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k9870 01-27-2010 07:07 PM

If you could have any 5 guns.......
Lets say you were offered 5 free guns, no matter how rare.
what would you pick?

Id want a savage 1907 .45 acp, a Mauser C96 with combo holster/stock, A singer 1911, And an original Smith and Wesson Registered magnum. The fifth is undecided, maybe a luger .45?

BTW, these are guns you would keep, because you want them in your collection or would enjoy shooting them. Not "I want super valuable gun x to sell for money.

Excalibur 01-27-2010 07:11 PM

Remington ACR, Kimber Desert Warrior, Remington 870, Barret M82, TDI Kriss Vector

Clutch 01-27-2010 08:16 PM

Walther P99AS 9mm
Kimber Warrior .45 ACP
SIG/Swiss Arms SG552
Beretta 92FS
Benelli M4 (with the Marine Corps M1014 collapsible stock)

k9870 01-27-2010 08:19 PM

i changed number 5 to a smith and wesson 686 plus with pachmayr decelerator grips and an action job by grant cunningham. Need somthing ill actually shoot....ill add a new rule: Only class 3 guns are allowed as a choice if there are transferrable models in the U.S. A fnp90, tdi vector, etc, would not be a choice.

Excalibur 01-27-2010 08:37 PM

An HK 94 chopped and converted then

k9870 01-27-2010 08:49 PM

There are transferrable mp5s around you know, usually over 20,000 dollars but hey this is a hypothetical get them for free scenario.

Alcatrazz 01-27-2010 08:54 PM

5 Sig P210s.

Yournamehere 01-27-2010 09:10 PM

Huh, let's see.....

T Series Browning Hi-Power

Ithaca 37 Riot 8 shot (the original version, not the ones they make now).

H&K MP5A3 (dunno if that's transferable)

Colt made M16A1.

FN FAL or British L1A1 SLR, not sure.

Scratched the Colt made 1911A1 because it's not rare, just expensive.

Just for the record, too, Calling the ACR the "Remington ACR" is a bit of a misnomer. While Remington is supposed to build the guns, they (as well as Bushmaster) are owned by Cerberus Capital Managment, and they decided the development and marketing would be taken care of by Bushmaster after they acquired the rights to the design from Magpul. It looks like one of their companies (Bushmaster) did all the work on paper and then they gave the actual grunt work to another one of their comapnies (Remington). So I feel if you're gonna call it anything, it should be what Cerberus decided to call it, due to the development portion of the weapon, the Bushmaster ACR.

S&Wshooter 01-27-2010 09:13 PM

Original Begian FAL that has never been fired
M249 SAW (for my dad)
Short barelled, semi auto Uzi
H&K P9S in .45 that isn't impossible to shoot left handed

k9870 01-27-2010 09:57 PM

I heard the bushmaster will be the civilian rifle and they will try to market it to the military under the remington tag.

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