and a good coat of oil.

#171 2 years ago

Could be a whole separate string.... "Guns You Regret Selling".

An original Barrett Model 82.

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#175 2 years ago

Yes, love the lever guns.
The cool old Winchester 1895 in 30-06.

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#177 2 years ago
Quoted from Erik:

Recommended product for removing rust but not bluing? If such a thing exists!

Have you tried giving a good scrubbing with CLP?
Hoppe's #9 has a rust remover also I believe.

#179 2 years ago

Tape it to the front of a nice brick of Tannerite. A better bang for your buck.

#185 2 years ago
Quoted from dtowndobe:

I want to store the pistols in a safe along with important docs and such.

A friend of mine bought this Stack-On at the local Home Depot. It looks very nice and good price.

#187 2 years ago
Quoted from Erik:

Is there a specific type of foam I should buy for replacement?

Yes, there is replacement foam available. You can cut it to the size/shapes needed. Shop Amazon. Good selection and prices.
You can find it by "gun case foam", "Pelican foam" and others.

#193 2 years ago

I think it's cool when you have some history on a firearm. Colt provides a great service in tracing back their guns.
My 1st Gen SAA in 32 WCF.

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#196 2 years ago
Quoted from xTheBlackKnightx:

I am partial to semi-autos and laser sighting.
Colt, Beretta, Glock, AMT, and Smith & Wesson.

Don't forget the Sigs.

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#201 2 years ago
Quoted from DeathHimself:

Hence why when you do post never show serial numbers

If they are legal, why would that really matter? (honest question)
I can go in my local gun shops and write down serial numbers all day long.

#203 2 years ago
Quoted from Phantom1911:

But to go along with the ammo porn, here's some ammo making porn.

Nothing wrong with posting nice equipment! I use an RCBS progressive. Not as nice as that... (looks like a Dillon).
It's the only way you can make custom rounds. I can't buy subsonic .300 as well as I can make them on the press.
And for long range shooting... No way I can get the accuracy from my .300 Win Mag with off the shelf ammo that I can get with hand loads.
I used to hand load for IHMSA competition using a Thompson Center in 7mm TCU. Try to find that load at your local gun shop.

#204 2 years ago
Quoted from DeathHimself:

There are several reasons why you shouldn't publically have your serial number exposed in unsecured public access, pretty much the same why you wouldn't want your cars license plate exposed.
Yes you can write down all the serials from the FFL all you want, the same way you can go to a car dealership and write down all the vins you want of the cars you looked at. Once it's registered to you it's a total different story for your security reasons.

I understand concern. It's a real mixed bag of opinions. (Imagine that here on Pinside!!)
You can write down my license plate if you want, just catch me (or anyone else) on the road. I believe I even posted it on the Pinside Car Club thread! Here's the link!
Go online and you can get gun serial numbers by the boat load on about any gun auction site.
I may be just waiting for the fall or maybe I'm just now too old to worry about it.

#207 2 years ago
Quoted from Kronlar:

A couple of the main reasons not to post serials were always 1) not wanting govt to tie the number to you if it wasn't already, and 2) people turning in the number to their police dept as stolen. They could then say they saw you posting it for sale and you lose it if you can't provide proof of purchase.
I always thought both were pretty far fetched scenarios, but those are a couple of the reasons used regularly.

Absolutely agree with both points if they apply.
1- Don't post a serial number if you haven't had it registered to you through the ATF.
2- Ditto the above reason

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#214 2 years ago
Quoted from woody24:

Anyone have any experience with places milling a sight onto a gun? I've got a Colt Mustang Pocketlite, but the front sight is CNC'd with the slide. The rear sight is a dovetail sight. Just curious if I want to go through the trouble and money to have someone add a dovetail to the front sight.

Great little gun. Personally with a small pocket gun and the likely distance to target (pretty darn close), I'd leave the front sight as-is.

My pocket carry is the similar P938. Although it has a dove tailed front sight, I've not yet found the need to adjust it.

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#217 2 years ago
Quoted from Kronlar:

Carry a 1911 officer now. A bit bigger, but I like it.

