Rifle Picture Thread

Discussion in 'Rifles' started by Texas1911, Feb 22, 2008.

  1. jeepinbanditrider

    jeepinbanditrider Active Member

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    The Austrian Duo riding "shotgun"

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  2. V-Tach

    V-Tach Well-Known Forum Sponsor

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    Latest rifle for the collection...Remington Rolling Block No 5......my Son sent back to me from his trip to New Hampshire.......a proper bayonet has been procured and awaiting arrival.....

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  3. orbitup

    orbitup overlapping backflap TGT Supporter

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    Looks like you raised him right.
     
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  4. jeepinbanditrider

    jeepinbanditrider Active Member

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    Whoops don't know how I posted that here twice. Sorry.
     
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  5. Vaquero

    Vaquero Pre-ban Staff Member Moderator

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  6. unicom

    unicom Active Member

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    Newest family memeber[​IMG]

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  7. craigntx

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  8. 9uc

    9uc Active Member Lifetime Member

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    01-Inland M1 30 Cal Carbine (7) .JPG

    To be honest, I'm not really a rifle guy, but I do have one and I call it my favorite. Forever labeled as being underpowered and not long range enough, I generally reply to most, with a 30 round mag, at 100 yards I can make you dance. It's an Inland M1 30 Caliber Carbine manufactured in 11/43. Trained on the M2 version both before and after my tour to the "Pearl of the Orient" in '68. It's a keeper as much for it's historical significance as it is for a SD rifle for the house.
     
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  9. Moonpie

    Moonpie TGT Addict Lifetime Member

    She's a beaut!
    Me likie.
    Thanks for posting a pic.
     
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  10. orbitup

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    I had a friend years ago that had one and I loved shooting it. I made sure he brought it on every range trip.
     
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