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  1. Not sure what the intended purpose is for your shotgun, but I picked up a Weatherby PA-08 youth compact for my daughter to learn on at a gun store in Franklin for under $400. I’m very pleased with the quality. It would be a great option for a budget home defense weapon.
  2. I've definitely heard plenty of bad reports on the Mini-14s, though the newer ones do tend to garner more favorable reviews. Unfortunately (this might get me kicked off the forum?!?) but I'm just not really into ARs. I know they have a ton of advantages, and can do a lot for a lot less, but I can't get stoked about 'em. My aesthetic vs utility quirk gets in my way a lot.. same with old vehicles, old guitars...etc etc
  3. Agreed. I’ll stay patient and keep an eye out. Im a big music fan, so I really want a Rock-Ola M1 Carbine. I love the idea of a jukebox company joining the war effort. There’s a few pop up on Gun Broker here and there, just hoping for a deal.
  4. Honestly, I think you helped me make up my mind on something, a Mini 14 would be a much better “knock-around” option. I tend to be pretty cautious about purchases, but a CMP M1 Carbine would be something I’m sure i’d never regret. Thanks for your input.
  5. Thanks a bunch! My favorite single shot implement is a literal "Favorite" - the Stevens Favorite .22. Every kid needs one!
  6. Hey all, new member to the forum. I'm currently in the market for a ranch gun, and I've wanted an M1 Carbine for a long time, so maybe its time to grab one. Does anyone have any experience with newer companies making them? I hear great things about Fulton, but they're pretty expensive. Inland's and Auto Ordnance's offerings are a bit more affordable, but I'm reading there may be some quality issues there. I've read just about every article I can find on them, but there are a few conflicting reports. Any advice appreciated. BTW - If any of you have an original Rock-Ola
  7. Hey all, new member from Nashville. I work in the “music biz” (such as it is these days). Primarily interested in classic firearms with historical merit. I enjoy the bravado of single shot rifles.
  8. I keep coming back to look at this one. Thinking about it. I have a 99R in .308, but I always wanted one with the schnabel foreend and old school peep sight.

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