.... you Texans...

#220 2 years ago

You gotta' love the hobby... Choot EM!

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#222 2 years ago

Anyone else find themselves branching out and picking up those strange fringe additions?
Like a good Polish Observation Outpost geiger counter. Never know when those radiated Z-pox infected invaders might try to move in...

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#225 2 years ago

More revolver love. The S&W Mod 66 (no dash).

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#226 2 years ago

Probably qualifies in the "target" portion of the club. (:

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#229 2 years ago

So punks... is this thread dyin'?
Come'on... "Make My Day!"

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#232 2 years ago
Quoted from Razorbak86:

"I love the smell of black powder in the morning


#237 2 years ago

Savage 110 BA 300 Win Mag
Vortex 6-24x50
Rifle Basix trigger pack

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#238 2 years ago
Quoted from RobT:

Daryl, is that you?

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#239 2 years ago

After many years of wanting one, I finally picked up a nice numbers matching 1940 Police Eagle/L Mauser Luger.
A nice period correct '42 holster to go along with it.

Anyone else finally pickup that gun that you've been waiting for?

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#247 2 years ago
Quoted from Nevus:

The twelve year old has discovered WW2 and wanted to shoot the K98. Fun day.

He's "da' man!" The 98 can kick like a mule after a few rounds if it's got that metal butt plate like mine.

#248 2 years ago
Quoted from Nevus:

The twelve year old has discovered WW2...

Great way to teach your 12 yo about the war history. Probably my favorite era of guns.

Not worth much, but I love my old British jungle carbine. Lot of history and heroism in these old guns.

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#249 2 years ago

An old video but I think it shows that the Slide Fire shoots pretty well.... I just don't!

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#255 2 years ago
Quoted from Dante:

I would love to do some of my AK mags, as those things always look like they came from the bottom of some wet/rusty Russian ship.

GREAT gun. I love the Pap AK pistol. The Bulgarian polymer mags are nice and help take care of that rusty Russian ship effect.
The Pap is also great for an SBR conversion.

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#256 2 years ago

The new Zombie Hoard fix. 9mm AR conversion.

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#258 2 years ago
Quoted from Dante:

Yep, I have a bunch of those too. But for the price, you can't beat these old beat up rusty Russian mags from the local gun show

But isnt' there a tax stamp/fee involved? Something like $200/$300? Someone at the range told me to pick up the fore-arm brace for ~$125 as it will help with your accuracy

Yes, $200 tax stamp and months of waiting. The braces work great for that added bit of accuracy. @_@

#260 2 years ago
Quoted from navajas:

.. On the other hand I am currently awaiting my suppressor to clear. :-/

Which suppressor are you waiting for? I picked up a Rugged Surge 762. I liked it cause it worked great for everything 5.56 - 300 Win Mag.

#263 2 years ago
Quoted from Strummy:

Connecticut gun laws are almost as bad as California these days. Dam there's some beautiful guns out there that I just can't have!

Which shotgun is that? Looks a lot like my Winchester Defender. I took off the composite stock and bought a new barrel and some wood from Midwestern Gun Works.

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#267 2 years ago
Quoted from John_I:

The next few years is probably a good time to stock up though.

Agree. Current ammo prices are at a "buy" level if you need some. Sales going on every day. The political climate is good but that can change in short order.

#270 2 years ago
Quoted from sed6:

Yes. The absolute best finish to apply at home is Norell's Moly Resin. I have applied it to two AR's and two shotguns and it rocks!

Can't wait to try that stuff. Thanks!

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#273 2 years ago

Going with a little Socom 16 love. What a great little gun.

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#276 2 years ago

TigerLaw! Don't let your thread end.

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#279 2 years ago

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#281 2 years ago

Recent pickup. Unissued 03-A4 sniper from the Ogden Arsenal. All matching and original. From the first order of rifles diverted to become A4s.
Waited for this one a long time.

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#283 2 years ago
Quoted from Travish:

My shoulder hurts just looking at it.

