I’ve had a lot of guns pass through my fingertips over the course of the years. Here is a sampling of some of them. I wish I was able to hold on to them forever, but not all of them were mine.
Here is a Zenith Z5K licensed production model MP5K. What a blast to shoot!
Here is an absolutely gorgeous Beretta BM59.
There’s nothing quite like the power of a .357 Magnum coming through a 1911, like in this Coonan Classic. No joke, a 2 foot ball of flame followed each round like dragon’s breath.
Talk about taking a beating … The .45-70 is good enough to hunt anything on the face of the planet and it is an absolute shoulder bruiser. What a blast to shoot. This one, is a Henry Lever.
Here is an Fn15 1776 with a cheap $50 scope on it. This is a very accurate rifle from a great manufacturer.
Here is the first gun I bought after I moved out of communist New Jersey. This is a Springfield Armory XD9. I still own it, all these years later. And, even with thousands of rounds through it, it still runs flawlessly.
This SIG Sauer P938 is something I’m in the process of doing a T&E on right now. I can honestly say that I’ll be buying one of these when the time comes, because it’s that great.
Here’s something you don’t see every day, from MKA. This is what is known as an MKA 760. I’ll write something up about it one day.
Here is one of my home built rifles, made from an 80% lower receiver and a cheap upper kit from Palmetto State Armory.
Here’s my gorgeous Henry Lever .357. So much fun to shoot and so pretty to look at.
My Charter Arms revolver in .38 Special.
Magnum Research Baby Desert Eagle III.
Adam’s Arms SF308 Battle Rifle. This thing was awesome. Too bad the cheap red dot lasted about 17 seconds. Guess it was no match for the repeated rapid fire on a .308 rifle.
This Springfield Armory EMP4 1911 is excellent at the range and as a concealed carry gun. Plus, it’s pleasant on the eyes. I’ll be adding much better pictures of this one, soon. This one sucks.
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