Pairs, Trios, Quads, Quintents, Sextents, and more...

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    What guns do you have multiples of? I was just thinking about this.

    I suppose in the most literal sense the only guns I have true multiples of, in that I can take parts off of one and put them on the other and have them function, are my SKSes and my newly acquired pair of XD40s I already made a thread for. From that basis everything else is unique.

    Well and I realistically figure at some point I will get a second Mossberg 500. I already know how to work a Mossberg and there's nothing wrong with them, so why switch?

    But function/platform wise I have multiple .38 caliber revolvers, even if they're not intechangeable parts wise. If we stretch the definition of gun a little bit I have more than one lever action rifle. Other than that I guess everything else is unique in even this sense.

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    I have four S&W K frame revolvers. Two of them are model 13s although the barrel lengths are different (3" and 4" ). I also have a 4" model 64.

    I have an 870 Express and an 870P.

    I can switch the uppers on my Ruger .22 autos.
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    well i have a few 1911's most parts on them would interchange and all of them use same mags plus i have other 45acp's that use same ammo

    38sp's i have a bunch but none are the same i guess the one about same as the others would be the Colts


    I dont usually buy the same guns but it happens ever now and then

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    Hmmm - well don't think I have too much with swap parts - tho M27-2 in 5" and 8 3/8' is I guess my closest.

    Re close-ish matches hmmm - quite a few. At a pinch BHP and FEG could swap parts - mags work in both. Other things tho are looser in association.

    Set parameters and I'll see what else matches
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    Not a pair but I have a Single six .22 and a Vaquero .44 , both SA guns. all the rest a bunch of mixed brands and models.

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    I discovered that under duress the SigPro takes 226 mags if you hold them in with the second hand and locks the slide back in live fire, so I consider it a backup for an absolutely bad year.

    I have a couple more 226s in 9mm stashed somewhere or other.

    I also have a BHP and clone that the parts swap on and off of and a couple .44 revolvers that share the same speedloaders.

    I also have six FALs and two Uzis.

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    Parts-swappers, eh?
    I have 4 M1 Garands and 3 Steyr .40 Cal handguns (2 full size and 1 compact...trigger groups are all same-same)
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    Various duplications in several brands.
    Last edited by Tangle; September 27th, 2005 at 10:23 AM.

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    No no Tangle, that's what you used to have before you tossed it all in the furnace.

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    What guns do you have multiples of?

    1911s, Winchester '94s & M-70s and Colt SAAs.
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