06-07-2011, 05:36 PM
Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: Overland Park, Kansas
Total Cats: 43
Originally Posted by mgeoffriau
If I did a 14.5" it'd be with a pinned flash hider to bring it back to the legal minimum. If I get a stamp it's going to be for a suppressor, not an SBR.
Good plan! I'm thinking really hard about a suppressor for the A1 I've got.. The stamp isn't a big deal, its the $500 my local III dealer wants for the can that really sucks!
Originally Posted by jacob300zx
I don't have anything super cool, but I do like guns. I mainly go for cheap guns that are good shooters and spend the extra cash on ammo and range time.
So top to bottom
Mosin Nagant 91/30's
Remington 870 Express Super Magnum
Now we're talkin, this is what I wanted to see!
Like everything I see in that picture.
Can you give me a quick review of that 995ts? Any compelling reason you'd buy it again over say a Keltec Sub2000? I finger both at every show or shop I wonder into but I've never fired either. Seems from my fondling they're both very well built guns, but have to say use of Glock magazines in the 2000 is pulling me away from the Hi-point.
Ohh... okay. Don't burn me too bad:
1936 Mosin Nagant M91/30
Mojo Microclick front/rear Peeps
Shoots awesome groups with terrible ammo, a trigger pull gets everyones attention, and really fun to shoot. Picked up mine at a show shortly after firing my friends. Wanted a larger caliber plinker that would actually be useful in other situations (deer?) so I couldn't pass it up. The wooden stock had so much cosmoline slopped all over it even after repeated cleanings I opted for the terrible reviewed ATI "drop in" stock which was far from drop in. Quality of the ATI stocks seem to be improved but still need a lot of reworking to get real fitment. 95% of the reworking was to allow magazine feeding to work...