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Old 06-13-2010, 5:35 PM
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I no there not all C&R but wanted to take pictures of all of them together, and I figured I'd share what I have.

In order from top to bottom:

--1919A4, Got it from Lone Wolf, made by John McQuire. (.308 Nato)
Couple more pictures here. http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...d.php?t=284071

--Winchester Model 70 made in 1971 (My Great Grandpa gave it to me) (.30-06)

--Marlin .30-30 made in 1960. (.30-30)

--German K98 Russian Capture, Made in 1937. Bayonet is below it. Import Marked (8MM Mauser) more pictures and info here: http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...d.php?t=259249

--Turkish Mauser the Receiver says 1937 same as K98, just realized that, nothing matches though. Its a mismatched rifle. Also got this from my Grandpa and based on the import marks I believe it was at Big 5 at one point or another. (8MM Mauser)

--Russian Izhevsk M91/30 sniper, made in 1943, I don't think it is an original sniper, but I don't no for sure. All matching except the bolt doesn't have any numbers at all on it. No import marks. mosinnagantm9130 confirmed its a Repro. More pictures here: http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...11680(7.62X54R)

--Russian Tula M91/30 made in 1927, hex barrel/receiver, (all matching numbers) got it from Big 5 for $99. bayonet is above it, not matching of coarse (according to 7.62X54R.com it was a Dragoon rifle and later changed to a M91/30 if anybody has more info that would be great, C.W.M.V. confirmed it was an Ex-Dragoon, more pictures located here: http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...d.php?t=311526 (7.62X54R)

--Russian Izhevsk M44 made in 1944 also got it from Big 5, all matching. (7.62X54R)

--Winchester M1 Garand made in 1942. Got it when Big 5 had them on sale. More pictures here: http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...d.php?t=247868 (this pictures were before I cleaned up the stock) (.30-06)

--Swiss K-31 made in 1943, all matching including the stock. (7.5X55 Swiss)

--IAC 1887 Lever action shotgun (reproduction from Winchester) (12 Guage)

--Marlin .22 (.22)

--Astra model 600 pistol made in 1942, with original holster (guys name inside it) all matching except the 2 magazines do not have serial numbers. (9MM Luger)

--Cricket .22 made in 2009 (my sisters) Cricket scope (.22)

--CMP M1 Carbine, National Postal Meter (not in the pictures above) Made 1943, more info and pictures here: http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...d.php?t=326605

Also wanted to say that they all shoot perfectly, yes I do shoot all of them.

Some other weapons I plan to own one day would be. SVT-40, Type 99, or Arisaka, Carcano, Lee Enfield, 1903, FN-49, SKS, Luger, Finish M91/30 / M44, So if you have one of these for sale or no a good deal out there let me no, and of course would not mind having double of some of these, Garand, Swiss, K98 etc.
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NICE!!!!!

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NICE!!!!!

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You're on a roll. Keep up the good work.
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You're on a roll. Keep up the good work.
I'll take donations to help keep me on that roll.
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sweet collection bro.
i want a 30-cal also. do u have a semi-auto side plate or is it a dummy?
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Old 07-15-2010, 8:07 PM
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Its Semi-Auto, Shoot it all the time. I just hate the crowd it attracts, and all the money it eats. (if you no what I mean) Here is where I got mine, http://www.lonewolfdist.com/Products.aspx?CAT=289

But its gone up $200 since I got mine..... weird. lol.

Says in your sig you have not fired any of your weapons? Lol.
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Nice collection! I almost let out a "holy crap!" until I realized you only have 3 more than I do... I swear these things breed in my safe sometimes.

I'm thinking about selling some of my EBR's in order to buy more C&R's. The modern stuff just doesn't interest me so much anymore.
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The modern stuff doesn't interest much either, except for like reproductions. I guess lol. haha.

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I'm kind of in the same boat - but only worse. I grew up with curio disease and went through the dreaded BRD for a while. While I will always have a black, evil rifle hanging around, I think I am now cured of BRD. Unfortunately, the original symptions of curio disease are not back and only made worse by CMP.

Nice collection, BTW, NaughtyMonkey!
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I have the Curio disease, but no job, so no money, so no cure :'(
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I have the Curio disease, nut no job, so no money, so no cure :'(
I'm in the same boat as you recently.
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A beautiful collection and definitely fun to play!!! Ya done good!!
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A beautiful collection and definitely fun to play!!! Ya done good!!
and the best part is. Its not near complete. hahaha. It will keep expanding muhahahahahha (evil laugh) not sure why lol.
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nice collection!


i think the best part about alot of C&Rs is that theyre fairly cheap especially compared to modern firearms. but being a history junkie, i think theyre WAY more badass!
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I envy you sir!

Might need to update and put the m1 carbine in here
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I envy you sir!

Might need to update and put the m1 carbine in here
Yeah I no, I should get them all out put the Carbine in there and retake the pictures hahaha. lol.

*EDIT* I added the Carbine Just for you Infamous20
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