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I put together some pics of all our stuff.

Pistols

The Carry Piece


Home D


Plinker


The Wife's. The Browning is a .40S&W

She also wants a PPK/S and has no interest in anything else.

Rifles





Shotgun


It's not a big collection but I believe it's fairly well-rounded.

Airguns

Pistols



This is a cut-down and stripped-down Crossman Backpacker rifle




This one I've had for about two decades. It blew a seal last time it was fired a couple years ago.


Rifles



The stepson's Daisy target rifle. He's only fired it a couple times and has little to no interest in it. He's pretty fixated on an AK-47.


My 3 y/o wanted me to share his. This baby is cocked and locked.


Past Ownership

All of these were sold to fund other gun-related projects.






These were sold because I needed the money :(



Thanks for looking!
 

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Water pistols? There's too many to list!
 

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Thanks.

Single action revolvers are just not my thing. I've fired a Ruger Blackhawk in .30 Carbine which was fun, but they are too slow to load, unload, and fire for my tastes. The .44 magnum will be replaced with another double action but next time it'll be a 4." If there was a decent (and compact) semi-auto in such a caliber that'd be the ticket. As it is, Desert Eagles are just not practical, and the 10mm's are a bit underpowered for serious use. That Smith .44 had seen nothing but full power magnums...reportedly they do not hold up long term on such a diet, but that one was still tight after all those years and had the nicest trigger I've sampled on any handgun in both single and double action.

I do shoot them all. All have seen thousands of rounds through them save for the .50BMG and the last few we've purchased.

If that Auto-Air II had a decent trigger and a little bit of heft it'd be a sweet shooter. As it is, it's still an awesome plinker. What other BB guns out there have adjustable sights?

The only ones I miss are the couple that were sold merely for the money. That hurts. The rest were sacrificed for upgraded arms and/or accessories.
 

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That's a Choate stock on the 10/22. My little one is showing interest in shooting so I may be putting a Rhineland Arms stock as below so that I can change the LOP as required.


TRG 42? A bit too pricey for me. A 50 BMG will remain my only bolt gun. While it's not exactly a tack driver, that PSL is soo much fun. Once my .44 magnum is replaced I'll be done.

The comp on the 22/45 is a Volquartsen.
 

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I did update that 10/22:



I'm pretty much set on getting a 4" Taurus Tracker in 44 Magnum and that ought to round things out. I'm sold on the concept of a five round 44 mag.
 
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