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What guns are on your list for 2013? see last year I said i was going to get a wheel gun That one I got, I plan on getting an M1 Garand if things work out ......Lets hear whats on your wish list.
 

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Any one that I can afford!!! Damn price gouging slobs:mad: There's still a few honest gun businesses that haven't raised prices on old inventory items. I still want to obtain another good .22LR for grandkids to punch paper and hunt with when they visit. Interested in a .22WMR or .17HMR. Trouble is...ammo $$$ & supply levels? Got plenty of center fires and the shotgun collection is sufficient. Just wondering what bumbling joe's "recommendations" will be tomorrow and which side of the line the majority of the combined chambers will take in the near future?
 

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No thanks. None for me. I'm good.
Guns are like kids. The more you have, the more you have to feed them. :eek:

Seriously, if I find a reasonable deal on a Marlin 1894C - maybe???
Other than that, the normal buy, sell and trade. ;)
 

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I want a Marlin lever .22
 

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I would like a bolt 243; some model 1911 type and maybe a 45 colt lever. Mostly the 243.
 

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I've got a S&W 22A-1 .22 Target pistol on order in 7". Really wish it was a Model 41 but can't (in my right mind) justify the $800 price difference.
 

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I just cant see paying that much for a 22lr
 

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Probley nothin this year, I put new sights on the muzzle loader and want to get some good range time in for deer & elk season.........However If a .357 lever gun presents itself then maybe
 

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Well, now that my son re-woken my interest in shooting a couple months back. My wife has also became interested. Her and my son just registered for a Hunters Safety Course for March. Now she wants her very own 20 gauge. Just not sure which maker.
 

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Mossberg makes a great pump!!
 

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Well, now that my son re-woken my interest in shooting a couple months back. My wife has also became interested. Her and my son just registered for a Hunters Safety Course for March. Now she wants her very own 20 gauge. Just not sure which maker.
I'd opt for an 870 Express. It ain't pretty, but with the RemChoke System, you've got things well covered If she's small statured, the youth model seems to fit women well.
 

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We still have that Cape Buffalo problem in the neighborhood and I still haven't gotten a .375 H&H to "sort things out" but I'm hopeful.
 

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Well..... We went looking looking at 20 gauge shotguns. She's choosing the Mossberg 500. She's just not sure between the synthetic camo stock or the wood stock. I think leaning towards the wood stock.
But wait...... Then she sees the Purple 38 special and "pretty" multi color 9 mm . Then she turns to me with a BIG OL'E SMILE. lol
 

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My list is long because my fund$ come up a little short
 

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Well..... We went looking looking at 20 gauge shotguns. She's choosing the Mossberg 500. She's just not sure between the synthetic camo stock or the wood stock. I think leaning towards the wood stock.
But wait...... Then she sees the Purple 38 special and "pretty" multi color 9 mm . Then she turns to me with a BIG OL'E SMILE. lol
Do we smell a Mossy & a handgun...together. Oh well, it's an investment in so many ways:D
 
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