Your longest gun you own?


My dad and I bought his first grandson/my first son, a 9422 when he was 3
He grew into it quite well.


My dad gave me an 870 12 guage when I was around 10, still use it as my main turkey gun. Thing throws a tight pattern, better then any other shotgun I own.


At first I was thinking you meant the gun with the longest barrel.
The one I’ve had the longest is a .44 special revolver.
I’ve had it since sometime in the early 1970s.
It’s been such a long time that I’ve used it, I’ll have to dig it out to remember the make.


My 20ga youth stock Mossberg shotgun. I bought it at a silent auction fundraiser to help a friend raise money so her horse could have a life saving surgery.
I love the youth stock, perfect for my narrow shoulders and smaller upper body.


.22LR Mossberg model 344.
31 years at this time.


I have a Winchester 68-22 single shot .22 LR that was passed from my grandfather, to my father, to me, and I’m honestly not sure how long it’s been in the family. However, the oldest (and longest) gun I have is an 1849 Norwegian Kammerladder.


This is the longest one that I’ve owned
It was given to me by the old man that got me interested in guns and smithing
He died a few weeks later
I rarely shoot her anymore because she’s a rare acutualy made in Belgium fn herstal
I will never get rid of this rifle my son will own it and hopefully his sun