PCC Not PC

Lotto Fever (with Colonel Smoothbore)
By angelamontana


Sometimes, even old guys like myself dream of how we might spend our lottery winnings. Of course it would helpful if I won. Oh well, I thought it might be fun to look at some of my “dream” guns. Here’s ten to start with. It might be difficult not to drool.

  1. A John Rigby® bolt rifle chambered in .416 Rigby. Off to the Dark Continent with thoughts of Robert Ruark and Harry Selby speeding up the flight.

rigbyrigby22.  A Boss & Co. side by side in 16 gauge; I hope I live through the waiting period.

boss3. STI® DVC race gun; lots of speed, I hope my new knee can keep up.

sti race4. A Caesar Guerini® Invictus Trap Combo. There are many equally great and much more expensive trap combos around, but the engineering in this gun has really captured my imagination.

invictus5. A Kimber® Classic Select chambered in .280 Ackley Improved. Six pounds, two ounces of blued steel and gorgeous walnut with nearly the punch of a 7MM mag. Sheep beware!

 

6. A brace of Browning® Maxis autoloaders. A Maxis Ultimate for the sporting clays course and a 3 ½ inch 12 gauge in Realtree® Max 5 for the goose blind.

maxismax7. A Smith & Wesson® Model 629 Stealth Hunter. 7 ½ inches of nasty black handgun.

sw6298. A Winchester® Model 70 Super Grade chambered in .338 Winchester Magnum. My classic moose medicine.

supergrade9. A James Purdey & Sons 28 gauge side by side. This Purdey might be too pretty to shoot, but the quail won’t know the difference.

purdey10. A Browning® Superposed OU, preferably Dianna Grade. I’ve lusted for this gun since my youth.

GRAV B25

That’s just a start, but first I have to check my lucky numbers. I hope you enjoyed the eye candy and let us know what some of your favorites are.

Be safe and good shooting.

Colonel Smoothbore

www.guncoach.net






test