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    Arrow What Firearms Are You Currently Looking For to Buy

    For me currently it is:

    Ruger Model AR-556
    , new under $550.00 - It would be my first AR type rifle. I have a Ruger Mini 14.

    S&W Model 4040PD - It would be my first 40mm. Bought one on July 18, 2016

    S&W Model 4566TSW
    with the integrated rail - I have a S&W Model 4566 that I am polishing to a chrome looking finish. I also have a 5906TSW so this would be my second TSW.
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    This my kind of thread! I love to think about this!

    1) a Ruger Vaquero SA (would love to have the 9mm/.357 covertible model) they stopped making those some time ago

    2) a S&W Victory

    3) a 3" S&W revolver of some sort (don't have any revolver in 3" barrel length)

    4) a CZ scorpion evo 9mm
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    Not actively looking yet, but as soon as I have the cash I intend to get a 6 inch 686 and a 2.5 inch 66. A 586 and 19 would also work if at the right price. I may have to move something down the road to help the funding and if I do its probably going to be the 6 inch Colt official police. Its OK , but I just prefer S&W revolvers to the Colt.

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    S&W Model 66-1 4 inch

    S&W Model 629 (no dash) 6 inch

    I have the S&W Model 60 (no dash) 1.875 inch. The additional of these two would complete my triad.
    Last edited by legelegel; 07-15-2016 at 01:11 AM.
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    I have the desire for an AR but I can't get a cheek weld because of my literally stiff neck. I have limited motion rolling my head forward. I can't afford it anyway but I was once more than a fair shot with the A2.
    I have been through selling off firearms to pay medical bills, then reacquiring a few again. I now have more than I can shoot or do shoot. I guess I am lucky in that friends from church really do want my participation in our shooting group.
    I enjoy seeing their new acquisitions and they enjoy showing them and letting me shoot them.
    That has a big drawback - it makes me want guns I can't afford and don't need.
    But it sure is fun pulling the trigger on a new and different firearm and hitting the target with it.

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    Ruger Redhawk .45ACP/.45 Colt combo revolver.

    COME TAKE IT.
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    A new AR of some brand, and a small 9mm for EDC. The Sig P226 is getting hard to lug around...
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    I too am toying with the Ruger Redhawk .45 combo idea. The new approach of inside/out clips intrigues me. And, since it is essentially a magnum platform one should have a lot of diversity in developing the .45 Colt loads.
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    -Beretta Cougar 8357 357Sig
    -S&W 3rd gen 40s'
    -S&W 3rd gen 3913,3913LS,3913NL
    -Weatherby Mark XXII 22s'
    -Remington 541T,541THB
    -Ruger Mini14 Ranch
    -S&W 22lr revolver
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    Just brought 2 stripped ar lowers multi-cal. Now I need a couple more parts.. one will be a 10" pistola, 2nd is a project for another day.

    Also, still on the British revolver hunt - lots of bidding but no 1st prize
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