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  1. #31
    Marksman

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    I picked this up about a year and a half ago, always wanted one and finally tripped over a nice one. BSA 12/15 target rifle. The 4" dinger on the back of the pond @ 125 yards doesn't stand a chance! She's got the sweetest trigger pull you ever saw and she's just as happy with Remington bulk hollow points as the expensive match grade ammo.
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    Doug

    If you do what your enemy expects, you will die.

    Keytruda came, saw, and kicked my cancers ass!

  2. #32
    All or nothing

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    My most unique firearm was labeled a destructive device and outlawed, sorry no pics.
    Contrary to popular belief, a head shot is not necessarily a guaranteed kill shot....but it sure does take the fight out of 'em.

    and if one in every 100,000,000 M&M's contained enough cyanide to kill a person, the Mars candy company would be forced by public outcry to correct it———
    Bangswitch

  3. #33
    Marksman

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    Tx_oil, I still have that MP45, shot it last weekend.
    Why .45? Because they don't make a .46!

  4. #34
    La. CHP Instructor #409

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor481 View Post
    Tx_oil, I still have that MP45, shot it last weekend.
    Possibly the best M&P.

  5. #35
    Marksman

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    I had a Bolo Mauser but the slide-stop was bowed and the barrel was shot out and I never had the $$$ to make it a shooter. Sucked because it was 100% numbers matching.


  6. #36
    Marksman

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    Quote Originally Posted by herohog View Post
    I had a Bolo Mauser but the slide-stop was bowed and the barrel was shot out and I never had the $$$ to make it a shooter. Sucked because it was 100% numbers matching.

    That upper was toast... At least my Chinese isn't that messed up lol.
    Motorcycles and guns, how fun....

  7. #37
    Marksman

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBP55 View Post
    Possibly the best M&P.
    Not an M&P, but a clone of a MP5 chambered for 45ACP
    Before I bought it I researched Mr Bailey and all his shenanigans. This one has been tweaked and runs pretty good
    Why .45? Because they don't make a .46!

  8. #38
    Not a Fed.

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    Here's mine.

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  9. #39
    Marksman

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    my dad gave me a sweet 4 barrel .22 short called the

    " The 4 Aces"
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  10. #40
    Monolithic Mentor

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    About the most oddball thing I have now is an Encore barrel in 41 GNR #2 by Gary Reeder Custom which is a 445 Supermag cased necked down to .41 caliber and shoots a 210gr .41 bullet to 2200fps out of an 8" barrel and recoil is surprisingly mild. About like a 44 magnum loaded up to the original specifications of a 240gr bullet at 1500fps instead of the watered down factory loads at 1250fps. It's called the Mini Beast and mine has a 10" barrel.
    Cartridge brass in the pic are as follows: 44 Magnum, 445 Supermag, 41 GNR#2
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