Guns you want but will never own

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Very mixed answers!

If I were to pinpoint two that I want but likely will never own.

It would be.

PS90. I really want it, just not the caliber. If the caliber was more relevant, maybe.
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Voodoo 22lr. These things are pretty nuts accurate, extremely well built and overall extremely nice guns. I just can’t justify the price for a plinker. Doesn’t mean I don’t want one!
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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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As a DoD guest, I got to spend a morning heating up several barrels with one of those. Glad I wasn't paying to feed it. Much fun and very stable. This was short range, firing off the back of a Navy LPD, and I could pretty near stich my name with it.
 
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Here are just a few...

S&W Registered Magnum.
Gabbet-Fairfax Mars.
BAR (M1918 to 1918A2, including Colt Monitor).
Thompsons (real, select fire ones, no the semi-auto versions): 1921, 1928, M1/M1A1
M3 (not A1) "Grease Gun"

Then again, I thought I'd never own an AutoMag. Guess what...?
 
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As a DoD guest, I got to spend a morning heating up several barrels with one of those. Glad I wasn't paying to feed it. Much fun and very stable. This was short range, firing off the back of a Navy LPD, and I could pretty near stich my name with it.
Try stitching your name with it after schlepping it (and 600 rounds) for 15-20 miles of mud and crud… 😵‍💫
 

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