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    Default What is your finest gun you own?

    I love to see other people's firearms especially the top notch stuff so out of all the guns you own which is your best? (Post pics please if you can)
    For me it's a tie with my Colt 1911 Competition and my Kel tec KSG.
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    I'm not sure what 'finest' means. If it means, the most reliable firearm that exerts the most gun-like effects, for me, that would be a [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] Most light-weight AR-pattern 7.62 NATO/.308 Win on the planet.
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    Yeah don't know about "finest" I'm guessing accuracy, ease of use etc. so even though my favourite is my 1911, I would say my "finest" is this one (but i still don't have my 460 yet so this could change LOL)

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    I'm assuming you mean the word "fine" as an adjective.
    If so, then that would have to be my Sauer 202 LH takedown chambered in 30/06. Superb German craftsmanship, Turkish Walnut furniture and an amazing trigger.
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    OneNation, you could get some heat on your question. There is no one best firearm, anymore than there is one best screwdriver. Perhaps the 'finest' firearm is the one too precious to shoot with -- does that actually count as a firearm?

    It's good to be curious about gun culture, hopefully we will be as patient with you, as you are, with us.

    I'm saying that because I got my @ss beat for too much curiosity in another forum and I'm still learning. Patience is a virtue.
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    "Each of the builders had his sword strapped at his side while he built." Nehemiah 4:17-18

    "Let the one who has no sword sell his cloak and buy one." Luke 22:35-38

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy 22/308 View Post
    OneNation, you could get some heat on your question. There is no one best firearm, anymore than there is one best screwdriver. Perhaps the 'finest' firearm is the one too precious to shoot with -- does that actually count as a firearm?

    It's good to be curious about gun culture, hopefully we will be as patient with you, as you are, with us.

    I'm saying that because I got my @ss beat for too much curiosity in another forum and I'm still learning. Patience is a virtue.
    When I say finest I just mean like quality of parts/ craftsmanship and design. It could be an heirloom type gun for instance or maybe a top brand AR-15 that has been personalized and customized with good parts. I'm not doing this as some kind of competition or anything just interested in the different guns that people like and own. Please no one take offense to the thread cause it isn't meant to be offensive.
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    No such thing in my safe. I have several that I absolutely love to shoot and they are made well and they shoot well. Better than me, many days!

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    Then I suppose you mean shotguns also, like my Belgium made Browning Light Tewlve, from 1971.[Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
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