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My wish list includes:

 

A good bolt action .30/06 (Ruger, Savage, Remington, Weatherby, etc.).

 

A Ruger 4" GP100 .357.

 

A stainless Ruger 10/22 carbine.

 

A Glock 26 or 27.

 

A good 1911 .45.

 

A Remington 870 12 gauge.

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gov issue m4 5.56

squad automatic weaepon 5.56

m24 sniper

50 cal sniper

1911 colt

m14

m1 grand

22 survival rifle

1873 springfeild carbine

 

 

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Well, jeeze I was hopin' they had intro'd a new one LOL.

 

I only want a few more Glocks: a 26, 27, 31, 32, 33, 37, 17 and 19.

 

Is that too much to ask? LOL

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Glock makes pistols and various digging/entrenching tools.  Folks have been clamoring for a Glock carbine for years, to no avail so far.

 

www.glock.com

OK, what I thought. One of my friends who is "So Smart" was tellin me that they made all kindsa guns.

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My dream list:

 

Springfield Armory M1A .308

Rock River Arms Elite CAR A4 5.56 mm

Uberti 1873 Winchester  in .45 Colt

Remington 700, Ruger 77, or Savage 110 in .30-06

Ruger Red Label O/U in 12 gauge

Wilson Combat Standard Model shotgun 12 gauge

Ed Brown Special Forces 1911 .45ACP  AND/OR:

Colt Gunsite Pistol 1911 .45 ACP AND/OR:

Rock River Arms Pro Carry 1911 .45 ACP AND/OR:

Les Baer Custom Carry 1911 .45ACP AND/OR:

Wilson Combat CQB Elite 1911 .45 ACP (ok, most any 1911 is on the list....)

Every model of Glock handgun ever made!  (including the Glock 18 full-auto machine pistol!)

Smith & Wesson Mountain Gun Model 625 .45 Colt

Ruger P345 .45 ACP

Most of Ruger's revolvers (Redhawk, Super Redhawk Alaskan, Blackhawk, Vaquero, so on and so forth)

Springfield Armory xD in 9mm, .40 S&W, and .45 ACP

Smith & Wesson model 638 Bodyguard Airweight

Winchester 1897 shotgun

Winchester 1887 shotgun

Winchester 1895 rifle

Colt 1903 Pocket Hammerless AND a  Colt 1908 Pocket Hammerless

M1 Carbine

M1 Garand

Lee-Enfield No 1 Mk III  or No5 (Jungle Carbine)

Springfield  1903A3

Matini-Henry  (ever watch "Zulu"?)

and the list could go on in perpetuity....

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Kentucky Bob, you shouldn't restrict yourself like that, my friend!  What do you REALLY want???  :woot: :rofl:

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Kentucky Bob, you shouldn't restrict yourself like that, my friend!  What do you REALLY want???  :woot: :rofl:

 

Well, since you asked....

 

Henry Goldenboy .22LR

Henry Pump Action .22LR

Mossberg JIC (Just In Case) series Cruiser OR Mariner

Smith & Wesson M&P15T Rifle

Smith & Wesson Model 21 .44 Spl

Smith & Wesson Model 29 .44 mag

Smith & Wesson Gold Series Grade I

Ruger Mini 14

Ruger Mini 30

Ruger Frontier in .308

Remington-Rand 1911A1

Colt Detective Special .38spl (pre WWII vintage)

Colt Agent .38spl

Colt Python .357mag

Colt Cobra .38spl

Colt Woodsman .22LR

Browning BAR Safari .300 Win Mag

Marlin 1895G .45-70

 

...just for starters.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Guest adrenjunky

So many

 

Sig 556

Springfield M1A loaded

Springfield TRP

Springfield XD45

Beretta Xtrema2 in 12g

Beretta Onyx 20g

Beretta Silverhawk 12 and 20g

Weatherby Vanguard 300win mag

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This might be a good time to add my o2 to this topic. In the Stroud forum Les insisted he didnt want any gun or knife posts in his forum.

 

It was than and is now my contention that finding food in a survival situation is primary to surviving.Honing shooting and hunting skills is a plus and could mean life or death.

 

In his latest shows he actually "hunts" with a rifle. The gun he chose for the show was suspect to me right off the bat. There were many better choices that I would have made.I noticed he was not successful in "shooting" anything. Maybe if he would have spent more time honing those skills he would have been more successful.

 

The same holds true with fishing. I have yet to see him catch one fish.

 

Urban survival could also be who has the weapons. This scenario is probably more likely in todays urban settings.

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Good point Swede, and it's the moderators responsibility to steer the topic in the right direction too. I think the crowd (family) we have here can discuss these matters in a responsible manner too.

 

I certainly won't get on my NRA soapbox because it's not necessary or appropriate, everyone here so far has had the respect to not troll on the thread, and I don't think it'll be likely either. If you don't like guns, don't participate in the thread. Simple.

 

With good moderating and respectful members, topics about firearms can be very informational.

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I agree.

 

I like Les, but his "no guns" policy on his board drove me away from it when it "restarted".  It was absolutely his right to have that policy, and my right to eschew his board because of it.

 

Having said that, I do like Les and "Survivorman", as I stated before.

 

I don't think his choice of a .22 rifle was a bad one from a food gathering perspective, though, since I doubt seriously that he would've killed any large game even if he'd run across it.

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Les Stroud is why I joined survival forums and why Im still involved in them. I think his shows are one of the best things on television right now and I can only respect and admire the man. He has his reasons for his stand on guns and its mostly his image he worries about.

 

 

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I guess he has the notion that he was going to get that hard-core survivalist mentallity started on his forum (probably afraid some of us were holed up in a bunker somewhere, waiting for WWIII  :ninja: ).  Oh well, HIS loss!

 

I have a gun trade going on later!  Going to the gun shop and trading my S&W 66 (14 yrs old) for a brand new S&W 642.  I'll break the new one in this weekend!  :thumbsup:

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