It was the K98 and Mosin Nagant that kicked my shoulder the worse.

#287 2 years ago
Quoted from mesmashu:

I just bought a Daisy Powerline 880S bb/pellet gun for $35 at Walmart. Can I join the club?

Absolutely... you need to post pics though or it didn't happen. (:

#289 2 years ago
Quoted from mesmashu:

Got sparrows that keep nesting in my awning and pooping all over my deck, patio furniture etc. I'm taking the fight to a new level.

Read that they're not half bad...

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#291 2 years ago
Quoted from Chalkey:

Anyone interested in ak kits in a possible trade for a pin? I've got an unbuilt romy g kit a a well as a psl kit plus receiver, both with intact barrels I never got around to building. Other stuff as well to add to a deal if necessary. Trying to convert some old hobbies into my new love.

And I have an AK "shoulder brace" for cheap to who needs one.

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#296 2 years ago

I think the Mini 30 is a very underappreciated rifle. Cheap ammo and a great zombie defense weapon.

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#301 2 years ago

I'm hooked on WWII collectibles. In keeping with the theme here I suppose.
A wonderful WWII Japanese sword in fantastic condition including the Stingray skin on the handle.

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#305 2 years ago
Quoted from Jaeg:

I'd like to see some clay shooting guns and hear about any Sporting Clay courses worth visiting.

You're way too far from TN to suggest our gun club. (: great looking shotgun there!

#308 2 years ago

A solute to all those that have served our country so well. From the European, the Pacific, SE Asia, Persian Gulf and beyond....

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#313 2 years ago
Quoted from navajas:

I have a mini-30 and it's a horible piece of shit. Ahem, er..., I mean, anyone want to buy a Ruger mini-30? It's great! Comes with eight magazines and 1000 rounds of Wolf.

If I wasn't about 3k miles away, I'd take it right off your hands.
Could be that that Wolf crap is your problem right off.

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#318 2 years ago

New fun. The new Fostech. Can't wait to give it a try!

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#326 2 years ago
Quoted from navajas:

Wolf is shit, no doubt, (again, I bought it as a young man and didn't know better) but no ammo is going to fix that barrel. I can ship it, have an FFL you like? I'm not joking. Six magazines, Ruger stock, folding stock, the works.

I've heard complaints about the barrel getting hot and causing accuracy problems. I think that's probably why someone came up with the idea of adding a barrel stabilizer. (:

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#329 2 years ago
Quoted from MattS:

A while back I posted a pic of my Kriss Vector.
I decided to make it a Vector LE

Sweet! The Terminator edition!

#331 2 years ago
Quoted from Sputnik:

My AR-15 collection. The A2 without the scope I bought last fall. Got it home and checked the numbers, it was one I sold in 1990.

Nice! Such a customizable gun. Which calibers so far?

#333 2 years ago

The Beowulf is a fun round. I have a couple and a VERS 50 that makes it nice to shoot.

#335 2 years ago
Quoted from navajas:

I honestly used to be just like you man, every time someone came up with a legitimate criticism of my beloved 30 I had a list of excuses / explanation / mods / anecdotes with which to answer them. I was *this* close to sending this thing off to Accuracy Systems and dropping $1000+ to make it sweet before I came to my senses. Good money after bad.
I love the action, but that's why I have my Garand. Want my 30? It's yours. Just let me know.

Oh hell no, you're absolutely right. I don't like it that much! I just think it's a good gun for $600. Don't even know if the stabilizer bar really makes any difference but it was cheap and looks kinda cool. (:
What exactly was the issue with the gun other than considering it a piece of shit?

I agree 100% on the Garand. Absolute work of art.

#337 2 years ago
Quoted from Travish:

I paid $250. Great rifle.

I hope they lift the ban on historic firearms. It would be great to pickup more of these wonderful guns at nice prices. My first .30 carbine was around $150! I paid around $350 for my first Garand. Regret selling it and paid nearly $1k for my most recent one. I won't sell it again.

