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Old July 30th, 2016, 07:56 PM   #121
 
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Old July 30th, 2016, 10:42 PM   #122
 
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I have several nice guns too hard to label a flagship gun. For a rifle my pre 64 Win. Model 70 .270, Have 3 D/A revolvers that I really like my SP101 .327FM 3 inch barrel. S&W Model 66 no dash .357 & my Ruger GP100 Wiley Clapp .357
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My grandfather's Savage Fox Model B. A simple working man's shot gun, it is nothing spectacular but my grand father was a great man that served and volunteered to fight the good fight in WWII. He gave it to me long before he past, and now it is the only thing I have left to remember him by.

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My no 1a in 30.06 purchased in 1983.
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Old December 2nd, 2016, 07:54 AM   #125
 
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Mauser Luger

1942 Mauser (byf) Luger - beautiful pistol and the last year of Luger production (German army switched to the P-38 by end of 42). WB
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Winchester model 92, manufactured in 1894, bought new by my Great Grandfather.
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Old December 2nd, 2016, 08:24 AM   #127
 
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mines a toss up between my Ruger P90 (45acp) and my Ruger SR1911 (45acp) both shoot very accurately ...
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Old December 2nd, 2016, 08:45 AM   #128
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flagship... the M1A Socom

workhorse... the CX4 Storm

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flagship... 92A1

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1942 Mauser (byf) Luger - beautiful pistol and the last year of Luger production (German army switched to the P-38 by end of 42). WB
Gorgeous piece of history. What an amazing thing to own and cherish. I love the design of the Luger P08 and I am a huge fan of historic and modern German firearms.

The flagship/baby of my collection is my blued Walther PPK/S .380 ACP built by Interarms. The example I have is in extremely good condition and was once owned/carried by a Bronx police officer. The Walther PP series is the most beautiful handgun design of all time IMO...

The Luger P08, Walther/Mauser P38, and Walther PP series all have a fascinating history.
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Old December 2nd, 2016, 11:19 AM   #130
 
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Winchester model 62A as original as the day it was made in '48 and as clean as my Dad insisted it be kept..my first rifle of many to follow. Ruger single six Flatgate from 1956..original and nicely "purpled".22LR only as the 22 magnum had not yet been introduced...again, first of many to follow.
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Old December 2nd, 2016, 11:42 AM   #131
 
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I have a few, but this is TOP of the heap!

As a Marine it's at my side 24/7. My Colt M45A1.



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Old December 2nd, 2016, 01:58 PM   #132
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Mine is a Smith & Wesson 6" Model 29-6. When I heard the would be discontinued back in the 90's sometime I had my local gun shop order one in blue. I replaced the Hogue rubber grips with Hogue Goncalo Alves ones and I added Smith medallions later. It wont let me post a picture yet, said I need more posts.
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Would have to be the black powder .69 cal double barrel rifle given to me by my father-in-law. He built it 45 or 50 years ago and she's a beauty. Photos don't do it justice.
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