Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Pick 5 and Only 5

If you could only own 5 guns what would they be? Here are mine:

.22 rimfire rifle – the 10/22 is my favorite
.40 S&W pistol - for conceal carry and bedside. I’ll take a Polymer framed Kahr.
.223 – an AR-15, accuracy and firepower
30-06 – bolt action, scoped, a Ruger 77 or Remington 700.
20 Gauge - Model 870 – I have to admit I struggled with this one.

I live in Virginia, so that means deer, turkey, coyote, small game and birds. Also need to protect the homestead and the AR & .40 can take care of that nicely.

What do you say?

-Mike

137 comments:

  1. 1. SKS
    2. P97D .45
    3. .22 bolt action rifle
    4. M870 12 ga.
    5. .357 revolver

    Ammo in sufficient qty.

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  2. Good choices but mine would differ just a little, First, would be a glock mod 19, for parts and ammunition availability, also the proper defensive loads make the 9mm an entirely adequate self defense round. Second, would be a .223 AR style rifle in an m2 configuration with a holograph type sight for home defense, again because of parts and ammunition. Third would be a .22 rimfire rifle I like the Ruger 10/22 also. Fourth would be .308 bolt action I think the Remington BDL is a nice gun but I like the Savage accutrigger also, and last would be an 870 Remington also, but in a 12 guage, availability of ammo being the prime concern there.

    Sven

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  3. My choice is similar:

    .22 rimfire rifle - I like the Marlin Model 60
    .45 ACP - Carried this in the military - proven history of self-defense use
    .223 an AR-15 w/ bull barrel - same reasons plus a NATO standard round
    .308 Remington 700 w/ bull barrel - I love the 30-06 but settled on the .308 because it's a NATO standard
    12 Guage - Model 870 - harvests everything from birds to deer with the right loads & good close range self defense tool

    -Charlie (An old Texan)

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  4. Great choices. For the .22, I prefer my old Remington Nylon 66. That rifle is all but indestructible.

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  5. I would only make 2 changes. Swap the 40 S&W for a 9MM, (I like the polymer frames, but would probably opt for a small Glock, although the Kahr is the favorite of our local police for backup guns.) and swap the 20 GA for a 12 GA. (The 870 is the best in shotgun for the money, maybe ever.) The first change so that you have a current military/police round, so that you can relaod from your enemy or your ally, depending on the upcoming situation, and for the 12 because it has greater firepower and easier round availability.

    Given this, my personal 5 are a little different. I went with the Walther P22 pistol (long barrel) for the .22 as it is easy to carry and hide, and is easily accurate enough for hunting small game. A Walther PP in .32 for my wife. (Easy to shoot, almost no recoil, and properly loaded, almost as effective as a 380 auto.) Sig P230 in 380 auto for me. These three can be easily carried concealed, are easy to shoot very accurately, and pretty effective rounds are available. They also make good home defense guns as they are small enough that they would be hard to grab. A cut down 870 in 12 GA (just over legal) is the home defense gun, but also does a nice job on birds and small game. With slugs or buck shot, I could take deer, but haven't. The shorter barrel actually made it easier to carry and shoot in the woods, with no loss in effectiveness on rabbits and quail. (Yes, I was surprised, too.) We don't do that much hunting, but the .22 and 12 GA will take 90% of what we would be able to hunt. (I am out of luck on elk.)

    The last is a CZ52 in 7.62X25. It was purchased as a last ditch throwaway gun, with a round capable of penetrating up to a class II vest. If all hell breaks loose, it is the gun I would use to get the guns and ammo I would need to defend family and country. Hope I don't need it.

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  6. I suppose I'd go with the choices I've already made:
    1911 Govt 5", .45ACP - There are many great choices.
    1911 Commander 4", .45ACP - Kimber Pro Raptor II
    1911 Officer 3", 9mm - Springfield EMP
    Marlin 1894CB .357/.38 Carbine
    .357/.38 Revolver - Ruger SP101 is a good choice

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  7. .22 Rifle
    .22 Handgun
    .40 Handgun
    5.56 AR
    12 gauge pump

    If this were for a survialist-type list, I'd be tempted to go with an AK or an M1 Carbine. If I hunted, a full-sized rifle would be a must.

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  8. 1911 a standard for time, #2 .380 auto for your pocket, #3 Mod 700 in .308 or 30-06 all purpose FUDD gun #4 high quality AR-15 carbine #5 12ga O/U mid grade trap gun, real fun day at moderate prices

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  9. .22 rimfire - Marlin 39A
    1911 .45ACP full size slightly modified for carry
    AR15 M4gery 1/7 twist in 5.56 - not .223
    Rem 700 .308 with M24 barrel, McMillan stock and Badger metal.
    Rem 870 in 12 ga.

    For some reason this sounds exactly like some of the pieces I already have.

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  10. Good choices, but mine would be a little different. I concur with the .40 S&W but would also have with me the venerable M1911A1, the M-1 Garand, my 12-gauge Mossberg with folding stock, and my .22 Beretta.

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  11. Lightweight Commander
    Glock 30
    M16 (there seems no apparent ban on them for the sake of this discussion).
    .308
    12 gauge

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  12. 1911, .45. Proven performance, parts and ammo availability.
    9mm Sig p226R, (issued) With TLR-1 lite and crimson trace laser. 9mm ammo availability
    12 gauge, 870. Versatility and ammo availability.
    .22 10/22. ammo and lots of it. versatility.
    .223 AR type. Ammo avaiability. And it'll kill anything in florida and anything within range of my eyes - optics included. (ACOG) so I don't need a .308.

