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Collectable Firearms and Guns, Collectable BB Guns, Military Collectable Firearms

Apart from historic significance, vintage items always have a charm and mystery about them. People with an interest in historic wars constantly hunt down antique firearms and guns. Ardent collectors of firearms, guns, BB guns, and military collectable firearms always look for opportunities to get their hands on some precious items. Collectable firearms or antique firearms can be categorized as firearms that were produced prior to beginning of 20th century. It must also be noted that the categorization of a firearm as antique varies from country to country.

Collectable Firearms

Collectable firearms may include cartridge firing or muzzle loading, where the latter is generally bought for display purposes only. Cartridge firing guns are usually of interest to shooters. Some of the collectable guns under the cartridge-firing category include the Beaumont, Peabody, Albini-Braendlin, Terssen, and Ward-Burton. Other categories of collectable firearms include vintage pistols, rifles, air guns, and shotguns. There are several places from where you can buy collectable firearms. Check out these links for more information on collectable firearms.

BB Guns

Collectable BB guns are also extremely popular with collectors. BB guns are air guns used to shoot projectiles in the form of birdshot pellets. The projectiles can be pointed or spherical, wherein these guns are generally used for hunting purposes. BB guns became popular with Red Ryder BB Gun manufactured by Daisy Outdoor Products. Daisy had started producing BB guns sometime in the 1920s when a large number of guns started coming in for repairs. The guns soon became extremely popular and are still sought by collectors.

Military Collectable Firearms

Military collectable firearms include firearms and guns used by different armies during different battles or wars. These are widely admired by war history buffs so they are considered a collector’s dream. There is a wide range of choice for firearms from Belgian, British, Spanish, Swedish, and U.S. militaries. Some famous military collectable firearms include Martini-Henry rifles and bayonets, Bira gun, muskets, and snider rifles from the British Empire. Other guns include the German machine guns and flare guns, French edged weapons and pistols, Russian artillery and LMG, and so on.

Collectable firearms and guns can be purchased online through credit cards as well as wire transfer. Some websites also accept personal checks, money orders and cashier checks. The purchased firearm is professionally packed and generally shipped within a week’s time. The orders can be placed through email, fax, telephone or postal mail. Though the process of purchase is quite simple, the firearms are shipped only when you fax your Federal Firearms License.


Which of the following is NOT one of the "Three Ws" that should be included in every hunting plan?

What firearm you are hunting with.
Who you are with.
When you are returning.
Where you are going.


   

What technique can be described as "slow, patient movement of the hunter into shooting position after game has been located"?

Stand Hunting
Stalking
Driving
Still Hunting


   

Which species is there federal hunting laws for?

Wood Duck
Ring-knecked pheasant
Snowshoe hare
White-tailed Deer


   

Which field carry provides the most firearm control?

Two-handed
Cradle
Trail
Sling


   

Which choice is NOT recommended when approaching downed wildlife?

Approach quietly from behind.
Poke animal gently with a stick.
Touch the eye gently, if there's no reaction, animal is usually dead.
Shoot it again before approaching to make sure it is dead.


   

What is the technique known as "driving"?

One hunter sitting in a blind waiting for game to come along.
One hunter moving slowly and patiently into shooting position after game has been located.
One or more pushers walk through an area trying to move game ahead of them into areas wehre blockers are waiting.
One hunter driving a vehicle and a second hunter in the back set shooting through the open window.


   

Scouting an area you want to hunt should include:

Walk around the area on opening day with your firearm or bow.
Walk around the area looking for animal movements and signs.
Look at maps and aerial photos of the area.
Answers B and C.


   

Which of the following is NOT a reason why you should develop a hunting plan for every hunt?

So friends and family know how to contact you in case of emergency.
So you can use your hunting plan to start a fire if you get lost.
So fellow hunters know where you are located.
So friends and family know where you can be found in case of a hunting accident.


   

Which of these items should be on every checklist included in your hunting plan?

Hunting license
Decoys
Arrows
Treestand


   

Which of these does NOT violate a hunting safety rule?

Carrying a loaded firearm in a vehicle.
Keeping your finger on the trigger while stalking game.
Two hunters shooting at the same game.
Identifying what lies beyond an identified target.