for a short period of time. then the next one.Hi all, I know everyone has a bucket list of some gun, hand gun or other.
My question is: When you realize your bucket list handgun, are you satisfied after waiting all that time to get your gun?
(Mine, on bucket list, Luger P08)
My father was a gunsmith, dealer, and collector starting in the early 1950's and left me a collection of about 100 historically significant guns that most people can only dream about, including two M1 carbines, three Springfield 1903a3, 1917 Enfield, every model of Winchester lever action from 1873, 1886, 1892, and 1894, a couple Win Mod 12 shotguns, a pair of Colt 1851 Navy revolvers, a 1911 45ACP, a colt lightening .22 cal rifle, a model 1910 FN pistol like the one used to assassinate Archduke Ferdinand to start WW1, a 6.5 mm Italian Carcano rifle like the one used to kill JFK, a battlefield captured 6.5 mm Japanese type 38 Arisaka rifle WITH chrysanthemum in tact (they could only surrender a weapon after the chrysanthemum had been ground off) , a Japanese type 99 Arisaka 7.7 mm, an 1836 Waters 54 caliber flintlock pistol, plus numerous muzzle loading shotguns, several Winchester .22 pump actions, and single shot rifles by Stevens, etc.
Great question. I'll use two handguns to answer.My question is: When you realize your bucket list handgun, are you satisfied after waiting all that time to get your gun?