Variety is the spice of life.

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12 Responses to Variety is the spice of life.

  1. Scott says:

    The wood on the rifles and pumps are beautiful. And could agree more on variety

  2. Roscoe says:

    Does the top shotgun have some sort of strap on rifle sights?

  3. LarryArnold says:

    Trivia: As I remember, the .30 Carbine was about the only common pistol-size cartridge not manufactured as a shot load.

  4. Paul Koning says:

    Could you identify each of those guns?

  5. Leonard says:

    Ooooh! That black one in the middle with the forward vertical grip looks really scary! It must be 100 times more dangerous than those other ones with the pretty wood. And the red bullets! Oh, my! It’s enough to give my heart a Bradyfeinsteinbloombergbiden-fit.

    • Martin says:

      Two years ago I purchased that Mossberg 500HD .410 for my wife who found a 12 ga way too much for her to handle. She likes it and enjoys hearing that first “Administrative Round” being chambered. BTW those aren’t red bullets but .410 shells. And, she keeps it loaded with Winchester PDX1.410 Defender shells should she ever have to use it when home alone.

  6. Those Auto-Ords look nice. Has their quality improved since circa 2007 when they were kind of iffy?

  7. Rivrdog says:

    What? No DDupleks ammo shown? Or did I miss it?

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