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  13. Since I don't have the money to throw around like some people, I'd rely (in this order) on my:
    Mossberg 12 gauge pump
    1911 S&W 45
    1944 Springfield 03A3
    Marlin mod. 60 22LR semi-auto
    Marlin mod. 60 22LR Bolt Action

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  14. going with the 45acp ruger (already own it) next 12ga magnum pump (can fire 2 3/4 3 or 3 1/2 inch shells) already own that also, Ultimag. next has got to be a 22 cal. most likely a long gun. next is a 308 bolt action with fixed 4 power (did i metion i have a savage with acu-trigger) 308 is readily available, can take any game in the world with it and makes a great sniper rifle if the need arises. the last choice would be something more tactical, perhaps a m249 SAW... no i dont have one but did in the corps, very useful.

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  15. I see mostly good choices. Mine would Ruger 10-22 a ranch rifle in 223 but with a different stock. 45 acp in a glock 36 for concealed. 308 bolt gun in a pre 64 model 70 and the 870 in 12 gauge.. I do favor calibers that are nato standard or 7.62 by 39 in other guns....
    keep the faith....Hawk

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  16. M1A/M14 7.62NATO
    Rem 870 12 ga. 20"Cyl-HomeDefense/28"MC-Hunting
    Rem 700 .308
    Ruger 678MkII .22
    Win 52 .22

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  17. Five guns? Ruger 10/22, H&K p30 9mm, S&W 460XVR, AR-15, Springfield Armory M1A .308 Coincidentally, I already own each of these! lol More important (almost) than the firearm itself is the amount of ammo for each and I think a minimum of 1000 rds of centerfire ammo for each weapon is needed and at least 5000 rds of 22LR. Again, I'm covered.

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  18. .22 Handgun (small game)
    44 mag/44 Spl Handgun or .45 1911 (defense/hunting)
    12 gauge shotgun (defense/hunting)
    .308 rifle (Garand, M1A, or AR type) (defense/hunting)
    .22LR or mag or .223 AR-type (small game).

    Good availability of ammo for all in time of scarcity (except .44). Versitile - dual use for most. Choices allow use of smaller calibers for wife/younger family members.

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  19. The 5 for me is

    1. The new Judge. Both Shot Shells and 45 cal power. Home Defense

    2. AR-15 .223 best defense against Obama for power range reload ammo. We'll need a lot soon.

    3. .204 power, fast and flat great medium range sniper.

    4. Mini 14 close range lots of lead fast.

    5. Any 50 cal for penetration of vests.

    By the way one of the questions ask of special military forces is if they are willing to fire on civilians in the event some of us refuse to give up our guns it the government were to confiscate them

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  20. 22lr ruger handgun
    ar15 223
    357 mag s&w to carry
    12g remington
    50 cal browining for any serious work

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  21. Don in northern Wisconsin

    my top 5 picks are

    30.30 w/ scope for deer hunting

    12 ga shotgun for up land birds and turkey

    20 ga also for birds

    22 rimfire for squirl

    357 mag pistol for home protection

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  22. good .22 semi-auto rifle
    Spfld XD-45
    Savage bolt gun, .308, good scope
    FAL, .308
    Mossberg 12ga, cyl bore

    and a good friend with the EXACT same weapons.
    ammo?
    2k - .22
    1k - shotgun
    5k - .45
    15-20k - .308 minimum

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  23. I've been a left arm amputee for 6 years now,so have to get what I can shoot singlehanded. Magazine clips being a bugger to load leaves me with revolvers. (I like 'em anyway).

    Hence:
    Ruger Single Six .22/.22 mag
    Ruger Alaskan .44 Special/.44 Mag I've a big strong right hand,so the grip is big n' meaty.
    Tikka Rifle in a .270 bolt action w/bipod
    Stoeger side by side Coach Gun in 20 gauge.

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  24. .22LR - Ruger 10/22 - Small game / plinking
    5.56 - Stag AR-15 - Property Defense/ larger game hunting
    12ga - Mossberg 500 - Hunting / Home Defense
    .45 - Para-Ordnance P14-45 - Home Defense / open carry
    .40 - Glock 27 - Concealed carry

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  25. AMMO WARNING! DON'T BUY ANY AMMUNITION MADE BY BRAZILIAN PRODUCER "MAGTECH!" I'VE FIRED OVER 500RDS OF THEIR 38SP AND 9MM THIS LAST CALENDAR YEAR AND HAD OVER 50 "LIGHT STRIKE" MISFIRES AND ONE "SQUIB" THAT RESULTED IN A BULGED BARREL ON A SIG P226 THAT WAS BEING USED BY A CLIENT WHO DIDN'T CATCH THE SIGNATURE OF A SQUIB AND FIRED A FULL POWER ROUND BEHIND THE ONE LODGED IN THE BARREL. CLIENT PAID TO REPLACE MY BARREL BUT THE SQUIB AND OTHER DEFECTIVE AMMO ARE INEXCUSABLE. WORSE, SINCE THE COMPANY IS FROM BRAZIL, GOOD LUCK TRYING TO GET THINGS "MADE RIGHT."

