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  • #31
    I thought and decided and decided on a fully accesorized Barret 50. machine gun, or a BAR. Both would be loads of fun i think.

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    • #32
      AR-15 in .223 and a Barrett M82A1 .50

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      • #33
        SPRINGFIELD M-14 - NO SCOPES, NO BIPODS. OLDER VERSION WITH FULL AUTO SELECTOR WOULD BE PLUS - BUT THEN I'D NEED BI-POD.

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        • #34
          Nowdays... A brand new Winchester M 94 made in the S.C. plant (USA). No glossy stock, nice oil finished walnut and old high gloss bluing like the pre-64's. 30-30 is fine with the Hornady's aboard. Hurry up already, there is a market!

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          • #35
            I would love to have a Remington 11-87 parkerized with a 28" vented rib Remchoke barrel, and cantalever slug barrel. I already have my favorite, it is a winchester 94 pre 64 in mint condition.

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            • #36
              My dream gun is a Vietnam era 7.62 Sniper rifle. My dad had one that he modified to fit me when I was a kid. Unfortunately, he died a few years ago and his brother was informed before his own kids. In fact we had to hunt him down because the brother never told us. I therefore cannot find another rifle in the same condition or with the Hammer and sickle on the barrel.
              My other dream gun would be an over under shotgun. 20 gauge.

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              • #37
                I have always though that the Winchester model 42 was just the bee's knees as a nice small-bore shotgun for small game and fun shooting. They have always been expensive for as long as I have been around, and it's hard to justify the cost when there are other alternatives and other types of guns to spend money on, but if money were no object I would want one for sure.

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                • #38
                  What I wouldn't give for an original .44 Auto-Mag. Shot one at the Range years ago and have wanted one ever since. But, even at the gun shows...when you do find one, it's way too pricey. Settled for a new Ruger Charger in .22 All I can say is: SWEET!!

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                  • #39
                    A pre-64 Winchester model 88 in .284 Win. with a tuned trigger. They were only made for one year in pre-64 (1963) and had hand cut checkering but, the ones I have found go for over $2000.00. It's clip fed so you get excellent range using pointed bullets and has camming action bolt lugs so I can reload hotter rounds. I'm a lefty and lever rifles work great for me.

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                    • #40
                      T/C Icon with stainless or Weather Guard barrel and action, synthetic stock, but in a light weight, short barrel version. Similar to the Ruger Compact. Also, offer a larger selection caliber choices.

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                      • #41
                        Pre-64 Winchester 88 .284 Win.. Tuned.

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                        • #42
                          For upland hunting a Fox side by side in 16 gauge, single selectable trigger, 26 inch barrels w/ choke tubes, beaver tail forend & a nice recoil pad.

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                          • #43
                            Browning Citori in any gauge & a pre 64 model 70 in .270.

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                            • #44
                              A Crazy Horse M-14SE with the Troy Industries on M14 Modular Chassis System.

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                              • #45
                                hunter2057 made me think and now i am leaning towards a Icon in a varmint caliber

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