If you could only have three.....

Robert28

Senior Member
Browning Model 1885 High Wall in 270.

Winchester Model 12 12 gauge shotgun.

Chiappa Half Pint Sharp`s 22 Magnum.

I already have the first two.
I was supposed to inherit my dad's old Model 12 until his nieces or their drug addict husbands stole it and a few other guns from his house while he was in the hospital before he died. Haunts me to this day because I know that gun ended up in some pawn shop for pennies on the dollar. Even had the slug barrel assembly and those are impossible to find anymore. Wouldn't have taken a million dollars for that gun if I had it today. Please take care of yours and don't let it get gone!
 

Robert28

Senior Member
I couldn't narrow it down to just 3 because I have too many of my grandpas guns, 2 that belonged to my dad (model 94 30-30 and a 512 Remington) and the first two guns my grandparents ever gave me. Out of the guns I bought with my money I'd pick my Colt 1911 70 series, 870 12 ga, Winchester model 70 30-06.
 
Winchester 310 .22 single shot. You can't break them. Period.

either Mossberg 500 or Rem 1100 in 12 gauge. Probably take the Mossberg because of the interchangable chokes and it would take a sledge hammer and an anvil to break it.

rifle.... either my short barreled M77 30.06 or a .35 Rem 336C.... either one is a good hill/brush gun. 06 a little more versatile, but doggone if I don't love a lever action.
 

Cmp1

Swamp Yankee
If I could have 3 of my Dads firearms,they would be
Weatherby 300 mag
Broomhandle Mauser
Navy Luger
 

Darkhorse

Senior Member
My pistols don't hang on a gunrack so I'm not giving up any of them.

1. My .54 Flintlock, for reason given by NC HillBilly, and because it fits so well and I just like it.
2. My Model 700 LH 7mm Rem. Mag.
3. A Remington Model 870 pump with a bunch of chokes.

This is a hard question to answer. I probably couldn't do it. In the end I think they'd have to pry my .40 cal. flintlock from my cold dead hands.
 

Cmp1

Swamp Yankee
My pistols don't hang on a gunrack so I'm not giving up any of them.

1. My .54 Flintlock, for reason given by NC HillBilly, and because it fits so well and I just like it.
2. My Model 700 LH 7mm Rem. Mag.
3. A Remington Model 870 pump with a bunch of chokes.

This is a hard question to answer. I probably couldn't do it. In the end I think they'd have to pry my .40 cal. flintlock from my cold dead hands.
My dad had an 870 with a police barrel,he got it from the police chief of our city,,,,
 

lagrangedave

useless thread starter
A buddy of mine was looking for a pump Remington and we found him a 760 in 308 with a NYPD shield stamped on the receiver...……...
 

pse hunter

Senior Member
rem 700 300 win mag (older one)
rem 1100 12ga (older one)
and a savage mk2 22lr
 

Dub

Top Chef
I’ll just grab three outa the safe....

Beretta A400 12ga 28”
Tikka 270WSM
Browning Buckmark pistol
 

35 Whelen

Senior Member
Remington 700 ADL in 30-06 with Leupold VX III 2.5-8 x36mm Scope
Remington 870 12 Gauge
Ruger 77/22 with Leupold FX-I 4x28 Rimfire Scope
 

oppthepop

Senior Member
Model 70 (old one) in 30-06
Stephens double barrel 12 guage
Henry 22 mag lever action (steel version not brass)
but i sure would hate to give up my Henry 45/70!
 

biggdogg

Senior Member
1) Winchester Model 70 Featherweight .270
2) Winchester Model 120 20 ga
3) Marlin Model 60 .22LR

All three sit in my safe at this moment.
 
My Pap had 3 guns in his cabinet:
Winchester 30-30
Stevens SxS 16ga
Stevens Model 70 pump .22


If I was limited to 3:
Pre-64 Model 70 Winchester in 30-06
Benelli Super Black Eagle 2 in 12ga
Remington 552 Speedmaster .22
 
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