A few pics of the rest of the collection...

Discussion in 'Vintage Topic Archive (Sept - 2009)' started by badman400, Mar 20, 2008.

  1. badman400

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    I can't remember exactly what pics I'd posted on the old forum, but here are some of them anyway. Apologies if any of these are repeats. It's a start on getting caught up. 8)

    Wife holding the Saiga 12 with AGP 10-round mag (first pic) and 20-round Wraithmaker Drum. I have an MD-20 drum coming soon. 8)
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    Kel-Tec PF-9 with Nickel plated slide:
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    A shot of all four Kel-Tec pocket pistols; P-32, P3AT, P-11 & PF-9:
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    Taurus PT-1911:
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    w/Hogue grip:
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    The Saiga .308 with Gilbert stock:
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    The Romanian AK-47:
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    Yugo M70AB underfolder AK-47 w/75-round drum:
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    The Mossberg w/ATI folding stock:
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    The 995 w/ATI stock:
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    The 4095:
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    Both HP carbines:
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    XD-45 & XD-40SC:
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    The Rock Island w/Hogue grip:
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    The Calico Liberty 100 9mm:
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    Bond Arms Texas Derringer .45 LC/.410:
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    The Bushmaster M17S (like mine but stock photo):
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    MPA Mac 10 and HK P2000:
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    CZ-52 w/Hogue wood grips:
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    Kel-Tec Sub2000 in .40, Beretta CX4 Storm in .40, and the HP 4095:
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    A couple of older group shots:
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    Kel-Tec PLR-16:
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    Kel-Tec SU-16C:
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    XCR-L:
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    CZ-75 PO1 Compact (stock photo-mine is OD green):
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  2. Great collection you have there. I have alot of work to do to get to that point.
     

  3. badman400

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    Thanks T15!

    That's not all of it, but what you see here represents about 3 years of out-of-control impulse/addiction buying after getting bit hard by the "gun bug". :oops:

    For the record, the Hi-Point C-9 was the first purchase and started it all. 8)
     
  4. Ridge

    Ridge Member

    Either your misses is really compact or the Saiga is the size of a Vulcan minigun...
     
  5. Dang, very nice collection.
     
  6. badman400

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    Ridge, you'll certainly be on the wife's good side when she reads your comment. :lol:

    But the S-12 is certainly big enough to "Git 'er Done". I'm thinking about converting and SBRing it like this one:
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  7. shelbyzman

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    that is one AWESOME collection!
     
  8. badman400

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    Thnx guys! Now if I can just stock up on some more ammo before it gets any more expensive. :shock:
     
  9. NICE collection there man :) How do you like your Kel-Tec rifles? The Sub 2000 and the SU-16 specifically? Are they both pretty reliable? I've heard had some issues with the SU-16 in the past, though I'm not sure if that's something they've worked out now. Anyway, awesome collection :)
     
  10. For some reason I am not so glad that you're back now Badman... It's probably got something to do with jealousy and the fact that your collection is MUCH better and bigger than mine... :oops: :wink:

    GREAT collection and awesome pics, the gun porn is always welcome!!!
     
  11. When can we go shoot?!? I love Calicos! The rest of the collection is damn impressive too.
     
  12. GrOuNd_ZeRo

    GrOuNd_ZeRo Gun Fanatic Member

    Nice powder can :p white bag?

    very nice collection, i'm quite jealous....
     
  13. browwiw

    browwiw Member

    Well, I know which house I'm running to when the machines finally take over.
     
  14. s0b3

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    where's the ar15s?

    j/k. nice collection.
     
  15. badman400

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    Lol. You guys are crazy. :lol:

    I missed the warped sense of humor around here. 8)

    Thanks again for all the kind words.

    eqfan592, I've had absolute relilability out of the Sub2K, and only a very few FTE's early during break-in with the SU-16C. After the first 100 rounds it too has been flawless. Still on the original extractor too!

    T357, I'd love to go shooting sometime. We have a DNR range here in the upstate of SC. Free! And you're welcome to go with me to Knob Creek KY around the end of July for the KTOG National convention. I'll be taking a few toys and a few thousand rounds, and so will a lot of other guys. BTW, the Calico has been 100% as fast as I can pull the trigger through those 100-round mags! I even got one of those speed loaders to crank the rounds into the mags. :roll:

    s0b3, no AR-15s yet. Closest thing to an AR would be the XCR, the SU-16C, and the M17S. I got some plans though. :twisted:
     
  16. Love that RIA, I might get one for my next gun, never know what it might be, but, the 1911 is a very sexy gun :twisted:
     
  17. griff30

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    nice! Any problems with that MPA Mac 10? I like it and that Saiga 308!
     
  18. badman400

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    As explained in the PM, the MPA had a few malfs at first. Sent the upper back to MPA to be repaired. It came back still less than 100%, so MPA then sent me a brand new upper which has been 99%. It will still jam when it gets really dirty, for the most part it is trouble free and fun to shoot.

    The Saiga .308 has been absolutely 100% so far. It is a little hard on the shoulder though. :twisted:
     
  19. Postal4U

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    Nice arsenal, can you really carry all those at once, or do you push a wheel barrow full. You figured out the problem of magazine swapping for sure, just change weapons and have at it. LOL
     
  20. Beautiful collection!