Monday, August 19, 2013

Numerical Gun Pr0n Bleg...

So, looking through my Friday Gun Pr0n, I realized that this coming Friday's picture will be a numerically interesting one: 333.

Now, I like numerical consistency. I've got an extravaganza planned for #357, and on October 22nd have tried to post a picture or pictures of the Ruger 10/22. But I'm stumped as to what to offer for number 333. It would seem that there should be something special, but what? 3" barrel revolvers? S&W #3s? Drilling rifles? I'm kinda stumped here - and the last two ideas I have no access to (despite REALLY liking both S&W#3s and drillings).

What should #333 showcase?

That is all.

23 comments:

Brad_in_MA said...

Jay,

Post a picture of something where the recoil is so bad you consider it be to half-demonic.

Brad

Shane W said...

Not a whole lot of help, but a quick search turned up a .333 Jeffrey caliber

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/.333_Jeffery_Flanged

And also a Winchester Model 333 Air Rifle

http://www.pelletguns.co.za/airgun-brands/winchester/winchester-model-333-air-gun/

BGMiller said...

333....

Groups of 3 with commonalities perhaps?

For example:
Glock 17, 19, and 26 all can share a magazine...

Or a collection of PPKs in .32, .380, and .22...


:shrug:

BGM

Bubblehead Les. said...

How about a Grouping of Three 30-30s?

I'm assuming that Zeros don't count, of course.

But under those guidelines, you could use a 30-06 (3+(3x2)) Algebraically Speaking.

After all, School's starting, and it's time to learn some Maths! ; )

Dave H said...

How about eleven 3-gun pictures? I know I've seen a number of threads over the past few years asking people to name or show their three favorite guns (rifle, pistol, shotgun).

Miguel said...

Half Evil Guns?

KevinC said...

3 Gun Competition rigs.

John said...

Or a snubbie? Maybe it's not half-demonic, just half-size.

Hafnhaf said...

3 3" barrel 3" chamber Judges?

Brad_in_MA said...

Jay,

I'm gonna use Les' comment to hijack this thread.

Speaking of 30-30, I am helping a colleague sell his pre-1964 Winchester model 1894 in .30-30 WCF. The action of the rifle is in perfect condition and the bore is very clean with strong rifling. The walnut furniture has been refinished and is almost perfect. There is some surface wear from the rifle having been in a scabbard. My colleague purchased the rifle about 50 years ago when stationed in NM, and brought it back to MA in the mid 1960's. The rifle comes with a cleaning kit and zippered leather bag. Anyone interested can get my email address from Jay and we can talk turkey.
[/hijack]

Brad

JD said...

why an Enfield .303 of course!

Angus McThag said...

Go with a pic of a .30-30, .30-06 and .308.

The all american calibers that start in three.

Ed said...

The SIG P239 trio - 9mm Luger, .357 SIG and .40 S&W calibers.

Irishdoh said...

Something in .303, 308 and .38.

Steve said...

Well, as my Army basic training roster number was 333, you should showcase RIFLE 5.56MM M-16A1.

Anonymous said...

How about a photo (since the real thing is as scarce as hen't teeth or prohibitively expensive) of that box of .22 ammo in the 333 pack?

DJ said...

How about the Dardick Model 1100?

Anonymous said...

The 3 different generations of the Glock model 33? (Early not-checkered-in-the-fingergrooves Gen2.5 (rare), most common Gen3, and newest Gen4)

The frames would look like this:
http://img822.imageshack.us/img822/8555/glocksubcompactframes.jpg

C-90 said...

JUNE 30. .30-06 of course.

Nov 19. 1911 of course

Rifleman762 said...

How about 3 .30 cal rifles, 3 .30 cal pistols, and 3 3" shotguns?

Jay G said...

Thanks to Wally, I have my "333" post idea...

Tune in Friday to see what we came up with!

Brad_in_MA said...

Something from Wally? Now we know it WILL be EEEEE-VIL. Wally, if you read this, I mean it in the best possible way.

Brad

Samuel Suggs said...

GO with the drillings!!! ME like drillings!!! I have a contribution but its probobly to "blue" for this blog but I will link it anyway Very NOT SAFE FOR WORK by the way http://www.weaponeer.net/forum/uploads/gundoctor/images/2010-03-15_000027_girlsguns2.jpg