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In addition to the three revolvers I posted a couple of months ago I have three rifles that are over 100 years old.

1902 1898 Krag
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1918 US Model of 1917

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1921 US Springfield Model of 1903

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Some fine pics of a variety of great older firearms. MAN I love gun porn. I still say there was more detail/craftsmanship in the older stuff. Thanks for sharing the pics.
 

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An old Winchester 1885 Winder Musket that's in my collection.
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I have a very nice condition 1902 produced Krag Infantry Rifle. Have no idea how to do the pictures. It has a outstanding bore, lots of bluing, just really nice. When the weather gets better, I'll hand load some ammo and take it to the range. Then, next deer season, I intend to use it for deer hunting! Sincerely. bruce.
 

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My first hand gun purchase. A High School friend field stripped the old gal, and couldn’t put her back together. He brought it to High School in a brown lunch sack, and sold it to me for $10.00. It’s an old Budapest Frommer Stop (Hungarian Officers Pistol) chambered in 32 ACP c. 1912-1918. I still have her today! :cool:

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I'm showing up late for this party and I'm very impressed with the gun porn contributions from the members of this forum community. Indeed I favor old guns, hence my screen (and unusual firearms).

'Seein as how I'm an old geezer (many others here too) and have been doin this for a long time now, my old gun perspective has a slightly different slant than that of a younger set. Today's impressive 100 year old guns, were just used guns 60some years ago when I started gathering my own personal firearms (as opposed to "family" guns).

Anyway, here's a "Quad" of 2nd Model HE's.(first picture) and a few more interesting examples of 2nd Model Hand Ejectors.

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2nd Model HE in .45 ACP

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2nd Model HE in .45 Colt

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Brazilian Contract (obviously not 100 years old)

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