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    LOL yes indeed cannons count...

    Yes I am pulling your legs, guns are illegal in the UK... which works for us....

    Still I have a range of imaginary weaponary... including voodoo dolls, through to the by hand method... although I'm not sure I'd actually get into full blown imaginary automatics... it woul take the fun out of the semis....

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    That's great that there are no murders in England now that you have been disarmed.

    Well I ain't gettin murdered without a fight.

    Here's my Colts Officers Model Special!


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    Glock 23 with a Hogue rubber slip cover grip, and tritium night sights.



    If I had my concealed carry, this would be my carry piece.

    As it stands, she stays in the night stand next to my bed fed with hollow tips big enough to mix a drink in.

    EDIT: sorry for the flash, I'm an idiot with camera's.

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    This is the first gun I ever bought.

    A little finicky cleaning wise, but with an AR you expect this.

    Shoots like a dream when its clean though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charles Isaac View Post
    That's great that there are no murders in England now that you have been disarmed.

    Well I ain't gettin murdered without a fight.

    Here's my Colts Officers Model Special!
    That's funny... I have the Smith & Wesson version of the same gun, almost. It's a model 25-2 (or 1955 Target) in .45 ACP with moon clips, long barrel, target sights, and match trigger.

    I generally shoot only my own reloads through it with my own cast bullets, but I keep a couple of moon clips around, loaded with 185-grain Federal Hydra-Shoks, for social occasions. You like to save something special for when company comes, you know.

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    You should go ahead and apply for your permit Disco-Fl. was one of the first states to implement "right to carry".

    What brand AR15 is that?

    I have a Model 27 Smith .357 Oberon. Wish it was a '55 Target instead.

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    It's a Bushmaster.

    All the quality of a colt, without the colt price.

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    I've got a Ruger GP-100 6" barrel .357 with a tuned trigger that's about the closest thing to heaven I've ever shot.

    I'll try to get a pic uploaded tonight.

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    Rugers can be nice. I have had bad luck with many different Rugers and my confidence in them is destroyed, so I stick with Springfields (the Govt Arsenal and the civvie company Springfield Inc.) Colts, Smiths, Winchesters and Remingtons.

    Here's one of my carry guns, a 1931 Colts Detective Special.


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    I love Springfield Armory the Gov't arsenal, and really really really like Springfield Inc.

    If they still forged their metal like they used to, their product would be unrivaled.

    For instance, if you ever got an opportunity to shoot old M-14's. If you just pop off one round and listen close, you can hear the receiver ring b/c it's hammer forged.

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