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5 years 18 weeks ago, 8:25 PM

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Awwww, its so cute!

I want one. Now I only have to figure out what I could use it for.

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5 years 18 weeks ago, 8:29 PM

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4 years 8 weeks ago, 3:59 AM

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i ;ike it

how can i buy this please tell me

4 years 8 weeks ago, 4:05 AM

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Sorry, but it's a fact...

No sir, he fell into that bullet... Never argue with a stupid person. They'll just drag you down to their level and beat you with experience!!
4 years 8 weeks ago, 6:29 AM

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gulaly, if you want a micro uzi, you need to find a dealer who is selling one (Try impactguns.com). They will be able to tell you everything you need to do, but a brief overview is that you pay them for the gun, fill out a packet including fingerprints and background check information, pay 200 extra bucks for the NFA tax stamp, wait until the feds get around to checking everything (I think it's around three weeks right now), then get the gun pick the gun up. They won't mail it to you, so if you can't go in and get it, you'll have to have them tranfer the gun from one SOT dealer to another closer to you.

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4 years 8 weeks ago, 9:09 AM

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Runs

Very true Runs, gulalymuskaan I apologize for my rudeness in my previous response.

As RWG said above, www.impactguns.com, www.gunbroker.com and or www.gunsinternational.com are some places you can look for a good idea of what you will spend.

All Class 3 rules apply so there are certain things you will have to do, waiting for the slow wheels of bureaucracy mainly. It will depend on the State, County and City you live in also. Check to make sure that they allow Class 3 weapons and if they do, who will have to sign off to allow you to posses it in their Jurisdiction.

No sir, he fell into that bullet... Never argue with a stupid person. They'll just drag you down to their level and beat you with experience!!
4 years 8 weeks ago, 9:24 AM

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have no intentions of actually buying one, so I humor them. Not many people really think it's worth the hassle. I intend to buy a supressor for my M4, but that's about as far as I'll ever go.

"I have always been a soldier. I have known no other life. The calling of arms, I have followed from boyhood. I have never sought another." From The Virtues of War, by Steven Pressfield.
4 years 8 weeks ago, 9:39 AM

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Very true..

I've a couple of friends which collect them, they do not have your normal house hold income. They also either own or Operate Class 3 gun shops and they do not own the weapons the corporations do.

Tell you what, if you are interested in a can let me know and I can ask Felix from www.avguns.com what price he would do it for me, also the make/model...

He does sell on the net, but most of his stuff is almost exclusively POF and custom builds. He is a great guy and no bullshit kinda person, most anything old military and odd ball he can find.

He is one crazy ass Russian....

No sir, he fell into that bullet... Never argue with a stupid person. They'll just drag you down to their level and beat you with experience!!
4 years 8 weeks ago, 9:59 AM

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I'm stuck between AAC and Surefire. I've heard Surefire quick release gets stuck when it gets real hot or dirty, but the rifle is a standard 16" AR and I like the little TSR micro cans they have out. I have a few other things to get first, like a DPMS LR 308. No, an Armalite AR-50. No, a DPMS. No, an AR-50.

Fuck, I can't decide.

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4 years 8 weeks ago, 10:11 AM

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He will know the in and out of each of them..

Also Machine Gun Billy will know which actually perform as they claim and the ones that bugger up when used for more than ten rounds...

You take it easy and be safe.

I have to head out and pick up a Tantal wz88, trading for a 22 conversion...

No sir, he fell into that bullet... Never argue with a stupid person. They'll just drag you down to their level and beat you with experience!!
4 years 8 weeks ago, 11:16 AM

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ISD, not full auto

My AR is straight civilian, and if I do take it on deployment (Not sure the legalities of taking a privately-owned NFA device on a military deployment), I haven't gone to burst yet, and probably won't. but I guess if it holds up under auto fire, it should be okay for semi.

I'm really looking at Surefire mainly because they claim there's negligible POI shift when taking it off and on.

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4 years 8 weeks ago, 2:38 PM

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Surefire

I've seen them being used in an FNH sponsored shoot. Very effective suppression and dead on POI. But they didn't remove them anytime so not sure how difficult it was to take off after putting 60 rounds through them.

Very quiet and it did not blow up a bunch of sand while shooting prone either...

If I can find the link, there is one site that does refurbish and sell at a much lower cost than new with warranties if your not opposed to refurb's.

No sir, he fell into that bullet... Never argue with a stupid person. They'll just drag you down to their level and beat you with experience!!
4 years 8 weeks ago, 4:09 PM

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especially for a Surefire supressor.

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4 years 8 weeks ago, 5:17 PM

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I've been looking all over for info on this rifle, seems it actually isn't a bad barrel. ^ grove rifling with a 1:8 twist which seems a bit odd, but supposed to be good for all weights. I just cleaned the thing and I figure the carbon build up at the crown between the crown and the muzzle brake could have been a real issue.

Seems he didn't have it set all the way down on the pin but a few turns up from bottoming out....

Wish I had the mags already as I'm heading down to play with a SAW and some POF's in the morning. Taking the video camera and camera so Felix can post some new videos on his shops site.

anyway, I'll get you the link soon, they also do active military discounts as do most suppliers.

No sir, he fell into that bullet... Never argue with a stupid person. They'll just drag you down to their level and beat you with experience!!
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