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    Taurus Model 85 Protector in .38 special +P
    Leatherman WAVE multi-tool
    Streamlight Strion compact flashlight
    Swiss Legend Commander Chronograph watch

    Unknown: Molle pistol case


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    Quote Originally Posted by 2ndchance View Post
    That's Chris' great grandfather's revolver. LOL.

    No, seriously. I'm a bit stumped with this one. It looks like a Colt New Service revolver. If this is then, Chris, you should go get it appraised. It may be worth a LOT of money, depending on caliber, condition, and vintage.
    Yep, its a 45 Colt New Service
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    Quote Originally Posted by offroadaz View Post
    Yep, its a 45 Colt New Service
    Looked around online a bit and according to proofhouse.com the gun was mfgr in 1916. Serial # is 99478 E
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    You should take it to Cabelas. They have a gun library near the gun section. They can look up all sorts of info for you.

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    Looked around online a bit and according to proofhouse.com the gun was mfgr in 1916. Serial # is 99478 E
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    Pretty standard AR
    Aimpoint T-1
    Daniel's Defense rail system
    Magpul biotch!
    Magpul MBUS Gen 1
    Magpul XTM Rail covers
    Magpul Pmag windowed with Ranger plate
    Magpul AFT Angled fore grip
    Magpul MIAD grip
    Magpul UBR stock
    Magpul MOE trigger guard

    Unknown: Aimpoint quick release riser
    Unknown: Flash hider (looks like a BCM or Doublestar)

    Although this is a cool gun, part of me thinks that it's actually an airsoft rifle.


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    This is a unique setup. All of this makes for a lightweight Piston Driven rifle, at the same price of a piston AR15. Not sure how the sustaining value would be, but it would be light (5.5lbs +/-)

    Rifle probably started out as a Kel-Tec SU16c (threaded barrel). A Kel-Tec SU16E upgrade was added to give it the ability to use a collapsable stock, instead of their underfolder. Then, they replaced the CAR stock that came with the SU16E kit and slapped on a Magpul MOE stock.

    Yankee Hill flash hider
    AR-Stoner extended scope base
    Leatherwood Hi-LUX 1-4x24 CMR rifle scope (my next scope)
    Troy Battlemag 30 round

    Unknown: flashlight
    Unknown: flashlight mount

    Good find!

    Oh, Sig 220 pistol under it


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    You are awesome Jimmster

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