Overdue, my collection

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    Overdue, my collection

    So I just figured out how to post photos lol. That being said they ain't pretty. So here they are, my gun collection, nothing super impressive :)
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    Ruger p85
    Ruger lc9
    Ruger gp100 3" 357
    Ruger 10/22 td
    North American Arms Blackwidow .22lr and .22 mag
    West Point model 33 .3030 (supposedly only 7500ish made)
    Rem 870 the rifled barrel came with a scope.
    Savage 10 fsomething .308
    Mosin 1939 Tula

    I'll try and do better photos of them some other time.

    Yes my sheets are pretty awesome, I know. Might even be a teddy bear kicking around.
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    barewith me lol I'm having posting issues lol

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    Lol this turned out to be more difficult than I thought with a phone. See first post

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    Magenta, eh? Ever thought of teal?

    Nice, practical little group of guns, there. I like it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ccw9mm View Post
    Magenta, eh? Ever thought of teal?

    Nice, practical little group of guns, there. I like it.
    Thank you, :) I finally got tired of my gf complaint about how the apartment was too boy so I agreed to let her pick some new bedding. I did make sure they are 1000 thread count though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 031131 View Post
    Thank you, :) I finally got tired of my gf complaint about how the apartment was too boy so I agreed to let her pick some new bedding. I did make sure they are 1000 thread count though.
    Well, that's something. Guns on the bed, though. I'm sure she'll just love that.
    Your best weapon is your brain. Don't leave home without it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ccw9mm View Post
    Well, that's something. Guns on the bed, though. I'm sure she'll just love that.
    Lol she's at work so I'm safe for now.

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    Nice collection you got there.

    It's a good start!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 031131 View Post
    Lol she's at work so I'm safe for now.
    Dabble some Hoppe's #9 on those sheets to make that hot pink less girly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NONAME762 View Post
    Dabble some Hoppe's #9 on those sheets to make that hot pink less girly.
    LOL!!!

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    Nice collection!
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    ...nice herd!!!

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    I'm sorry you lost those in that boating accident....
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    Quote Originally Posted by PEF View Post
    I'm sorry you lost those in that boating accident....
    Thank you, I'll never buy another rubber raft again. So many downed trees and hidden objects in the Merrimack it was just a matter of time. Should of known better.

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    That West Point rifle looks like a Marlin Model 336 variant. Probably made back in the good ol' days and should be of excellent quality.
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