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Old 08-08-2013, 10:57 PM   #5742
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Huh?

It is a steel and hammer gun, only plastic is in the grips which are disappearing as soon as I can get new grips
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Old 08-09-2013, 06:00 AM   #5744
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My 1911 has to wait until the end of August lol...then I will have cash for it
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nicer gun than I had when I was 20... I had nuthin.
Same here, I only started buying my own guns about a year and a half to 2 years ago. Now, I'm addicted and want to expand my collection, funds being the biggest constraint

Tax free weekend in MA this weekend, I think I'm going to pick up a Mosin. A local place has them cheap and in good condition so if I can get out of work in time on Saturday, new old gun for me!
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Old 08-09-2013, 10:33 AM   #5746
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Same here, I only started buying my own guns about a year and a half to 2 years ago. Now, I'm addicted and want to expand my collection, funds being the biggest constraint

Tax free weekend in MA this weekend, I think I'm going to pick up a Mosin. A local place has them cheap and in good condition so if I can get out of work in time on Saturday, new old gun for me!
Hardest thing about collecting is going from full time to part time and going back to school. My last paycheck is going to be well spent...
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Hardest thing about collecting is going from full time to part time and going back to school. My last paycheck is going to be well spent...
I'm done with school, but now have a mortgage... I'm trying to buy stuff that I will keep forever. The plan is, anything I buy, I have no intentions on getting rid of. So far I only have a 12 ga for hunting and a .22 for fun shooting. Ideally, I want a Mosin (I have no good reason for wanting one, just think they're neat), a lever action rifle and a larger caliber pistol. There are others that I want, but those ones will be out of my budget for a long, long time
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Old 08-09-2013, 11:26 AM   #5748
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I'm done with school, but now have a mortgage... I'm trying to buy stuff that I will keep forever. The plan is, anything I buy, I have no intentions on getting rid of. So far I only have a 12 ga for hunting and a .22 for fun shooting. Ideally, I want a Mosin (I have no good reason for wanting one, just think they're neat), a lever action rifle and a larger caliber pistol. There are others that I want, but those ones will be out of my budget for a long, long time
I want a 26" barrel 12 gauge. I think I'll go semi auto for that.
Mosins are fun I love mine. Its capable of hitting a clay at 100 yards on irons. I can hit a 6" plate at 300 yards using prvi ammo. And you can hunt with it. It's a cost effective way to learn how to do distance shooting. Surplus ammo is 17-25 cents a round. I think I will do a howa 1500 next or rem 700 AAC
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I want a 26" barrel 12 gauge. I think I'll go semi auto for that.
Mosins are fun I love mine. Its capable of hitting a clay at 100 yards on irons. I can hit a 6" plate at 300 yards using prvi ammo. And you can hunt with it. It's a cost effective way to learn how to do distance shooting. Surplus ammo is 17-25 cents a round. I think I will do a howa 1500 next or rem 700 AAC
Where do you get ammo for your Mosin? Ever buy it off Rguns? I'm looking at the 440 rnd can for $90, seems too good to be true.

As far as shooting, I'm buying the Mosin for exactly that reason. I want to get used to distance shooting without investing in a $1,000 rifle off the bat. Eventually, I want an M1 but that's on the wish list.
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Old 08-09-2013, 12:13 PM   #5750
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I usually find what ever is the cheapest on slick guns. 90 for 440 is the average price.
I'm in the same boat. Not ready to buy a nice rifle yet I want to learn and practice before I start shooting the expensive 30 caliber ammo.
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Where do you get ammo for your Mosin? Ever buy it off Rguns? I'm looking at the 440 rnd can for $90, seems too good to be true.

As far as shooting, I'm buying the Mosin for exactly that reason. I want to get used to distance shooting without investing in a $1,000 rifle off the bat. Eventually, I want an M1 but that's on the wish list.
m1's are fun as fuck
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I'm done with school, but now have a mortgage... I'm trying to buy stuff that I will keep forever. The plan is, anything I buy, I have no intentions on getting rid of. So far I only have a 12 ga for hunting and a .22 for fun shooting. Ideally, I want a Mosin (I have no good reason for wanting one, just think they're neat), a lever action rifle and a larger caliber pistol. There are others that I want, but those ones will be out of my budget for a long, long time
Don't forget a .22 pistol (assuming yours is rifle), my .22 pistol gets shot more than anything else except lately...can't find the ammo easily and ruger mkIII with 4 mags tends to make my ammo disappear.
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Don't forget a .22 pistol (assuming yours is rifle), my .22 pistol gets shot more than anything else except lately...can't find the ammo easily and ruger mkIII with 4 mags tends to make my ammo disappear.
A truer statement , I have yet to hear.
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Do NOT under any circumstances buy anything from RGuns EVER!!!!!!

Trust me on this one.
Damn... Well that's good to know, thank you sir!

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They seem like it! Unfortunately, they're pricey also. I'll get one eventually, I absolutely love that gun!

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Don't forget a .22 pistol (assuming yours is rifle), my .22 pistol gets shot more than anything else except lately...can't find the ammo easily and ruger mkIII with 4 mags tends to make my ammo disappear.
Your assumption would be incorrect I have a Ruger SR22 that I got early this year and I love shooting it. My dad has the MKIII and I enjoyed shooting it so I decided to stick with Ruger and just as I made up my mind on brand, a local store advertised a new shipment of SR22's had arrived. It definitely eats through ammo in a hurry, but it hasn't been out in a while now because I've been having a hard time finding .22lr locally.
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Easy solution for the .22 ammo shortage, buy a single action revolver, takes longer to use the ammo (aka another excuse to get something new...that's the excuse I used on my winchester 67).

And the M1s are not too bad if you get hem through the CMP...or at least it is a lot cheaper than getting them anywhere else that I have seen
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Don't forget a .22 pistol (assuming yours is rifle), my .22 pistol gets shot more than anything else except lately...can't find the ammo easily and ruger mkIII with 4 mags tends to make my ammo disappear.
Add a suppressor to really go through the ammo!
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I want to get a suppressor, hopefully next summer....in thinking a hunter town arms .223 suppressor, it's user serviceable (easily). I can also put it on my 17 hmr...I think it will be too big for a ruger mkIII though, maybe not though
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I'm not up to date on my older .22 autos
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