More of a sporting and hunting shotgun rather than tactical, the Vinci is touted by Benelli as their fastest shooting, softest recoil and most reliable shotgun of their lineup. Chambers 2 3/4” and 3” shells, the tube can come in different lengths to hold 5+1, 7+1 or aftermarket 9+1. I’m not sure if its because of the inertia system in the shotgun but having seen one at the range, this shotgun is surprisingly fast.
Maybe a bit excessive with the POSP scope but I like the look on this rifle. Has an aftermarket metal vented upper handguard. Now I kind of want to buy one…
Custom Remington 870
A rather tactical setup for a classic shotgun. It has the Sage R870 collapsible stock. Kind of weird, if not futuristic looking for a shotgun stock. Note the Knights Armament shotgun rail.
Rock Island Armory 1911
This one is actually chambered in 9mm. Note the thin, single stack magazine. Could probably do without the kind of tacky grip choice but to each their own. I have a Hogue wrap-around grip on my 1911, but kind of want to get a Crimson Trace.
Rock Island Armory 1911
These 1911’s have their parts made in the Philippines and are assembled and sold in the U.S by Armscor. The RIA 1911’s are budget friendly and make for a good platform to start a custom build on. Most of the bias and hate for the product is usually brand name elitism. You can choose to spend $600 on an RIA 1911 and slowly customize it or you can spend $2,000 or more on higher end brand name 1911’s. I remember seeing a Kimber 1911 for $7,500…fuck that shit.
Glenn | Guts
Miller Bros. Blades - M-2 Tactical Short Sword
More of a focus on the receiver, stripper clips and the stock. A professionally refinished SKS, though it’s hard to tell what nation of origin without seeing the rest of the rifle. Refinishing an SKS doesn’t necessarily hurt the value unless it’s something rare like an Albanian or Vietnam bring-back. Personally I think cleaning up the original stock is a much better alternative that what happens to most of them, being dropped into Tapco “tacti-cool” plastic stock sets.
Taurus Raging Judge
The biggest Judge in the Taurus lineup, it can fire .45 Long Colt, .410 Gauge Shotshell and .454 Casull. The ones pictured have the 6” barrel, this isn’t one gun but a pair with consecutive serial numbers. Generally a pair of firearms with consecutive serial numbers can be collectable to the right person. Note the grip on the Raging Judge. That red insert helps mitigate recoil in the shooter’s palm. All of the Raging series revolvers have that insert but colors differed based on model.