As per request in a parallel thread, since Mr. Lupin couldn't bring it on himself to RTFM and figure out how to start a new thread so he could post his pictures of his guns, but we love him anyway, *pat pat pat*
Post your pictures of your guns here. No stock pictures, no "I want this and this", just actual pictures of actual guns that you actually own. Actually.
US Army 1945 Remington M1911 .45 serial no. 2210107
To my knowledge, the holster (officer model, black) is fairly rare, but I could be mistaken. I'll post my other ones as they turn up from my storage bins.
Took you a while to start this thread, hu ? ^^ Anyways here's mine: a mauser 1889, a licence made Belgian rifle produced in America. Quite rare too, one of 6000 made:
You owe me a clip of Full Metal Jacket's Gunnery Sergeant Hartmann chanting "this is my rifle, this is my gun, this is for fighting, this is for fun", you closet pink team quarterback. Guess it's right what all my South American associates told me about you Spanish boys.
I dont have a digital camera, so this isnt actually a picture of my gun. But its basically what i have minus the scope. ruger mini 14 .223 cal.
You guys don't get the full show because I'm lazy and forget where the gun safe key is at the moment, also Cook County sucks and serveral firearms are in exile. Support equipment Not pictured: - Uberti SAA Cattleman replica - Smith and Wesson 64 in .357 - Browning Buckmaster .22 - Colt 1911A1 made by Remington - Beretta 96 DAO - Beretta 92F - New England Arms Pardner Shotgun (2) - Ruger Mini-14 - Winchester M1917 Enfield - Springfield Armory M1 Garand - Ruger 10/22 - Colt Sporter (Civiy M16A2)
Ms. Mossberg 500 with pistol grip, disassembled ATM.
My grandfather has a Lee Enfield No.1 Mk.3 and a Webley in Storage along with a shotgun of sorts that's all he told me when he came to B.C. from the Montreal environs. But I'm pushing for it and I have no competition.
Please excuse the poor pictures. The gunsafe's in a narrow closet so it's hard to get a full picture. I can upload larger pictures of these if anyone wants me to.
From left to right: 1: WWII issue Lee Enfield No.5 Jungle carbine. 2: Possibly a demilitarized WWI trench shotgun (I'm not 100% sure on this, all I know is that it has been in the family for ages). 3: Vintage 1885 Marlin. This has been in the family since it was made and I have photographs from 1906 that show my ancestors carrying this. 4: 1920s-30s single shot .22 rifle. 5: WWII issue Lee Enfield No.4 Mk I. This one was made in America by Savage and then lend-leased to the British army. 6: .55 cal octagon barrel muzzle loading flintlock. I'm not sure if this is vintage, or a remake. Not pictured: 1: 1800s single shot flip-top .22 pistol. It was the first gun to fire the .22 caliber round and it also has a very low serial number (in the low 1000's). This too has been in the family for ages. 2: Beretta revolver. Can't remember what bullet size it had. 3: Taurus pistol. Looks like a Beretta. 4: WWII issue German pistol. I can't remember what its model name was, but it looks like a the type of gun Hitler killed himself with. This has burn marks on it and was either recovered from a crashed plane, or a German ship.
WWII issue pineapple grenade. This is semi-functional (has a fuse but no powder). My grandpa swiped it while he was working in his liberty ship.
1: Ruger 10/22. 2: Korean issue M1 carbine. 3: Romanian WASR AK47.
Fuzzy Bunny;3694021*sigh* You owe me a clip of Full Metal Jacket's Gunnery Sergeant Hartmann chanting "this is my rifle, this is my gun, this is for fighting, this is for fun"...
YouTube - Full Metal Jacket Clip #3 Happy now?