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  26. Five guns?
    (1) 1911 style in .45ACP
    (2) Browning High Power in 9 X 19mm Luger
    (3) Bushmaster AR15 Carbine in .223/5.56 NATO
    (4) Remington Model 1100 in 12 ga.
    (5) Savage Model 110 in 7mm Rem Mag.

    I have other firearms, but these are the 5 that I would take with me in a social chaos situation. I have plenty of ammunbition for each of these, and have begun to stockpile even more since November 2008. i haveven bartered ammo for weapons where I have a sufficient amount for others where I may be lacking.
    More folks here in Texas are getting sidearms in the .45ACP. Probably by the demonstrated stopping power. That's why .45ACP ammo is scarce in the stores.

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  27. 1) A Glock 23 40-cal.
    2) A Mossberg 590 12-ga.
    3) An SKS
    4) A 50-cal. heavy machine gun
    5) A grenade launcher
    6) A flamethrower (I get six because the grenade launcher is mounted on the Mossberg...two-for-one deal)

    I would also get myself a tactical nuke if I could.


    May God save our Republic,

    Moose

    The Unrepentant Patriot

    http://groups.google.com/group/the-unrepentant-patriots?hl=en

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  28. 22 rifle
    20ga. shotgun
    sks
    25 cal auto
    45 acp 1911A1

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  29. .22 rifle
    ar15
    XD45
    Remington 870 12ga.
    Remington 700 .308

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  30. 5 guns? It's a moot point. A restriction on the number of guns you may own will result in a number of zero.

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  31. .22 lg.auto rifle,.45 cal.Glock auto,1903A3 30.06 cal.w/scope,AK47 auto,Remington 1100-12ga.If I can't get done w/these,the job's too big for me!

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  32. I JUST DID THIS THIS MONTH.
    DALEY 12GA SEMI TURKEY SHOT AND OOO/BIG AND SMALL AIR OR GROUND.
    TAURUS 45 ACP 10+1 COMPACT/CARRY.
    TAURUS JUDGE 45 COLT /.410 W/OOO AND BIRD SHOT HOME/PERSONAL DEFENCE
    PUMA 45 COLT MODEL 92 SCOPED, 2 OR 4 LEGGED AT BELOW 50 YRDS.
    NEXT PURCHASE A .223, NEXT MONTH LORD WILLING.
    120 RDS 12GA,40 OF BUCKSHOT
    120 RDS .410GA, 20 OF BUCKSHOT
    250 RDS 45 ACP
    250 RDS 45 COLT
    WILL GET 500 RD OF .223
    ALMOST NO HG AMMO IN SOUTH FLORIDA AT ALL!I GUESS BECAUSE WE ARE ALL BUYING 200-1000 RDS EACH NOW.

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  33. Already have the 5 plus a few. These are needed.
    1911A1
    Camp Carbine, 45 ACP, same magazine as 1911
    SKS
    12 ga Mossberg, 18" barrel
    S&W 38 Snubbie w/ laser. Night time's the right time

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  34. My Favorites:
    1. Plinking/Varmits/Serious Targets:
    Ruger 22/45 Mark II
    .22cal. S/S 5" Bull Barrel
    B-Square Scope Mount
    Simmons 51005 Red-Dot Scope 3 moa @ 100 yards
    Packmyr Grip

    2. Concealed Carry weapon:
    Glock Mod 23 Compact
    .40 S&W cal. Tenifer Steel
    4" Bar'l w/Night Sights
    Loaded Speer Gold Dot 180 gr. JHP
    (2)Extra Hi-cap mags
    Fobus Paddle Holster
    w/Packmyr sleeve Grip

    3. Deer/Boar Hunting;
    Thompson Center Contender Single-Shot
    .308 Remingtom 14" Blued Bull Barrel
    Scope Mount/2X-Scope by Thompson Center
    Wood Stock & Forehand Grip
    Western Leather Holster w/Ammo Belt
    w/20 Rnds. 168 Grain JHP BT Ammo

    4. Backup:
    Rossi Model 80 6 Shot wheel gun
    .357 Mangum S/S w/2" Barrel
    SN: RG672650 w/Factory Rubber
    Galco Pancake Leather Holster
    w/Speer Gold Dots 158 gr.JHP
    w/12 Estra round in speed loaders

    5. Homeland/Homestead Protection:
    COLT AR-15 .223 Match Grade
    Carry Handle - Adjustable Rear Sight
    (3)30 round mags w/55gr Remington FMJ
    w/Varmint Scope 10-40X50mm
    Black Sling No Suppressor (Love the Star burst)

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  35. I have now an AR 15 car. chambered in 6.8 mm and a 4" Kimber 1911, I'll soon be getting a .22LR, probably a ruger 10/22, I also have my eye on the barrett 419, or 338 lapua mag. as well as a winchester model 70 featherweight chambered in
    270 WSM. and a mossberg tactical 12 ga.

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  36. I would go with some that I already have, probably.
    1. M1911a1 .45 ( I have 2 )
    2. .44 lever action Marlin
    3. 7mm Rem. Mag, Model 700 BDL
    4. .270 Win blot action
    5. .35 Marlin Lever action.
    Shot guns are nice, and inside a house, the shot ain't outta the shot cup before contact, but too unwieldy inside.

