GUN Free Guns Are Great!!!

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  1. mrbill

    mrbill New Member

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    went to visit my dad over the weekend, and came home with these....

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    Stevens 12ga pump
    CVA .54cal
    2 percussion pistols(not sure on caliber or brand)
    barrel to a shotgun given to my dad by my grandfather(i have the other pieces, just gotta assemble it)
    Spesco .22 (with .22lr and .22mag cyclinders) which is also the first gun of any kind i ever shot(and that does include bb guns)
    Ruger .457 Old Army revolver
    .30-06 barrel(brand is douglas i think) for building a custom gun

    the old man wanted to make some room for more purchases so he decided to pass some things he doesn't/hasn't used on to me. i told him anytime he needs to make room, just let me know. :wiggle:
     
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    black96gtvert "Is that goal regulation size or what!" -Happy Gil

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    :coold: I like that ruger
     
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    mrbill New Member

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    for once...yes.

    and Alphaeus...the Ruger's never been shot!...............yet :x:
     
  5. 70Machwon

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    Those are sweet. I gotta hang out with my grandpa more, since my dad isnt really into the gun scene.


    Good finds, looks liek fun.
     
  6. how much for the ruger?
     
  7. mrbill

    mrbill New Member

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    if you're asking how much i paid, read the thread title. if you're asking what my dad paid for it, just an rch over 300. if you're asking what i'd sell it to you for, i won't. no offense, no elitism or anything, i just have a personal rule to never sell/trade a gun.
     
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    Thats a dumb rule...you should forget about it and quote me a price on that Ruger. :x:

    Kidding, but I know what its like to inherit weapons. Thats where the majority of my collection came from.
     
  9. 7

    7 First comes smiles, then lies. Last is gunfire.

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    hopefully that flintlock is of better quality than the current CVA inlines :o
     
  10. krott5333

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    asking "how much do you want to sell it for" :o

    but I like your rule.. I have the same rule :o
     
  11. mrbill

    mrbill New Member

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    clean97GTI - about 2/3 of my collection has come from gifts/pass downs.

    7 - it's a percussion, not a flintlock. quality may not be the greatest, but i couldn't beat the price.

    krott5333 - it's a good rule.
     
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    7 First comes smiles, then lies. Last is gunfire.

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    sorry, I have a habit of bunching them together because the look alike :o
     
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    no offense taken. it's not the best picture either so i can see how you'd have trouble discerning one from the other.
     

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