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    Guido's Arsenal

    The Rifles

    Thought I'd show you guys what I've been up to this last year. Here are some pics of my rifles and pistols.

    This is a G33/40 Mauser dot 1942 It's not matching but in great shape. The stock appears to be refinished. But I didn't buy this as collectible safe queen even though it is a rare mauser. I bought it to shoot. Chambered in 8mm mauser

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    Next one is a very rare Mauser. It's a Luxembourg M1900. Only 500 were made and there's only about 8 known and. The stock barrel and receiver match, the bolt is mismatched. The cleaning rod is incorrect to this particular model. Chambered in 6.5x55 Swedish Mauser

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    Winchester Model 53. Another rare gun. It was an update to the Model 92 made only a few years 1924-1932. They only made 15,000. Mine was made early 1924. It's not in the best condition but again for me it's about shooting it. Chambered in 25-20 WCF

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    Mosin Nagant 1939 Tula 91/30. A very common rifle often called the moist nugget or garbage rod. They use to be really cheap because there were so many made and available but they are going up in price since availability is drying up. All numbers match including the bayonet, but the stock is a post war stock. Chambered in 7.62x54R

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    Henry Big Boy. Nothing special here. It's a modern lever action rifle made a few years ago. Chambered in .357 Magnum

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    AR15 type 16" mid length. This is my own build. Lucid HD7 red dot w/ a 2x magnifier. Chambered in 5.56 NATO

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    AR15 type 16" carbine length. This is my own build. Primary Arms 2.5X CQB ACSS Reticle. Chambered in 5.56 NATO

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    Ruger 10/22 takedown Stainless Steel w/ Kryptek Typhon Camo. Fits nicely in the Ruger takedown bag. Primary Arms Fixed Power 6X32 Rifle Scope w/ ACSS .22LR BDC Reticle. Chambered in .22 LR

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    AK47 type or AKM. This is a Yugo N-PAP made by Zastava. Chambered in 7.62X39 mm

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    [size=18pt]The handguns[/size]

    First one is the luger I showed earlier. It's an all matching numbers, except for the magazine, P04. It's a first altered 1906 Imperial Navy. Unfortunately it's rare and I was told not to fire it. So it will just be a safe queen. Chambered in 9mm Luger Parabellum

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    H&K USP ELite. Chambered in .45 ACP

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    Sprinfield Armory 1911 TRP Operator Full Rail. Chambered in .45 ACP

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    Sig Sauer 1911 Stainless Steel Half Rail. Chambered in .45 ACP

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    Sig Sauer 1911-22. Chambered in .22 LR

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    S&W M&P Shield, Chambered in .40 SW

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    S&W M&P Pro C.O.R.E. Burris FastFire III red dot. Chambered in 9mm Luger

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    Walther PPQ M1. Chambered in 9mm Luger

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    Sphinx SDP Alpha. Chambered in 9mm Luger

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    Glock 17 Gen 3 USA made. Chambered in 9mm Luger

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    Springfield Armory XDm 5.25. Chambered in .40 SW

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    Ruger New Model Blackhawk. Chambered in .357 Magnum

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    [size=18pt]Newest additions to my arsenal[/size]

    Walther 1945 P38 ac45 all matching numbers, with a "plum" frame. Chambered in 9mm Luger

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    Finnish M38 Sako 1943 SKY Chambered in 7.62X54R

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    IBM M1 Carbine 1942 Chambered in .30 Caliber

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    Spanish Mauser M43 1952 Chambered in 8mm Mauser

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    Enfield No.4 Mk II 1954 Chambered in 303 British

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    Springfield Armory M1 Garand 1941 Probably the crown of the collection. Great American rifle that won WWII. Chambered in.30-06

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    Zastava Mauser M98/48 This is a Yugo captured K98K that is scrubbed clean and rearsenaled. They aren't like Yugo M48 or M24/47. These started life as a German Kar98K. Chambered in 8mm Mauser

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    [size=24pt]Here are some more...[/size]

    Century Arms C308. Very similar to a H&K G3, H&K 91, PTR91 or a CETME. It's built off of a CETME parts kit. And some parts are made by PTR, like the barrel, polymer lower and the stamped receiver. Chambered in .308

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    IWI Tavor X95 OD green. My one and only bullpup. I couldn't decide between this and an Steyr AUG, but I went with the Tavor because it looks badass. The only thing that sucks about it is the flash hider needs to be extended to meet California 30" over all length laws. Chanbered in 5.56 NATO

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    Splendid armory - a sight to behold

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    Just updated more pics in post #3

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    Holy Hell Guido Have enough guns yet? prob not and don't forget to put me in your will JK or am I???? lol
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    All of my semi auto rifles that you see will soon change. Not including the M1 Garand and M1 Carbine. New California laws have outlawed the bullet buttons that made them legal to own before will now need to be registered as assault weapons on January 1, 2017.

    But I can make them featureless and not have to register them as assault weapon. Just to be clear what they consider an assault weapon is gun with a detachable magazine and includes evil features. Evil features include: collapsible stock, flash hider, pistol grip, grenade launcher and a forward grip.

    I'll post before and after pics when I get them all converted.

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    Just send those to me and then you wont have to alter hell the only guns that we have to register are handguns last time i checked that is. None of my guns are registered. Should I post pictures of my guns???? I only have a few.
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