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    Regular Member TechnoWeenie's Avatar
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    Had to shoot :(.... caught on video.. OC of M&P .45 did not deter....

    I didn't want to, but I had no choice. I ordered him down, but he didn't respond to commands.. Didn't care that I had 2 pistols on me, it was like he wanted to be shot... Almost like he had a bullseye on his chest...

    It was declared a 'good shoot', and was cleared of any wrongdoing, so I thought I'd share. Sadly, he didn't make it. (Pictures withheld due to graphic content).


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    7.5" AR pistol in 7.62x39 . I built it for one hand use but it gets heavy after awhile.
    (and yes, that was an intentional mag drop with visual chamber inspection after bolt lock back.... I know it looks like I'm a dumbass staring at the dropped mag, I'm actually looking in the chamber, and you can hear me call 'clear')


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    How's the recoil from 7.62 Soviet with one hand?

    And careful ya don't let that silly-lookin buffer tube touch your shoulder when you're firing, or THEY'll be after you for your ebil ebil SBR
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    Quote Originally Posted by Metalhead47 View Post
    How's the recoil from 7.62 Soviet with one hand?

    And careful ya don't let that silly-lookin buffer tube touch your shoulder when you're firing, or THEY'll be after you for your ebil ebil SBR
    You can see with a cheekweld, it's actually a lot less than I thought it would be. It also has a much lower report than my 5.56 did (quieter)..

    I can use the buffer tube on my shoulder, I just can't have it as a buttstock (I know, there is a distinction, but a silly one). I designed it to shoot one handed, but after a while, it gets tiring (try holding a 5 lb pistol out). I just cheek weld.

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