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I have never went gun shooting but I would love to learn more about guns!
She's new, she's purdy and she's mine.
I believe I've completed my collection for now, I saw what interested me on the market and I've got everything that I was after
If you can take a course like NRA Basic Pistol or Basic Rifle, that would be a great place for a total beginner.
A bushmaster and a PSA I built
The current 308 project
The bump firing 22lr
So Korth has made a PPC gun . . let me just say I find this beautiful and hope they make an effort to get it on the California roster
50 Caliber roundball gun
My match mule. 600yd line
Mm..headshot......lol! (shot from my iPhone 7 yesterday)..
600 yards with iron sights? You must be a heck of a shot!
Sounds to me like he is a national match competitor. Nice to see another M1a still on the line for that. Most of the shooters have gone to ARs with 77gr SMKs these days for the 600 yard line.
Didn't know there was a Gun-Fi thread! Awesome!
Though I suspect I might not be into the same type of guns as most of you, here's part of my collection. Hope you guys will appreciate it
Morini CM 84 E
Sphinx AT 2000 S
Wow, that's a beautiful piece. Is it 9mm or 7.65? Is it an original or one of the re-releases? I'm almost afraid to ask what you paid for it. I'm guessing close to 5 figures?
Thanks! Yeah, the P210 is an absolute gem. The one I have is a civilian version of the P210-2 (the original army one), and it's a 7.65 Para. From the serial number, I could determine that it was made in the early 70's.
I paid around $1200 for it. These are very common in Switzerland, as they were used in the Swiss Army from 1949 until the introduction of the (awful) Sig Sauer P220 in 1975, and second hand ones don't get crazily expensive. Not sure how much the P210 goes for in other countries, I was quite shocked that you would suggest a 5 figure price!
I've seen them go $5-$10k USD depending on condition, here in the states when they come up for sale.