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I received a couple of requests to post a few pix of my new Kimber. I took the shots today but I cannot find the cord to attach it my computer. When I do I will upload them. In the interim here are a few other guns from my collection. I think a Gun Porn thread is in order.

Here I have my FNP-9, XD-45, AR, Sig p228, Walther P-22 and Glock 19. These are just the ones I had in a folder on my desktop. Will try to post the others.


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Where I keep them:



Also in there is a ArmaLite 15A2BNM w/ A4 upper, Remington 11-87 12ga, Remington 611a .22LR, Remington Model 700 .270, A Webly & Son Damascus 12ga SxS, and a few other's I'm sure I'm forgetting........

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ChiChi- Ruger makes a hell of a revolver huh?

I LOVE my Security Six! The balance in that gun is 2nd to none.

I left off my list a Ruger LCP .380......I need to check out their LCR, I hear it's pretty nice as well.
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Given the direction we're headed as a country, I'm claiming all of my guns were sold at a garage sale years ago, along with all of my reloading equipment and components.

Agreed, registered ammo sounds a tad bit scary.

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My .270. It is a pig dropping machine with a shot to the neck. With what i have in the clip and the side, i have over 20 bullets just on the gun.


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What exactly is the need for such a weapon?

The beauty of living in a free country like the United States I do not have to have a reason.

It is not about need it is about want. I wanted an AR-15 and I own one. Besides playing golf shooting an AR-15 is as much fun as I have ever had.
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I think they make an AR in .270, which would be awesome, cheaper than .308 and practically the same thing. Did you know that a .270 has better ballistics than a .308, and just as much knock down power, andf it has less kick.

BTW, I sold my gun to a guy named Bob at the gun show.
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Did you know that a .270 has better ballistics than a .308, and just as much knock down power, andf it has less kick.

Yes! I love my .270, got my 1st deer and 1st coyote with it!

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