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2 years 29 weeks ago, 8:54 PM

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I am looking to add a new weapon too my machine gun shoots. I have been throwing around the idea of a fully automatic glock 18 but I am not sure how many people are interested in shooting a fully automatic pistol. What other machine guns do you guys find interesting, besides the typical AK, and AR, style machine guns.

2 years 29 weeks ago, 11:00 PM

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Do you have any belt fed LMG's? SAW, 240, M60? A MG 42 might be more cost effective....

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2 years 29 weeks ago, 9:51 AM

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I guess I should have mentioned what guns I bring to my machine gun shoots, you can have a look at my arsenal on my site

2 years 29 weeks ago, 2:38 PM

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sweet list how about some oldies VICKERS.SPANDELL'S ( i think thats the name for them old tri-plane guns)...................

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2 years 29 weeks ago, 8:23 PM

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Full Auto

Everybody likes to shoot a Thompson.45 full auto
M9 grease gun in 9mm
PPSH in .41 caliber
anything belt fed
M14 in full auto is one of my favorites
Browning Automatic rifle

I would be very careful with the G18,others might not.

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2 years 29 weeks ago, 9:52 AM

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I think LBC nailed it. Tommy, BAR, M14 would be my tops. Anything belt-fed would be fun. It's not possible to get an M60, right? They're post-ban?

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2 years 29 weeks ago, 5:15 PM

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Saint J.M. Browning wrote:
I think LBC nailed it. Tommy, BAR, M14 would be my tops. Anything belt-fed would be fun. It's not possible to get an M60, right? They're post-ban?

J M B the M60 was introduced in 1957, it has served with every branch of the U.S. military and still serves with other armed forces. Its manufacture and continued upgrade for military and commercial purchase continues into the 21st century, though it has been replaced or supplemented in most roles by other designs, notably the M240 in U.S. service. Most registered before 1986 are preban and transferable to civilians.

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2 years 29 weeks ago, 12:22 PM

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M60

You can own them...

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2 years 29 weeks ago, 12:44 PM

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M60

Well there you go. I'm pretty sure firing an M60 would give me a chronic grin.

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