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Discussion in 'Handguns' started by cowsmilk, May 30, 2015.
You guys are so lucky to have the freedom to buy such a variety of guns, here in the UK it really is difficult
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You're right, we're lucky we have the rights we have here in the US with the Second Amendment, but politicians are at work every day to undo that right. What all are we looking at in that photo, top to bottom?
Hi Troutster sorry I forgot to give a description, they are as below from top to bottom
.22 CZ rim fire
BSA Sportster .22 air rifle
BSA .410 shotgun
Benelli Montefellerto 12 gauge semi auto (max 3 shells, it's the law)
Lanber o/u 12 gauge
I do have a slot on my license for a .223 but haven't decided yet on what to get.
I have always been interested in bolt action shotguns, specifically in the smaller bores like that. Is it magazine fed or single shot? I bet that thing is really fun to shoot. The CZ .22 looks nicely set up as well.
The .410 is single shot, good fun in confined areas shooting vermin. The CZ is a nice set up and is really quite, it actually is quieter than the air rifle.
My dad is in love with his CZ .22 bolt action. It's really nice and he can hit with it all day long despite his aging eyes.
Are there any Walther P99s out there?
Top to bottom:
Glock 19/GEN 4 with ported LWD barrel in place, with original factory barrel beneath it. (This belongs to my wife, who said it's her favorite pistol.)
Glock 23/GEN 4 with ported LWD .357 SIG conversion barrel in place, with original factory barrel, and ported LWD .40 S&W barrel beneath it.
Glock 35/GEN 4 with 9" LWD .357 SIG conversion barrel in place, with original factory barrel, factory length LWD .357 SIG conversion barrel, and 9" LWD .40 S&W barrel beneath it.
[/quote]Those are some great looking rifles there. Is the third one a Remington 700?
All of those are custom rifles. All the bolt guns have BAT actions and either McMillan or Manners stocks. I built the AR myself using Seekins Precision upper and lower receiver sets and a mixture of components. Now if I could only pick a pack to go with them lol
Probably .308 on the bolt actions?? must take a lot to silence one?
300winmag, 30:06, and 6.5x47. The 300winmag doesn't even require ear pro when shooting with that particular suppressor on it. The 6.5x47 is just stupid quiet.
Range, practical and tack driver. nice combo there.
Like ran23 noted, very nice rifles. Which is your favorite to shoot and in your avatar, what're you holding up? I can't make it out.
The 6.5x47 is a dream to shoot. Minimal recoil. Inherently accurate, 1/4in at 100yds with handloads all day long. Economical to shoot. Brass last forever. Plenty of "mustard" to shoot anything from groundhogs to black bear with the right bullet. You could most likely drop an Elk if you took a realistic shot. Ive shoot numerous white tail deer with it and none have gone further than 30yds.
That is a groundhog that I shot at 850yds with my suppressed 300winmag last spring on my buddys farm. Ugly mother. Was missing half of its hair. The 210g Berger VLD threw it 20ft in the air.