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#1 Posted by MXC361 (134 posts) -

I have a good selection of WWII firearms at my house. The M1 Garand is definitely one of my favorites though!
#2 Posted by Onno10 (405 posts) -

 Does this count?!
#3 Edited by MysteriousBob (6272 posts) -

I own my own orbital satellite laser. Does that count?

#4 Posted by SlasherMan (1725 posts) -

Do these count?

*Flexes Biceps*

#5 Edited by Aaox (1657 posts) -

I haven't got a gun. I got knives and a sword, though. A more elegant weapon for a more civilised time, some might. 
Say. Some might say.

#6 Posted by TheSeductiveMoose (3625 posts) -

I have a snowmobile with a plow I use for protection.

#7 Posted by BraveToaster (12588 posts) -

Not yet.

#8 Posted by PassiveKaerenai (323 posts) -

Yes. I have guns. Don't tell anybody. Actually, hundreds of them. My basement is aflood with rigid steel. Thousands of them. I wade down into the darkness every night at midnight, I feel myself absorbed ineluctably in the radiating frigid virility - the wall is a network of muzzles, the floor a swamp, my wrists manacled in triggers, and I writhe amongst the cold steel, until I...snap!! Kabloom!! Like a thousand Catherine wheels blazing in a blank sky, they caress me soft, a million protrusions of perfect steel...and I sleep calmly in the dead silence, the hot afterglow of our passion, and dream....
 
Oh wait, they're illegal here. Nah I don't have any guns.

#9 Posted by Necrotoxin (141 posts) -

Yes, I have a 12 gauge Remington shotgun. I use it for skeet and trap shooting.

#10 Posted by Mikemcn (7023 posts) -

I have a  Ruger .22 for target shooting.

#11 Posted by CaptainTightPants (2834 posts) -
@Onno10 said:
"
 Does this count?!
"
Remember to paint the tip orange, otherwise cops might think its a real gun ;)
#12 Posted by jackbag (209 posts) -

I have an old NES Zapper in my basement.

#13 Posted by Lemoncookie01 (1642 posts) -
#14 Posted by TheSilentTruth (1152 posts) -

Nah, just a sword.

#15 Posted by Prolix (188 posts) -

I fired a M1 before, when I was like 15.  A friend and I blew some old stuffed animals to hell with that and an Uzi.   It was pretty much the furst gun I ever fired.  Great gun.
 
I keep 2 rifles, and 1 Beretta.  @jackbag said:

" I have an old NES Zapper in my basement. "

This.  I keep one by my seat in my den, for when the shit hits. 
#16 Posted by Ravenousrattler (1417 posts) -

not yet, i need to get my foid card and a job first.

#17 Posted by CrossXhunteR (24 posts) -

Two pistols and a rifle, along with an assortment of knives, a meat cleaver, and an elegant sword.

#18 Posted by Phog_of_War (215 posts) -

A Colt .45 1911 for target and fun shooting.  A .45 Glock for when I conceal/carry because its fairly small and fits well in a ankle or paddle holster.  Also a 12 gauge Remington Express for waterfowl and deer season because we are restricted to shotguns here.  But when I go out west to hunt Elk I take a custom made 25.06 rifle with a 10 power scope.  It does the trick.
#19 Posted by Voshterkoff (125 posts) -

Several

#20 Posted by iKANNIBAL (595 posts) -


#21 Posted by scarace360 (4828 posts) -

no im Canadian @CrossXhunteR:  Dude are you starting a war?

#22 Posted by spooky138 (25 posts) -

Well being from Texas of course I own a few - I think it is mandatory for my state.
#23 Posted by SumDeus (1857 posts) -

ONLY THE ONES ON MY FEET!

#24 Posted by PhatSeeJay (3322 posts) -

Only one, a Maverick.

#25 Posted by Yummylee (22576 posts) -

*Awaits HitmanAgent47 to list his entire armoury*

#26 Edited by crusader8463 (14429 posts) -
@Lemoncookie01 said:

" I have a handcannon

"
That's a very dangerous place to store a cannon. Aren't you afraid of it going off and blowing up your penis and or testicles?
 
EDIT:
I only have a knife that belonged to my grandfather. I really enjoyed archery when we did it in High School, and I have always wanted to get a bow and arrow to practice with. One of the benefits of living in the country with big open fields is you never have to hunt for a spot to practice your shot. I have zero interest in going hunting with it, just learning the skill of archery.
#27 Posted by Zafmg (313 posts) -
@crusader8463 said:
" @Lemoncookie01 said:

" I have a handcannon

"
That's a very dangerous place to store a cannon. Aren't you afraid of it going off and blowing up your penis and or testicles?
 
EDIT:
I only have a knife that belonged to my grandfather. I really enjoyed archery when we did it in High School, and I have always wanted to get a bow and arrow to practice with. One of the benefits of living in the country with big open fields is you never have to hunt for a spot to practice your shot. I have zero interest in going hunting with it, just learning the skill of archery. "
what kind of bows appeal to you the most? them composite bows look mighty complicated!
#28 Posted by HandsomeDead (11863 posts) -

No, but I'd love to own a revolver and be able to twirl it like John Wayne in The Searchers.

