Whats your oldest gun ?

Discussion in 'General Firearm Forum' started by TampaBaySean, May 3, 2012.

  1. TampaBaySean

    TampaBaySean New Member

    Just curious what your oldest gun is. I got bit by the mosin Nagant bug about a year ago . I got one from 1934 . Came with all the accessories for $100.

    I bought 440 rounds of ammo for it for $90 lol and Ive never shot it ...

    I just applied for my FFL C&R so I will be collecting a few from pre 1899 ! can't wait !
  2. SteveC

    SteveC New Member

    Mosin-Nagant 91/30 Tula 1937

  3. Mine is all so a Mosin Nagant. A 1932 russian sniper 91/30 Mosin Nagant. Awesome firearm!
  4. Grabber GT

    Grabber GT New Member

    I have a 1975/76 Ruger Mk1 target pistol with the 9 round mag and the 6 7/8" barrel. So much fun to shoot! I'd like to get a new one and put this one away. The Mk III standard 6" looks almost like it.
  5. walla545

    walla545 New Member

    1877 Smith&wesson scholfield that I inherited from my grandpa when he passed.
  6. SeventiesWreckers

    SeventiesWreckers Load Bearing Wall

    Winchester Model 12, 12 GA. Purchased in 1919 by my Grandfathers older brother when he came home from WWI.
  7. AverageCitizen

    AverageCitizen New Member

    Don't get me lying on version it is but my grandfathers service 1911 manufactured in 1942.
  8. bhale187

    bhale187 New Member Supporter

    I have a 1909 Volunteer Arms (trade name of an old KY store-its really an Iver Johnson) single shot 12ga. It was my grandfathers hunting shotgun, and kept food on the table for my grandpa, grandma, and dad during the very tough years they lived through.
  9. Donn

    Donn Active Member

    Springfield model 1898 bolt action rifle in 30-40 Krag.
  10. TampaBaySean

    TampaBaySean New Member

    I just applied for my C&R FFL so soon direct shipments to my house .
  11. Ogre

    Ogre New Member

    FM 1900


    Made from 1900-1911 if I recall correctly. First production gun that used a slide. Used by various assassins and Theodore Roosevelt.
  12. Levelcross

    Levelcross New Member

    I have my Grand fathers S&W Top Break Double Action 4th in .32 made from 1883-1909. If I ever get it back from my brother I'll post a pic.
  13. I have an old Deutschwerke .25 auto pocket pistol that belonged to my grandfather. My dad tells me that grandpa bought it in the 30's when he used to travel for his job a lot. Bought it so he'd be safe on the road.
  14. 1898 Spanish Mauser chambered in 7mm Mauser (7x57mm)
  15. scrubber3

    scrubber3 New Member

    Hex receiver? Did it still have the scope? What factory? How's the bolt handle angle?

    I have a 1939 Tula made 91/30. This is probably the most accurate of all my weapons even with just the iron sights. 5 round shot group in a nickel at 60 meters. Simply amazing! I know, I know.... I'd be happy to give a demonstration though. :)

    Loud as hell and kicks like a mule. I love it!
  16. I also have a couple mosins. One hex receiver, one round. Put the round one in a sporty stock and put a scope on it. Fun as hell to shoot. Cheap too.
  17. Birddogyz

    Birddogyz Regular Guy

    1894 Colt US Army 38 revolver.
  18. Take a look: https://www.glockforum.com/forum/f25/mosin-nagant-91-30-a-1947/index3.html
  19. legion599

    legion599 New Member

    A Winchester Model 1894 manufactured in 1898. It's in beautiful condition, but the trouble is - it's chambered in .32-40. Not too easy to find ammo for this old girl.

  20. ckuenzer331

    ckuenzer331 Member

    Winchester 1897 12 gauge... Built in 1920's...