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Feinwerkbau 800X PCP Air Rifle
 

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M16 was my first thought too.
Another would be the 'Chicago Typewriter' (Thompson sub-machinegun with a drum magazine).
And a suppressed Grease Gun in 45 acp.

I have fired all 3 and satisfied those curiosities somewhat, so I'm luckily not stuck with an itch that might cost me $20-30,000 or more (each) to scratch.
I joined the ARMY and shot both for free well kinda the M-16 and the grease gun and got to find out my blood type for free as well and was totally worth it !
 
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I once owned a Colt Boa!! Like an idiot i wound up selling it. Try to find one today for under $10,000!!
I haven’t heard of that gun so I looked it up. One of the first web pages was a blog for a link to an auction in 2017 and it sold for $17,250. That is mind blowing.

 
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I looked that Colt Boa up too, amazing gun. Its been fun seeing what others would want and looking them up.
 

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H&K MP 5 with full auto capability and a can. Of course it would require moving to a free state, and would cost more than I would be willing to spend.
 

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Johnson M1941
Winchester model 1886 in 45-70 24" or 26"barrel
Winchester model 1890 in .22short gallery barrel.
Colt 1872 open top in 44-40
Harold Plank .50cal Hawkins style pistol C&B
John Allen .40cal. Ohio style squirrel style rifle. 42" barrel Fiddleback Walnut stock.
Kodiak side by side 45-70

Its possible I may end up buying a couple of these at least as modern repops
 
+1 on several mentioned above.
Beretta 93R
Thompson
MP5SD
and if I really had F U money, a Cabot 1911. I particularly like the one made out of a meteorite for some reason.
 
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What are some guns you would like to own but probably never will and for what reasons? Time, expensive, fun but not practical, just own too many already... etc.

I sported one of these for a few years as a young buck in the Army and would LOVE to have one again, but even non-functioning replicas (just for a wall-hanger) are stupid money for what they are!

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