(Don't forget my heritage is from Wyoming, the Wild Wild West, and the days of cowboys and cowgirls, so don't think I'm a nutcase, at least no more than you might already think!)

My very first:    Remington Model 582 .22 caliber bolt-action tubular fed rifle with Bushnell 4x scope

Ruger Model P85 9mm semi-automatic pistol with a few pre-ban high-capacity magazines (and a few low-capacity ones); my first semi with a decocking mechanism

Glock Model 17 9mm semi-automatic pistol with several of my pre-ban high-capacity magazines; now also with Glock adjustable rear sight

Ruger GP100 .357 Magnum Revolver, 6-shot, interchangeable front sights (shown with yellow); shown with a speed-loader

Colt Anaconda .44 Magnum Revolver, Stainless Steel, 6" barrel

Smith & Wesson Model 14 .38 SPL Revolver, Target Masterpiece, 6" barrell, S&W special wood grips, 6-shot, engraved by S&W 6-16-99

Taurus model 85CH .38 SPL Revolvers (matching pair), blue, 5-shot, 2" barrel, concealed hammer

Smith & Wesson Model 317LS .22LR LadySmith AirLite Revolver, 8-shot, with burgundy LadySmith leather case and trigger lock, 2" barrel, Rosewood grips

Para-Ordnance Model P14-45R .45 ACP semi-automatic pistol, 5" barrel, Parkerized finish, with several of my pre-ban high-capacity mags

Ruger Model M14-5 .223 caliber, Mini-14 rifle, pre-ban high cap mags, wood stock

Taurus Raging Bull .454 Casull Revolver, 5-shot, matte Stainless Steel finish, adjustable rear sight, 8-3/8" ported barrel

Colt Python Elite .357 Magnum Revolver, 6-shot, high-polished Stainless Steel finish, adjustable rear sight, 6" barrel, shown with Colt black rubber grips (also came with Colt wood grips)

Smith & Wesson Model 686-Plus .357 Magnum Revolver, 7-shot, Stainless Steel finish, adjustable rear sight, 6" barrel, machined for moonclips (shown with one empty and one full moonclip), plus different springs and a trigger and action job!

Smith & Wesson Model 625 .45 ACP (yes, ACP for a revolver!), 6-shot, Stainless Steel finish, adjustable rear sight, 5" barrel, factory ready for moonclips

Smith & Wesson Model 25 .45 Long Colt, 6-shot, blued finish, adjustable rear sight, red-ramp front sight, 4" barrel, S&W wood grips

Another Colt Python .357 Magnum Revolver, 6-shot, high-polish Stainless Steel (or nickel?) finish, adjustable rear sight, 6" barrel, traditional checkered Colt wood grips, likely never shot (though bought used on consignment)

Another Smith & Wesson Model 25-2, but this one in .45 ACP (rather than .45 Long Colt), 6-shot, blued finish, adjustable rear sight, 6" barrel, also factory ready for moonclips, traditional S&W wood grips

The ever-growing family of Smith & Wesson Model (6)25 Revolvers, two in .45 ACP, one in .45 Long Colt, all 6-shot, 4" and 5" and 6" barrels, all factory ready for moonclips. I'm legit for ICORE! (International Confederation of Revolver Enthusiasts)

Remington Model 870 Express Magnum, 20-gauge pump action shotgun, with 21" high-polish Remington barrel with rifle sights, as well as a second matte-finish 28" vent rib barrel, modified Remington Choke, capacity 5, with Uncle Mike's neoprene shotshell holder (shown with practice snap caps) on stock.

Glock Model 26 9mm compact semi-automatic pistol with four Glock 10-round magazines (one in gun)

Springfield 1911 with extensive Wilson Combat custom work, including Nite-Eyes sights, Rogard Polymer finish, modified flat mainspring housing, #9 series Commanader-style hammer, lowered and flared ejection port, #190 Ultralight Trigger adjusted to 3.5-4 lbs, countoured magazine well, heavy duty recoil spring, Wilson's High Ride Beavertail Grip Safety, etc. This was the cover gun for Guns Magazine in November, 1995. Click here for cover photo and pertinent magazine pages from the article about it.

Glock Model 19 9mm semi-automatic pistol

Some ammo; well, there was another big sale....

Comparison of size between the monstrous Raging Bull and the "dainty" LadySmith

And another comparison between the big, bad Bull and the .357 magnum

It even almost dwarfs the magnificent and ultra-powerful .44 magnum!!

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