#346 2 years ago
Quoted from bronco-jon:

I really don't know enough about guns to know if they are the real deal or not. I have an opportunity to buy this Colt .45 only thing that worries me is not knowing if it's a real Colt 45 or not.
I have done some research on it and have mostly found out to watch out for fakes.
I have been reading up on some gun forums but don't really feel like creating an account just to ask questions when I already have one here and it seems like a few of you on here know your stuff about fire arms.
Is it possible to tell if this is a real Colt .45 just by the pics?
your help would be appreciated.

Have you tried plugging in the serial number and see what you get?

#348 2 years ago

Yeah, it will probably list several but I think one should be similar to what your firearm is. I have a first gen SAA 32 WCF. I forked out the money for a Colt letter tracing the gun to where it was originally shipped and sold. Pretty cool Colt can do that.

I think it would be worth your time to post on a Colt forum with folks that can probably answer your question with those pics you have.

#349 2 years ago

Nice to see ammo prices down these days. For 5.56 owners, best price I've seen on this in a LONG time. Some of the best I've used.


#353 2 years ago
Quoted from DeathHimself:

In honor of .22LR having some of the lowest prices in years, I decided to grab this little plinking piece this week to have some fun with.
Also holds the doors closed pretty well too

So even in .22 LR, does NY limit you to 7 round mags?? (Thank you again Mr. Cuomo and Mr. Schumer)

#362 2 years ago

The more I use it, I'm liking the size and weight of my 74.

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#366 2 years ago
Quoted from Travish:

When I got my 74's I bought enough ammo to wear them out. Kind of a lifetime supply thing.

That's my brotha'!

When the Z-pox hits, we'll meet in the middle.

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#368 2 years ago

My posse is standing ready.

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#371 2 years ago
Quoted from DeathHimself:

Any of you guys buy an .17 HMR yet? Really toying around about grabbing one.

MikeTI loaned his wife one. (see above a few posts)

#377 2 years ago

Thought some of the AK fans might like one of these. I have one on the way.

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#381 2 years ago
Quoted from tonedef131:

As for actual thread content here is the last gun I built, it was a gift for my Fathers 60th birthday.

Dang.. nice! No one built me one for my 60th!

#384 2 years ago
Quoted from jhozeska:

A little .50 Beowulf action.

Nice Beowulf. Love it!! Ooorah!

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#386 2 years ago
Quoted from jhozeska:

I'll follow that up with a common AR chambered in 7.62x39.

I always wanted an AR in 7.62 x 39. Great round for the AR.

I have this oddball... 6.8 SPC

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#388 2 years ago
Quoted from jhozeska:

Personally, I've never had good luck with the AR platform. The possibilities for it are great but I've never had one that hasn't had some reliability issues (until you tweak it).

Tweaked the .300 subsonic round to where all I hear is the bolt and round hitting the target.

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#390 2 years ago
Quoted from MattS:

Been waiting on paperwork for 2 suppressors since last Oct, hopefully soon......

Should be pretty darn soon!

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#395 2 years ago
Quoted from navajas:

Looks like they may have tried to utilize some of the same "technology" as my Springfield, but without the parts clearly labeled, how do you know where to hold it?


#403 2 years ago

But there is something to say for old school.
.45 ACP in a 1917 is pretty cool.

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#411 2 years ago
Quoted from navajas:

Jealous! Always thought the semi-auto Barret .50 was a cool concept. Semi-auto for all those double taps and quick follow up shots. You never know when you might need to hold a hill against a bunch of giant robots.

For taking out the zombie hord at a mile away.

#418 2 years ago
Quoted from Chisox:

Cool thread, not sure what took me so long to find it.

You've been spending too much time playing around with vinyl.

#428 2 years ago
Quoted from Chisox:

BTW where do y'all get your ammo? I've tried a couple online (dirt cheap and lucky gunner ammo) as well as brick and mortar stores. I'm not completely sold on any of them, although I did like the customer service at lucky gunner.

I like the folks at SGAmmo. Good prices and great service.

Of course you can always gamble and look on AmmoSeek.

