Every one has one gun that does not fit...


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Every one has one gun that does not fit...

There are fuzzy animal guns

There are flying fowl guns

There are varmint rigs

and Paper punchers

But...every one has one gun that they don't have a category for.

I figure that is the gun you need in the event of a zombie outbrake

IN SHORT...What is your zombie gun? It is the one gun you could not live without but have no real reason to have other than Zombie preparedness

Mine is...
 

What caliber revolver is the Glock 40?



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LMAO

No disrespect to the poster of the "Glock 40 with a 30 clip option" but most on this forum (and I think why Glock Fan made his comment) was that we affectionately call the device in which we keep additional cartridges "Magazines" as opposed to clips. I for one hate the word "clip" and blame hollywood for perpetuating it. Also, there are 5 Glocks chambered in .40- which one do you have?

Don't let our nit picking stop you from continuing use of this site, welcome to USA Carry! There is a great group of people here, and some sarcastic jerks like myself lol all in fun.
 
Mossberg 500 cruiser shotgun with the pistol grip & breachers barrel, if i run out of shells, staight into the brain the tip of the barrel will go. i hav nicknamed it the " ZOMBIE CORE SAMPLER "
 
LMAO

No disrespect to the poster of the "Glock 40 with a 30 clip option" but most on this forum (and I think why Glock Fan made his comment) was that we affectionately call the device in which we keep additional cartridges "Magazines" as opposed to clips. I for one hate the word "clip" and blame hollywood for perpetuating it. Also, there are 5 Glocks chambered in .40- which one do you have?

Don't let our nit picking stop you from continuing use of this site, welcome to USA Carry! There is a great group of people here, and some sarcastic jerks like myself lol all in fun.


Seriously, I got excited for a minute thinking that I missed an important announcement that Glock began making revolvers. I heard another guy talking about a "Glock 40"at the range today at the range, and he was showing another guy an air weight revolver. :eek:

If Glock begins making revolvers, I'll be one of the first in line to pick one up. :biggrin: I would love to see what a "Glock Safe Action" shotgun would look like. I'd love to see Glock produce a shotgun.



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If "zombie gun" means one that really has no real practical use, I guess it would be my Ruger Vaquero, in .45 long Colt. Its basically a replica of a Colt SAA.

Its only had one cylinder-full fired, and still in the original wrapper and box.

But its still one of my favorites. I also had a Colt Frontier with both .22LR and .22 WMRF cylinders. Again, not much good for anything, but I liked it. I wound up trading it in on my Rossi SS snub .357. And I still have almost 500 rds of .22 mag ammo. I figure I'll buy something else someday that fires .22 WMRF.
 
OK, Zombies are amassing outside and coming in thru the windows and doors...I've started with my "home defense action pack" - 12 gauge, .45 caliber XD, S & W .38 special wheelgun, 9 mm XD - but the freakin' zombies are still coming. Then I reach for the "zombie emergency kit" - Colt Lawman .357 revolver - it'd be like carrying a brick around, so I don't, but it would stop zombies, I guess, so I keep it...
 
I don't hunt. And although I do shoot at paper (or clays or soda cans or old fruit) with all of my guns, I don't have a gun dedicated to target shooting. So I guess all my guns are zombie guns. My favorite though, and probably most effective, is my converted Saiga 12 with 12 round mags full of 3" 00 buckshot.
 
My Ruger Mark III and Glenfield Model 60, both in .22LR. Quiet, lots of ammo on tap/reserve, accurate, and you gotta shoot them in the head anyway!!!
 
My 45-70 Trapdoor Springfield. It's special to me because my dad gave it to me. Because my dad gave it to me, it provided the incentive to get some really good safes to protect my stuff from fire and theft. With money I could always buy another Trapdoor Springfield, but it wouldn't be the one my dad gave me.
 
Zombies?

Spitwads and a plastic straw. The zombies should re-hydrate and fall apart.
 
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I don't shilouette shoot anymore so I guess my TC contender in .30 herrett is the only weapon I own that I don't have a specific use for. It is single shot, but packs the punch at a 100 yards that the 44mag does coming out the barrel. This isn't my zombie gun that would be the sks.
 
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Seriously, I got excited for a minute thinking that I missed an important announcement that Glock began making revolvers. I heard another guy talking about a "Glock 40"at the range today at the range, and he was showing another guy an air weight revolver. :eek:

If Glock begins making revolvers, I'll be one of the first in line to pick one up. :biggrin: I would love to see what a "Glock Safe Action" shotgun would look like. I'd love to see Glock produce a shotgun.



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LMFAO that's even funnier.
 
I've been reading this thread and I think I've actually got 2 guns that serve no useful purpose. Goofy revolvers with a strange action resulting in horrendous triggers that are slow to load and unload. Include the anemic ammo and you may think of these as a design meant to be nearly useless:
NagantP64a.jpg

2 Nagant revolvers pictured with a P64 9x18 pistol (the pistol is actually pretty cool - it would make a good pocket pistol)

And no, I would not use these against zombies unless they were the only choice available. Even with their shortcomings they would be better than broomsticks or rocks.
 
There is a pretty cool bit of history in those Nagant revolvers. I'd clean them up and display them.
That picture was taken when I first got those 3 home (Yes, that was another of my many 'multiple handgun purchases' where the FFL is punished for doing the transfer by having an extra form to fill out).
They all cleaned up and shoot well. I bought them at J&G in Prescott, so I hand-picked them, then they were sent to Henderson Defense in Vegas for pickup. Good words to both companies, anybody who may deal with them should do so with confidence.

My original plan was to put a silencer on one of the Nagants and keep the other stock. After shooting them I realized I didn't care to put the money into that plan, so I'll probably trade or sell one and keep the other. The Polish P64 is a cool little pistol but I've got no particular need of it and it's not unique or cool enough for me to want to keep it. While I'm not looking to get rid of it, I probably won't have it long.

As for display, I really don't put guns on display. If you do so, pictures are always cool to look at!
 
That picture was taken when I first got those 3 home (Yes, that was another of my many 'multiple handgun purchases' where the FFL is punished for doing the transfer by having an extra form to fill out).
They all cleaned up and shoot well. I bought them at J&G in Prescott, so I hand-picked them, then they were sent to Henderson Defense in Vegas for pickup. Good words to both companies, anybody who may deal with them should do so with confidence.

My original plan was to put a silencer on one of the Nagants and keep the other stock. After shooting them I realized I didn't care to put the money into that plan, so I'll probably trade or sell one and keep the other. The Polish P64 is a cool little pistol but I've got no particular need of it and it's not unique or cool enough for me to want to keep it. While I'm not looking to get rid of it, I probably won't have it long.

As for display, I really don't put guns on display. If you do so, pictures are always cool to look at!

Question. I thought silencers on revolvers were useless?
 

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