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I have several AR's, love shooting them. I also do pistol competition and have several pistols that I compete with....

But tactically, this is my favorite shooter:

Bushmaster M4 A3 with a few goodies:
 

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This is all that I have right now, but I am looking to buy an AR as soon as it's in the budget..

Walther P99 QA .40 .... it's a great pistol, very light and very accurate
 

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I got a few glocks too, since i shoot competition, shoot a glock sometimes, but my favorite is a .40 Dawson Signature Series, built on a double stack 1911 style frame, 2 pound trigger tuned crisp, only for competition:



here is a Glock 35 .40, competition only, trigger is like a 1911, no take up, no overtravel, safeties intact, i had it down to what the scale shows, but bumped it back up just over 2 lbs



and a few more of my ARs, left to right, Bushmaster M4 A3, Rock River Entry Tactical and Olympic Arms PCR-16:

 

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Hands down, my Remington Rangemaster 22-250 on the left. The gun holds amazing groups off the bench from 100 to 500 with match loads. I've pulled off shots in the field with that gun that you would only believe if you were there. Next would be my Volquartsen'ized 10-22 and of course the spray and pray. I have other rifles and pistols, but these are what I grab out of the safe most.
 

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nice loren, i've got a volquartsen trigger group in my 10/22 Mag with custom stock, etc....fun gun to shoot...

also got alot of varmint rifles, favorite is a custom .17 remington, tack driver...
 

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Browning M1000, 300 Win Mag. :biggrin Its great for stand hunting. But carrying it in the field is a bear at just over 11lbs with the scope.

 
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