I finally found some time this weekend to do this. Here goes...
My Ithaca M37 and machetes - because the shotgun
didn't want to be photographed alone.
Old school cool. More practical than tactical.
A Savage 99 (.300 Savage) made in 1928,
and a Rossi 92 in .44 Magnum - because there
will be more to surviving the apocalypse than
The handgun contingent. Clockwise from
top left: Norinco 1911A1 .45; S & W 3rd Model
Hand Ejector in .44 Special made in 1926;
S & W Model 65 .357; and Webley Mk VI .455,
made in 1918.
Edited. The SIG 220R has it's own Range Report with photos, and my AR-15 has an updated photo on the next page of this thread.