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>>51636987
Now there's a middle dresser!
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What a comfy thread :)
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>3d lettering
>wireframe grid
UGH...
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>>51636987
Any pertaining to ammo prices? I saw this from 1967 the other day. Adjusted for inflation that's $2/round or 64c/round for reloading.
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>>51637369
It's getting so bad, that I see wireframe and silver 3D letters, and immediately assume it's some modern vaporwave/fashwave bullshit.
Hard to believe that 35-40 years ago that design choice was used unironically
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>>51637319
7.62x39 mm aka .30 short russian
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Carlson Choke's warranty card tells you to include $3 when you send the warranty card in and they sent me their catalog. Quite comfy and nostalgic.
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>>51642528
I understand you want to bump a thread about to archive but there is one that was higher up in the catalog when you did

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>>51642536
Hmmmm
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>>51636987
I forget what the model name and brand for the .22 is in the picture at the top of this article; is anyone familiar with it? Just looked at one recently.
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Funny enough, I just saw an AD for that in my Feb '56 American Rifleman Magazine. Comparatively (to yours) it's a boring small AD, though.
>22 Short BERETTA MINX
>NOW! Only $35.00
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>you will never, ever get to wander the streets of Miami with a MAC-10 holstered under your linen suit jacket
What's my purpose in life at this point
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>>51643880
>since I fuck so easily into your pocket or purse
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I have more but I'm not sure if I'll get to them in this thread as I'm probably going hunting tomorrow morning.
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>>51644865
>'detroit' bullet trap
hehe
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>>51646171
Glad someone else found it funny; the joke just wrote itself.
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Do these kind of ads and catalogues even exist anymore? All I could find was hunting stuff. Do police departments get these kind of things or is it a thing of the past?
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223 out of a 7" barrel. Why not just use 9mm?
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I unironically bought one because of an 100 year old advertisement.
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Is micro uzi as cool as it looks?
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>>51651598
I still need one. But I do have to get into reloading then, too.
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>>51651855
I wish they'd make a new one in .30-06.
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>>51642536
>shooting bullseye
>no sights
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>>51651997
you are supposed to load a double drum in it and just mag dump
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Definately in the same spirit
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The 80s were way more fun.
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>>51652206
Smiths wonder nines were pure sex. God I wish they'd put out like a Performance Center 5906 classic or the like.
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>>51651855
>mfw could only find two new boxes of 35rem in my entire state
>mfw spent 500$ on reloading supplies
Get off your ass remington and make more 35 reeeeeee
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>>51642536
I found one of these for sale somewhere recently for less than ass rape prices. No amount of mgs3 could make me actually want one though
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>>51643853
>plinking bullfrogs

Weird how I great out of shit like that at a really young age, yet it was so common back then. Don't get me wrong, I still hunt and go frog gigging but I don't like to kill unnecessarily. Old timers shot at literally anything they thought they could hit for no other reason than having the chance to do so. Frogs, turtles, fish feeding at the surface, neighborhood cats,dragon flies and spiders, fucking song birds. There are a could waterways neat my hometown that could probably be dredged for enough lead to ballast a fleet of sailboats
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>>51651598
Rough way to start the day. Guy doesn't even have the coffee on yet
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>>51652248
Remember in 2007 when those were $350 with two spare mags and extras cost $15. You could get that plus a vz58 with 4 spars for under $1k
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>>51653023
Man I've seen match books with more stuff on the cover
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>>51652248
You might get a second chance when a PC CSX happens
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>>51653843
CDNN was also GIVING AWAY M16A1 uppers for $200 each with original stock. Unfired. Practically new.
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>>51653023
I have the Gyrojet one but it's too cold to go get it out of the barn for you troglodytes
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>>51652248
Best I can do is some Chief's special neoboomer trash, sorry
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Neat. Wonder what "the target that shoots back" is about?
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I don't have the old bottles of Hoppes but I do have a little cardstock case of Hoppes patches and two boxes. Interesting to see it; I oddly rarely see Hoppes in these magazines AFAIK.
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I have a feeling the other end of that "squirrel call" is cup shaped and that nub on top has some bumps on it so you can rub it against something to simulate the sound of a squirrel chewing on a walnut. Super cheap and easy to make, no doubt.
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RIG is still made, too, AFAIK. I have an old instruction sheet for RIG I should scan one day. It's printed in black/yellow on a gloss white paper.
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Still need one of these.
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Another AD only a couple of pages later.
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No one else has scans? It takes a while for me to find some interesting ones and scan them, then crop and post.
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>>51637002
>tfw no big hair pantsuit uzi gf
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O always though he liked like costanza
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>>51654861
Warshal's, Seattle WA.
God I miss that place.
Was an AMAZING gun store on 1st Ave in downtown Seattle.
> old wood floors, felt like the floors had been there since the 1920s
> store had been there forever
> racks and racks of guns
> rifles, milsurp, fudd special, everything
> their holster selection was amazing
> first place I saw a Kramer horse leather holster back when Greg Kramer started making them
> staff would leave you alone, let you browse
Store was kill when seattle zoned the place out of existence.
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>>51653023
Something about the early AR-10s and M16/A1s just makes them still look alien today. The lines and shapes are just strange and eclectic.
They had to be utterly insane looking to the average draftee in the 60s.
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>>51636987
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>>51653770
Probably because from a young age you've been taught to respect your environment and that it is finite and we have to keep it all from disappearing.
Where with the old timers, they grew up at a time where no one said anything about that, nature was nature and it lasted forever beyond humanity. It was outside of us. So running around shooting birds, who cared? There'd always be more of them.
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>>51659408
I firmly believe that all women should be armed.
As a strong guy I can fight off most people that would try and fuck me even without a gun (unless they had a gun themselves). But even if I put in twice the number of hours at the gym as a woman, basically any shlub could still wreck my shit.
For chicks, the only thing that they can do to equalize that threat is to carry a gun. That is the great equalizer.



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