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Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by Izzy, Jan 25, 2011.
Just for fun! :bluelaugh:
This one has a chip on it if you look real close. It kicks hard too.
Is that an UFO on left corner? :bluelaugh::laugh:
I actually like the way the shotgun looks. The patina is great. It's not really in bad shape although the recoil pad looks chewed to **** and back.
It's not "patina" it's rust!
Not much is uglier than an Afghan Martini-Henry pistol...
That's what I'm talking about! :thumbup:
OK I'll play, an old 25acp and a velodog wannabe in 8mm.
A bit ruff.
Ugly guns?????/ There ain't no ugly guns!!!! Just some are barely purty..
I love these, I love to see the evolution of firearms. My dad went out with me shooting one time to test fire a revolver his friend asked him to "test" for him. It had been handed down to her and she wasn't sure if it even fired. It was an old .38 that looked like a box with a handle. It was so ugly.
Paint that Western Field. Remove the active rust with a wire wheel and spray paint it black.
Many moons ago I bought an ancient Remington Auto that was painted black when I bought it. Worked just fine.
A kickstand for rifles, what a great idea.
Ugly.....but fun to shoot.
Definately one of the most expensive ugly guns though.
oooh. I've been looking to buy a shotgun like that to do a form 1 on... any chance its for sale?
ugly and cheap, but it shoots great and i love it!
I purchased a 16.25 barrel & stock from Numrich, & they said, "I could use it on only a Colt 19ll. So I bought a Taurus Pt1911 & went to town. It now shoots 45's (15 round clip) & I added a removable sleeve, allowing the rifle/pistol to fire 22 cal. with the help of an "adapter shell" it holds the 22 in a 45 cal looking cartridge. Yes you can convert it "legally" back to a pistol (NRA). Before that I was asked to leave a gun show!
Being old means, "oh I'm sorry, I didn't know"! Love this country