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    A while back I was asking around trying to decide betwen an AK-47 or AR-15. Just couldn't decide, so we got both :celebrate

    And not a minute too soon given certain recent events. Picked up the AR this weekend, havn't had a chance to go shoot it yet. Picked up the AK a couple of weeks ago. Cleaned up & refinished the furniture myself, pretty happy with how it turned out. AK is a basic cheapo WASR, AR is a DPMS Sportical with a Barksa red dot. And the Hi-Point is our previous "assault weapon"










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    Superb! I'm jealous.

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    Don't have any recent or decent photos of it... But here we go :P



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    Bushmaster M4A3 w/ MATECH BUIS, EoTech 511, KAC rails and grip. The grip has scout paint on it because it was the vertical grip I had on my service rifle.

    I forgot to include my 10,000 round CLIP of head-seeking babykiller rounds. Oh, and the mount broke on my TACTICAL COMBINATION SATANIC SACRIFICE GOBLET AND TAC LIGHT so no blood drinking and targeting innocent pedestrians for the moment... and also no handguards, I sent those off to SaMael Inc. to have those inscribed with pentagrams to make the EVIL magic hexes work better.
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    Well here are mine again:

    On top is the Mossberg 590A1 with the Knoxx recoil reducing stock.
    Next is my AR. Mid length gas system, CMMG upper, 1/7 barrel, and ACOG TA31F in a LaRue RCO mount.
    Last rifle is the Keltec RFB .308 with an ACOG TA55A
    The Glock G20SF with the Streamlight TLR3


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    Great looking rifles, all! I'm planning an AR-15 build right now. I'll be ordering parts in January and hopefully putting it together by mid Feb. I am so incredibly excited. :celebrate

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    I love EBR Porn!!:celebrate

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    All right. Time to chime in I guess, since all the girlie calibers are getting hard to take.

    For those who were wondering, M-14 type rifles. 7.62x51 (308) caliber.






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    Oh well as long as we're including evil wooden rifles too here's mine:



    Betcha mine's eviller than yours... it's actually shot at people :what:


    (er, what are those anyway?)
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    This is part of the collection

    - In the picture is:

    • Mossberg 500 Pump
    • 1964 H&R M-14
    • L1A1 Highland issue
    • G-3 (American reciever)
    • Norinko Under folding AK-47
    • IMI Uzi Model B
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    • CZ70 .32 auto
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    I seriously need a better paying job.

    ...or the will to part with my super fast custom built gaming computer...
    Quote Originally Posted by SayWhat View Post

    Shooters before hooters.

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    here area couple from the collection.







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    G22Paddy wrote:
    I seriously need a better paying job.

    ...or the will to part with my super fast custom built gaming computer...
    Life is about priorities my friend :celebrate
















    and finding killer deals. Got my two latest for around $1200 online
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    Metalhead47 that looks like a Russian M-44! I have on to, mine isnt overly actuate but sure is fun to shoot. 7.62x54R = launching a brick off your shoulder
    "Fight like you train, train like you fight"

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    fire suppressor wrote:
    Metalhead47 that looks like a Russian M-44! I have on to, mine isnt overly actuate but sure is fun to shoot. 7.62x54R = launching a brick off your shoulder
    m91/30 made in 1943 . love this thing, its as old as my dad. cleaned up the forearm a bit since that pic was taken. i cant shoot well enough to really test its accuracy, but it sure does shoot. and where else can you own a peice of history for a hundred bucks??
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    Mainsail wrote:
    On top is the Mossberg 590A1 with the Knoxx recoil reducing stock.
    Next is my AR. Mid length gas system, CMMG upper, 1/7 barrel, and ACOG TA31F in a LaRue RCO mount.
    Last rifle is the Keltec RFB .308 with an ACOG TA55A
    The the Glock G20SF with the Streamlight TLR3
    I was looking at this today and something occurred to me:

