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Old 08-02-2010, 3:27 PM
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I guess i would say a original condition polytec M14. While it may not be rare they are no longer imported and most people do modify them. And i almost never see them for sale on Calguns. When i see them for sale they are not that cheap. To some people they may be a POS but I like it. I havent had any problems with it. Some of the mags I have for it suck and need to me massaged to work right but once that is figured out they work fine.
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Ah yes, another excuse to get PNS25 all jealous over this:


^^That's my 1939 m28/30. One of 2,800 built in 1939, it did not get the "D" stamp upgrade, nor is it refurbished.

I also have a 43 M44, but no pics of that one.
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1936 91/30 Tula Hex and all my dressed up guns since they are all custom to my needs.
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My grandfather "confiscated" this in France from a Nazi officer along with some other paraphenalia, since he was CIC it made it all the way home
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I don't have anything rare
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The Rarest firearm I own is my K31.

My grandpa has a rifle that one of our family members used in the Civil War hanging over his fireplace, a pin fire Swiss military rifle, Springfield Trapdoor and his fathers M1911 that he used in WW1 and later on as sheriff and county Constable. I'm pretty sure it is all matching.
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1955 Romanian M44. I don't think I've ever seen another Romanian MN.
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A Hartford Arms & Equipment Model 1925

Approximately 5,000 were produced from 1925 to 1932.

Unfortunately not worth much because 1) nickel plated 2) broken firing pin.

But I hope to one day work on it and get it functioning at least.

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1858 remington new model police, it's for sale also.
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For me, probably my Seville in .45 Colt.
Or a '93 Spanish Mauser - or a .38 S&W Enfield.
But probably the Seville.
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I don't have a picture of them, but I have two older guns in my collection that I don't see in a lot of other collections.

Remington Sportsman 58 12GA Semi-Auto Shotgun from the 50s.

Remington Targetmaster 22lr. Rifle that looks to be from somewhere between the 50s-70s.

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CH 29, 3 G 41's, 6 G 43's, about a dozen German snipers, 50 years worth of collecting. Too many short guns to get into, but I am inordinately fond of Broomhandles and Lugers!
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Winchester 101 American Flyer 'Live Bird' Combo (Two barrel set). One of 45 made.
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I have an M1A Super Match, 2002 vintage. There are many like it, but this one is Mine.
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Remington 12c. Dated between 1912-1915, as far as I can tell by the SN. It was my great grandfather's, maybe his father's. I think it still shoots. Some day I'm hoping to restore it, I know they aren't worth much, but it's got that sentimental value, ya know?
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They are not real rare, or valuable to anyone but me. Winchester Model 12 16ga. that was manufactured in 1921 and purchased new in 1922 by my Granddad and handed down through the generations. A 4" Colt Diamondback in 22lr that I paid $25 to purchase 30yrs. ago.
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Just picked this little Luger up in trade for a 1990's stainless Mini-14. Seemed like a pretty good deal at the time I'll be honest. I don't know much about them other than I've always wanted one for some reason.

It appears to be an American Eagle imported by Alexander arms. I have no idea on date of manufacture but I'm told its never been fired. Not sure how to tell but might just end up being a safe queen for the time being.









I don't know if this model is rare, but its sure the oldest pistol I have.
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1895 Colt Revolver - .38 Colt

My great grandfather traded the pistol for booze from a Canadian Mounty. Real neat, the transaction is even in the ledger from his bar he owned.
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An M1 Winchester Carbine {100%} That was at the 'Battle of the Bulge' and brought back by the sellers grandfather.The seller, who wanted 'a more modern gun', sold it ,and it now sleeps in a safe ,only to be brought out on Dec,16th and handled with white gloves.

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1955 Romanian M44. I don't think I've ever seen another Romanian MN.
According to 7.62x54r.net, 1954-1955 Romanian M44s with matching numbers are at 5 on the rarity scale from 1 to 10. Non-matching are at 1, which is rather strange, since there can't possibly be THAT many of them.
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I'm honestly not sure which of mine is the rarest.
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My factory all-black MC Operator. Supposedly only 1 of 500 to have been done that way.
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The oldest gun that I have on my collection will be my 1941 Russian SKS and a 1945 Mosin M44.

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High Standard Sentinel R-101 .22 cal. (4in bbl.)
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These 2 aren't my oldest but more on the rare side...

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According to 7.62x54r.net, 1954-1955 Romanian M44s with matching numbers are at 5 on the rarity scale from 1 to 10. Non-matching are at 1, which is rather strange, since there can't possibly be THAT many of them.
Romanian M44's are common. got several from Big 5 back in the day to start my C&R collection (hence the Howie44 handle). used to get them for $49.95, and every store had LOTS of them to choose from. I think the only uncommon (and by no means rare) rifles I have would be the all matching, unissued Albanian SKS, and the '41 poulustoslaitos marked Sako M39 still in its original wartime stock and original sling
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I also have a 1943 M44, but no pics of that one.
Me too.



While Mosin Nagant M44 carbines are common, the 1943 field trials carbines are not (rated 7 out of 10 for rarity http://7.62x54r.net/MosinID/MosinRarity.htm).

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Type 38 Arisaka made at the Jinsen (Inchon) Korea Arsenal. Jinsen made only ~13,000 Type 38 rifles for less than a year before converting to Type 99 production, making the Jinsen Type 38 among the rarest of Type 38 Arisakas.




While K98k rifles were made by the millions, the first year of production (1935) at ERMA, coded S/27.G, is one of the rarest of K98k codes with less than 7000 made.



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If one gauges 'rare' from production numbers- I think high on my list is both my 1968 Finnish M39's (Approx ~3,000 made)

(Here's one)


Followed closely by my 1945 M39 (Approx ~6,500 made)


Then of course there are many other guns I own that aren't quite rare as far as production numbers- but very rare when it comes to certain 'quirks' (such as tiger striping)...

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If one gauges 'rare' from production numbers- I think high on my list is both my 1968 Finnish M39's (Approx ~3,000 made)

(Here's one)


Followed closely by my 1945 M39 (Approx ~6,500 made)


Then of course there are many other guns I own that aren't quite rare as far as production numbers- but very rare when it comes to certain 'quirks' (such as tiger striping)...

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Ok maybe its my 1927 Ex Dragoon rifle. Converted to m91/30 specs. Hex Receiver. I've never seen one with a date that old.

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You guys got some nice stuff...
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The oldest item I have is a Smith and Wesson Model 17 Victory model. The other is some .22 short derringer with a forward swing trigger.
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1906 Winchester 1890 gallery gun. Similar to this:

http://www.gunsinternational.com/Win...n_id=100140767

Other modern but 1 of 1 rifles => manufacturer didn't make another one like it.
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My grandfather was a cattle rancher in Ely, Nevada....My father bought a used Savage Model 99 in about 1953. He used it until he decided to upgrade to a 30.06 about 10 years back. Probably has taken 60+ bucks with it considering they used to hunt year round on the ranch. My grandfathers rifle that he bought used in the early 20's was a Savage as well. a .303....lever action, octagonal barrel..it was stolen from my uncles about 20 years ago...sure wish that one was still in the family. My grandfather was born in 1899...died in 1993...and only hunted with one rifle his whole adult life...(and hunted into his very late 80's)...I hope whoever stole it died a violent death....so, that Savage 99 is my most valued gun.

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