did you guys see the new SGN that has all the AR stuff in it.. one of the things that got me was a muzzle brake like the barrett.. blows the gas fwd, keeps the felt recoil down etc, etck.. what surprised me, was they marketed it by talking about the neatokeen blast at night more than any bennies sans barrett.. guess maybe it's not needed it 30 cal that much..
Shooting at night is cool.. loved my 30carbine Ruger.. bullet went out of that 71/2 bbl, and a rolling yellow ball of light like a battleship.. Pretty neat gun.. maybe if i had a muzzle brake for it.. hmm..
been waiting brother, faliling asleep.. tomorrow..
town yesterday. Nagant revolver in VG to Excellent condition.
When I get to be your age I'll likely have to give up and go to bed early too :<)
Lew i've been tracking those things for a long time.. this the one that goes fwd in battery to have a cyl frame lock up.. If so i have it on bunch of pretty good word that you can shoot the SW32 in them.. everytime i read this in a gun mag/book they spend so much time doing disclaimers that you fall asleep before the point.. which is you can use the Smith 32 in them.. i want one as well..
pm to you geezer..
gun shop with a bunch of that stuff on the shelf.
The Nagant was only $130 something, I did not ask how much for the ammo but I'd bet it would not take long to burn up the value of the gun by just plinking away a few dz rounds.
1895 Nagant 7.62X38R with accessories ----$129.00 BudsGuns.com
like good stuff. Not my kind of good stuff but maybe well engineered and quality built?
I never saw one, other than in pictures. They look well built, and from commentary, the cylinder seal seems to work well. But I have no idea where you can find the strangely designed ammo!!
That's tempting. Although the Bushmaster CAR15 w/ red dot for $699 caught my eye.
Reap, Clint, Hamp: What do you think? Worth it?
I took a quick look at the rifle in the link, It is a composite upper and lower. There were many reviews that mentioned the rail on top was not MIL-STD, and seemed flimsy. Most people liked budsguns though. I would spend another $30 dollars and look for a S&W 15, perhaps at Cabelas or your local gun store. If you can find one at your local gun store, you will save the transfer fee and might wash out the cost.
just my $0.02
I got the feeling that if it seemed too cheap, there's probably a reason for it. I think I'd trust S&W more anyway.
in both surplus and commercial $$$. Apparently reloading is also an option.
I did an ammo search this evening :<)
The gun uses a hand ejector like the old hawg legs but not as "user friendly".
As I mentioned above, the Nagant is not my kind of gun, just a curiosity to me.
Ammo is available. Gas seal was idea to get more force out of powder charge but made little difference. You can pick up the Nagants for $100.00 if you shop around. With the gas seal you could supress the pistol, something to think about. Not a very practical combat weapon, as you need to find a safe place to reload. If you get one you'll know what I mean, takes a bit of time. I like them , but I have a thing for wierd guns.