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    If you could buy any gun you wanted - what would you buy (Non NFA models)

    So, it seems like a simple question. If you could buy any firearm that you wanted, that is not controlled by the BAFTE and current gun control laws, like the 1968 Gun Controls Act, what you you really like to own?

    For me it's pretty easy.
    I have always wanted a 1918 BAR, like the Browning BAR used in the WW2, except in Semi-auto configuration.




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    I'm pretty much satisfied with my meager collection,but I am still holding out for a S&W 686 plus 3 .in.
    Then I will be done, well maybe..
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    A bespoke Fabbri sidelock O/U built for live pigeon shooting; engraved by Fracassi or the folks at Creative Arts in Italy, about $100K................

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    Korth combat revolver! Now 4" or 3 ... since dreams are free .. Maybe one of each! Woo hoo

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    Anything? Anything at all? Easy! A simple class C engraved Registered Magnum S&W Magnum w/ 3.5 inch barrel and Roper grips sighted in with 158 gr. JHP's at of course .357 Magnum velocity at 25 yds. Sincerely. bruce.

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    How about a model 42 Winchester with a 26" VR barrel choked modified? A SXS AYA no. 2 in 16ga with two sets of barrels. One set 26" choked SK/IC, and one set choked LM/IM.
    I did find a 4" 624 with box, docs, and tools, but I just don't have the coin right now.

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    I also would choose a BAR, but would want a full auto but, sticking to Non NFA is an easy choice too. I'd like a nice, 5 screw, 3.5 inch M27, but not so nice I couldn't shoot it

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    Non NFA? Either a H&H 600 N.E. or an Alexander Arms Ulfbehrt . I'm saving for the latter, we'll see if I get there.

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    Actually I already own all of my grail guns & am in the sad position of nothing left to lust after.... Now what do I do?
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