#29 Posted by emkeighcameron (1876 posts) -

 hell yea i do
#30 Posted by Zafmg (313 posts) -

i heard if you spin the revolving chamber part of a revolver and pull the trigger while it's still spinning it autofires like a gatling gun

#31 Posted by iam3green (14390 posts) -

nope, i don't have a gun. i want a gun though for target shooting.

#32 Posted by Zafmg (313 posts) -
@iam3green said:
" nope, i don't have a gun. i want a gun though for target shooting. "
will you be shooting the most dangerous target?
#33 Posted by Brendan (8167 posts) -
@Aaox said:
"I haven't got a gun. I got knives and a sword, though. A more elegant weapon for a more civilised time, some might. Say. Some might say. "

I have taken history classes on those times.  They were not. . . They were not.
#34 Posted by YoThatLimp (1938 posts) -

Yeah a Remington 12 gauge, a Mosin Nagant 91/30 and a 9mm S&W. Looking to get my C&L license, kind of into the surplus rifle scene atm

#35 Posted by hedfone (1731 posts) -
#36 Posted by turbomonkey138 (4956 posts) -

INB4DIPSTICK 

#37 Posted by mikeeegeee (1575 posts) -
@PassiveKaerenai said:
" Yes. I have guns. Don't tell anybody. Actually, hundreds of them. My basement is aflood with rigid steel. Thousands of them. I wade down into the darkness every night at midnight, I feel myself absorbed ineluctably in the radiating frigid virility - the wall is a network of muzzles, the floor a swamp, my wrists manacled in triggers, and I writhe amongst the cold steel, until I...snap!! Kabloom!! Like a thousand Catherine wheels blazing in a blank sky, they caress me soft, a million protrusions of perfect steel...and I sleep calmly in the dead silence, the hot afterglow of our passion, and dream....  Oh wait, they're illegal here. Nah I don't have any guns. "
Beautifully written.
#38 Posted by ArchScabby (5809 posts) -

AHHHHH man, all the gun jokes are taken already :(

#39 Posted by Claude (16254 posts) -

I'm not a fan, but my wife has this beside her bed. 357 magnum.


 
She was attacked at a young age. I would rather have a 45 or 9mm if it was up to me.
#40 Edited by HitmanAgent47 (8576 posts) -

Several, won't say what they are. One semi automatic assault rifle and two handguns.

#41 Posted by Sanity (1951 posts) -

I have a AR15, K98, Mosin Nagant, Ruger 10/22, Marlin 35, a few shotguns, and a Yugoslavian SKS.

#42 Posted by TwoLines (2841 posts) -

Nope, and hopefully I'll never own a gun. Ever.

#43 Posted by Canberra (1065 posts) -

I hear knives are the new guns.

#44 Posted by jonnyboy (2920 posts) -

If fired enough weapons to know that I really don't want anything to do with them.

#45 Posted by Darkstorn (472 posts) -

No man, I'm a bleeding heart liberal. No guns in my household except for my great grandfather's WW1 antique rifle.

#46 Posted by Devil240Z (3440 posts) -

I do not. Wouldn't mind getting one for protection. I do have a fairly convincing airsoft gun. But if I were awoken to the sound of someone breaking into my place I would go for my baseball bat first. 

#47 Posted by crusader8463 (14429 posts) -
@Zafmg said:
" @crusader8463 said:
" @Lemoncookie01 said:

" I have a handcannon

"
That's a very dangerous place to store a cannon. Aren't you afraid of it going off and blowing up your penis and or testicles?
 
EDIT:
I only have a knife that belonged to my grandfather. I really enjoyed archery when we did it in High School, and I have always wanted to get a bow and arrow to practice with. One of the benefits of living in the country with big open fields is you never have to hunt for a spot to practice your shot. I have zero interest in going hunting with it, just learning the skill of archery. "
what kind of bows appeal to you the most? them composite bows look mighty complicated! "
I would like one of those basic classic bow's. Composite bows do too much of the work for you, and just something about learning a defensive skill with something that could theoretically be made out of a stick and string is very appealing. If stories like Star Wars and Rambo taught us anything, it's that a good bow and arrow in the right hands can be deadly.
 
When we did archery in High School we used a heavy plastic version of this kind of bow to the right, and I rather liked it. If I was going to buy one though I would like something made out a a sturdy material like fiberglass, metal and hard woods.
#48 Posted by natetodamax (19220 posts) -

Yes, many rifles, shotguns, and handguns. Just a few days ago my dad got me a new 12. gauge for clay target shooting and duck hunting. 

#49 Posted by ZeroKelvin (53 posts) -

I collect.  I work part-time in a gun shop, do some minor gun-smithing, and some work at a local range for their concealed carry training class.  
 
Got about 30 firearms now.  Fun hobby if you live somewhere that it's legal...

#50 Posted by ZeroKelvin (53 posts) -
@Zafmg said:

" i heard if you spin the revolving chamber part of a revolver and pull the trigger while it's still spinning it autofires like a gatling gun "

Lol, no.  The mechanism doesn't work that way.  On the outside chance that you had a modified revolver that could spin freely while in battery, it would only fire, perhaps, once.  And that's assuming that the chambered round was in perfect alignment with the barrel when the firing pin strikes the primer.  Anything else would blow up in your face.   It would be very dangerous to have the cylinder that loose... 
 
Also, if you want to see some fast revolver shooting, look up Jerry Miculik
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CsLx5ISBXw4