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Old 12-06-2012, 05:23 PM   #101
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That is Rated X Gun Porn....man I am turned on!!!1
You pervert...
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Old 12-06-2012, 05:50 PM   #102
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That is Rated X Gun Porn....man I am turned on!!!1
If that's what you're into you might want to consider a .22 LR as for you it would be like throwing a hotdog down a hallway with that gun he posted.
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Old 12-06-2012, 05:59 PM   #103
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Ahhhhh I love random Gun Porn.

Here is a pic of what I am building behind enemy lines in libertarianism communist Massachusetts.


Sweet, are you on NES??

I used to live in MA....
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Old 12-06-2012, 06:53 PM   #104
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My haul so far.

NEF 12 gauge (870) clone
CORE15 Ar
Kimber CDP 2
Beretta PX4 storm
Savage 22
Remington Gamemaster 30-06

Missing is my 410 over/under
And my Pump 22.

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Old 12-06-2012, 06:53 PM   #105
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Seriously. But even worse than the laws on owning guns in California is the fact that there is so little land to actually use them on. More and more public land gets closed to hunting or was closed off years ago. Here in Northern California/Bay Area you have to go all the way out to Sacramento. Or there are like 1 or 2 places in north bay that the god durn'd yuppie ****s moving out of the city want to close off.
I took a guy from Germany...he works for Greenpeace Germany...caving last weekend. After caving, we talked of guns and soon enough had a 22 pistol in his hand. Next a colt Anaconda, then a bull barreled AR 15, then finally my Remington Sendero 300 win mag. He went from being opposed to guns in general (never having shot one before) to cussing the strict gun control laws in Germany...all within a matter of a hundred or so rounds. If we could just get those yuppie ****s to feel the joy of shooting... Maybe there could be a "shoot with yuppies" day. (Notice how carefully that was worded.) Aw, we don't have many yuppies in South Dakota, so good luck out in Cal. By the way, the German fella loved my Karst Monkey Stout. Shoot straight.
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Old 12-09-2012, 04:23 AM   #106
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Well, got two SKS's at home now... One is a 1954 model, just wish the bayonet lug hadn't been removed back when my father bought it. Back when he got that one (and another one) the new gun control laws were about to take effect (the first round). I believe he had the lug removed in order to make them compliant with the new laws. We're talking about something that happened 20+ years ago, in Florida.

Also got some info on other guns in the safe (soon to be at my place). One is a Browning Citori 16 gauge with 410 tubes. Need to do some more research on which one we have. It could be worth some good money. Another is a Janssen Sons & CO 'The Interchangeable" 12 gauge shotgun. From what I've found online, not the greatest shotgun made during it's day. Not really safe to shoot today either. I didn't plan on shooting it, or even selling it since it was my great grandfather's. Believe he used it in the 1920's.

Looking forward to having those, and more, all at my place.

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Old 12-09-2012, 02:49 PM   #107
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I would like to get my collection appraised, and learn how to properly clean and care for them. Thought about throwing them all in the back seat, along with all the paperwork for each one, which I have copies of and even made copies of the copies. All perfectly legal. Carry them down to a gun shop and have someone look at them. But worried if I happen to get pulled over with them piled in my back seat, and not sure that's a good idea anyway, to me, it appears that none are loaded, I do know how to empty one. Not in cases or anything, just spread out all over granddad's house and finally getting inheritance cleaned up. What to keep, what to sell. 3 or 4 pistols, a dozen rifles, all bigger than the one he gave me for my birthday and I still need to wrap a towel around the butt end to keep from getting bruised. I'll ask around but thought I'd ask here too. Where to start...

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Old 12-09-2012, 03:05 PM   #108
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I would like to get my collection appraised, and learn how to properly clean and care for them. Thought about throwing them all in the back seat, along with all the paperwork for each one, which I have copies of and even made copies of the copies. All perfectly legal. Carry them down to a gun shop and have someone look at them. But worried if I happen to get pulled over with them piled in my back seat, and not sure that's a good idea anyway, to me, it appears that none are loaded, I do know how to empty one. Not in cases or anything, just spread out all over granddad's house and finally getting inheritance cleaned up. What to keep, what to sell. 3 or 4 pistols, a dozen rifles, all bigger than the one he gave me for my birthday and I still need to wrap a towel around the butt end to keep from getting bruised. I'll ask around but thought I'd ask here too.
1. Use google to look up information on the guns. Manuals and such for most can usually be found and this would help checking out if they are loaded.. (bad thing).

2. Again use google or whatever to see if any of your guns are listed as being for sale. This would give you some idea as to their value. Gun stores will give you prices that allow them to make a very healthy profit from your lack of knowledge.

3. Look into a forum that deals with firearms (like Homebrewtalk) DEFENSIVECARRY.COM might be a good start. Tons of guys and gals on there that could give you advice. Never sell off old guns before knowing about them. A simple old Colt six shooter or Winchester can be worth thousands if not more.

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ps. UNTIL YOU ARE SURE EACH AND EVERY ONE OF THEM IS UNLOADED, TREAT EACH AND EVERY ONE OF THEM AS A LOADED FIREARM..
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1. Use google to look up information on the guns. Manuals and such for most can usually be found and this would help checking out if they are loaded.. (bad thing).
I'll start with that, look up each manual and make sure/double check none are loaded. Then go from there with other suggestions. You are right, just start with that. It's like an episode of hoarders here, the tv show, but all good. Finding many diamonds in the ruff. Looking forward to learning more about the guns.
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Old 12-09-2012, 03:37 PM   #110
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ps. UNTIL YOU ARE SURE EACH AND EVERY ONE OF THEM IS UNLOADED, TREAT EACH AND EVERY ONE OF THEM AS A LOADED FIREARM..
Even if I am absolutely positive they are not loaded, I will still treat them that way. Granddad taught me that... he'd probably roll over in his grave seeing me pile them into the back seat without checking into all this stuff first. Thanks.
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