Felt cute, can’t do pics right now, might add later...
• High Standard HB
• High Standard Sport King
• Llama VX (80% clone of a 1911 in .22)
• Browning Buck Mark Target (7.5” fluted bull barrel, top picatinny rail with 2-7x long-eye-relief scope, rifle-accurate)
• Ruger Mark IV 22/45 (dark grey upper with gold TiNi barrel and trigger, the least pimpy color scheme I liked)
Nobody mentioned long guns, but hey, why not.
• Rossi Gallery Gun
• Ruger 10/22 (Hogue Overmolded in Green Ghillie, 4–12x scope, a real tack-driver)
• Marlin XT-22 (cheap-a55 bolt gun, but will put 5 Mini-Mags in one ragged hole at 50yds, so I’m good)
"It is wonderful, in the event of a street fight, how few bullets seem to hit the men they are aimed at." Ranch Life and the Hunting Trail, Theodore Roosevelt, 1888
Here are my S&W's, though a couple didn't make it to the photo shoot. I don't see my custom engraved 650 or my 34. The 650 is a beauty, with both the .22LR and .22 Magnum cylinders and two sets of grips. Engraver Brooks Burt did the chisel engraving
Found the 650. Previous owner had no idea what he had. Brooks Burt called this near-total engraving and he would have charged five figures for it.
Favorite revolver is the Ruger Single Six. I taught many people how to shoot with this gun, first. Favorite auto is a Hammerli. As someone else said, the Neos has that "space gun" look and it is very accurate. I bought it because it is a Giugiaro design and I sure can't afford his clothing lines or exotic cars! Sooo, I can brag that I own a Giugiaro.
Somewhere I have a Colt Diamondback .22LR. I'll post pics if I find it, but you already know what it looks like . . ..
And a really long-nose Trooper Mk III.
OK, found 'em. Colt New Frontier, Single-Action Frontier Scout and Peacemaker Buntline in the mix
Last edited by Backpacker; 09-13-2019 at 08:52 AM. Reason: Got the Colt model wrong.
I have more than a few that fall into this category. These are just a couple I have photos of on this puter:
Wounds of the flesh a surgeon's skill may heal but wounded honour is only cured with steel.
Love those Berettas, Rogue TS1.
Hi-Standard Sport King mfg. 1954
"Guns are a lot like parachutes ~ If you need one and don't have one, you'll probably never need one again".
The problems we face today are there because the people who work for a living are out numbered by the people that vote for a living
"No man who refuses to bear arms can give sound reason why he should be allowed to live in a free country" Teddy Roosevelt
Gun control is like trying to reduce drunk driving by making it tougher for sober people to own cars.