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    Since WI doesn't allow CC, would this be the best gun to have while OCing? You could OC this all day and nobody would notice

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    That's bad ass - would be great for the vehicle as no one would ever guess it was a loaded gun.

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    With all the stupid firearm restrictions in the statutes the state would probably find something to charge a person with. Under the following statute a person could be fined for pointing a water gun at another person. It wouldn't apply to the weapon displayed on the video because it does not apply to an actual firearm. I post it only as an example of a stupid law and suspicion that the State would find some charge to prosecute.



    941.2965
    941.2965Restrictions on use of facsimile firearms.




    (1) In this section, "facsimile firearm" means any replica, toy, starter pistol or other object that bears a reasonable resemblance to or that reasonably can be perceived to be an actual firearm. "Facsimile firearm" does not include any actual firearm.



    (2) No person may carry or display a facsimile firearm in a manner that could reasonably be expected to alarm, intimidate, threaten or terrify another person. Whoever violates this section is subject to a Class C forfeiture.



    (3)Subsection (2)
    does not apply to any of the following:

    (a) Any peace officer acting in the discharge of his or her official duties. Notwithstanding s. 939.22 (22)
    , this paragraph does not apply to a commission warden.

    (b) Any person engaged in military activities, sponsored by the state or federal government, acting in the discharge of his or her official duties.



    (c) Any person who is on his or her own real property, in his or her own home or at his or her own fixed place of business.


    941.2965(3)(d)
    (d) Any person who is on real property and acting with the consent of the owner of that property.

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    Funny they are calling that the "Texas flashlight." Open carry is not legal in Texas.
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    Yeah, this is great; but do you think Magpul should develop a manual of arms where you don't have to point it at yourself when you fold it up....

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    Shotgun wrote:
    Funny they are calling that the "Texas flashlight." Open carry is not legal in Texas.
    I would think that when it is folded up it is considered concealed. But that is IMHO.

    otherwise it's, sweeeeetttttttt!

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    J.Gleason wrote:
    Shotgun wrote:
    Funny they are calling that the "Texas flashlight." Open carry is not legal in Texas.
    I would think that when it is folded up it is considered concealed. But that is IMHO.

    otherwise it's, sweeeeetttttttt!
    I wonder if they have any feeding problems with it. To me, when that mag. folds out when opened; I'm thinking lock-up problems. Especially if you were to be less than firm, when you opened it.
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    the perfect gun for wisconsin? something with a heated grip!

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    McX wrote:
    the perfect gun for wisconsin? something with a heated grip!
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    That gun was actually designed in the 80's by Eugene Stoner, I think it was called the ARES fmg, eitherway it was originaly made to look like a radio (do a google search, it's funny to look @) I personally like magpuls design better than the ARES. Now if it were only available for us regular Joes, in semi-auto or course, or maybe not I still want one!



    It also made a debut in a scene in Robocop 2,

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fII7jM9fEcg
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    That is one sweet gun. I will put that on my wish list
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    gives new meaning to the words; boom box.

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    Landose_theghost wrote:
    That gun was actually designed in the 80's by Eugene Stoner, I think it was called the ARES fmg, eitherway it was originaly made to look like a radio (do a google search, it's funny to look @) I personally like magpuls design better than the ARES. Now if it were only available for us regular Joes, in semi-auto or course, or maybe not I still want one!



    It also made a debut in a scene in Robocop 2,

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fII7jM9fEcg
    With all due respect to Mr. Stoner, the concept for the gun was probably designed by Mattel in the 1960's. I had the "Snap Shot" camera gun as a kid. Another kid had the transistor radio gun.

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    Shotgun wrote:
    Landose_theghost wrote:
    That gun was actually designed in the 80's by Eugene Stoner, I think it was called the ARES fmg, eitherway it was originaly made to look like a radio (do a google search, it's funny to look @) I personally like magpuls design better than the ARES. Now if it were only available for us regular Joes, in semi-auto or course, or maybe not I still want one!



    It also made a debut in a scene in Robocop 2,

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fII7jM9fEcg
    With all due respect to Mr. Stoner, the concept for the gun was probably designed by Mattel in the 1960's. I had the "Snap Shot" camera gun as a kid. Another kid had the transistor radio gun.

    http://www.bigredtoybox.com/cgi-bin/...l?agent0mindex

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2MP3sR2PU-o

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZN8RctRsOQI
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    I truly believe that as we "played" those games, that we came away with an awareness of our surroundings that is not only sorely lacking in todays culture; but must be sometimes painfully re-indoctrinated in the young adults that do take up the honor of defending this Great Republic.


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    Ivan Sample wrote:
    That is one sweet gun. I will put that on my wish list
    To bad that as of now, magpul has no intentions of releasing this to us civies.
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    That is a crying shame! It will be the perfect gun for almost any situation.
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