Nissan Titan Forum banner

41 - 60 of 1377 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
780 Posts
RedHotTitan said:
It's great to hear there are other women out there who aren't afraid to own and use firearms :). Sounds like you've got a keeper there, Teche!

my wife and I take her mother's husband out to the range with us.
after hole-ing the head sillouette with her Sat Night Special
she reach for my 44RM revolver when the old man blurts out, "a woman can't shoot a magnum!"
BANG! a big rings centers over all the little rings.
my wife looks back (smoking barrel still pointed down range, finger on the guard)
da old man is speachless.
there a visa commercial if i ever saw one.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
1,704 Posts
^^See, I want my wife to join me out at the range. i think she would enjoy it. Did your wife like guns before she met you or after? Did she take the initiative or did you have to get her out there?
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
780 Posts
MO Titan said:
^^See, I want my wife to join me out at the range. i think she would enjoy it. Did your wife like guns before she met you or after? Did she take the initiative or did you have to get her out there?
wife's father was in law enforcement. we started going to the range while we were dating.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
908 Posts
pluckyew said:
wife's father was in law enforcement. we started going to the range while we were dating.
you dated your father in law? thats kind of low down. but then nothing really surprises me anymore.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
450 Posts
smith and wesson: M&P .40
smith and wesson: 4006 tactical .40
smith and wesson: 446 2inch hammerless 5shot (my offduty/back up)
beretta: 92FS 9mm (Duty Weapon)
beretta: Mini Cougar .40
Rugar 357 mag.
M-1 Carbine, Remington 12gauge,

Wish List: AK-47...
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
3,239 Posts
Pistols
Glock 17.
Colt SAA's 1st Gen 45LC
Colt New Service 44-40
Colt 1903
Merwin Hulbert & Co. SA 44-40
Merwin Hulbert & Co. DA 44-40
S&W New Navy 44 Russian; 44-40
Oury Galand
Baby Browning
*************
Rifles
Evans New Model Carbine 44 EC
Stevens 425 25-20
Savage 99 300 Savage
Remington Model 8 35R
Sauer Mauser 7X57
BSA Sporter 30-06
1898 Krag
1873 Winchester
1876 Winchester
1885 Winchester
1886 Winchester
1892 Winchester
1894 Winchester
1895 Winchester
1895 Winchester-Lee Navy
1905 Winchester
Model 65 Winchester
1895 Browning
Model 53 Browning
Model 65 Browning
*************
Shotguns
Remington Model 11
Moore 12 Gauge
1887 Winchester
1897 Winchester

and etc...

NRA; WACA; WCA; CCA; BBHC/CFM L/M
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
511 Posts
BKW said:
Pistols
Glock 17.
Colt SAA's 1st Gen 45LC
Colt New Service 44-40
Colt 1903
Merwin Hulbert & Co. SA 44-40
Merwin Hulbert & Co. DA 44-40
S&W New Navy 44 Russian; 44-40
Oury Galand
Baby Browning
*************
Rifles
Evans New Model Carbine 44 EC
Stevens 425 25-20
Savage 99 300 Savage
Remington Model 8 35R
Sauer Mauser 7X57
BSA Sporter 30-06
1898 Krag
1873 Winchester
1876 Winchester
1885 Winchester
1886 Winchester
1892 Winchester
1894 Winchester
1895 Winchester
1895 Winchester-Lee Navy
1905 Winchester
Model 65 Winchester
1895 Browning
Model 53 Browning
Model 65 Browning
*************
Shotguns
Remington Model 11
Moore 12 Gauge
1887 Winchester
1897 Winchester

and etc...

NRA; WACA; WCA; CCA; BBHC/CFM L/M
Very nice collection. That's more than one college fund! I like your choice of the one modern piece you have as well.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
3,239 Posts
12glocks said:
Very nice collection. That's more than one college fund! I like your choice of the one modern piece you have as well.
I bought one of the very first Glocks sold in the US...a very low 3 digit serial number...with the multi (more than 10) round mags which are no longer available in CA.

However, if the gun was purchased new by the current owner, the mags are legal...however, they must be disposed of either out of state (with a ffl required), or turned in at a local ffl dealer if I decided to sell it.

Ahh...stupid gun laws...protect the criminal, and to he!! with the law abiding citizen!
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
3,239 Posts
12glocks said:


Not all my hardware, some are on deployment in vehicles etc. Too many to list right now.

Anyone do this too?

No reloading supplies, but that (look a like) Liberty D-23 safe looks awful empty.....I could use the space!!
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
511 Posts
I agree it's a bit empty in the long gun department. All my freinds out grew their 500 pound safes so I got a big one (plus it is a major deal to try and carry a 1100 plus pound safe away). It will take a few years to fill up and I will have some fun doing it.:rofl:
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
12,510 Posts
12glocks said:
I agree it's a bit empty in the long gun department. All my freinds out grew their 500 pound safes so I got a big one (plus it is a major deal to try and carry a 1100 plus pound safe away). It will take a few years to fill up and I will have some fun doing it.:rofl:
Better bolt that safe to the floor! That was the first thing I did to mine! All it takes is a hand truck to get it out of there.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
511 Posts
I was just discussing that with BKW. Rolling it out of my basement would be a little more complicated than most places because I live in the mountains and my yard is not level. Photobucket is not working otherwise I would put a pic in.

I could barely get anyone to deliver the safe for $200 and one of the local Liberty dealers said "I'll let them have that one." Don't get me wrong, I know it can be done and I don't want to come off with a false sense of security. I owuld be a lot more nervous if it was a 500 pounder and not the 1100 plus pounder. But being on the downhill side of and 1100 pound safe trying to keep it level is not something I ever want to do.

Did I mention I have a large protective Rhodesian Ridgeback? :eveilgrin

Your point is well taken though.

Keep the lists coming gentlement. I like the pics myself.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
805 Posts
Pre 1964 Winchester Model #70 in .257 Roberts

Bedside protection. Glock Model #22 .40 S&W
loaded with 150gr. Cor-Bon +P ammo.
 
41 - 60 of 1377 Posts
Top