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    Firearms general thread


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    I have nothing, but I would like to own a KAR 98 or a Mosin 1890/30 at some point.
    Those are sone slick rifles.

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    I have a Springfield Armory XD .40 subcompact that I carry. I am looking at getting historic guns as well.

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    To my name I have a Ruger 10/22 and a Savage 22 hornet. No pictures, haven't even touched them in a while. But they're pretty. The former latter is a gift from my uncle, who got it from my grandfather, who got it when he was 10.

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    I own a kimber .45 compact
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    The closest things to a firearms I have are a Sega Menacer light gun (well, it is more like a cannon LOL) and some realistic handgun like looking famiclone light guns (not sure what exactly do they look like though, not an expert).

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    Cool to see some gunner furries here too.

    Currently I have a 16" AR-15, A1 sights and a Surefire clamped to the barrel. There's a recently-acquired Romanian SAR-3 next to her in the safe, with a Sears 300 auto 12ga just inside the door. On the top shelf are my two pistols, a Kareen Mk. III (Israeli browning hi power) and a surplus Israeli CZ-85.

    Gibby, I read that there's some x-party member running for office in England who wants to abolish the handgun ban there. Seems worth supporting unless he's a total scrub in most other areas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tachi View Post
    Cool to see some gunner furries here too.

    Currently I have a 16" AR-15, A1 sights and a Surefire clamped to the barrel.
    Did you build this yourself? I've been trying to decide between build or buy for a modern sporting rifle or perhaps a battle rifle. I think I'd prefer to build, simply because I love having projects to work on almost more than I love the results of them. Only, I would need help navigating both pricing and quality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brace View Post
    Did you build this yourself? I've been trying to decide between build or buy for a modern sporting rifle or perhaps a battle rifle. I think I'd prefer to build, simply because I love having projects to work on almost more than I love the results of them. Only, I would need help navigating both pricing and quality.
    Kind of. I built the lower from parts but the uppers have been bought complete. You obviously need the combination wrench, a torque wrench, and something to hold the upper receiver in a vice while you torque the barrel. Pistols make better projects than an AR-15 IMHO because there's more to do. Research building a 1911 from parts. If you want a project...
    “That rifle on the wall of the labourer's cottage or working class flat is the symbol of democracy. It is our job to see that it stays there.” -George Orwell

 

 

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