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Postby jeremy_worden » Sat Dec 28, 2013 11:56 pm

here is my CCW Glock 40 .45

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and here is my .30-06

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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby Hack » Sun Dec 29, 2013 10:05 am

The .30-06 looks mean. With the right spotter, it looks like you can hit the target at a 1/2 mile or more. Have you tried any long distance shots?
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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby outofrshell » Sun Dec 29, 2013 12:09 pm

I have been shooting a Ruger Old Army competitively for over 20 years and I believe it is the most accurate handgun I have ever shot. At 25 yard it will easily put 10 shots in the 9 & 10 ring and at 50 yards I usually score in the mid 80s. The secret is the loading, I use 17gr.-20gr. of Goex cartridge grade black powder topped with a cylinder full of corn meal (make damn sure it's cornmeal not cream of wheat,cream of wheat will not compress) this allows the ball to be seated flush with the mouth of the cylinder then a light smear of any of the bp lubes that are available. My gun prefers Hornaday .457 swaged round balls withe Speer close behind and a cast ball from my Lyman mould is good enough for practice. I have also change the nipples to use #11 caps and I never have a missfire. The gun also has had a trigger job and breaks at about 3 lb. with absolutely no creep.All of the reproduction revolvers can be made to shoot fairly accurately with a little experimenting with load and ball size but usually light charges and a filler produce the best results. Dve
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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby Hack » Sun Dec 29, 2013 2:34 pm

Wow, 3 lbs. trigger is really light. No wonder the Ruger is so accurate.

I have heard of the corn meal trick to top off the powder. I have been using lubed wads between the powder and the ball,but I don't have as much space to fill since I am using 28 grains of Pyrodex by volume. Goex BP has a good rep but Pyodex P is all I could find.

From what I have read, most owners of the Pietta 1858 seem to prefer .454" balls. That is what came in the starter kit. When I ram home a ball, a ring of lead comes off so that seems about right.
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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby Gizmo42 » Sun Dec 29, 2013 9:01 pm

Something followed me home today.

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Built by a local company named McDuffee Arms. They make their own recievers then use standard parts to build complete rifles.

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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby Hack » Sun Dec 29, 2013 9:27 pm

Gizmo42 wrote:Something followed me home today.

I don't see how as it doesn't have any legs or wheels. But maybe it flew?

Gizmo42 wrote:10 rd mag (idiot Democrats)

You should see the idiot gun laws they passed in MD. Assault rifle ban which covers most AK and AR variants. 10 round max mag for all firearms including handguns. Licensing requirement (including fingerprinting, background check and training at a cost of over $200 for a 5 yr license) just to buy a handgun. And these are just the new requirements.

Before 2013 the lax MD laws included restrictions of a max of 1 handgun purchase every 30 days, 20 round max mag, requirement for a background check by state police for every handgun purchase, requirement for the submission of fired bullet to state police for every handgun purchase and no concealed carry permit without a reason acceptable to the state, which does not include defense of self or family.

Of course Baltimore City is always in the running for the nation's murder capital despite the MD gun laws.

Sorry for the rant. Nice AR.
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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby Gizmo42 » Sun Dec 29, 2013 9:38 pm

Thats one reason I wont live in any of those states. Colorado use to be a solid red state. The last 10 years or so we beacame purple and now blue. Too many morons from other states moving here and making it like the same shyte holes they left. 2 of them already have been recalled and 1 resigned so there is hope.

There are way around our 10 rd mag limit though. We are allowed to keep and use any bought before the law took effect and its up to the state to prove when you bought it. So LEO is refusing to even try enforcing that.
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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby Sags » Sun Dec 29, 2013 10:58 pm

Gizmo42 wrote:Something followed me home today.

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Built by a local company named McDuffee Arms. They make their own recievers then use standard parts to build complete rifles.

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I guess nobody makes a 15rd mag to suit CO law yet huh... :roll:

I still don't have an AR just because the 5.56/.223 has never really appealed to me, and in .308, I'd rather have an M1A then an AR-10. However with the rising popularity of .300 AAC I'm more and more tempted to get an AR-15 with a .30 barrel.
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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby Ru Zu » Thu Jan 02, 2014 9:51 pm

My daughter with a GSG .22 and a Cricket. Note that the pink coordination - gun, sweat shirt and pink custom hearing protection that Dad made for her.

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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby Hack » Fri Jan 03, 2014 12:40 am

Ru Zu wrote:My daughter with a GSG .22 and a Cricket. Note that the pink coordination - gun, sweat shirt and pink custom hearing protection that Dad made for her.

