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    damn, can anyone help me get a picture up there
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    Upload it here:
    http://www.imageshack.us/

    Get the 'Tumbnails for Forums' line and copy it into your reply
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sergeant Dorr View Post
    damn, can anyone help me get a picture up there
    Below the message box there is an "attach files" ( "manage attachments") function that allows you to upload directly from your computer.

    JT

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    I am also interested to know how you use them (hunting, self defence, sports, collecting etc.) and if you are satisfied with the specific types.
    I forgot to aswer this, actually I have most for hunting, fox, hares, partrigde, ducks.

    Satisfied ? well, the CZ is a very nice gun and very accurate one, the brazilian shotgun is not excellent but works decently.

    In regards of my argentine pistols..I am not satisfied, I am inlove man.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chevan View Post
    Oh George - you are seller the wearpon?
    Then farther - then more amazing news about members in here
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    Well Chevan, I am not really a gun dealer although I do have a "Collector of Curios and Relics" license. It allows me to buy certain types of firearms at similar cost to what a dealer would pay (wholesale). It also involves records and paperwork to be kept according to BATF regulations. For the types that I collect now, it works out fine. The AR-15 was sold back to a dealer at the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panzerknacker View Post
    Beautiful collection George
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    Thanks Panzerknacker

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacobtowne View Post
    All of the above. I have a carry gun, some military handguns in my collection, commercial handguns for target shooting, rifles and shotguns for hunting.

    Fine collections here, gentlemen.


    U.S. Pistol, Model of 1911, cal. 45. Made by Colt, shipped November, 1917. Mills cartridge belt and pouch, Warren holster, all dated 1918.

    Smith & Wesson M625, cal. .45ACP, discovered under the Christmas tree last December.

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    Thanks JT

    You have a pretty fine collection yourself.

    And to the rest of the members who posted pics of their firearms - thanks guys. Great collections.

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    Satisfied ?
    yep.

    the pic you displayed here seems to be a pretty close copy ot the WALTHER P-88, right? at least the outer design is close to it. I have never heard about BERSA before, so it is interesting for me.

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    I have This baby right here, Bushmaster M17S. Bullpup. 223 rifle. This is my only gun (other than a winchester 30-30 but I don't have a picture.
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    yep.

    the pic you displayed here seems to be a pretty close copy ot the WALTHER P-88, right? at least the outer design is close to it. I have never heard about BERSA before, so it is interesting for me.
    http://images.google.com.ar/images?h...-8&sa=N&tab=wi

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    okay, here another one (allthough it is more a toy than a real gun) which I sold for my .45 recently. it is a russian-built, CO2-powered rifle (called YUNKER 3) that fires 18 4,5mm round BB-bullets in a semi-auto-mode. you all know them from typical airrifles, like those from MARKSMAN/USA. those things are free here, if you are 18 years and above. the energy is under 7,5 joule. the intesting thing is that this gun was built in the same factory (izhmash in ishevsk), where the real AK-101, AK-74, AKM and others are made. most parts (except the barrel and some details) are identical to the real assault rifle. it is more for collectors than for serious shooters, anyway it is a nice to have item.

    jens
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    some more pics of the cute plinking-gun/toy. btw: you cannot rebuilt to a real gun ... I have read, that in russia they have full-auto versions of this type.

    jens
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    I went out and bought this 308 yesterday and a couple other guns
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    and what I use them for... My JOB
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    My guns?

    German:
    P.08
    P.38
    P.35(b) (Browning HP)
    P.35(p) (Polish Radom)
    MP.40
    MP.43
    MP.44
    Kar98k
    MG.34
    G.43

    Russian:
    Nagant m1895 x2
    TT.33 x2
    PPSh-41
    PPS-43
    SVT-40 x2
    Mosin Nagant m38
    Mosin Nagant m44 x2
    Mosin Nagant m91/30 x7
    Mosin Nagant PU sniper
    DP-27
    Maxim 1910

    Other:
    No 4 mkI* x2
    Vz.33
    Type 56
    Type 84
    FN FAL G.1
    Beretta m34 x2
    Finnish m91-24
    Finnish m27
    Beretta 92fs
    Browning Buck-mark .22
    Ruger 10/22
    Parker Hale .308
    Russian Tigr
    Ruger Old army
    some .45-70 rolling block
    Brno Zkk601 .308
    Toz m-17
    Type-38 carbine
    m1 carbine
    Portugese m1904/38 mauser
    Carcano m38 carbine

    I think thats the lot. Of course I only shoot a fraction of those, in part because I hate cleaning guns and also because some I'm not allowed to (like the full-autos). I also have my favourites that I shoot the most.

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    why so many
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sergeant Dorr View Post
    why so many
    It's my hobby; some people collect stamps, I collect guns.

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