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5 hours ago, caffeineStew said:

Is that holster Sting Ray skin?

 

What material is that plate on the handle?

 

Yeah, that is black Stingray hide.

The grips are Cocobolo wood. Nothing too fancy, but the pattern and mosaic checkering make it look great with the damascus pattern.

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Looks like it belonged to a mexican drug baron! :D

 

Jokes aside, that m1911 is pretty baller. 

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Here's one for you guys. A friend of mine has a strange SVT40 that was converted to .303 and butchered by his grandfather and is now passed down to him. Beside it is my SVT40 if you need to look at something prettier.9Wiukt3.jpg

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Haven't posted here for a while, figure I'd find this thread again.  Changed my AR a little bit and picked up 2 Mosins recently.  One is a 1932 Izhevsk hex and the other is a 1952 Polish M44 (Not in a Polish stock though unfortunately).  I grabbed these Mosins because of the excellent condition they are both in.  The bore on the 91/30 is very good and the bore on the M44 looks damn near brand new.  The 91/30 was sighted in dead on at 100 with the rear sight at 100 and was pulling decent groups for its age.  Have not shot the M44 yet.  Picture of my Polish AKMS here too because it's one of my favorites.  I also picked up a Glock 43 4 or 5 months ago which I've been carrying when I don't feel like carrying my 19 but want something bigger then my little LCP.

 

And Rybec, I nearly cried when I saw that SVT in your post above.  Dear god.  Yours is beautiful though.

 

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Can't get enough of old milsurp guns. My collection is limited but I'm looking to expand it quite a bit!

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Lee Enfield No4 MKI from 1948

 

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M1 Carbine from 1944 of mostly Winchester origin. Unfortunately haven't taken a beauty shot of it yet.

 

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An (unfortunately) sporterized Springfield 1903A3 made by Smith Corona in 1943. I got this as a gift from my grandfather. I love the way it works, just wish it still had it's original parts and furniture :(

 

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Last ditch Type 30 Jap bayonet. Still researching this one.

 

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US Model 1917 Bolo knife.

 

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Browning Auto 5 "Light 12".

 

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2 90mm arty shells.

 

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Not milsurp but still a gun. Springfield Model 87a that spits out .22lr.

 

 

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Some of my toys. CZ meets Glock.

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Glocks need bayonets

 

Can't go wrong with the 19. My 19 was the first pistol I bought almost a decade ago and I'll never, ever get rid of it. I love CZ as well, will be picking one up soon. Hopefully a SP01.

 

Just picked up a TLR1 for my 19 since I've been carrying my 43 more since it's getting warmer out. In the cold my Bravo Concealment OWB will conceal my 19 with the TLR1 perfectly. I can pull it off now too with some looser fitting shirts while its warm but for the most part the 19 is on HD duty unless I'm heading far from home or into the city.

 

 

 

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Posting two of my grandfather's pistols.

Beretta 92fs on the left and a 1944 Colt 1911 on the right. What looks like an extended barrel on the 1911 is actually a compensator attached to the slide.

 

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Also some Lee Enfield No4 MK1 porn.

 

And now with sound!

 

 

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A day at the lake with my SCAR. Can hit 1000yd.

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Also hit the mile with a CheyTac M200 Intervention .408. I believe the video was 1000 or 1300 yd.

 

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