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  37. SEE ABOVE "I JUST DID THIS MONTH"
    ADDITIONALLY MY SON HAS 2-12GA, A 30-30 LEVER,A 30-06,AND A .357 6 SHOT.SHOOTS, DEER,HOG,TURKEY,DOVE,GATOR,AND THE BIG LIZARDS WE HAVE IN FL.SERIOUSLY 2-3FT LONG IN MY NEIGHBORHOOD.NASTY CREATURES. SAW 10/12 OF THEM LAST WEEK SUNING ON THE POND ROCKS AT DANIA,FL. BASS PRO SHOP LAST WEEK!SOME UP TO 3 FT LONG.TURDS EVERYWHERE.

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  38. MY 5 CHOICES....

    MY .40 PISTOL
    MY 7.62mm RIFLE
    ANY .50 RIFLE
    .30-.30
    M-16 OR GRENADE LAUNCHER

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  39. ...AND IN REPLY TO ANONYMOUS SAYING IT IS A MOOT POINT.....IT IS NOT A MOOT POINT...IF YOU ARE INDEED SOMEONE WHO BELEIVES IN AMERICA, AND OUR 2ND AMMENDMENT RIGHTS, AND UNDERSTAN THEM, IT WILL STILL BE 5 GUNS WE HAVE....THE 2ND AMMENDMENT'S INTENT WASNT FOR ME TO SHOOT YOU, IF YOU ARE HUNGRY AND STARVING, AND U STEAL A FEW EGGS FROM MY CHICKENS, TO FEED YOUR FAMILY...IT IS TO PROTECT YOURSELF (READ THAT...DEFEND) FROM THE GOVERMENT/TROOPS, THAT WILL TRY TO TAKE YOUR GUNS AWAY...IF YOU BUCKLE, AND FREELY GIVE THEM UP, YOU ARE THE MOOT POINT...WHY WOULD YOU FREELY HAND YOUR LIBERTIES AWAY???THE THOUSANDS OF LIVES LOST TO DEFEND OUR GREAT NATION WILL HAVE BEEN WASTED...AND I FOR ONE, HONOR OUR FALLEN, WHO GAVE THE EXTREME SACRIFICE SO YOU COULD FREELY VOICE YOUR OPINION...IT IS TIME TO STAND UP, AND TAKE OUR FREEDOMS BACK, NOT JUST TALK ABOUT IT, AS THEY ARE ERODING AWAY RIGHT UNDER OUR FEET...

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  40. Mine are...

    Bersa 380 Thunder (carry)
    Beretta .25 cal model 418 (ankle)
    Beretta PX4 Storm 9mm (nightstand)
    Mossberg 12ga Persuader w/ Fenix TK11r2 Flash (front or back door)
    DPMS AR15 w/ 3-30rd mags (driveway and property)

    I sleep comfortably.

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  41. CLYDE THE SLIDEMay 1, 2009 at 4:10 PM

    clyde said first a 1911A1 para,rem 870,AR15,7MM ultra mag,rugger 10/22.i try to keep 1000 rounds for each except for the 22,its 20,000 rds.HOPE THEY STAY IN THE SAFE UNTILL JESUS COMES.

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  42. I'll go with what I already own:

    Savage M24D 22LR/20Ga.
    Mossberg 590 12Ga.
    Springfield M1A 7/62x51 Nato (.308)
    RRA M4 5.56x45 Nato (.223)
    Paraordnance LDA14 .45acp

    I can live with those quite well!

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  43. I go with what I have;
    308 to "reach out"
    30.06 M1 for when they get a little closer
    AK if they manage to get even closer
    9mm if they make it to the porch
    12 gauge Mossburg if they're commin thru the door

    "I'll keep my money, freedom and guns...they can have "the change".

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  44. I own more than five guns and will continue to own more than five. The Constitution does not specify how many I can own and neither will the Constitution-shredding abomination that is the Obama administration.

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  45. M1 Garand (to reach out and touch someone)
    M1 Carbine (for close encounters)
    1911A1 (for closer encounters)
    Ruger 10/22 (all around plinking, varmit, etc.)
    12 Gauge side by side (26" no choke) (Everything else)

    Just so happens as it is my current collection...

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  46. Quentin in KentuckyMay 1, 2009 at 5:05 PM

    Winchester 30-30 Model '98

    Remington 30-06

    Ruger .44 Magnum Blackhawk

    Winchester Model 67 .22 rifle

    Belgium made Browning 16 guage (Sweet 16)

    Dang that was tough.

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  47. My Choices would be 1911A1 45 cal.or a updated version in the same caliber, M14 308. Cal Ithaca
    Model 37 12 gauge M79 40mm grenade launcher, Barrett or Macmillan .50 cal sniper rifle.

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  48. ruger 10-22
    mod 94 22-mag
    ruger m77vmt 22-250
    m1a 308
    1911 45acp
    Freedom is not free....
    nor is cosmoline..but worth the price.
    it would be unwise to resist the jackboots when they come..and they will come...keep what you need for carry,home defense, and sport..BURY THE REST..when the time comes.. and it WILL..WHEN WE SELECT THE RIGHT LEADER..WE...WE THE PEOPLE.. will retrieve our firearms, at which point they will indeed become WEAPONS and WE will rescue and re-establish the representative republic we inherited...and the CONSTITUTION TO WHICH WE'VE SWORN ALLEGIANCE..Jim Prime

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  49. Brother I'm on your Team.. Period.. What I own now is probably all I'll ever own now day's. But with 3 Handguns.357/.38.-.380 semi Auto.. And a little 25 cal semi Auto..
    2# .22 cal A Ruger 10/22 ss..- and a Henry.22 Lever action..An Old Marlin .22 Mag..- 30/30 Marlin lever with great Scope..and a .22 Old Steven's single shot Bolt action.. and my old sear's Ted Williams 12 Gauge.... Nothing Super Special but they are mine. With 1 divorce. Fighting and wining a Child coustody case. And then being Disabled at 50 years Old. I would say I have enough to kill off anything I can see. God Bless the Old America because this one isn't Right..5 gun's my tired old A$$.. There are onlt Two Rules in Life 1.Take no prisoners..And Rule No 2.See Rule no 1.Shoot em.........Old Bones Jimmie.. Ya.. Shootem Big Dog..Twice........

