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    Whaddya shoot and how pretty is it? Post pics of your arsenals

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    I own a .22 for home defense and small game hunting. Im looking to buy an AK47 or a Mosin Nagant.
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    I have a CZ75B Omega
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    I have a Marlin Glenfield Model A repeating rifle, 3030 rounds
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    A few family heirlooms, and a browning 9mm + a Smith and Wesson M&P for home defense. No pre-1900s weapons unfortunately. I would love to have one though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rithal View Post
    A few family heirlooms, and a browning 9mm + a Smith and Wesson M&P for home defense. No pre-1900s weapons unfortunately. I would love to have one though.
    I would love to have a family heirloom that was a weapon, but i have other things

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    I also have a 12 gauge SbS but it's disassembled so I didn't add it. The Winchester 1873 needs some work but it is original, it's been in my family for over 100 years, I think my great grandfather bought it in 1876.
    I plan on adding many more firearms to my arsenal, the Springfield Model 1892–99, Martini Henry Mk 1-4, A Mississippi Rifle, and a 1851 Colt Navy are the firearms that I plan to add next. Oh and a M1 Garand.
    And one day when I have enough I plan on buying this baby and doin some target practice with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Legion View Post
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    I also have a 12 gauge SbS but it's disassembled so I didn't add it. The Winchester 1873 needs some work but it is original, it's been in my family for over 100 years, I think my great grandfather bought it in 1876.
    I plan on adding many more firearms to my arsenal, the Springfield Model 1892–99, Martini Henry Mk 1-4, A Mississippi Rifle, and a 1851 Colt Navy are the firearms that I plan to add next. Oh and a M1 Garand.
    And one day when I have enough I plan on buying this baby and doin some target practice with it.
    http://steencannons.com/cannons/maco...nder-napoleon/
    How much do they cost? The cannon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Willy The Walrus View Post
    How much do they cost? The cannon.
    I think around 20k for all of it but I'm not sure I think the cannon itself is around 10-12k
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    Henry C. McKenzie, 3rd Georgia Infantry, June 1, 1861 - January 28, 1863

    Charles R. Beddingfield, 38th Alabama Infantry

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    Im gonna buy a Mosin Nagant real soon. Found a few that are quite cheap. Prices range from around $100-$150.

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