#444 2 years ago
Quoted from navajas:

Anyone ever bought grips from this guy?
I find them ugly as hell, but he's about the only thing I can find for aftermarket Bullpup grips.

Maybe give this guy an email. He makes nice custom grips. I bought a couple sets from him in Elk horn. The ones for my P938 are excellent, thin, and fit my small hands.
ebay.com link

#448 2 years ago

One of my favorite hand guns. Nice original Mod 66 (no dash).

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#469 2 years ago

I bet you can find some nice replacement sights for the Mossberg.

#474 2 years ago

Not a bad deal for someone looking. At the local store, the PT111 was marked down to $249.

#477 2 years ago

Buy the 9mm and get the .22 LR revolver free is not a bad deal.

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#481 2 years ago

Anyone care to share their thoughts on "maintenance" plan. Looking through the safes the other day and realizing many are probably way overdue for a good lube job. I'd hate to see storage damage set in.

How often do you oil/grease in storage?

Safes have the good ol' thermal bars to help reduce moisture and dehumidifiers keep a good 50% or lower.

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#489 1 year ago

I use one like this with my 1917. Works well.

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#497 1 year ago
Quoted from navajas:

Do you just load them by hand? She can't do that either. To be honest, I really struggle. I feel like I'm missing something obvious or I'm just a semi-auto pussy.

Yeah, I load them in the clips by hand. The groove in the 45 ACP cart snaps in place with mod pressure. You can use a bench for leverage. Easier than loading most mags.

The tool slides over the spent cart and is removed with a twist. Falls into the tool.

I tend to load a bunch in one sitting. Kinda like loading up 500 rnds into Enbloc clips at a time.

#505 1 year ago

Beretta makes such beautiful firearms.

The 84F Cheetah. Infamously less known for being used in the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin in '95.

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#509 1 year ago

A lot of cool old guns out there for cheap.
A nice old Stevens Favorite in 32 Long Rimfire. Serial #52. The ammo costs almost as much as the gun. (:

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#511 1 year ago

I've got 1 box of 32 rf.

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Plenty of .38-40 and 32-20 though. (:

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#512 1 year ago

I love winter only for low humidity.

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#520 1 year ago

Maybe wake things up a little with a nice old school LRB M14SA.

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#530 1 year ago

What's your favorite quick aim red dot. I have a few favs.

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#533 1 year ago

Sweet!! Drag it through mud puddles and it'll still keep working.

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#543 1 year ago
Quoted from Travish:

Tube is done. Here's a mock up.

The Sten is so cool. Shows what you can do going back to basics. Ok, very basic. (:

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#547 1 year ago
Quoted from Travish:

Only took 2 months but all done except deciding on a finish. Gun building on Memorial Day weekend just seems right.

Blue or not blue. (:

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#555 1 year ago
Quoted from jhozeska:

I didn't expect to hear the crickets from that question. Anyway, I have a Beowulf.

Me too. A short one and a long one. (:

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#557 1 year ago

Oh man, what a great memory. I had one very similar as a kid. Super pickup.

#560 1 year ago
Quoted from Travish:

Looks like a 1911 except the hollow recoil spring guide looks weird. It's definitely a .45 though.

If it were the Joker, that's where his flag would pop out.

#563 1 year ago
Quoted from jhozeska:

Mine has an Echo trigger. Is that a bad thing?

How do you like it? I put one on one of my ARs but haven't tried it out 'live' yet.
An echo trigger on the Beowulf should be fun!

#566 1 year ago

A little bit off topic but still in the gun hobby. If you can't afford one of the big guns, make it in miniature. (:
From one of my favorite WWII films.

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#579 1 year ago

Classic German 9s.
They stamped and marked every part. Obsessed with detail.

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#581 1 year ago

The German 9s dominated by the US .45s!

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#582 1 year ago

Sold my original first gen Barrett.
My rebound gun was the Savage in 300 Winn Mag. I liked it a lot better!
With Timney replacement trigger.

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#585 1 year ago
Quoted from Travish:

Ok tilt. Cut that out. I'm going to have to buy something if you keep that up.

