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The prize in this contest is three knives, a Smith & Wesson CH0021 Cuttin' Horse and a Gerber 425 E-Z Out. In order to enter you have to post a picture of your gun or guns in this discussion. All the entries will be put in a hat and the winner drawn. You may enter more than once. Since some like me may have many guns while others may have only one or two, there will be a limit of three entries for any one person. This should give everyone a reasonable chance at winning. It is not necessary to enter the contest but if there is a story attached to the gun, please post it.
1) At least one gun in each picture
2) Air guns are allowed.
3) No air soft or paint ball guns
4) Must be posted in this discussion
5) Up to three entries per person
6) Winner drawn out of hat containing all entries
Here are the prizes.
Smith & Wesson Cuttin' Horse
Gerber E-Z Out
Here is the third one. The knife is the size of a pistol cartridge.
I miss it. I traded it a few months ago and I regret it. I want another one, maybe 4" this time. I do have a late 80's Security Six that belonged to my Great Uncle. Rough shape but I love it and It's a Ruger so.....
Charles Sample said:
Darrin, I really like your Ruger. I am a Ruger man myself. I have eight of them.
Jan, there is (of course) the Carcano Rifle allegedly used to shoot President Kennedy. There is a pic of it in my photo's but I think you've seen it before.
Jan Carter said:
I like the Webley. Does that complete the dead presidents guns??
Great Pic! Love the complete stereo album!
LOVE that! Adapt!
Doug Webber said:
This is an original WWII M1A1. It is the "Paratrooper" version of the M1Carbine. This weapon was made famous by the 101st & 82nd Divisions that dropped into Normandy and began the D-Day campaign.
This is a 1941 Johnson. This is a rare rifle. It was the rifle that was in the final trials against the M1 to become the standard military rifle of WWII. Caliber is .30-06. It offered many advantages over the M1, however was not considered sturdy enough for combat use. This is a great piece of US military history. The bayonet is also pictured. Hope you enjoy.