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Favorite Firearms

Started this discussion. Last reply by Adrian Miranda Feb 7, 2014. 41 Replies

To begin, I'll divide what categories I believe most firearms can fit into:ActionsSemi-AutomaticBolt ActionLever ActionPump ActionBreak ActionMuzzle…Continue

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Adrian Miranda replied to Mitchell Bradley Gray's discussion Favorite Firearms
"for middle of the night i keep a sig 220 in reach at the front door I have a Barreta Stampede- (single action .45lc), we get snakes sometimes. in my closet my favorite practical home defense is the M1 Carbine, almost no recoil, magazine fed,…"
Feb 7, 2014
Harrison Brace replied to Mitchell Bradley Gray's discussion Favorite Firearms
"Favorites: -Ruger Super Redhawk Alaskan .44mag -Ruger GP100 .357mag -Sig Sauer P226 Navy 9mm -Marlin 1895 Guide Gun .45-70 -Remington 870 express -Auto-Ordinance 1911 -Remington 700 .308 -Ruger Single Six Convertible .22lr-.22WMR -Bushmaster AR-15 "
Feb 6, 2014
Calvin Fokker replied to Mitchell Bradley Gray's discussion Favorite Firearms
"Gotta say, I'm a fan of the classics myself. Of course I've never met a gun I didn't like. Some favorites are the M1 Garand, the Mosin Nagant, the AK-47 (in all its permutations) and the "scary black rifle" itself, the…"
Mar 24, 2013
Ted L. replied to Mitchell Bradley Gray's discussion Favorite Firearms
"Nice collection. I love the rifle."
Mar 23, 2013
rugp100man replied to Mitchell Bradley Gray's discussion Favorite Firearms
"Hey Ted,  I also am a Ruger GP100 fan.  After carrying the Ruger Police Service Six as a Mecklenburg County Deputy Sheriff(Charlotte,NC/ now retired) for 13 years, I became very fond of Ruger double action revolvers.  For my remaining…"
Mar 23, 2013
Ted L. replied to Mitchell Bradley Gray's discussion Favorite Firearms
"I have a few guns, but my Ruger GP100 .357 is my favorite. I've had this gun for 10-15 years now. I walked into the USMC exchange to buy a glock, but walked out with the Ruger. It fits my hand perfectly and the weight/balance is great. Its…"
Mar 11, 2013
Samuel Chapman replied to Mitchell Bradley Gray's discussion Favorite Firearms
"I prefer historical items, 1. Brown Bess Long Land pattern musket 2. 1858 Enfield rifled musket 3. Vickers Machine gun 4. Lee Enfield Rifle (1895) 5. Chassepot Rifle (1866)"
Mar 10, 2013
Marc Banks replied to Mitchell Bradley Gray's discussion Favorite Firearms
"1. 91/30 Mosin Nagant 2. 30-30 Marlin 3. .38 Colt Police Issue"
Mar 10, 2013
Corey C. Jordan replied to Mitchell Bradley Gray's discussion Favorite Firearms
"Thank you kindly.  It shot a little left of center that afternoon, so I had to drift the rear sight a bit to get it where it needed to be. While not in the "tack driver' class, it is more than adequate for what it was intended. On…"
Mar 9, 2013
Karl Helweg replied to Mitchell Bradley Gray's discussion Favorite Firearms
"Corey - good shooting. Don't stress.  SASS posses are notoriously helpful and social.  First shoots are often free.  If you dress half way right (not just a T-shirt and ball cap) let alone bring some guns and enough ammo you…"
Mar 8, 2013
Sam I. replied to Mitchell Bradley Gray's discussion Favorite Firearms
" I've been involved with Cowboy Fast Draw, single action revolver only and Buffalo Silhouette side matches since I got out of college, but am going to shoot my first SASS matches with an ad hoc battery this…"
Mar 8, 2013
Corey C. Jordan replied to Mitchell Bradley Gray's discussion Favorite Firearms
"I bought my Rossi in the middle/late 1980s. The action was as smooth as my brother's Marlin 1894. After a few years of use, it smoothed out more. I'd compare it to a new Big Boy. Trigger pull was never more than 5.5 lbs, and after some…"
Mar 8, 2013
Claude replied to Mitchell Bradley Gray's discussion Favorite Firearms
"Favorite was a Ruger .22 revolver.  Versatile, easy to handle and maintain.  That pistol gave me all the joy or Ralphie's Red Ryder BB gun.  It was my rabbit slayer.   I have other firearms now.  More powerful, semi…"
Mar 8, 2013
Sam I. replied to Mitchell Bradley Gray's discussion Favorite Firearms
"  I love that Plains Warrior tacked up Rossi!  I need a pistol caliber levergun to complete my SASS shooting battery, and am weighing the Rossi against a Henry big boy, upon some glorious day when my budget allows for it.    "
Mar 8, 2013
Sam I. replied to Mitchell Bradley Gray's discussion Favorite Firearms
"  The .35 has a lot more hitting power, especially with some heavier loads. My uncle, a lefty, always hunted with an ancient Remington pump .35, and he's one of the best running deer shots I can think of.  I helped…"
Mar 8, 2013
Mitchell Bradley Gray replied to Mitchell Bradley Gray's discussion Favorite Firearms
"I would say my most unique civilian-legal firearm is either an Auto-Ordnance M1 Thompson or an Ohio Ordnance M1918A3 BAR. WWII reproductions, certainly two of my favorites. If its in the budget, I'd suggest picking up an Ohio Ordnance M1918A3,…"
Mar 7, 2013

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