none I feel that guns are not needed
the same weight, if you like bullpup rifles (only commercially available bullpup 7.62x51 that I'm aware of, aside from chassis mods for the M14).
thats only 1.5 lbs heavier than a standard DI AR-15, and only 1 lb heavier than the average piston AR.
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A gun is like a parachute. If you need one, and don’t have one, you’ll probably never need one again.
personally i have around 20-25. collectively between me, my father and my brother, in the 40-50 range
But Rich is probably right, I don't handle them frequently enough to get used to them.
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I've inherited a number of older long guns. From my maternal grandfather I have a 196X Winchester Model 100 rifle in .308. From my dad I have a .22 rifle, a .410 bolt-action shotgun, a single barrel 12 guage break-action, a single barrel 18 guage break-action, and one other that I can't remember (they've been in storage for over 20 years).
I've never actually purchased a gun, but when I do it will most likely be a Ruger .357.
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I have none. I don't care if people legally obtain firearms, but I do think a portion of people go way overboard. I just have never felt the need to own one. Hell, I've never even fired a gun lol.
Glock 22, Glock 27, AR-15, Springfield 1911 Operator, Rock Island Armory 1911. I have the first three to protect my life and the lives around me. I have the other two for having fun at the range.
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