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  50. 40 CAL. SMITH & WESSON
    1903 SPRINGFIELD 30-06
    HENRY LEVER ACTION 22
    MOSBURG 12 GA.
    WORKIN ON # 5

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  51. A 12ga pump or double barrel. Practically maintenance free, idiot proof, ammunition widely available, and will take anything that walks this continent from gophers to grizzly bears.

    A Ruger 10/22. The only semi auto on my list. Like the AK47, it's almost maintenance free and practically indestructible. Accurate as hell.

    A larger caliber rifle; bolt action, lever action, or pump, for which ammunition is readily available. We're looking at 270, 30-30, 30-06; or military surplus like 8mm, or 7.62x54. I'm avoiding semi autos here because of the increased maintenance. I have a 98 Mauser and a Russian Nagant, both of which are tack drivers; plus sealed tins of ammo.

    A quality revolver in .357mag. 4-6 inch barrel. Shoots a very wide variety of readily available ammo. I have a GP100, but Smith and Taurus make some really nice stuff too.

    I'd actually be quite happy having only the four already listed, so the fifth one is kind of a tossup. If I'm looking at defending my homestead I guess I'd go for an AK or SKS, with plenty of ammo and 30 round mags. If I lived in an urban environment I might opt for a Taurus Judge.

    I chose these guns for ease of maintenance and ready availabilty of a wide range of ammo. If the crap ever does hit the fan, and the gun grabbers get their way, I might find it problematic to find fodder for my 257 Roberts, or 454 Casull.

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  52. Gosh only 5. I'd have to get rid of a bunch. Naturally the 22 rim or magnum for starters. Any shotgun 20ga or better (double or pump), 30.06 with 40mm or better scope, any pistor starting with a 4 for the caliber in your own preferred style and type, and #5 would be tough but something in the semi-auto arena with several clips (once again I think 308 or better). It is better to aim and fire and hit than spray and miss. No name needed.

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  53. 1. A shotgun of any gauge with plenty of buck shot shells.

    2. A Berretta 380.

    3. A 357 Magnum.

    4. A 22 9-shot revolver.

    5. A snug nose 32 revolver.

    We all should remember the words of John Wayne: To get my guns they will have to pry them loose from my cold dead fingers!

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  54. .22 Ruger Mark II
    9 mm Kahr
    .357 Ruger GP100
    12 Gauge Winchester Model 1300 Slug Thrower
    7.62 x 39 SKS

    Hmm I have all of them plus More!!

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  55. Only 5? That is tough.
    Kimber 1911 .45 ACP
    Smith & Wesson 625 .45 ACP
    Rock River Arms AR Carbine .223
    Remington 700 PSS .308
    Remington 870 12 Gauge

    These would suffice until the rest of the collection can be retrieved.

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  56. WELL ONLY 5

    MINI 14
    GLOCK 17 0R 22
    GLOCK 33 TO CARRY
    AR15
    357 MAG

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  57. interesting that no one mentioned a muzzleloader. powder and caps and lead casted balls are always available. any takers? of course, defense with this may leave you with one good shot, but as a meat catcher what is more available when you are 100 miles from a ammo shop.

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  58. Seems like a consensus here...I'd have to go along
    1) Ruger 10/22
    2) Bushmaster AR15 in .223
    3) Glock 17 9mm
    4) Winchester Mod 70 Featherweight 30-06
    5) Mossberg 500A 12 ga.

    I wonder what the wife's choices will be...to those worried about confiscation, I say-
    "When guns are outlawed, I will be an outlaw!"

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  59. 1) Colt Woodsman .22
    2) 1911 45 ACP
    3) Glock 22 40 S&W
    4) S&W 1917 45 ACP
    5) Thompson in 45 ACP

    Woodsman, best little learning and accurate .22 ever designed.
    The 1911 and the 1917 complement each other nicely with plenty of mags and full moon clips.
    The glock since I bought it off a late friend of mine and I have competed with it.
    The Thompson for medium range work with plenty of mags. Surprisingly accurate at 50 to 100 yards.

    I do have a muzzleloader, but if they pass through CIFTA, we can kiss everything goodbye. My interpretation of that treaty is that the President could ask the UN to send in troops from other countries to conduct door to door raids to confiscate firearms and all of our rights and constitutional protections are going to be history.

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  60. Well, here goes...
    Reloading eqipment Check
    10/22 Check
    XD40 4" Check
    SKS Check
    Mossberg 500 Check


    Still trying to decide between 5.56 AR or a .308 M-14

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  61. It's fun to pick 5 just for fun. In reality if you had to pick only 5 it's going to be for defense of family and country from a tyranical government (it's coming) or foreign invasion. So, I'll stick with military or survival type weapons.
    1. Select fire M4 or other .556mm (.223)rifle with high end optics/night vision OR Select fire AK-47 (Russian would be nice) w/optics. Ammo and mags of course
    2. Hi Cap 1911 .45 or Beretta 9mm. Mags and ammo. Laser.
    3. Remington 12 gauge tactical auto loader shotgun. Laser and ammo.
    4. HK-91 type .308 sniper weapon system. Night vision/high quality sniper scope. Mags/ammo
    5. HK MP5 or equivalent select fire, laser/optics, mags and ammo.

