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    What guns do you own?

    Just for fun I decided to post this
    Here is my arsenal
    Pistols: Tokarev TT-33, Lahti L-35
    Rifles: Mosin-Nagant M1891, Baikal IJ-18 in 7.62x54 caliber.

    I know that is not much but its a start anyway Sorry but I dont have any pictures to show.
    Anyone else who wants to show?

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    I have a survival knife, based on the (in)famous LILE "rambo" combat knife. I like it, oil finished.

    It's no firearm, I know, but it's the only thing that I own that I could call a weapon

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    Don't own anything, but I will qualify next month for the M-16A1
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    A brief synopsis:

    4 Mausers (2 Waffenamt marked 98k's, a VZ-24, and a Turkish M1938)
    2 Mosin Nagants (M1930 and M1938)
    Lee-Enfield #4 .303
    Springfield Armory 1911 in .45
    Walther P-1
    DPMS M-4 Carbine
    Ruger P-whatever in .40 S&W
    Romanian SAR-1 (AK-47)
    Bulgarian AK-74 (full auto)
    HK-91 (G3)
    S&W Model 629 .44 Magnum
    Colt Python .357
    SKS
    Ruger Mk II
    Ruger 10/22 with the MG-42 dress-up kit
    American Eagle Luger in .30 Luger

    And a multitude of various bolt action rifles and shotguns. About 50 in all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leibstandarte10
    A brief synopsis:

    4 Mausers (2 Waffenamt marked 98k's, a VZ-24, and a Turkish M1938)
    2 Mosin Nagants (M1930 and M1938)
    Lee-Enfield #4 .303
    Springfield Armory 1911 in .45
    Walther P-1
    DPMS M-4 Carbine
    Ruger P-whatever in .40 S&W
    Romanian SAR-1 (AK-47)
    Bulgarian AK-74 (full auto)
    HK-91 (G3)
    S&W Model 629 .44 Magnum
    Colt Python .357
    SKS
    Ruger Mk II
    Ruger 10/22 with the MG-42 dress-up kit
    American Eagle Luger in .30 Luger

    And a multitude of various bolt action rifles and shotguns. About 50 in all.
    Wow, quite an arsenal lol . I dont even have a single gun .... yet.

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    I got a Mossberg 835 12-gauge, remington 597 .22LR, 20-gauge break, .22LR bolt-action sngle-shot; my dad's got a pump .270, and my brother's got a .222/20-gauge break.

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    Pistols:
    Herter's .22 long single six
    S&W .357 double action *nickle plated w/ 4in barrel*
    Colt 38 special double action *police positive model circa 1913*
    Pre-64 Limited Edition Ruger 44mag w/ 8in barrrel
    Norinco copy of colt 1911 in 45acp
    Ruger 22 long single six w/ 22 mag cylinder
    S&W 32 acp double action

    Rifles/Shotguns:
    Winchester model 94 .375 big bore lever action
    (2) Ruger mini-14's
    (2) Ruger 10/22's
    Remington 22 short *the original that Marlin has copied recently*
    Savage stainless 7mm mag w/ polymer stock
    30-40 Kragg carbine
    Mossberg model 500 12 ga.
    Remington *Ducks Unlimited series* 20 ga.
    Beretta O/U 12ga
    Spesco 410ga single shot
    Hawkins 50 cal black powder
    Winchester Model 94 32-40 John Wayne Comemmorative

    I think that's it...
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    Is the Mini-14 still in production? The link on their webiste for it wont work and im hoping its a technical problem. I want to purchase one.

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    I'm sure they do.

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    NVM, the link works now.

    I see that the magazine capacity is only 5 rounds, yet ive seen 30 or 20 round clips on the market. Could I just buy the 5 round version and shove a 30 round clip into it? Or do I need to "modify" it to accept the larger capaicty clips?

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    No, it'll take hi-capacity magazines, including drums if you want to shell out the money for them and take the time loading them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leibstandarte10
    No, it'll take hi-capacity magazines, including drums if you want to shell out the money for them and take the time loading them.
    Thanks for your quick response. Overall, id say the stats indicate a pretty good weapon.

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    They're really fun guns, my friend has one. You can put as much crap on that thing as you can afford, too. Just make sure you find a cheap ammo source like I did. I use Wolf for all my plinking weapons, it's cheap but still works very well.
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    also...look at the UMC ammo...a lil' more expensive..but good overall performance

    better yet...start reloading your own ammo..save tons o' cash
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    If you have the time.
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