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    For the heck of it I counted up the rounds:

    8 boxes of 50 in the background +
    20 to the left of the grip +
    6 in the gun +
    6 hollow points in the left foreground +
    6 hollow points in the left speed-loader +
    6 lead hard-cast right foreground +
    6 lead hard-cast in the right speed-loader =
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    450 rounds of mighty .44 magnum goodness!


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    My springfield...



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    My .38, 9mm, and Schmidt-Rubin .308


    "A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity."

    "though I walk through the valley in the shadow of death, I fear no evil, for I know that you are by my side" Glock 23:40

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    I have so many more, but none that really are up to snuff for this thread:




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    Hey. That looks like a mosin nagant muzzle:P

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    Not very artistic


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    The fun rack, top to bottom. Springfield 1873 "Trapdoor", Marlin 336 in 30-30 made in 1950, a Winchester 94 Centennial 1966 model rifle NIB and a Winchester 94 Centennial 1966 model carbine NIB.



    Then some of the auto pistols clockwise from the top left, Detonic Mark I, H&K 45 Compact, Custom Stainless Colt Officers 1911, Springfield Armory Champion (4"model) with 5" barrel and another Detonic Mark I.



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    sv_libertarian wrote:
    Hey. That looks like a mosin nagant muzzle:P
    Very good eye, Steve.

    That's "Bethany", my 1943 Izhevsk, numbers-matching, m91/30 ex-PU-Sniper.
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    Bear 45/70 wrote:
    The fun rack, top to bottom. Springfield 1873 "Trapdoor", Marlin 336 in 30-30 made in 1950, a Winchester 94 Centennial 1966 model rifle NIB and a Winchester 94 Centennial 1966 model carbine NIB.


    I have never before wanted to tell another man he had a nice rack, but dammit Bear, you have a NICE RACK!

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    BobCav wrote:
    Bear 45/70 wrote:
    The fun rack, top to bottom. Springfield 1873 "Trapdoor", Marlin 336 in 30-30 made in 1950, a Winchester 94 Centennial 1966 model rifle NIB and a Winchester 94 Centennial 1966 model carbine NIB.


    I have never before wanted to tell another man he had a nice rack, but dammit Bear, you have a NICE RACK!
    Thanks, I think??????? If you liked that, you'd love the gun case.

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    my favorite pieces



    http://flickr.com/photos/uncoolperso...7594514825390/

    my favorite pieces


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    The fun rack, top to bottom.
    So where are all your 45-70's? In the "working" rack? Or maybe the "Owww! My shoulder!!" rack? :?

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    Well, I like it
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    kparker wrote:
    The fun rack, top to bottom.
    So where are all your 45-70's? In the "working" rack? Or maybe the "Owww! My shoulder!!" rack? :?
    The rifle on the top is a"Trapdoor" and is the original 45/70 rifle. First gun ever productio rifle chambered in 45/70 Government. Of course it is only one of six in the house. Here'sanother 45/70. Contender Super 14 with muzzle break mounted on the frame. The long barrel is a 16" 223 and the shorty is a 22 Hornet.



    Another 45/70, an H&R 1871 "Buffalo Classic" with a 32" barrel.



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    Not very artsy, but here we go:

    Pistolas:



    Rifles:



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    hey! That looks like my sons BB gun on the right in the rifle pic.
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    Yeah, good ol' BB gun.......good for getting to shoot out in the back yard without scaring the neighbors.....

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    Not very artsie, but it is a picture.







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    compmanio365 wrote:
    Yeah, good ol' BB gun.......good for getting to shoot out in the back yard without scaring the neighbors.....
    You'll shoot your eye out!

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    God....I even have the glasses.......I'm screwed! :shock:

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    So who can say what I have out of those two pictures? I left them without description for a reason.......

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    You're in good hands............



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