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Old 10-24-2012, 12:30 AM   #2761
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Heh... i should borrow some accessories from buddies... zip tie them all together and snap a few more pictures
ziptie all three ARs together.
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Old 10-24-2012, 01:12 AM   #2763
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ziptie all three ARs together.
Dats what i'm sayin!
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Old 10-24-2012, 01:30 AM   #2764
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Good for righties and lefties.

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Old 10-24-2012, 06:49 AM   #2765
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That prop is a gun designed by someone who knows nothing about real weapons.
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Old 10-24-2012, 09:56 AM   #2766
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Old 10-24-2012, 11:56 AM   #2768
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What's the red button for?
Don't worry about it... special feature.
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Old 10-24-2012, 02:35 PM   #2769
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Interesting that they put the charging handle on the left and the ejection port on the right, and that the travel on that thing is so long, seeing as its such a short cartridge. I also didn't realize they had the Sturmgewehr44 program running in '42. Hitler was so short sighted, but his experience came out of the trenches in WW1, so I guess its hard to blame him. Its almost a good thing he never listened to his generals.
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My grandfather's best friend had one of those that he brought back, I never knew what it was before he past away. Dude had tons of german "treasures" he mailed back home. I wish I was in his will.
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You must be a killer, a dyed-in-the-wool killer. Cold-blooded, clean, methodical and thorough.
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Old 10-24-2012, 04:46 PM   #2772
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Interesting that they put the charging handle on the left and the ejection port on the right, and that the travel on that thing is so long, seeing as its such a short cartridge. I also didn't realize they had the Sturmgewehr44 program running in '42. Hitler was so short sighted, but his experience came out of the trenches in WW1, so I guess its hard to blame him. Its almost a good thing he never listened to his generals.
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My grandfather's best friend had one of those that he brought back, I never knew what it was before he past away. Dude had tons of german "treasures" he mailed back home. I wish I was in his will.
The world would be a much different place had Hitler actually listened to advisers. Thank god for a Heisenberg sized ego, if you know what I mean.

I so lust for a StG44.. GSG Makes a .22lr StG-44 replica but it's like $600!!!!
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Old 10-24-2012, 04:56 PM   #2773
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The world would be a much different place had Hitler actually listened to advisers. Thank god for a Heisenberg sized ego, if you know what I mean.

I so lust for a StG44.. GSG Makes a .22lr StG-44 replica but it's like $600!!!!
I like GSG though, so it might be worth it!


I love large calibers, but realistically .22 is more practical for budget, its also very underestimated as a deadly round.
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Old 10-24-2012, 05:41 PM   #2774
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I really enjoy shooting my Sig rebranded GSG 1911/22. Has done a few hundred rounds reliably for me so far.
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I really enjoy shooting my Sig rebranded GSG 1911/22. Has done a few hundred rounds reliably for me so far.
did you just buy the slide kit? Or was it just a whole GSG branded handgun?
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did you just buy the slide kit? Or was it just a whole GSG branded handgun?
They sell an entire 1911 (in .22). Weight is close to my STI Spartan, trigger isn't bad, frame fully slides, is reasonably accurate. It looks like a 1911 in all components, even breaking it down is close. There is an extra bolt/push pin to remove, but thats because its a fixed barrel.

The cheap used price I paid was WELL worth it.
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They sell an entire 1911 (in .22). Weight is close to my STI Spartan, trigger isn't bad, frame fully slides, is reasonably accurate. It looks like a 1911 in all components, even breaking it down is close. There is an extra bolt/push pin to remove, but thats because its a fixed barrel.

The cheap used price I paid was WELL worth it.


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Old 10-25-2012, 07:47 AM   #2778
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Yup, but mine has SIG grips and is SIG re-branded on the slide.
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Yikes, that rail looks terrible. I don't mind railed 1911's but it to be integrated neatly to look good.

Otherwise, looks good. I loved my 1911 Marvel Unit 2 .22...just fun to shoot .22 out of that platform.
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Yikes, that rail looks terrible. I don't mind railed 1911's but it to be integrated neatly to look good.

Otherwise, looks good. I loved my 1911 Marvel Unit 2 .22...just fun to shoot .22 out of that platform.
This thing is cheaper than a .22 top end for a 1911 and functions identically. Mine is used and scratched... who cares about looks, I want it to shoot.

Oh and mine does not have the rail, that was a more recent model for the tacticool kids. Mine just looks like a plain ole 1911.
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