Some of mine.
Quoted from Fulltilt:
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.
Man I would LOVE to get an Enfield. That carbine version is super cool. Right now I have a K98, Mosin Nagant M44 (carbine), and I used to have a French MAS 36 (total POS) that someone gave me but I re-gifted it to another friend haha. Absolutely love old war history guns!
Quoted from Sputnik:
Yes a CETME. I like the wood on the 93, may have to change mine. Do you know of a source for 93 magazines? The real ones seem to be made of an exotic metal or something. Hard to find and lots of $$$
The 93 mags are ridiculously priced. Luckily my 93 came with 2 HK steel mags!! They are $80/piece of you can find them. It's crazy for sure. I tried the plastic Pro Mags for the 93 and they don't lock up at all. I might mess with them some more but they are soooo cheap feeling. I've never had any luck with anything pro mag makes but since 93 mags are so overpriced and rare I gave them a try. I'll just stick with the HK steel mags I wish I had more for sure. It's crazy cause steel HK mags for the 91 are like $5 still!!! Haha. Also the two websites I use for HK parts for these guns are RobertRTG.com and HKparts.net.
Out shooting the other day just outside of Vegas to the south. Pic of my wife is shooting my Savage 93r 17hmr. Such a sweet varmint/target gun and she's also shooting my polish AK47 copy. Sweet gun also but what AK isn't???!!! Then you got me (on the left) and my buddy doing our "tough guy" poses lolol.
Quoted from DeathHimself:
Any of you guys buy an .17 HMR yet? Really toying around about grabbing one.
Yessir. I have a savage 93r. Came with the bull barrel and laminated thumbhole stock. I got it at Bass Pro about 5 years ago. Normally I don't buy guns from bass pro (overpriced) but it was on sale and it was kind of an impulse buy. Anyway, I LOVE it. Seriously. It's beyond accurate. It feels like I'm cheating. Savages accu-trigger is phenomenal if you have not ever used one. It's an adjustable two stage trigger that you can dial down to an extremely light break. I put a decent rimfire scope, weaver base, and a Harris style bi pod on it and just blistering speed and accuracy out of that 17HMR round. Highly recommend getting one. You will never want to shoot your 22lr anymore so be careful lol. Here's a pic of my wife shooting it.
Edit: oh forgot to tell you that it comes with a 5 round detachable mag. 10 rounders are available but you will be hard pressed to find them locally. I had to order my 10 rounders. But they are available. Everyone who shoots it always ends up saying WOW. I want one!! Lol
Can't help ya on that one haha. But I've been on a serious bolt action kick lately. Cycling a bolt is just super fun and satisfying. You really concentrate on each shot way more vs semi auto. I also use less ammo with bolt action as 17HMR is not what I would call cheap ammo. Not expensive by any means but I wouldnt be mag dumping with 17HMR haha. I also have the Savage Axis II in .308 with a laminate thumbhole stock as well. I liked the accutrigger that much. Let us know what you get!!
Quoted from Chisox:
Cool thread, not sure what took me so long to find it. After shooting about 15 different 9mm models over the past few weeks this is what I chose. Sig 226.
Nice choice!! Love my P226 combat edition!!
I have a threaded barrel for it also if I ever decide to wait for a supressor.
Quoted from navajas:
It's here! Very excited! My new Bond Arms Bullpup. Including a picture of it next to my (piece of shit and last Ruger I'll ever buy) LCP 2. The Bullpup is exactly the same length, has a barrel more than 1/2" longer, holds one more round, and is 9mm instead of .380.
To be fair, it also costs 4x as much and weighs a lot more. Will give range report this weekend. Wish me luck. If this thing doesn't rock I'll be pretty upset.
Cool gun! I like bond arms they have some cool stuff. Spendy though when compared to similar guns in the same class. I want to get a Snake Slayer IV. So cool! Haha
Quoted from navajas:
Bond Arms are expensive, but you get what you pay for. And... honestly, there is no gun in this class.
I understand about the unique bullpup design. In the "same class" I was referring to its size and being a 9mm. But yes I agree they are high quality so you definitely get what you pay for.
Looks like a great deal! And I have a Heritage Rough Rider with the 4.75 barrel and I gotta say that gun is awesome!! I love it. Not a single issue and it’s very accurate. Very hefty feeling, shoots any .22 cal rim fire cartridge (except magnum without the mag cylinder). Great deal!
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