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#23557 - 06/17/13 08:31 PM Re: Bug Out Gun Choices [Re: Trumby]
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Originally Posted By: Trumby
Getting back to guns.
A mate of mine used to own a Colt Woodsman, ,22 semi auto. That was one sweet little hand gun for bush work around small game.


I'm trying to find time to get my Ruger Mark III 22/45 set up to my liking. I'm hoping it'll be a nice little pistol of a similar bent.
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#23558 - 06/17/13 08:32 PM Re: Bug Out Gun Choices [Re: Dogtired]
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Still need to switch out the sights and replace all the extra little (silly) safety parts that make it so difficult to disassemble and hinder the function.
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#23559 - 06/17/13 09:30 PM Re: Bug Out Gun Choices [Re: Dogtired]
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Both the Woodsman and Ruger Mk 3 are neat choices for woods pistol. But, the only auto I own is a Glock 23.

I really like the KISS principle in firearms.
-carl
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#23560 - 06/17/13 09:33 PM Re: Bug Out Gun Choices [Re: Dogtired]
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Originally Posted By: Dogtired
Originally Posted By: Trumby
Even a dog has to be licenced these days. frown


And curiously, one still does not need a license to have children wink grin


Yup- AND they put lifeguards in the gene pool. I am going to resume work on my retroactive birth-control project....
-carl
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#23570 - 06/17/13 10:59 PM Re: Bug Out Gun Choices [Re: Carl Theile]
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Originally Posted By: Carl Theile
Both the Woodsman and Ruger Mk 3 are neat choices for woods pistol. But, the only auto I own is a Glock 23.

I really like the KISS principle in firearms.
-carl


Then I'd think you'd prefer a 1911 wink
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#23573 - 06/17/13 11:25 PM Re: Bug Out Gun Choices [Re: Dogtired]
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Originally Posted By: Dogtired
Originally Posted By: Carl Theile
Both the Woodsman and Ruger Mk 3 are neat choices for woods pistol. But, the only auto I own is a Glock 23.

I really like the KISS principle in firearms.
-carl


Then I'd think you'd prefer a 1911 wink


I do, but I shoot the Glock better in CQB competition. Go Figure.
-carl
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#23574 - 06/18/13 02:03 AM Re: Bug Out Gun Choices [Re: Trumby]
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Originally Posted By: Trumby
Originally Posted By: elof_alv
Originally Posted By: Dogtired
Originally Posted By: Carl Theile
There is no law that prevents folks from having slings, or sling shots, or longbows/compound bows....


...at least not yet...


Well, that depends where... In at least parts of Australia slingshots are prohibited shocked...
Something to do with a big group of kids who shot out most of the windows in NSW state government building some years ago...


I didn't know they were banned. grin

I did know they banned cross bows after some school kid shot his girlfriend with one and it went through and shot another kid behind her.
I suppose they need to be licenced now like everything else.

Even a dog has to be licenced these days. frown


Ian, in NT you don't need permits for a crossbow... confused
And while you need a permit for a crossbow in NSW, you don't need one for a bow... eek
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#24502 - 07/06/13 10:33 PM Re: Bug Out Gun Choices [Re: Dogtired]
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.22 for the win. Like Carl said, try and carry 1000 rnds of anything else, 500 rnds even.

I have a M1A and an AK AND 1911's, but at 65, it would probably be the Marlin 39 Mountie or the CZ 452 Trainer and the S&W M-41 for the pistol and a brick of Wolf MT.

A decent amount of water gets real heavy, real quick.

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#24503 - 07/06/13 10:38 PM Re: Bug Out Gun Choices [Re: Dogtired]
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What is this!?! ^^^^^^

I THOUGHT I registered using my old screen name, wetdog1911, and have no idea where the 1911a1 came from.

Can this be fixed?

BTW, hi Carl and Ian. Been a bit, but not dead quite yet.

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#24508 - 07/06/13 11:26 PM Re: Bug Out Gun Choices [Re: Dogtired]
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Well, HELLO WET!!!
Long time no see. Glad you are still salty and kicking. Ian and I both hit the seven decade mark and still try to keep up with these youngsters..... smile
-carl
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