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Anyone else into stamp collecting (SBR/SBS)?

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by ch139, Oct 21, 2008.

  1. ch139

    ch139 teh gehtoe Active Member

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    Anyone else into stamp collecting (SBR/SBS)?

    Just curious.

    Got an idea of a short barreled Ithaca M37 keeping me awake at night. No earthly reason to have one (or two) it’s just so cool (so I think).
     
  2. friskydingo

    friskydingo Oregon, NorCal, and Panama. Yes. All three New Member

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    no, but we will look at and shoot yours for no extra charge!


    show us moar!



    did you get the idea from the guy on arfcom the recreated a sbs from Vietnam?
     
  3. ch139

    ch139 teh gehtoe Active Member

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    All y'all are more than welcome to shoot anything I have... just gotta supply yer own ammo.

    The above M37 SBS belongs to mudflapper on arf.com. Saw the pic of it in their SBS thread and like an old song, has stuck in my head since. Think that means I need one. :paranoid:

    I imagine there was a few Ithaca M37s used in Vietnam, and I also imagine there were some with cut down barrels, but I've not seen a pic of such a creature. mudflapper's gun is the first M37 SBS I've ever seen and I love it.

    The Featherlight shotguns are very light to start with, but with out the lightning rod attached, they just have to be unnoticeable. Would probably kick like a freakin mule. :thumbup:
     
  4. friskydingo

    friskydingo Oregon, NorCal, and Panama. Yes. All three New Member

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    got a VERY old wingmaster that looks amazing with a 18 inch barrel, but it was handed down from my grandfather so im not looking to cut t down any further.

    maybe a new shotty is in store
     
  5. ch139

    ch139 teh gehtoe Active Member

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    Yeh, if it's a family heirloom I wouldn't be monkeying with it at all.

    Most pump guns are cheap and plentiful. The 870s are a drug on the market and probably the best pump gun ever. Think I paid $100 for my first one (now an SBS) and $300 for 3.5-inch. Just gotta look around a bit. Keep an eye out at Bi-Mart for the Police model going on sale. :thumbup:

    This M37 SBS I'm wanting to do... I just want to find an old worn farm gun to start with, nothing fancy. Hoping to find one for $100 or so.
     
  6. Yankeefan

    Yankeefan Southern Oregon Member

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    I've got a couple stamps plus another awaiting approval

    The krink I won from another site.


    This is the AR above but duracoted by snkkpr01...see him for ALL your duracoating needs!!
    100_3434.jpg
     
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    PCArms NW Oregon Member

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    I like the Artistic Creativity!

    Mark M-60 isn't here yet, is he?
    Pat
     
  8. coctailer

    coctailer Portland, OR/Hastings, MI/Vancouver,WA I run with scissors.

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    Did Pat take those pics????
     
  9. friskydingo

    friskydingo Oregon, NorCal, and Panama. Yes. All three New Member

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    no, he is here. he was a early member.