truth-is-treason asked: Favorite handgun, rifle and shotgun that you've owned. Go!
Rifle, my Bulgarian AK-74, shotgun, the Hawk 982:
Handgun, my Citadel Arms M1911A1.
I’ve been buying guns for four years now, and in that time I’ve owned 33 different firearms. I’ve sold or traded more than I have kept, but I still have about half that number. I’ve had 14 handguns, 11 rifles, and 8 shotguns. All together that is roughly $12,200 worth of guns. That’s not counting ammo or accessories. That’s not how much I spent, either, that’s just the value. I usually get pretty good deals on guns, then when I get tired of them I sell them for what they are worth. All-in-all, if I could have the money or the guns, I’d still take the guns.
I need to make a music video of Sweet Child Of Mine with me running in slow-mo through a moonlit field laughing and frolicking and rolling around with my AK.
Nothing says calm your tits like an AKM with a 75 round drum mag full of soft points.
Sometimes I’m sad, then I remember that I have a Luger.
1934 Hex Izhevsk Mosin at 250 Meters
Had the day off and decided to do some relaxing longer range iron sight shooting (about as long as I can shoot with the sights on a Mosin.) Set out an 11.5x17” target and shot a few groups. I shot with the bayonet affixed as this Mosin was regulated with the bayonet. I think the spread is due to that fact. I want to re-regulate the sights and work on the horrible trigger and try again. All things considered though, it was at least decent. The front sight of the rifle was half again as wide as the target, and the trigger truly is a disaster. Ammo was ‘77 manufactured 147 Gr. steel core light ball surplus. The photos are all captioned, and they are all horrible cell phone pictures.