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iKC Arsenal Hosted By Charles Sample

A Group for members who believe in and use their 2nd amendment right. A place to show, share and discuss the firearms collected and enjoyed by fellow members. 

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Latest Activity: Mar 14

Firearm Mfg. Dates

Interested in when your Winchester was manufactured?  Try this site.

http://www.winchesterguns.com/support/files/images/wfa/2012-All/2012-Articles/Winchester-Manufacture-Dates-by-Year----2012-Scanned-Documents.pdf

This site contains the manufacturing date information for many different brands of firearms.

http://www.nramuseum.org/media/940941/serialization-date%20of%20manufacture.pdf

Discussion Forum

New Guy ..

Started by James L Machie sr. Last reply by Michael E. Roper Jan 30. 4 Replies

First post so take it easy on me. Who doesn't like guns right? Here's a shot of one of my favorites....Norinco NHM 91Continue

My latest firearm

Started by David Green. Last reply by Michael E. Roper Jan 30. 2 Replies

This is a color case hardened North American Arms mini revolver.I love the old time looks. I have larger and larger caliber handguns, but I love these little guys and currently own 6.DavidContinue

Deer Hunting

Started by Charles Sample. Last reply by Charles Sample Dec 22, 2018. 1 Reply

Went deer hunting Saturday morning.  Saw four, three does and a little button buck fawn.  He was a cute little fellow.  Went again Monday afternoon.  Didn't see anything.Went again this (Tuesday) afternoon.  Didn't see any deer.  Did see a coyote. …Continue

Another reason to carry a knife!

Started by Charles Sample. Last reply by Jan Carter Dec 19, 2018. 1 Reply

This fellow's pocket knife kept him from getting shot by stopping the bullet.  If it were me that knife would be displayed in a special place of honor and no amount of money would buy it.…Continue

They call them Zombie Coyotes

Started by Jan Carter. Last reply by Charles Sample Dec 18, 2018. 1 Reply

Reports have been circulating in Illinois of mangy looking wild dogs or coyotes roaming the woodlands and even coming into towns. Locals have labeled these sick looking animals as zombie coyotes. Hunters headed to Illinois or any other …Continue

B'day Present

Started by Rome D. Rushing. Last reply by Charles Sample Dec 18, 2018. 2 Replies

My oldest son gave me this for my birthday last weekend.  I had been looking for one for quite awhileand had not found one. …Continue

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Comment by Jeremi Lett on May 30, 2012 at 23:46

This is my buddy's lever action .22 and it is fun and ez to hit stuff with.

Comment by Jeremi Lett on May 30, 2012 at 23:40

Shot my Grandad's old Ruger .22LR Mark-1 and toted the Cold Steel Recon Tanto,which I used to help get out stuck shells in the gun if it jammed.It doesn't like more than 5bullets in magazine it seems..??

Comment by stephen tungate on May 16, 2012 at 11:51

moonshine jars......

Comment by Jan Carter on May 15, 2012 at 18:50

Wow, great recycling! 


In Memoriam
Comment by Robert Burris on May 15, 2012 at 17:45

I have some old bottles I have found in the swamp that date back to the turn of the century, not the last one but the one before that. "1900"....I have found some that are medicine and some are primitive insect repelent bottles. Those being the most prevelant with a few old liquior bottles. The best bottle I ever found was a liquior bottle that I gave to my sister-inlaw. She keeps brandy in it, very nice old bottle.

Comment by Jan Carter on April 26, 2012 at 18:49

That cool.  I love some of those old bottles.  Even the old medicine bottles are always interesting


In Memoriam
Comment by Robert Burris on April 25, 2012 at 17:33

No! I collect old glass bottles that have been thrown or lost many years ago. Some of these vintage bottles are neat, nothing like what we have now days. The glass is one of the few things that hasn't wasted away over the years. I find them on my many trips afield in the swamps . I thought sure ya'll would guess it. Ha Ha..

Comment by johnny twoshoes on April 24, 2012 at 20:56

Sharpening stone?


In Memoriam
Comment by Robert Burris on April 24, 2012 at 20:04

No, ya'll aren't close, I'll give ya'll another hint. It's something the old timers carried  that won't decay, rust away or desolve. It is fragile though, and that's all the hints I'll give ya'll.

Comment by Jan Carter on April 24, 2012 at 19:48

could be gator bones

 
 
 

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