Have a few glasses of wine, makes it easier to push the "buy" button. (:

#586 1 year ago

What’s your weakness? For me it’s the lever guns. I love them. This Winchester mod 92 in 38-40 is a blast to shoot.

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#589 1 year ago

Or this Winchester 94 in .44 mag. Ohh rah!
Bring on the zombies!

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#594 1 year ago
Quoted from BOHICA:

Late war production.... don't care what it looks like, Ivan's at the door.

Sweet! Waiting and waiting for my H&M Sturmgewehr remake.

#598 1 year ago
Quoted from BOHICA:

How long you been waiting? I haven't paid a lot of attention to them, seems like it's been a long time but at least they haven't gone silent.

Since 2/16. I can't give up now I suppose. Promises promises to have it by the end of the year.

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#599 1 year ago

.308 Remington 700. I love that rifle.

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#604 1 year ago
Quoted from Travish:

When I see a range report picture like that all I can think about is "glad I don't have to clean all those".

LOL! I have since quit taking more than about 2.
With my OCD, I have to clean every single damn part when I get home.

#605 1 year ago

What do 3 old psychiatrists look like at the range?

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#607 1 year ago

Beautiful suppressed Daniel Defense DDM4.

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#609 1 year ago
Quoted from Nevus:


Yes, you need a revolver.

S&W mod 66 357 magnum. Couldn't go wrong.

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#615 1 year ago
Quoted from Travish:

Damn it. Everytime I see a new post on this thread my first thought is don't look because I will see something else I need. I click on it and sure enough.
Y'all are a bad influence.

It's our job. You're welcome.

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#616 1 year ago
Quoted from Travish:

Damn it. Y'all are a bad influence.

You can also have lots of fun with a Havoc launcher and a box of shells. (:

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#620 1 year ago
Quoted from Travish:

Just the mags are $75 each now

What? AK 74 mags?
Dang, do I need to start putting mags back in the safe again??!

#623 12 months ago

How about 5.56 Black Rain and Hot Pink mags? (:

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#625 11 months ago

Great take-home document.

#628 11 months ago

Ruger revolvers are great. Wish I had never sold my .44 Blackhawk.

My Mini-30 is my only Ruger now. Some don't like the Mini-30 but I love it!

Sorry California.

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#629 11 months ago

Got a Franklin Arms binary. I have a Fostech and it should be interesting to compare.
I did decide on which lower to put it on..

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#630 11 months ago

Post your Christmas present to yourself... (:

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#649 8 months ago

Don't you just love it when a gun you have is featured on FPS. (:

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#667 7 months ago

Sold my Blackhawk .44 mag about 20 yrs ago after I stopped shooting with the local IMHSA group.
Regretted selling it ever since. I finally got one back today!

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#669 7 months ago
Quoted from finman2000:

How long is the barrel on that beast?

It's a 10 1/2 inch pick 'em off at 200 length.

#670 7 months ago

This hobby is totally sick.

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#672 7 months ago
Quoted from Travish:

Holy cow. Hand rifles.

Yeah baby. I bought the blued one to replace my sold one... I kept ruminating on the stainless twin sitting by it on the shelf...
Picture answers that question.

#674 7 months ago
Quoted from Travish:

Holy cow. Hand rifles.

I believe "hand cannon" is the correct terminology.

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#676 7 months ago
Quoted from vaevictis:

That's what the lonely pins downstairs keep saying.....

Oh damn, now I feel guilty.
You trying to make me buy another pin aren't you?

#680 7 months ago

Went to get my Rattler, came home with a Rattler and a Copperhead. Oh Baby!

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#683 7 months ago

Don’t know where to put them.

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#685 7 months ago
Quoted from Sputnik:

I like the barbed wire wrapped whoop azz stick.

Lucille can take care of business!

#689 7 months ago

I once used the CMMG kit. Was nice.

#692 7 months ago

Hard to appreciate how light and small Sig got the Rattler and Copperhead until compared to a standard SBR.

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#694 7 months ago

The Rattler suppressed... that's what I'm talkin' about.
Never said my work space was neat. (: