Raging Bee

A large revolver from Taurus using their Raging Bull frame. The Bee was available only in a 10” barrel and produced for a very short period of time. The caliber itself, .218 Bee is relatively obscure nowadays, making it difficult to find. The Raging Bee was among a set of 4 revolvers from Taurus to use the Raging Bull frame and employ a 10” barrel. A fifth model, the Raging 223 never entered production although a prototype was displayed years ago. (GRH)

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Winchester 1895

A very rare and sought after Winchester 1895 chambered in 7.62x54R. These were made and sold to the Russians who were in need of more firearms at the time. Not too many examples back here in the U.S are in original condition; many were modified and cut down to be used as hunting rifles. This particular example has the rare and correct bayonet, albeit minus the sheath. (GRH)

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Spectators

A group of girls watch how a PM paramilitary police BOPE special unit sniper secures the area as Brazilian soldiers conduct a search for weapons in the Favela da Mare slum complex in the northern suburbs of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (AFP Photo/Christophe Simon)

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Benelli M3 Super 90

A semi-automatic and pump-action 12 gauge shotgun, it was replaced by the now common and beloved Benelli M4. This particular M3 has the rare top-folding stock. Generally these M3’s will also be marked H&K since they were importing Benelli’s into the U.S for a short period of time. They weren’t made by H&K but sometimes are viewed as H&K collectables and command a higher price. (GRH)

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SAS-12

Made by Franchi, the Italian shotgun maker responsible for the infamous SPAS-12, the SAS-12 is the pump-action only version. It was followed by the LAW-12 which was semi-auto only and lastly by combining both modes of operation together, the SPAS-12 was born. These do not show up very often; exact number imported into the U.S may actually be less than that of the SPAS-12. (GRH)

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Ballista Tactical Nautilus Rotating Rail

An interesting handguard option for the AR-15 platform. Some have called it the “Rubix Cube” rail because you basically twist and turn the rail sections and you can move an accessory in place or out of place for different roles. Supposedly it maintains zero even after rotating an optic around. It has been met with harsh criticism by many in the AR community because of its “mall-ninja” appearance and the more viable reason that it can create a front heavy rifle if too many accessories are added. (GRH)

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ARMS S.I.R

An SBR (Short Barreled Rifle) with the ARMS S.I.R rail system. Back when they were released a decade ago the S.I.R was considered a top of the line handguard. By today’s standards it is seen as being too heavy, bulky and offering little rail space. You’ll notice it’s a stepped rail instead of  being continuous. It does offer a distinct appearance but there are better options out there nowadays. (GRH)

Having owned a Barrett M468 upper, it came standard with an ARMS S.I.R, albeit an extended one. Aesthetically pleasing as it was, it wasn’t pleasant to hold due to its bulk.

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DRD Tactical G762

For those unfamiliar with DRD Tactical, they are the ones who responsible for the Paratus. The G762 follows along those lines, being a 7.62x51mm take-down rifle. It’s distinguishing feature however is that it uses the cheap and available H&K G3 magazine. MSRP on the G762 is around $3,250.00, which is roughly a littler over half the cost of the Paratus. (GRH)

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PSL-54

The Romanian built sniper rifle in 7.62x54R. It still remains in service with the Romanian military but is also heavily used in Middle Eastern nations. Often called the “Poor man’s Dragunov” due to some similarities to the more famous Russian rifle, the PSL is still a decent firearm worth owning.  (GRH)

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Custom

Another price breakdown of a long range rifle based on the owner’s parts list. Not a 100% accurate total since each individual component could be found for cheaper.

  • FN SPR A2 ($1,500.00)
  • Leupold ILL MK4 6.5-20x50 w/TMR ($1,700.00)
  • Badger Ordnance 30mm Rings ($177.00)
  • Duracoat Finish (Applied by owner, cost negligible)
  • Tactical Bolt Knob, Pillar Bedding, 2.5# Trigger Adjustment* (???)

*Work was done by a forum gunsmith so exact prices on what it cost to do the last 3 modifications is unknown.

Estimated Total Cost = $3,377.00

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