    On top is the Mossberg 590A1... bought from Mary's
    Next is my AR... bought the lower from Mary's
    Last rifle is the Keltec RFB .308... bought from Mary's
    The Glock G20SF... bought from Mary's



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    Gotta love Marys.....I need an rfb ( I say that I need it and not that Iwant it......that way I dont beat around the bush for a few months)



    edited for RFB .....damn acronyms

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    Ya'll are gonna make me pull out the camera and the collection. *sigh* :P
    "War is an ugly thing, but not the ugliest of things. The decayed and degraded state of moral and patriotic feeling which thinks that nothing is worth war is much worse. The person who has nothing for which he is willing to fight, nothing which is more important than his own personal safety, is a miserable creature and has no chance of being free unless made and kept so by the exertions of better men than himself." -John Stuart Mill

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    killchain wrote:
    Ya'll are gonna make me pull out the camera and the collection. *sigh* :P
    haha, oh the pain.

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    Not all Eeeeeeevil Black Rifles are ARs or AKs. Some are SIGs.

    EOTech 512 with "Claymore" cover and Grip Pod vertical foregrip. Also, the stock is a folder.
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    Metalhead47 wrote:
    A while back I was asking around trying to decide betwen an AK-47 or AR-15. Just couldn't decide, so we got both :celebrate

    And not a minute too soon given certain recent events. Picked up the AR this weekend, havn't had a chance to go shoot it yet. Picked up the AK a couple of weeks ago. Cleaned up & refinished the furniture myself, pretty happy with how it turned out. AK is a basic cheapo WASR, AR is a DPMS Sportical with a Barksa red dot. And the Hi-Point is our previous "assault weapon"

    Those high points are about the goofiest lookingfreakazoid of a rifle, How do you like it? I was thinking of getting one just because it's about all I could afford. Wheres the mag, and how many shots is it, it is 9MM right? No accessories, right?
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    ...the evilist gun I have are my SKS's....I am drooling over these guns.
    I am not anti Cop I am just pro Citizen.

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    amzbrady wrote:
    Metalhead47 wrote:
    A while back I was asking around trying to decide betwen an AK-47 or AR-15. Just couldn't decide, so we got both :celebrate

    And not a minute too soon given certain recent events. Picked up the AR this weekend, havn't had a chance to go shoot it yet. Picked up the AK a couple of weeks ago. Cleaned up & refinished the furniture myself, pretty happy with how it turned out. AK is a basic cheapo WASR, AR is a DPMS Sportical with a Barksa red dot. And the Hi-Point is our previous "assault weapon"

    Those high points are about the goofiest lookingfreakazoid of a rifle, How do you like it? I was thinking of getting one just because it's about all I could afford. Wheres the mag, and how many shots is it, it is 9MM right? No accessories, right?
    The HiPoint carbine, I will agree without contestation, is an ugly freakin' gun. But it's a hoot to shoot. About the most tactically useless gun I own but great for plinking, probably as economical as a 22 if you reload. It'll be the designated "coon gun" when we have enough land to pop the lil buggers without scaring the neighbors. The mag goes in the grip just like a pistol, ten rounds, it actually uses pretty much the same blowback action as our other HPs. 9mm, available in a 40s&w but those are hard to find. And supposedly there's a .45 being released "soon" but they've been saying that for years. New ones are also available with a funky love-it-or-hate-it stock. No accessories on this one, but they're out there. It came with a weaver-type rail that replaces the rear peep sight so you can add a scope or whatever. And the new stock has extra rails for attaching all sorts of useless tacticool doodads that cost more than the gun its self. With the right bullet in a nice hot handload it could probably take down small game easily, maybe even deer at great need. Great little plinker for the money, my wife loves it.
    It is very wise to not take a watermelon lightly.

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    Thanks Metal, I'll keep saving. Didnt know only 10 rounds.
    If you voted for Obama to prove you are not a racist...
    what will you do now to prove you are not stupid?

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    Mine:




    A fellow forum member bought my black AK-47.
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