    In the event you NEED the weapons, having full auto option is, well, not an option. Better to have and not need than to need and not have.

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  62. For my fun 5 or just 5 I have/like. It's still very tough to name only 5.
    1. Spanish FR-8 .308 Bolt action Carbine length.
    2. Beretta 92fs Stainless 9mm.
    3. Smith & Wesson 1006 10mm Stainless.
    4. Dan Wesson VH 4" .445 Supermag Stainless.
    5. AMT 1911 7" Longslide .45 Stainless.

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  63. Most of these comments seem to be from guy types, so thought I would give a gal type answer.
    My picks:Colt 1911 9mm. Ruger 9mm,moon clips. Ruger .357. 20 Ga shotgun. Ruger Mini-14.(yes, I am partial to Rugers!!)

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  64. How about these 5 Rugers:
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    4. P94(DC) Stainless 9mm.
    5. (2) 10/22 Stainless w/Laminated stocks, .22.

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  65. My picks:
    1. M1911A1 45ACP (Gov't Issue) - my favorite!
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    3. S&W Model 60 357 Magnum - for sometimes carry!
    4. S& W 38 Spl P+ my alternate carry; small & light wt. with a punch!
    5. Winchester 30/30 Lever Action - love this rifle!
    That's all folks!!!

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    -Mossberg 500 Cruiser (pistol grip) 12 ga., loaded with 00 buck

    Plenty of ammo on hand, but having trouble getting 9mm/.380 by the case and local dealer is back to allowing only one box per customer, per time, per type of ammo. What's causing the shortage - supply and demand, or something else? The government, maybe?

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  69. 1. AK-47 reliable and deadly
    2. beneli M4 super
    3. 10/22 rimfire rifle
    4. Desert eagle in .357
    5. Barret .50cal (for the fun of it)

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  70. Just thought I's throw my 2 cents in. I Do own a glock model 23 40 cal. A H&k 40 cal USP compact (great gun) a Winchester movel 94 30-30, a ruger Mini-14 (Another great fun gun) and A Mossberg 12 gauge. If anyone out there would like to give me AR-15 for my upcoming birthday I will gladly accept it. And remember "The road to tyranny is covered in the blood of the unarmed citizen."

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  71. Top 5 out of my safe in a "NEED" situation. Defense and survival/hunting
    1. Beretta 9mm.
    2. AK-47 7.62x39
    3. M14 .308
    4. Remington 1100 12 gauge
    5. Taurus Ultra-Lite .38 Spl. (on the ankle)

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  72. Awww man! Not fair! Ok, 5 eh?

    1. Glock 17 (since I can't seem to kill mine no matter how hard I try).
    2. Ruger 10/22 (it's like the 1911 of rifles)
    3. Remington 870 12g (tactical variant)
    4. Springfield SOCOM2 M-14 (in .308, with good optics)
    5. KAHR produced M1 carbine (.30 cal)

    10 magazines for each (maybe 20 for the 10/22), and enough ammo to stop an invasion.

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  73. Well, if I had to choose I guess I would pick the following: For close up and personal I would pick my Springfield M1911A2 load with jacked hollow points or one of my 357's (Ruger Black Hawk 45/8 barrel or my S&W Mod28 Highway Patrol). Now for long distance: I would go with my Remington Mod.700 bolt-action w/a 3x9 scope. For medium range I would go with my 30-30 Winchester (I would also use this one for all (two-legged) varmits. HELL, WHAT I AM REALLY SAYING IS I CAN NOT REALLY MAKE UP MY MIND!

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  74. FEATHER AT 22 easy to break down and conceal-AK 47 BULLPUP will send a round where ever you want it-ammo is/was cheap!-MOSSBERG 12 GA 9 SHOT BULLPUP it wont clean the street but it shore will sweep the porch!!- SAVAGE MODEL 24 OVER/UNDER 22 MAG/20 GA MAG handles well, compact easy to tote,good camp gun. undercover c/c SIG P6 9 MM cheap! but very reliable-well made!

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  75. 50 cal for voting purposes....rooftops??sten mg (side arm)mp5 (crowd control) kriss 45 full auto because they are neat and it makes bigger holes!steetsweeper 12 ga.....17 rimfire with silencer..... makes little round holes heh heh

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  76. My first choice is a .22 rimfire rifle w/ a 6x scope for fun and varmints.
    next is a 12ga.mag. shotgun w/00buck for big game and home protection.
    next is an s&w .500 mag for home protection and a backup weapon in bear country, also for vaporizing varmints you don't have time to bury.
    next is a .25 browning semi w/clip for concealed carry.
    last is a .22 target pistol for practice. thanks.

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  77. William Patrick Sheehy in VegasMay 2, 2009 at 10:14 PM

    My trusty AR-15, a .22 long rifle, 12 gauge Remington, The Ingram Mac-10 (because it slices and dices) and my Glock 26 9mm. And for the anonymous pussy who thinks the subject is "moot", my foot up your weenie ass. Move to France pussy.