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Daughters love pink. I love daughters and firearms.
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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby DrMark » Fri Jan 03, 2014 12:51 am

Ru Zu wrote:My daughter with a GSG .22 and a Cricket. Note that the pink coordination - gun, sweat shirt and pink custom hearing protection that Dad made for her.

Awesome. Good family fun.

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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby ace_duecey » Fri Jan 03, 2014 4:55 am

A buddy and I took our AK's to Uwharrie for new years. That's mine pictured bottom.
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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby Ru Zu » Fri Jan 03, 2014 7:36 am

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Awesome. Good family fun.

Right handed and left-eye dominant?[/quote]

Good observation. She insists she can't keep just her right open. She will hit anything, the edge of a paper plate for example, through a peep site. Oh for for the days or readily available .22 rounds.
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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby Philip A. » Sun Feb 09, 2014 1:55 pm

Ru Zu wrote:My daughter with a GSG .22 and a Cricket. Note that the pink coordination - gun, sweat shirt and pink custom hearing protection that Dad made for her.

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Hilarious coincidence... Just a few days ago, I was browsing Savage's website with my daughter, 4 and a half, going through the kids' .22 rifles.

As all the various colors passed, she jumped at the pink single-shooter, just the same pink as the one in the picture: "This one, papa, I want the pink one!" (She loves the bush and hunting and rifles, but she doesn't have a gender identity problem...)

Then she saw a red one, and yelled: "This one too! I want a pink rifle and a red rifle!"

To which I replied: "Hold on, hold on... We're talking about one rifle here. I'll see if I can get that pink one."

And that's where all the womanly craftiness showed up. Without missing a beat, she said in a "that's-not-negotiable" tone:

"Papa, you have many rifles. I can have many for myself too."
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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby Hack » Sun Feb 09, 2014 2:14 pm

Well she obviously got the pink one, but did she also get the red one. Afterall, a woman's rifle should match her outfit!
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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby Ru Zu » Sun Feb 09, 2014 10:01 pm

The back story was we were on a long road trip, stopped at two other locations before I came across this at a Gander Mountain in Wausau WI. By this time in the trip she was passed out in the truck. I gave her the option to come in the store, but she elected to stay asleep in the truck. The purchase took a little administrative time as I have an Iowa License and was making a WI purchase. By the time I was checking out, she had woken up and came stumbling into the store. I turned to her, with the rifle in the box and said, "here take this to the truck." She then looked down and beaming, "A RIFLE, for me!?" It was so cute, the salesperson also went and got her a free pink Gander hat.

Two other sides.

1. Her little brother likes to shot it, we say, "but it's pink." He says, "I don't care, it's a riffle". I could get an interchangeable stock easy enough if needed.

2. I have a picture of her 90 year old WWII vet Great Grandpa shooting that little thing also. :D
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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby Hack » Sun Feb 09, 2014 10:13 pm

Ru Zu wrote:I have a picture of her 90 year old WWII vet Great Grandpa shooting that little thing also. :D

That I'd like to see.
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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby outofrshell » Thu Apr 10, 2014 1:14 pm

I've been doing these shooting boxes since 2011 when this drawing started ( http://www.shilohrifle.com/rifle_drawing.php ) I also had been donating 1 or 2 of these boxes for the last 20 years to our club when it host it's black powder cartridge shoot at the Nowood Range. This one is walnut that was found on a friends property as a 6x6 x3 foot long timber that had laid in a field for years it looked too weathered and checked to use but when I started resawing it there was just enough to do one box.Dave
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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby sassee » Tue Aug 12, 2014 8:37 pm

bodegabandit wrote:Ruger P-89, Houge Grips,Trijicon Night Sights.

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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby Hack » Sat Aug 23, 2014 10:10 pm

My new toy. A D-Day commemorative M1 carbine manufactured in 1980 to milspec by Iver Johnson. Mine looks almost as good as the one in this stock photo.

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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby Philip A. » Wed Oct 29, 2014 10:20 am

An African bush rifle


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Easy to carry - 8.5 lbs empty, 20" barrel

Persuasive - .458 Lott, 6 rounds in the magazine

Wish I had thought of this years ago! :mrgreen:
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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby DrMark » Wed Oct 29, 2014 7:11 pm

That's awesome. CZ action?
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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby Philip A. » Wed Nov 05, 2014 1:11 pm

Yes, CZ 550. Rough out of the box, but with very little work they become one of the best actions out there for reliable tough-as-nails rifles.
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Re: Firearm Picture Thread

Postby Hack » Fri Dec 12, 2014 4:32 pm

Look what Santa will be putting under the tree. H&R HandiRifle 45-70.

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