Discussion in 'Ammunition' started by LAZY EYED SNIPER, Jul 26, 2013.
Edit: added the .45 and 12ga
Yes Sir, traded it for another 9mm.
Can't go wrong there.
9mm .38 spl and few .357 , 12ga. I had couple of 10/22's but got bored and sold them.Would like a .223 bolt rifle maybe
22 Short; 22 Long; 22 LR; 380 Auto; 9mm Luger; 38 Special; 357 Magnum; 40 S&W; 22-250 Rem; 7.62X39; 30-30 Win; 7.62X54R; 30-06 Springfield. Have to add 6.5 CM.
How did I miss this thread?
.38 Special/.357 Mag
.44 Special/.44 Mag
.32 S&W Long
Here's my list, 22lr,12 and 20 gauge, 30/30,7.62x39 and 8mm mauser. 38/357,9mm luger ,45acp. And about 30 rounds of 8mm Remington magnum ! LOL
22LR (R&P), 22 mag, 9mm, 38/357, 45 Auto (acp), 223/556, 3030, 7.62x54R, 45 Blackpowder, .410, 20 ga shotgun and 12 ga shotgun.
I guess this means presently?
22 LR handgun (2)
32 ACP handgun
32 Long handgun
9mm handgun (2)
38 spec handgun
243 rifle (2)
Add another 28ga SxS and a 20ga SxS
.22LR, .223, 5.56mm, 38 Special, .357Magnum, 9mm, .177 air gun, 12 ga, shotguns, 20 ga shotguns.
Only problem is, all my guns and ammo were in a boat recently, the boat overturned in the middle of the Gulf of Mexico and it's all gone. I don't have any ammo or guns now. None.
Sorry to hear about your hammers and nails Frog.
Me too. I told that to the spousal unit and she said no more guns. That means, just do it, LOL!
Man that's horrible. It's like loosing family. I watch a YouTube guy named Colion Noir. He has apparel that says, "I lost my guns in a boating accident" as a joke. But this is no joke. No joke at all.
The usualish: .22LR & Shorts, .223/5.56mm, 9mm, .30-06, .45ACP, .45LC, .410, 20ga, 12ga. Got inventories of .38Spl, .40S&W and 7.62x39 but nothing to shoot them out of. The most unique caliber is 8mm (7.92) Mauser. Also .68 paint and nylon ball.
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