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  78. .44 mag S&W Mountain Revolver, Glock 23 in .40 S&W, Remington 30-06 semi auto with 3 by 9 scope, Remington 12 guage semi-auto, FEG 9mm Makarov.

    Nice blog.

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  79. 1. AK 47 "aka Mud Cat" 7.62x39
    2. Ruger 10/22
    3. Remington 870 12ga
    4. Sig Sauer P229 in 9mm
    5. Sig Sauer P220 .45

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  80. M1911
    Remington 870 12ga
    Win Mod 70 in .30-06
    M1 Garand
    M3 Grease Gun

    Simplifies ammo needs.

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  81. Any glock .45
    benelli m4, if the marines use it in the desert, I'm sure it will work here too.
    ruger 10/22
    mauser k98. It knocked Europe on it's ass for 47 years. It must be good.
    and last, but not least, an ak. When you absolutely positively have to kill every mother f'er in the room. Besides, 100 million rifles later, it's still in business.

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  82. I sure do like my ruger M77 .270 with leopold scope. Over the past 20 plus years I have killed everything from squirrels to deer from 2 yards to over 500 yards away and can consistantly hold a 3/4 inch group at 100 yards. Stainless barrel, synthetic stock and excellant trigger job. I just feel good with it in my hands. I also have shotgun,.22rifle,.308,pistols etc. but I love my .270

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  83. Most women buy shoes; I like firearms. I must be missing the shoe gene. Only five, huh? Okay, for deer, my tried-and-true Remington 700 BDL with 3X9 scope; for home defense, a Colt .380 ACP-fits a lady's hand better than a .45 and still has the classic look-loaded with Teflon-coated hollow points. For plinking and survival shooting, a Winchester Wildcat .22 bolt action; a Winchester 12-gauge pump Turkey Combo that will hold five+one without the plug; and an AR-15 for lod time's sake. Oo-RAH!

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  84. I forgot one but which do I replace? I've heard it suggested that a flintlock smokepole is square one; you shoot the other guy; you know, the one with the mean-looking "assault rifle?" then take his gun and-voila!-you have started your new collection! And then someone else pointed out that a rock in a sack will work on the back of a skull so you can get as primitive as you want. evil grin

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  85. P.S. Check out a book called " The Do-it-yourself Gunpowder Cookbook by Don McLean. ( Not THAT Don McLean-I don't think,anyway. ) Teaches you how to leach saltpetre from nitrogen-rich dirt, like, um, chicken litter, fr'instance. Lotsa that in the South. With the aformentioned smokepole and flints you have mined yourself from chalk deposits, well, there's no tellin' what you might get into...

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  86. My Five in no particular order:

    1)Ruger 10/22 - great for plinking and teaching a novice.

    2)AK-47 semi auto clone - Will fire no matter what.

    3)Glock 19 - For concealed carry.

    4)Benelli M4 - Everyone needs a shotgun.

    5)1911 style .45 "Personel supressor delux", most likely a Springfield Armory.

    These meet MY needs, I am not disputing anyone else'e list.

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  87. .22 rimfire
    .223 Bushmaster XM-15 Bull barrel
    .308 Remington 700 VS Medium/heavy barrel/scoped
    .357 Magnum Firepower and readily available ammo
    12 guage Remington 870 Magnum Shotgun

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  88. Well lets see,
    30-30 for hunting
    1911 A1 45-colt for home defence
    spas 12 gauge for home defence & hunting
    Barrett light 50 for getting rid of the leaders
    a 12 gauge coach gun,for messy close ones,haha

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  89. M4 cause it works and long term ammo compatibilty with uncle sugar
    FNFAL cause sometimes you need a bit more than 5.56
    H&K P7 my Daily concealed carry
    Ruger 10/22 one of the finest .22's out there
    1911A1 cause you just have to have one.

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  90. My picks,
    Ruger 10-22
    Glock 22 .40cal.
    AR-15
    Remington 870 12 ga
    Mosin Nagant 7.62x54

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  91. Lots of good ideas here. My picks would be:

    Remington 552 semiauto - .22 rimfire
    Kimber Pro Carry Stainless - .45ACP
    M1A SOCOM - 7.62 NATO
    Remington 870 - 12 Ga. Magnum
    Barrett M82A1 - .50 BMG

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  92. Parker Brothers A-1 Spectial Grade 28 gauge ($130,000), .45 ACP Luger serial #2 ($1,000,000), Winchester Model 1873 $50,000), 1862 Henry rifle ($15,000 to priceless), Sharps Model 1874 Sporting Rifle ($25,000 +)

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  93. Hmmm,

    Remingtom 700 .30-06 or .308 for big game.

    Ruger 10/11 .22 for small game.

    M1 Carbine w/softnose cartridges for urban defense.

    Remington CTi .12-gauge for flying game.

    Sig Sauer P220 .45 because I LOVE IT!

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  94. Because what I have;

    As above
    M1 Carbine w/softnose cartridges for urban defense. And w/15 rd mags and FMJ for practice.

    Colt Commander .45 ACP w/7 and 10 rd mags.

    Bersa Thunder 9 mm w/17 rd mags.

    Bersa Thunder Plus .380 ACP w/15 rd mags (carry most).

    Beretta M21A .22 Long Rifle w/7 rd mags.

