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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by TruckTurner68 View Post
    Name and cal?
    How long has she been in waiting?
    I'm still waiting....

    She's my uncles Colt Python, .357 Magnum, 6" Barrel, Blued Steel.
    Limited Edition 'Golden Eagle' I believe is what he said.
    He bought her brand new back in the 70's and she has rarely ever been fired.
    He keeps her rolled up in 'a sock' for petes sake! ~SMH~
    I'm hoping he will remember me in his will.
    ~Fingers Crossed~

    She looks very similar to this one...
    http://www.gunsinternational.com/Col...n_id=100231924
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    I sold my safe queens a couple of months ago. Now I have an even dozen and each gets fired at least once a month.
    (Insert random tough-guy quote here)
    "See my gun?? Aren't you impressed?" - Anonymous sheepdog
    The hardware is the same, but the software is vastly different.

  4. #13
    My favorite? Are you serious? Have you seen my safe?

    Why don't you just ask me which one of my 11 Grandkids is my favorite? Well, I may be able to do that! :):):)

    KK

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    my father's Savage arms model 311 series H 12ga double barrel. it's nothing spectacular, but i've never shot it in the 16 years i've had it and dont hink he shot it in the few years he did. actually taking it to the gunsmith today to see about some upkeep on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Outlaw View Post
    I'm still waiting....

    She's my uncles Colt Python, .357 Magnum, 6" Barrel, Blued Steel.
    Limited Edition 'Golden Eagle' I believe is what he said.
    He bought her brand new back in the 70's and she has rarely ever been fired.
    He keeps her rolled up in 'a sock' for petes sake! ~SMH~
    I'm hoping he will remember me in his will.
    ~Fingers Crossed~

    She looks very similar to this one...
    Colt Python .357 Mag. 6" Barrel 'LNIB' - Colt Python Revolvers
    My preferred dealer recently sold a python for $2k. For some reason he resisted my efforts to give him $800 for it! That is a staggeringly beautiful pistol.
    (Insert random tough-guy quote here)
    "See my gun?? Aren't you impressed?" - Anonymous sheepdog
    The hardware is the same, but the software is vastly different.

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    Smith & Wesson 4516-1 in 45 ACP. It's been a couple of years. It was the first semiauto I owned and was my first CCW gun but it was replaced by a series of successors. I don't even know why I still have it. Nostalgia I guess.
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    Mine's not really “safe queen” status but it’s a Sig P229 in .40 s&w. I don’t carry it because it is heavy for IWB but when Oklahoma passes Open Carry legislation pretty soon it will be on my hip with some Galco leather hugging it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MYGLOCK View Post
    Mine's not really “safe queen” status but it’s a Sig P229 in .40 s&w. I don’t carry it because it is heavy for IWB but when Oklahoma passes Open Carry legislation pretty soon it will be on my hip with some Galco leather hugging it.
    I got one of those. I only carry it in wintertime when I'm wearing heavy clothes and I want lots of ammo with me. Otherwise it's one of my 'house guns'. Nice pistol.
    Posterity: you will never know how much it has cost my generation to preserve your freedom. I hope you will make good use of it.--- John Quincy Adams
    Condensed Guide To Ohio Concealed Carry Laws

  10. My 1934 Colt Detective Special snub nose and it's nickel plated. Took my ccw class with it. It's now tucked safely away in my safe.

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    Mine is a Steyr .32 cal pistol made in 1911. These were war trophies some troops brought home from the war. Some how my Grandfather acquired it but he died in 1966 so exactly how it came into his possession remains a mystery. It hasn't been fired in over 30 years and I was the last one to shoot it.
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