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Old 01-26-2012, 03:09 AM   #1461
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Anyone know any advanced firearms training in South Texas? Picked this up yesterday.
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Old 01-26-2012, 04:18 AM   #1462
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Pretty sure the Marines are using them now. I'd like to have one for sure.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oPFn6IOemr8
Yep. the few guys I've met that used them loved them. As a few of them put, it would run on sand for lube and still pump out rounds. I never had the chance to actually fire one though. I love shotties and there is a M4 for about a thousand up the road. I'd own it but I'm broke and bigger priorities. Just curious of others opinions or nightmares.
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Old 01-26-2012, 09:17 AM   #1463
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Details? Can I install it myself?
Slightly lighter trigger. Smoothrr and a real reset feel.
Self install = yes, just have to look at one of a few good videos online that have tips.

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Difference was very very obvious to me. My 4.25 is well broken in, but the trigger still needed love, the 5" with these parts made me
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Old 01-26-2012, 02:41 PM   #1464
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Back on topic, I've started to fill out a Form 1 for a new toy I've picked up..
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Old 01-26-2012, 04:13 PM   #1465
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.22lr Savage MKii FSVR... Accutrigger, "heavy" threaded barrel, and picatinny rail.
$225 total with shipping and FFL.

Finally went to pick this up today. As I've read, the stock is nothing I would attach the word "robust" to, but it'll do for now as a training tool and plinker. Have Simmons 22mag scope for it as well, but haven't decided what kind of rise I want for the rings... probably as flush as possible.


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Old 01-26-2012, 06:51 PM   #1466
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.22lr Savage MKii FSVR... Accutrigger, "heavy" threaded barrel, and picatinny rail.
$225 total with shipping and FFL.
I have a Savage in .17HMR that is built on that same action, trigger and heavy barrel. Wood stock and no thready things on the end. I had some problems with mine when I first got it, it was splitting brass like 10 ****'s and spitting junk out the "pressure relief vent" in the side of the action. Turns out I had 6 boxes of that recalled Remington .17. Its a super fun shooter, you should enjoy it. For a cheap *** factory trigger, I actually like the Accutrigger on the newer Savage rifles. Damn sight better than the 9lb lawyer Remington bolted to my 700.
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Old 01-28-2012, 09:17 PM   #1467
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I might wait a few months before building it.. The item I'm speaking of came from the factory select-fire only..
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Old 01-29-2012, 12:51 AM   #1468
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Old 01-29-2012, 12:57 AM   #1469
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Nope. It's something designed in the 1921, produced between 31 and 53, and only made about 80k of them..
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Those where the coolest in call of duty. iTroll
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Picked up a few KP-31's in parts.

So ------- cool...




I can't believe how freaking simple they are mechanically!!


LMAO!!!!!




btw... how the ---- did you guess that? Did I give too many details?
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lol, highlight the sentence you hate.
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I can't believe how freaking simple they are mechanically!!
http://www.indianapolisordnance.com/index.html


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btw... how the ---- did you guess that? Did I give too many details?
not really, I figured it wasn't a sten since you said "select-fire only"
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lol, highlight the sentence you hate.
what little you claim to know comes from the Internet and Call of Duty

---- you
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Oh.. My.. God..

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not really, I figured it wasn't a sten since you said "select-fire only"
They're really cool but it has 2 problems. The barrel is 12 or 14 inches long and they were only made in select-fire, so it'll have to be registered as an SBR if I can manage to remove the automatic selection somehow.. Read a writeup on it the other day so I know it's possible just haven't done the extensive research. Receiver for it will be a bitch to reproduce though.
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Oh.. My.. God..



They're really cool but it has 2 problems. The barrel is 12 or 14 inches long and they were only made in select-fire, so it'll have to be registered as an SBR if I can manage to remove the automatic selection somehow.. Read a writeup on it the other day so I know it's possible just haven't done the extensive research. Receiver for it will be a bitch to reproduce though.
http://www.indianapolisordnance.com/other.html#S31
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Now the real question is.... know anyone selling a Sturmgewehr parts kit for under $4k? :(
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Now the real question is.... know anyone selling a Sturmgewehr parts kit for under $4k? :(
have you ever fired one? it's about as pleasant as shooting a Thompson... not very.
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