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Barnacles, at least that is what the wife calls them, skin tags, moles, little nodular growths of all shapes and places...



Yep, got an appointment to have some froze off!

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Vintage air guns, vintage knives, vintage ammo {full boxes}.

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All manner of wore out stuff.


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All manner of wore out stuff.

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Besides our chosen sport, I collect ancient artifacts (arrowheads, fossils), Civil War items, autographed memorabilia. Meglalodon teeth. Vintage knives.

Got books signed by Jack O’Connor, Elmer, Muledeer, Boddington, Aagard, et al.

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Originally Posted by strikeu
I collect a few things, too many to put all my attention to one type item.

anyone collect Zippo Items?

I have a few hundred Zippos. My biggest collection item (both in money and size) is vintage stereo gear. Receivers / amps / speakers.

what does the rest of the fire collect? (besides ex wives or girlfriends)





$100 bills........

I have three now.........


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Partial to pre war DA Colt revolvers. Just got a few.


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Reloadable brass and any lead products


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Originally Posted by hillestadj
"New York State SNAP and HEAP benefits along with 14.5" inch rims"

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Granny panties. Those were the days.


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I have a decent collection of each of the following:

- Marlin lever action rifles
- Modern bolt action rifles chambered in 6.5x55
- Rifles chambered in .22LR
- Field/Hunting Shotguns
- S&W revolvers
- Ruger revolvers
- Beretta semi-autos
- Hunting rifles in general
- H&R/NEF single shot shotguns & rifles
- Ammo if all sorts (for shooting purposes not just collecting)
- Reloading components
- Old wood ammo crates
- Tin ammo signs
- Antlers and Taxidermy
- Wildlife art
- Wool clothing
- Hunting apparel
- Quality USA made boots
- Freezers full of meat
- Tobacco smoking pipes
- Pipe tobacco
- Whiskey/Bourbon/Liquor
- Beer
- Knives (Kitchen, EDC, Hunting, Processing)
- Cast iron cookware
- Gas grills, charcoal bbqs, smokers
- Tractors
- Pick up trucks
- Boats and outboard motors
- Fishing rods, reels, tackle
- Fly fishing rods, reels, tackle
- Hand tools, power tools, yard tools
- Firewood (always cutting and splitting)
- Outdoor & firearm books and magazines
- Turkey/Game calls
- Archery equipment (Bows, Traditional, Arrows, Broadheads)
- Chainsaws
- Decks of playing cards
- Pretty much everything that could be considered cool or interesting by someone “like me”

I’m a total “collector” of all things.

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Originally Posted by MarkFed
I have a decent collection of each of the following:

- Marlin lever action rifles
- Modern bolt action rifles chambered in 6.5x55
- Rifles chambered in .22LR
- Field/Hunting Shotguns
- S&W revolvers
- Ruger revolvers
- Beretta semi-autos
- Hunting rifles in general
- H&R/NEF single shot shotguns & rifles
- Ammo if all sorts (for shooting purposes not just collecting)
- Reloading components
- Old wood ammo crates
- Tin ammo signs
- Antlers and Taxidermy
- Wildlife art
- Wool clothing
- Hunting apparel
- Quality USA made boots
- Freezers full of meat
- Tobacco smoking pipes
- Pipe tobacco
- Whiskey/Bourbon/Liquor
- Beer
- Knives (Kitchen, EDC, Hunting, Processing)
- Cast iron cookware
- Gas grills, charcoal bbqs, smokers
- Tractors
- Pick up trucks
- Boats and outboard motors
- Fishing rods, reels, tackle
- Fly fishing rods, reels, tackle
- Hand tools, power tools, yard tools
- Firewood (always cutting and splitting)
- Outdoor & firearm books and magazines
- Turkey/Game calls
- Archery equipment (Bows, Traditional, Arrows, Broadheads)
- Chainsaws
- Decks of playing cards
- Pretty much everything that could be considered cool or interesting by someone “like me”

I’m a total “collector” of all things.




show off..........


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Originally Posted by MarkFed
I have a decent collection of each of the following:

- Marlin lever action rifles
- Modern bolt action rifles chambered in 6.5x55
- Rifles chambered in .22LR
- Field/Hunting Shotguns
- S&W revolvers
- Ruger revolvers
- Beretta semi-autos
- Hunting rifles in general
- H&R/NEF single shot shotguns & rifles
- Ammo if all sorts (for shooting purposes not just collecting)
- Reloading components
- Old wood ammo crates
- Tin ammo signs
- Antlers and Taxidermy
- Wildlife art
- Wool clothing
- Hunting apparel
- Quality USA made boots
- Freezers full of meat
- Tobacco smoking pipes
- Pipe tobacco
- Whiskey/Bourbon/Liquor
- Beer
- Knives (Kitchen, EDC, Hunting, Processing)
- Cast iron cookware
- Gas grills, charcoal bbqs, smokers
- Tractors
- Pick up trucks
- Boats and outboard motors
- Fishing rods, reels, tackle
- Fly fishing rods, reels, tackle
- Hand tools, power tools, yard tools
- Firewood (always cutting and splitting)
- Outdoor & firearm books and magazines
- Turkey/Game calls
- Archery equipment (Bows, Traditional, Arrows, Broadheads)
- Chainsaws
- Decks of playing cards
- Pretty much everything that could be considered cool or interesting by someone “like me”

I’m a total “collector” of all things.




show off..........


Thanks, LOL!

Let me add backyard chickens and mixed breed rescue dogs to the list.


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Wood and cork working decoys. Obscure cartridges and large, LARGE gauge shells. Have been fortunate to find many first edition hunting books, books about hunting Ovis and Capra. I have a shop full of old tools. Very few firearms as I need only what I use to hunt. We have found and display many nice pieces of hunting art. BTW, I know little of art. I collect what is pleasing to me and my lovely wife. We have 31 taxidermy mounts from our extensive trips.
Having said this I am concerned what will become of these collections upon our demise. Our young grandson, only grandchild, may or may not appreciate our collections. Oh well. I/we have enjoyed them and will continue to do so until we are called. MTG


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