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Ambivolent

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Lol yea id like to get a duce and a half with a ring mount to mount it on but one of these days not sure when id like to make a trailer hitch mount for it.
 

triz

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Agreed. I really like them myself. I have never used a holster but I carry a .22 Ruger with my sweatpants sometimes that I am sure would be better off with a holster.
 

Hypnotoad

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RayGumm said:
That is awesome! What's it made of? Ever consider doing that (for a price) for forum friends..? :yes:
The holster is made of Kydex. I make them for friends and family. I'd make one for a forum friend, the only problem is that I do this for a hobby and I use the actual gun to make the holsters. Businesses that make these holsters use plastic replica guns so they can mass produce them.
 

HARDTRAILZ

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Are blue guns expensive
 

Black08TB

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I picked this up last year for concealed carry, it's a Sig P238 .380 ACP, Rosewood Edition. I bought 2 Sig extended mags for it, it'll carry 7 in the mag, one chambered. I like the small frame and that it operates and looks like a 1911. I have used the factory sig holster since day one, but am looking at a handmade leather set up from a company in TX. Two stock Sig pictures and one of it my hand.

I have a meager collection, my favorite is a 1930's H&R Model 999 top break revolver with 6" barrel in .22. It was left to me by my wife's late grandmother, she also gave me a Remington 511 bolt rifle in .22. Both are prized possessions of mine that I'll give my kids when they're old enough to have their own firearms licenses.
 

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AManders6

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Old faithful. Remington 870 express. Second firearm I ever owned. My dad passed this down to me when I was ready to use a 12ga. My mom bought this for him in '87 and I still have the original receipt. Went from a single shot break action .410 before this. Since she's been mine threw on the sling, mounts, and max4 camo wrap. Wood underneath.
 

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AManders6

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Brother in law has a Mossberg 500 scoped with the rifled barrel, fun to shoot. I need to pull out the old .410 and shoot that a bit. Its great! I'm on the hunt for a .30-06 that I like right now, as well as a .22. My fiance told me the other day that she wants to go get her ccw so that gives me excuse to search for pistols
 
For a .30-06 I would highly recommend and older winchester 70. Very solid shooting rifle :yes:

My 500 has the following:

Collapsible stock with gas cylinder
Sightmark holographic sight
2" lower rail
Stream light w/pressure switch
Breach muzzle
Polymer heat shield
Tactical strap
Tactical sling

Love that shotgun :yes:
 

HARDTRAILZ

Moderator
I do like my Mossy 500 and it is nice to be able to configure it all the different ways. I got 2 barrels and a few stocks, but for a tactical shotgun the Benelli M4 is always going to be my favorite.
 

Purefection

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My collection currently

-Russian Sks (no rebuild marks, very early date, all matching serial numbers, never been fired)
-Russian sks with ati folding stock, a 4x zoom red dot, front grip
-Savage model 11/111 fcns 30-06
-Remington. 308 pump
-multiple .22 (marlin, mossberg, Remington, browning)
-Browning .17 hmr
-mossberg maverick model 88 12 guage pump
-mossberg maverick model 88 20 guage pump
-Remington 870 chainsaw

Prolly forgot a few. Also a few that would incriminate me to say that I have.
 

danj

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I have a few cases full of em, but the one I carry daily is my High Point 45 ACP. Relatively cheap, 10 round capacity (including one in the chamber), accurate, knockdown power, and the overwhelming urge to piss your pants when your looking down the barrel after hearing the phrase "Oh, you want my truck?"
 

Grimor

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my brother carries a high point 45. looks like a freaking laser tag gun. comically huge.

i typically carry a sig p229r or cz75 rami. at work i carry an mk40.
 

danj

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I have a really nice shoulder harness for mine that conceals it very well. Not to mention I'm 6'3" and 300lbs. This was one of the few guns that didn't make me feel like I was holding one of those little plastic water guns. That and nobody thinks anything of a fat guy in a button up over shirt, well besides "shouldn't that have Hawaiian print on it?" . :raspberry:
 

HARDTRAILZ

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Doesn't make it lighter. There are a good deal of lighter and yet similarly sized weapons.

If you like it and can hit what you point it at then no one can argue though.
 

danj

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You are 100% correct sir! I just didn't want to drop twice the $ on a G21. I try to be a cheap ass without effecting quality too much.
 

STLtrailbSS

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Got myself a safe 14 gun 1 hour fire added a nice stack on motion sensor light.

Also have started building an AR the lower arrives at my FFL Tuesday.

I will grab a good pic when I get home
 

mike_k

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STLtrailbSS said:
Got myself a safe 14 gun 1 hour fire added a nice stack on motion sensor light.

Also have started building an AR the lower arrives at my FFL Tuesday.

I will grab a good pic when I get home
What did you get for a lower?
 

STLtrailbSS

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mike_k said:
What did you get for a lower?
Going for a lightweight build most of my stuff should be here this upcoming week.

Tennessee Arms Hybrid Lower its a polymer with high grade brass reinforcement.

CMMG lower parts kit excluding fire group

CMC 2.5 flat blade trigger

ZeroFail nickel boron Bolt Carrier Group

Spikes tactical T2 buffer/spring

Magpul stock

1-8 chrome lined with OD green free float 12inch matched upper receiver with m4 feed Ramps

Going all out on back up sights with the Diamondhead Diamond sights (this is by far the part of the build I'm most excited about)

Optic I'm undecided this might honestly stay an iron sight weapon.

http://www.diamondhead-usa.com/collections/integrated-sighting-system/products/diamondhead-diamond-integrated-sighting-system


Still gotta get you guy pictures me and my dad picked up an M1 garand last night dated to 1943
 

STLtrailbSS

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As Promised updates to my inventory.

Safe


1943 Springfield Armory M1 Garand



New Free Float Upper M4 Barrel 1-8.


FailZero nickel Boron BCG put a nice film of the best lubricant available.
 

triz

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Nice safe. I need one myself. I'm looking at a 18 gun safe right now. I had some new additions to the collection. A Remington 1100, Winchester 94 and a Keltec Sub2000.
 

Grimor

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triz said:
Nice safe. I need one myself. I'm looking at a 18 gun safe right now. I had some new additions to the collection. A Remington 1100, Winchester 94 and a Keltec Sub2000.
which sub did you get? i have the g22 version in .40
 

triz

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Grimor said:
which sub did you get? i have the g22 version in .40
Same one. So now I have a G27, G22 and the Sub2000. Easy to interchange magazines. I also have some Lonewolf barrels that I can install a 357 Sig and 9mm.

I'm really loving the Sub2K now. My buddy sold it to me with a Red lion for end on it. So now I can add a scope and still be able to fold it.
 

Grimor

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triz said:
Same one. So now I have a G27, G22 and the Sub2000. Easy to interchange magazines. I also have some Lonewolf barrels that I can install a 357 Sig and 9mm.

I'm really loving the Sub2K now. My buddy sold it to me with a Red lion for end on it. So now I can add a scope and still be able to fold it.
i have the kel-tec quad rail on mine. buffer tube cover, charging handle cover and recoil reducer. fun little gun.
 

triz

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I'll p o st a pic of mine when I get a chance. Where did you get the buffer tube cover. I had no idea they had so many accessories for it.
 

triz

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Forgot about ktog. I am a member there. Thanks for reminding me. Now I have some reading to do.
 

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