What was your first long gun?
#1
My first long gun was a Winchester model 62 bolt action, single shot .22LR

It was my second firearm purchased and I freaked because the dealer said I didn't have to fill out a 4473 for it.

I was made before the 68GCA and had no serial number! w00t!
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#2
nef single shot 12 gauge


the purple shoulder of death
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#3
Ruger 10/22. Duh.
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#4
Marlin Model 60. I got it for Christmas when I was 7 (just about to turn 8).
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#5
Honestly?

Hmmm, I think it was a WASR10. Dont hate.
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#6
10/22 build I did when I was 18. wish I still had it. that was 1999. my next rifle was a legion sgl-21 when I was 29.

lots of time in between dicking around with pistols.
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#7
Yugo SKS, so many memories, like the epic few times a 40 round pro mag didn't jam....

It was super cool in its folding stock.....
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#8
(04-09-2015, 10:08 AM)nationwide Wrote: My first long gun was a Winchester model 62 bolt action, single shot .22LR

The model 62 was a slide (pump) action.

My first rifle was a Winchester Model 67, single shot, bolt action. It fired .22 short, .22 long and .22 long rifle. I received it on my 7th birthday along with a Savage .32-20 and an H&R 20 ga shotgun. Killed my first deer that year with the 20 ga
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#9
Mossberg 500
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#10
I think a Marlin 39a 22 lever
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#11
Yugo SKS
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#12
A bubba sporterized Spanish Mauser
Here for the gangbang
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#13
Daisy 22 LR. I still have it.

My 2nd was a 410 bolt action. I still have that one as well.
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#14
bushmaster xm15
Dodgy
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#15
Around age 11, (1981) I got interested in WWII. I kept asking my dad about the rifles used and he said he had one like they used in the war. It was a very early Universal M-1 Carbine. That was the gun that started a life long love of firearms. I still have it but haven't shot it in years. My dad passed suddenly in 1985 but to this day, everytime I take it out of the safe to wipe down, I go back to being that little kid with all the questions for dad. Most gun guys wouldn't look twice at that rifle but it will always be special to me.
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#16
My first ever was a Remington 870 and a 91/30 on the same day. Still have them.
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#17
(01-12-2016, 11:55 AM)No Shit Wrote: I thought we all had Red Ryders as kids.

i never got a bb gun. i shot alot of rim fires but my first ever "my gun" was a 5 pound 12 gauge single shot shotgun with 3" buckshot. in the first 5 rounds you learn to flinch, and how not to flinch or dad takes away the shot gun. Big Grin
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(01-16-2016, 01:41 PM)No Shit Wrote:
(01-13-2016, 01:24 AM)tier1bro Wrote:
(01-12-2016, 11:55 AM)No Shit Wrote: I thought we all had Red Ryders as kids.

i never got a bb gun. i shot alot of rim fires but my first ever "my gun" was a 5 pound 12 gauge single shot shotgun with 3" buckshot. in the first 5 rounds you learn to flinch, and how not to flinch or dad takes away the shot gun.  Big Grin


I like your old man's reasoning

me too.
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#19
My first gun was a Remington 870 12 Gauge Home Defense Model I got in 2010 when I lived in the middle of nowhere in Washington State. I got it from Lacy Washington's Cabela's. I was in the Army at that time and had bears and deer and Nisqually fowl and all in my yard. I wanted a gun to take them all if needed. I also got me a shitty Ish Mosin Nagant 91/30 the same day. I still have them to this day.
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#20
(01-26-2016, 02:57 PM)No Shit Wrote: Chinese Mak 90 that i picked up when i was 18 or 19 before they were banned in California.  I would love to buy another one if they weren't on some Kommunits List of you can not buy this shit any more here in Kalifornia. I bought it cus it was 200 bucks and came with 1000 rounds of Chinese Ammo. Those were the good old days.

I almost bought one 10 years ago at a gun show for 299.00. A few months back I seen two on consignment at Hoffmans , lgs with shitty parking. One was A 386 milled receiver for 1800.00 another was a stamped receiver like mine for 1600 bucks. I paid 675 for mine from a pawn shop in Alabama . I told my wife I should sell mine but she likes it so I'm keeping it. They are selling or listed at least on some Facebook groups I'm on for 1100-1500 .
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#21
(01-26-2016, 06:14 PM)Mak90nCheese Wrote:
(01-26-2016, 02:57 PM)No Shit Wrote: Chinese Mak 90 that i picked up when i was 18 or 19 before they were banned in California.  I would love to buy another one if they weren't on some Kommunits List of you can not buy this shit any more here in Kalifornia. I bought it cus it was 200 bucks and came with 1000 rounds of Chinese Ammo. Those were the good old days.

I almost bought one 10 years ago at a gun show for 299.00. A few months back I seen two on consignment at Hoffmans , lgs with shitty parking. One was A 386 milled receiver  for 1800.00 another was a stamped receiver like mine for 1600 bucks. I paid 675 for mine from a pawn shop in Alabama . I told my wife I should sell mine but she likes it so I'm keeping it. They are selling or listed at least on some Facebook groups I'm on for 1100-1500 .

+1 The parking situation is terrible

but somehow I always get right next to the door.
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#22
(02-04-2016, 09:48 AM)DanTSX Wrote: <snip> somehow I always get right next to the door.

handicapped placard for the win. what is yours for? mine is for eczema on my elbows. Dodgy
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#23
them old cripples get pissed when i tell that shit while they go barely dragging themselves by my car.
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#24
(02-04-2016, 09:48 AM)DanTSX Wrote:
(01-26-2016, 06:14 PM)Mak90nCheese Wrote:
(01-26-2016, 02:57 PM)No Shit Wrote: Chinese Mak 90 that i picked up when i was 18 or 19 before they were banned in California.  I would love to buy another one if they weren't on some Kommunits List of you can not buy this shit any more here in Kalifornia. I bought it cus it was 200 bucks and came with 1000 rounds of Chinese Ammo. Those were the good old days.

I almost bought one 10 years ago at a gun show for 299.00. A few months back I seen two on consignment at Hoffmans , lgs with shitty parking. One was A 386 milled receiver  for 1800.00 another was a stamped receiver like mine for 1600 bucks. I paid 675 for mine from a pawn shop in Alabama . I told my wife I should sell mine but she likes it so I'm keeping it. They are selling or listed at least on some Facebook groups I'm on for 1100-1500 .

+1  The parking situation is terrible

but somehow I always get right next to the door.

I'd rather park in the back, don't need door dings. But I have managed to get close spots as well.
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#25
mosin nagant. picked one up for $115 after shooting my friend's and having a blast, along with few crates of cheap russian ammo. I'm a late bloomer and a cheap bastard! Got a 10/22 shortly after cuz it was also had a lot of fun and a lot easier on the shoulder.
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