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My little collection

Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by Gazz81, Apr 9, 2014.

  1. Gazz81

    Gazz81 Donator

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    Thought I'd share my little gun collection!

    From the top.

    Aya Yeomon 12g
    Baikal 12g (genuine made in the USSR!)
    Webley and Scott 12g
    Baikal .410
    Air Arms Khamsin
    Bsa Lightning

  2. Tripleteer

    Tripleteer Donator

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    Nice collection of guns there. I used to have an AYA yeoman very nice gun. atb Paul.
  3. 1961nuffield

    1961nuffield Honorary Member

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    Originally E&S York's now SE Finland
    Very nice, I have the AYA and a couple of the others as well!

  4. The Robin

    The Robin Super Moderator Staff Member Mod/Admin

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    Nice collection :up:
  5. Gazz81

    Gazz81 Donator

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    Thanks guys, looking forward to getting the cobwebs blown out of them, infact I bought the Webley 2 years ago and never put a shot through it yet!
  6. Cymru-Dave

    Cymru-Dave Donator

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    How many of you have more guns than you can shoot, I'm getting that way.
  7. coney

    coney Engaging Member

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    9 @ the last count...def no more...unless I come across a steal!
  8. allrightscud

    allrightscud Well-Known Member

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    Yes I need a clear out.

    I have
    1 miruko 800 DTL trap 12b
    1 Miruko 800 skeet 12b
    1 AYA Yeoman 12b (was my grandfathers, put it in my cabinet when he died)
    1 French full metal foreend 16b hammer. something a little differnet. You swing a lever across under the forend to break the barrels. 19th centurary.
    1 Darne, French sliding rear action 12b, again something a little different. Very light rough shooting gun and very nice wood. early 20th centurary.
    1 single barrel AYA 12b
    1 single barrel AYA 20B (Bought for 50 quid with the 12B. They were going to be handed into the police to be destroyed!)
    1 .223 BRNO 527 riffle for fox and roe
    1 .22LR BRNO rifle for rabbits
    1 Webely FX .22 PCP for garden rabbits
    1 Weihrauch HW35 .22 (given to be because of impending Scottish licensing)
    1 BSA Scorpion .177 pistol, used for live trap dispatch.
    1 BSA Scorpion .22. project to turn into carbine rifle for son.
    1 Webley Cub .177 sons rifle
    1 Daisy Red Ryder .177 BB gun. Sons first plinker.
    I'm also holding 2 12b O/U for my father at the moment as his cabinet pulled off the wall.

    I definatley need a clear out. Thing is the AYA's are ten a penny and it takes for every to find a buyer and the local dealers won't take them as trade ins. The Mirukos I got for my 21st so don't want to get ride of them. The French guns are unique and I like taking them out occationaly just for something different.

    The rifles I use for pest control, the FX2000 I use for garden rabbits, crows and magpies the HW35 will be my sons when hes older, the pistols used for live trap dispatch. The scorpion carbine projects a bit of fun, the webley cubs has only just been purchased, the Red Ryder BB is going to my middle son as he shows an interest at plinking.

    Seems I need all my guns! No need for a clear out.
  9. sneakysniper

    sneakysniper Donator

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    Same here, except i had the o/u version. Got granted a shotty cert at 16 at the second attempt and that was my first every shotgun, great gun for the price (back in the day lol)

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