Wish List!

The great thing about when the safe is full they sell more safes.

Currently my personal collection (not including his) isn’t that large. 1 pistol, 1 rifle, 1 muzzleloader, 2 shotguns. I would like to reacquire what I had in the past (all sold by the ex, there’s a reason why they’re an ex lol). All of which are on the wish list to get back. Which includes: Remington model 7 stainless composite stock in .308 Winchester with a Leopold 3x9, Ruger model 77 in 30.06, Mossberg 500, and the Colt King Cobra .357 magnum 6" barrel (pretty sure one of the original King Cobra’s will be hard to come by and pretty pricey. May have to settle for the re-released carry version. Hard to swallow that $900 price tag to replace something with not the exact same thing. Also, didnt pay close to that for mine new back in 1992. Live and learn right?).

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@Lacy you and I can definitely be friends :grin: :star_struck:

I hear you on the exes… I’ve got two and I’ve lost two complete sets of tools that way. My current (and final) hubby is the first of them to be a serious gun guy, although I had a shotgun, a rifle, and a handgun before I met him. I probably didn’t qualify as a gun nut until after I married him. Now… um yeah, it’s not just him :wink: :innocent:

I think the only thing we’ve sold that I miss is the Desert Eagle .50AE… its expensive to shoot, but it was pretty fun.

No muzzle loaders in the safe, but the hubby sent me a picture of one the other day so… maybe we’ll fill that gap.

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I would love to purchase a Daniel Defense Rifle. Unfortunately, I know nothing about these rifles and how to go about getting the best (I want to compete in shooting competitions) model for myself.

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I think that would make a great topic, @Leonard! I’ll start it for you and tag you in it so you’re sure to see it!

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Wishing, hey? I’ll keep it to the firearms so as not to break the bandwidth.
Ruger Security 9 Compact
Ruger PC9 Carbine
New Original Henry Rifle in .45 Colt
SW Model 3 top break revolver in 45Colt ( with full leather rig of course),

That’ll do for a start.

Regards.

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I would like to replace a firearm that was destroyed in a car fire I had years ago. It was a WW1 era government issue 1911. It hurt. Real bad. Need to someday find another in that won’t put me in the poor house.

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@Dawn. Thank you so much. I look forward to the post.

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