This—the Mosin-Nagant 1891/30, sniper. Because I love my carbine, but can’t see a target at 100 yards as anything other than a white blur. And my carbine is so pretty I’d hate to muck with it trying to fix it when it isn’t the gun that’s defective.
This—the CZ 527, a .223 bolt action. I had a chance to handle one, a few years back. The bolt was smooth, and the trigger broke crisp and clean, like a spring morning after an overnight rain. I wanted, bad, but it wasn’t in the budget until it’d already walked out the door.
This—a 1903 Colt pocket hammer. I’ve got its larger, younger brother, but I’d love one of these, too.
This—a CZ-82. Has to be the 82: I really like the Makarov round.
Yes, I already have one. I love my gun. I would like another just like it. Why? Because. It just makes me smile.
This. An M1918. Just because. No practical reason. Just want one. Pretty, isn't it?