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  95. Ah another 5 because I like em. Subject to change with no notice :)
    1. Springfield SS 1911 Longslide .45
    2. Beretta 92FS SS 9mm
    3. Taurus SS 3" Judge 410/45LC
    4. Beretta Stampede 4 3/4" SS 45LC Revolver
    5. Polytech M14S .308

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  96. Government 1911 .45 ACP
    SKS - a little punch from a mid distance
    AR 15 - 223 wish it were .308 but its not.
    12G Reminton 870 18 inch shorty for close quarters
    w/7 round mag.
    My 5th is the Robinson Arms Model 96 OR Springfield 308 M1-A

    I carry 600 plus rounds on my person but 1000 sounds safer and a cache secreted away of 15,000 rounds sounds even better -- I just watched "Gettysburg" last night and the men on Little Round top each had about 60 rounds each - its no wonder they had to end matters with a bayonet charge! Sounds like Hal Moore in A Drang valley 1965.
    1LTLos
    (Chaser during peacetime 1LTLos during war)

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  97. Ruger 1022 verstility
    DPMS 5.56 AR Hunting -Self defence
    Beretta CX4 Storm Carbine 9mm Same as AR but I like better for close quarters.
    Mossberg 500 12GA with screw-in chokes for hunting and self-defence
    106mm Recoiless Rifle with anti-personell rounds fill with nails and broken 1960vintage coke bottles.
    When the SHTF concealed carry is an oxymoron

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  98. All choices are personel but My 5 are:

    Ruger 10-22 cheap, part, ammo
    Browning BAR 300 win Mag
    Nova 12 pump
    NAA 22lr mini revolver
    Glock 17 9mm gun and ammo known around world

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  99. *My XD-40,is it cheating if I have my 9mm conversion barrel with it?
    *My Mossberg 500A 12ga,I have a 20ga too but I'm sure I'd pick my 12*
    *My 10/22 Tactical Model, I'd hope to have a silencer by then to replace the flash hider
    *Trade in my 7mm Mag Winchester Model 70 for a .308
    My Maadi AK-47 for cleanup duty.

    P.S. somebody said they'd pick their .223 cause it could kill anything in Florida^ "I think a Gator might have something to say about that."

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  100. 22 rifle
    223 Ar 15
    308 bolt action
    12 gauge pump shotgun
    Glock 19 9 mm

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  101. 1. .308 on an AR platform, leupold VX series scope, 500-1000m range

    2. .223 M4 Carbine with EOtech holographic, backup iron sights, 150-450m range (out to 500/600 with optional low scope)

    3. Springfield Operator .45 1911 ACP, primary close quarters work...all of the great craftsmanship and match grade components of the trophy match stuff, but with some other options that make it more tactically sound.

    4. S/W 6904 subcompact 9mm, (my carry weapon), for backup

    5. 12 guage shotgun with CCO or Holographic. Any number of makers/models on this. A shotgun is more of a tool than just a weapon. It's also great to put in the hands of a friend that isn't a marksman (in the event you need fire support but they can't shoot worth a darn)

    All of the above would be predicated on the shooter getting a lot of practice with each. Not just standing in front of a paper target and carefully knocking out bullseyes. Reflexive fire drills, magazine changing, rapid target acquisition, moving target engagement, etc.

    Also, the general rule is to never put a weapon in the field with less than a 'standard combat load'. I don't always agree with the military rules regarding this, but reason dictates that those rules were formed from actual combat experience.

    My advice is to employ the weapon systems as such:

    .308 would be paired with a shooting bag, complete with 100 rounds of selected ammo, 1/4 of which would be prepared in spare magazines, and all of the gun-specific tools and cleaning supplies. It would likely be carried in a vehicle and removed only if necessary

    .223 would be carried with a 3-point sling, not less than 210 rounds, all of which would be distributed in magazines, in a chest rig.

    .45 would be carried in a drop holster, with no less than 7 fully loaded magazines, carried in spare mag pouches on the belt and holter.

    9mm would be carried in a cross-draw configuration on my chest, 2 fully loaded magazines, one in the weapon, one elsewhere.

    shotgun would be kept in the house or the truck.

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  102. .223 Ar15 Rock River Arms
    7MM mag bolt action
    7.62X39 AK47 Arsenal G21-62
    G22 40S&W
    G20 10mm Auto
    P226 357sig
    12GA Maverick88 20" 8rds pump with Brenneke Maximum Barrier Penetration 2 3/4" 1 3/8oz
    Now, u r ready for heavy duties, screw the candy-azz 22lr BS, go big or go home, why have five, when u can have more...

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  103. Let me clarify the above statement:
    3(EA) AK47,including underfold (you can never have enough Ak's, when u want to kill every MOFO in the neighborhood (not in the room)
    1(EA) G20 10mm Auto (Just incase the SOB is 6'5' and 240 pounds drugged-out linebacker BG)
    7MM mag bolt action (make sure the MOFO BG is dead from 600 yards+ b4 he get to you,just to be safe)
    1(EA)40S&W finishoff the BG after your G20 10mm Auto ran out of bullets)
    12GA maverick shot gun so the BG wont flinch afterward
    P226 357sig and only need one bullet (this will save for you, just incase where everything else fail, and you need to take your last pain pill, your last bullet will be IT!!!!)now, u r ready for the SHTF!!!

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  104. In my closet (safe)
    Sig 5.56 AR-15(Tactical Defense)
    Sig 5-22 AR-15(Training & Small Game)
    Mossberg 590 pump 12GA
    Springfield XDM 9mm
    Remington .308 Bolt

    And a Ruger SR-22 for fun

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