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So my wife says "How many guns are you up to now?...........

I couldn't answer that question since storage has been piecemeal around the house. (makes it tougher for burglers to find them all)
So I dragged them all out for a group photo. Some of them had never met the others before, ...I introduced them.:D

They are (top to bottom):



Update! By a strange quirk of fate while my guns were posing for the picture, a bolt of Florida lightning hit and destryed all of my guns and the list on my computer too!
It was horrible, just small chunks of metal and some specks of rifleling left.
Incredibly the floor was left untouched!.....see below.









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Let's see your gun porn so my wife will realize there are others like me.......:D
 

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Without providing the entire planet with an itemized list of my personal arsenal, I currently possess:

14 autopistols in .22 LR, .380 ACP, 9mm, .40 S&W and .45 ACP
7 revolvers in .22 LR, .38 Special, .357 Magnum, .44 Magnum and .45 ACP
7 centerfire rifles in .223, .308, .30-06, .44 Magnum and .45-70 Govt.
5 rimfire rifles in .22 LR
5 shotguns in 12 gauge
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Total: 38



That doesn't include flare guns (2), edged weapons, impact weapons, pepper spray, etc. :D
 

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According to my wife, I have too many as well. But, she is always saying that if I need one, they are hidden away in China. :laughing
 

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Hello All,

Before the tragic moving accident over that bridge;

26 Total. 13 Handguns and 13 rifles or carbines in 12 calibers by 12 different Makers. 2 Full safes , 1 for guns and 1 for the pills.

Safety First...Keep your groups tight

mM
 

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So my wife says "How many guns are you up to now?...........

I couldn't answer that question since storage has been piecemeal around the house. (makes it tougher for burglers to find them all)
So I dragged them all out for a group photo. Some of them had never met the others before, ...I introduced them.:D

They are (top to bottom):



Update! By a strange quirk of fate while my guns were posing for the picture, a bolt of Florida lightning hit and destryed all of my guns and the list on my computer too!
It was horrible, just small chunks of metal and some specks of rifleling left.
Incredibly the floor was left untouched!.....see below.









l



Let's see your gun porn so my wife will realize there are others like me.......:D

Wow mmargotta, even the dog in your last picture looks as if he's saying "What happened?" :D
 

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Sweet Bushmaster J T. The AR is next on my list. I just can't decide between the 9mm or the .223.
 

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Had a Bushmaster Carbon-15, did not care for the absence of a foreward assist button or an ejection port cover and traded it off. As far as weight reduction, By the time most shooters add on all of the little gizmos and gadgets that we do, a few oz diff in weight using carbon fiber is not worth loosing the above features to me.
 

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Sweet Bushmaster J T. The AR is next on my list. I just can't decide between the 9mm or the .223.
NkmG19,

A 9mm. is a handgun round, good for a short distance - 25yds. to 50yds.

If you want an AR, then you are looking for something that can reach out and "touch" someone out to 100yds to 200yds. In that case a .223 is the way to go. IMHO.

Not that I have one ya know, :rolleyes: just what I heard.
 
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