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    Default Pump or slide actions - Let's see them

    I didn't see a thread devoted to the pump/slide action rifle.

    I suppose that any type of pump action gun could be shared here - rifles, shotguns, whatever...

    Hoping to see some cool old guns and maybe something unusual like the pump action AK47.

    It seems that with the popularity of modern semi autos, the pump action rifles have almost been forgotten.
    Let's see what you have!
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    Default Re: Pump or slide actions - Let's see them

    Savage 29-A rimfire pump - takedown model







    A few years back I got the bug for a 22 pump and this satisfied the itch in a big way.
    I love these old, worn 22 rifles.

    As a kid I remember almost everyone owning a "squirrel gun" of this type and I often look at the old classics on the rack and wonder what tales they could tell.

    Super fun to shoot.





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    Default Re: Pump or slide actions - Let's see them

    12 inch 870

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    Boinggggg!
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    Default Re: Pump or slide actions - Let's see them

    I recently bought a Taurus thunderbolt 45 colt, which is a colt lightning clone C45SSR.jpg

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    Default Re: Pump or slide actions - Let's see them

    Norinco Model EM321 22 Pump
    19 1/2 in. barrel, 10 shot tube magazine, hardwood stock and forearm, fixed sights, 6 lbs.
    22 LR/22 Short
    "Takedown" bolt allows the rifle to be separated into two pieces.
    Importation began 1989-90, resumed 1994-disc.







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    Default Re: Pump or slide actions - Let's see them

    The only pump I still have is a 12ga. Noble M40A. (lousy pic)

    My Dad and a buddy of his, each bought one of these mail order (I think from Western Auto) in the early 1950ís. Itís rather heavy and has an adjustable poly choke. Itís a low-end gun and not worth very much. I believe they were made c.1950-1955.

    When I was a kid I used this for small game after my Dad bought himself a Franchi 12 ga. semi.





    12 ga noble.jpg

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    BUMP for the PUMPS!
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    Default Re: Pump or slide actions - Let's see them

    I got rid of them when i got rid of my black and white tv and carbureted car. Semi auto or belt fed.

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    Default Re: Pump or slide actions - Let's see them

    I have two 870's (one police magnum) and that's it. All mine are semiautos.
    FJB

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