Skip to comments.The Five Guns Every American Has To Own
Posted on 11/08/2012 3:13:27 PM PST by Berlin_Freeper
Every American should have, must have and needs to have these five weapons. With the American right to own and protect themselves with firearms it is important to know which weapons you must have in your collection.
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I am unable to view that due to my slow connection so I have no idea what those guns are.
When I was growing up just about every farm had two guns. A .22 rifle and a 12 gauge shotgun. Some also had a handgun, usually a .38 special.
Daddy had an old Essex single barrel. It was a cheap gun but was surprisingly easy to hit with. He did have a high quality .22. It was a Remington 513 targemaster and it really did shoot with great accuracy.
Daddy brought 3 handguns home from WWII including a Luger but by the time I was old enough to remember them, he had sold them all.
A person can get by just fine with the .22 rifle and a shotgun.
Um, "honestly" means, "I'm telling the truth." I figure you might not be familiar with the word.
Glock 19 9mm
Ruger 10/22 with BX-25 magazines
Mossberg pump 12 gauge with two different barrel lengths
Not only do I agree with their picks, but by a strange coincidence these are all weapons I used to have - before that tragic boating accident, that is.....
(I had a Yugo made SKS instead of the M4.)
Mossberg 500 12 Gauge
Mosin Nagant Rifle.
Mosin cultist ping ;)
Don’t own any of them. Well, an old Ruger 10/22, but overall I disagree with their choices.
Many have found it difficult to argue with a 12 ga.
I was going to say 10/22 Ruger but the video beat me to it.
Yes, but you can do better than a Mossberg 500.
Ruger 10/22 with bull pup barrel
Benelli M4 Super 90
AR-15 WITH AIM POINT MICRO-T
REMMINGTON 700 IN 300 WIN-MAG WITH LEOPOLD GLASS
The other stuff is just for fun...like the Colt Commander and the SW-High Power, bird guns, hog guns, wheel guns and just fun plinkers. Ah, sigh... all lost in a boating accident now only a memory.
The US Marines are using the Mossberg 500.
No, no guns in my house. No way, really, I’m not kidding. I promise.
If I did happen to have some guns 5 would be a lot number. But, of course, I don’t. Really. I swear.
Thanks, not a bad choice but I would change a couple. I definitely would rather have Winchester Classic in 30-06 than the Mosin and I would take a Colt H-Bar and Remington 11-87.
Also a Sig P226 over the Glock but for all practical purposes his list is OK, well except for the Mosin.
Let’s make this more interesting....
Sig 220 in .38 Super
Mossberg 26T “Targo Trap” (The 1942 takedown model)
Winchester Model 12 in 16 gauge, or a cut-down Browning B2000
Stoner 63A1 MK23 Mod 0
Rigby double in .416
The 500 is a fine gun, but you can do better.
The Marines also used the M50 Reising on Guadacanal... ;)