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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Pàdruig, Mar 1, 2017.
GEC 92 eureka jack & mossberg M590a1
that looks like a good candidate for the "tie it to a tire with a string on the trigger and hide behind a wall and pull the string" operation. That is an officially "bubba'd" Mini 14... never seen that before.
A couple of old soldiers owned by an old soldier:
My birth year (1963) Victorinox Soldier and a Smith & Wesson Victory from 1942. The latter was originally shipped off to our British allies, and in the intervening years saw a conversion from .38/200 to .38 Special and barrel shortening surgery. Thankfully, those modifications were professionally done, and this old warhorse still renders faithful service.
Winchester Model 100 in .308 Win from 1962, sporting a Fajen stock. The Queen #44 in Delrin Winterbottom is from 1961-1971, the Schatt & Morgan in water buffalo horn is younger. The Bean hunting shoes are brand new (as of yesterday).
Never seen a pistol like that. Very nice. And very compact. I expect it melts away and is easy to carry.
Had to show off a new (to me) piece. I think I am going to find some nice wood grips to match the knife.
Sig has made some fine weapons over the years. Don’t know about the latest stuff, but I carried a couple for many years with no complaints.
Awesome gun. Where's the knife?
Bare Head Sailors Rope Knife / 15 Ounce J-Frame Revolver
S&W 36-1, 3", J Frame. Buck 55.
From the Top: custom holster, S&W 29-2, Camillus #1012 and Frank Buster stockman, all from 1979.
Are those ports I see by the front sight?
Yes, Mike, the original . . . Mag-na-port.
Getting ready for a rabbit hunt (which happened yesterday).
Franchi Instinct SL in 20 gauge:
And a Gary Cunningham small game knife:
A back up - Beretta AL-2 (1973-1975) in 20 gauge:
And a back up Parker Frost "Mink" trapper (1978):
SWEET! I bet that Smith is a dream to carry and shoot.. I've always thought the 3" barrel is ideal... I've never seen one on a 36 before. VERY nice...