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Old 07-26-2011, 06:45 PM   #101
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Not hard to own a full auto M16... Just costs money. Lots and lots of money.

Elesjaun, that link is win fo sho... Couple that with an Osprey suppressor and you will be full of WIN!
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That's a good point, but do you think handing her an AR is the best solution? I have no idea how hard it is to get a full auto AR, but I'm assuming it's difficult, so wouldn't it be better to get something like this:

Skip to 0:40 think simi auto instead of full auto
I'm going to pretend like you didn't just post that ****.
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Old 07-26-2011, 07:35 PM   #103
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My next toy... Sig Sauer P226 Tactical Ops


Also, can't forget his little friend... Osprey 9 mm Suppressor
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Old 07-26-2011, 07:46 PM   #104
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Can't wait to do this again with my AR10 now that it's suppressed... load up some subs, cycle by hand, pop 'em one by one!

I should have had 13 pigs with a loaded 10rd mag - you know, line them up and kill with one bullet... but sure was fun unloading into a bunch of running piggies!! All of them 125-140yds out, 150corelokt spitzers, Burris 1.5-6x 7.62 tactical scope

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Old 07-26-2011, 07:46 PM   #105
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I'm trying to decide what I want for a graduation present; a new DJ Rolex or XIDAS and this:



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Old 07-26-2011, 11:09 PM   #106
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I'm trying to decide what I want for a graduation present; a new DJ Rolex or XIDAS and this:

Its your decision, but I wouldn't buy that. Has to be the second ugliest gun I've ever seen.
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Old 07-27-2011, 01:57 AM   #107
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Its your decision, but I wouldn't buy that. Has to be the second ugliest gun I've ever seen.
Have you ever shot a Mastershop pistol?
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Old 07-27-2011, 04:36 PM   #108
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All of you guys hog hunting make me hungry for some bacon... I might have to get on the bandwagon and take a few out.
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Old 07-27-2011, 06:13 PM   #109
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Negative.

I have shot a Hi-Point .45 and it fired just like every 1911 or Glock I've ever shot, but based on looks alone I'd never own one... Honestly think they tried to make it ugly as possible.
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Negative.

I have shot a Hi-Point .45 and it fired just like every 1911 or Glock I've ever shot, but based on looks alone I'd never own one... Honestly think they tried to make it ugly as possible.
I bought a 9mm Hi-Point for $100 and wound up giving it to a friend as a gift. He's broken a ton of **** on it and Hi-Point honors its warranty consistently.
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I bought a 9mm Hi-Point for $100 and wound up giving it to a friend as a gift. He's broken a ton of **** on it and Hi-Point honors its warranty consistently.
Will say that's one good thing about them, and I don't think they care who the original purchaser is or what you did to it.


I'm impressed with S&W customer service for sure. Only warranty work I've needed on a gun, had to send my PK380 back to them to repair the safety mechanism on it. Not only did they pay for overnight shipping both ways, sent it to them on a monday and had it back friday with a brand new additional magazine.
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Lifetime (and easy to use it) is one thing I like about my Keltec pistols. I've had to use it a few times (always buy these things used) and it really helps. Now if I could just get a replacement extractor for my JC Higgins Model 31 I would be a happy dude...


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Lifetime (and easy to use it) is one thing I like about my Keltec pistols. I've had to use it a few times (always buy these things used) and it really helps. Now if I could just get a replacement extractor for my JC Higgins Model 31 I would be a happy dude...


oooo... Now thats cool!

I really do love all guns, and I think the older the better. New stuff rocks my sack too, but I get a real kick out of ball and cap revolvers and rifles. If I could get my hands on a real 1851 Revolver I'd be the happiest guy in the world. Totally intend on buying a replica!

Pusha taking out those hogs with a lever gun makes my blood flow! So badly do I want a deer with my Mosin this year, a 50 caliber black powder rifle would be even better!!! I'm one fucked up kid- Love antiques the same as the bleeding edge of society..
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oooo... Now thats cool!

I really do love all guns, and I think the older the better. New stuff rocks my sack too, but I get a real kick out of ball and cap revolvers and rifles. If I could get my hands on a real 1851 Revolver I'd be the happiest guy in the world. Totally intend on buying a replica!
I've got a replica and it's pretty goddamn fun to shoot. I really like the archaic site design (the rear site is actually on the hammer itself so it's only usable when cocked).


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Pusha taking out those hogs with a lever gun makes my blood flow! So badly do I want a deer with my Mosin this year, a 50 caliber black powder rifle would be even better!!!
My homeboy shot one with a Mosin while we were out there but it runned inna woods.
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I've got a replica and it's pretty goddamn fun to shoot. I really like the archaic site design (the rear site is actually on the hammer itself so it's only usable when cocked).
What brand is your replica? Honestly I haven't looked into them much beyond the "Traditions" el-cheapo branded kit you have to finish yourself. Kinda sounds like fun but I'm not sure if quality would be worth the cost.
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What brand is your replica? Honestly I haven't looked into them much beyond the "Traditions" el-cheapo branded kit you have to finish yourself. Kinda sounds like fun but I'm not sure if quality would be worth the cost.
It's the kind your grandfather gives you in a brown paper bag. I'm not sure if it's a replica or a restored original but he won it off a Brit in a poker game during dubya dubya too. I've always assumed it was a replica because I wouldn't imagine how some SOE operative would get his grimy limey claws on one in the UK.
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oooo... Now thats cool!
I've tried four times to get an extractor for it (four places have sent me the wrong one). I could have easily purchased another 31 for what I spent for the four very small paperweights. It was my father's first gun and he gave it to me when I was a kid. The cool thing about those was the strap was contained in the stock (think spring loaded seatbelt). Neat rifle.
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any one here have any experience with any "I.O. Inc" ak's?

the reviews ive seen are mixed but all the more detailed reviews say they are amazing for the price. and all shoot 2" groupings at 100 yards right out of the box with crappy ammo
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any one here have any experience with any "I.O. Inc" ak's?

the reviews ive seen are mixed but all the more detailed reviews say they are amazing for the price. and all shoot 2" groupings at 100 yards right out of the box with crappy ammo
I've found them to be hit and miss in my experience... I wouldn't own one myself. I have a CAI Romanian WASR-10 and love it. However, I don't target shoot with it for accuracy. If I were to do that, I would likely build my own from a parts kit.
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I've found them to be hit and miss in my experience... I wouldn't own one myself. I have a CAI Romanian WASR-10 and love it. However, I don't target shoot with it for accuracy.
No mag wobble? No front site cant? What's the point of having a rifle like that if you aren't going to shoot it for accuracy? I mean, I enjoy shooting dirt as much as the next guy but come on.

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If I were to do that, I would likely build my own from a parts kit.
It's amazing how simple it is to do. I started to do that awhile back but I couldn't decide whether or not I wanted to stamp my own receiver.
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