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    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)

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    A few of mine:











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    I even have a .22 Python


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    Quote Originally Posted by andyd View Post
    I even have a .22 Python

    Wow. So I take it that's an aftermarket system with a barrel insert, and chamber sleeves? How long does it take to install? How does it make sure the center-aligned firing pin hits the rim primer? And why aren't we seeing photos of that Colt beauty at least every week?
    "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

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    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
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    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.
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    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

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    I have more than a few that fall into this category. These are just a couple I have photos of on this puter:
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    Love those Berettas, Rogue TS1.

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    Hi-Standard Sport King mfg. 1954

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    "Guns are a lot like parachutes ~ If you need one and don't have one, you'll probably never need one again".

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