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Let's Play Mix and Match With Transition Fire

Post by Stercutus » Thu Oct 12, 2017 5:56 am

Pick which pistol you would pair with each long gun. If you are feeling it; tell us why. Feel free to match the same pistol to different long guns.

Long Guns:
- SBR AR, set up for CQB
- KSG Shotgun
- Bolt Action Rifle set up for long range shooting
- 7.62 Battle Rifle (your Choice), Cold War era
- M1 Garand
- M1 Carbine

Pistols:
- Glock 22
- Sig 226
- Custom 1911
- .357 Revolver
- Walther PPK .380
- Compact 9mm SA Pistol
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Re: Let's Play Mix and Match With Transition Fire

Post by flybynight » Thu Oct 12, 2017 6:47 pm

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Although the 1911 is nice. It no longer is my go to, You just left no choices in .45
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Re: Let's Play Mix and Match With Transition Fire

Post by The Twizzler » Thu Oct 12, 2017 7:20 pm

Cold War era battle rifle in 7.62
Dragunov 7.62x54r rifle- it's not a dedicated sniper rifle but a marksman rifle similar to the M-14 with a scope used by the US. Well regarded the world over. Has scope and iron sights.
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Pistol- Compact 9mm single action
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Re: Let's Play Mix and Match With Transition Fire

Post by NT2C » Thu Oct 12, 2017 8:12 pm

Standard issue M-14 with synthetic stock paired with a Remington 1911R1

The M-14 was my favorite rifle when I was a gunner's mate, could hit damned near anything I aimed at with one, and I spent many an hour with a slab of 1911 on my hip, or in my hand at the range. I can hit my target 8/8 with it.
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Re: Let's Play Mix and Match With Transition Fire

Post by brothaman » Fri Oct 13, 2017 7:41 am

Standard regular AK setup and CZ P-07

I just kinda like both
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Re: Let's Play Mix and Match With Transition Fire

Post by RickOShea » Fri Oct 13, 2017 11:51 am

Bolt action rifle - G22
KSG shotgun - 1911
M1 Garand - P226
M1 carbine - 357
MBR - compact 9
SBR - 380

Tryin' to have one of the pair have a decent capacity and/or quick/easy reload.
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Re: Let's Play Mix and Match With Transition Fire

Post by Stercutus » Fri Oct 13, 2017 5:59 pm

That's along the lines I was thinking, except I was thinking the M1 Carbine would likely go well with the 1911 and maybe give the Glock to the KSG. If you have a bolt gun the strategy is likely to stay hidden so the .357 would be a decent longer range pistol with plenty of power.

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Post by flybynight » Fri Oct 13, 2017 9:53 pm

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For the post zombie apocalypse. Cause you know style counts
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Re: Let's Play Mix and Match With Transition Fire

Post by raptor » Fri Oct 13, 2017 10:20 pm

Bolt action rifle - G22 Powerful and long range but slow rifle in 7mm Rem Mag, complimented with large capacity pistol for SD.
KSG shotgun - .380 I am looking for large thin skinned targets at close quarters. If the 12 ga is not enough none of these pistols will be work so may as well carry a light weight pistol so I can carry more 12 ga. Though the 357 may also work here.
M1 Garand - 1911 cuz a 1911 and garand just belong together.
M1 carbine - Compact 9 (Glock 19 or 23) to save weight since I am obviously traveling light today
MBR PTR-91 - .357 since I am obviously loaded out for bear today, though the PPK may also work here
SBR (m-4orgery)- Sig 226 would compliment this in terms of short range impact power, since I am expecting multiple targets at between 25 and 300 yards.


Honestly I would take the .357 or the Sig 226 with any of these combinations.

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Re: Let's Play Mix and Match With Transition Fire

Post by taipan821 » Sat Oct 14, 2017 5:20 am

raptor wrote:Bolt action rifle - G22 Powerful and long range but slow rifle in 7mm Rem Mag, complimented with large capacity pistol for SD.
Pretty much agree

ideally bolt action rifle, ideally in a caliber that will do range and punch (6.8 creedmoor, magnum rounds, .408 cheytac etc), switch caliber is considered bonus.

large capacity pistol, with simple controls for close in defence....I mean target shooting (since in Australia we can't own handguns for anything but target shooting :clownshoes: )
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Re: Let's Play Mix and Match With Transition Fire

Post by RickOShea » Sat Oct 14, 2017 10:28 am

flybynight wrote:For the post zombie apocalypse. Cause you know style counts
LOL. So an SKS is stylish now? When did that happen?Image.....Image
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Re: Let's Play Mix and Match With Transition Fire

Post by delarey » Sun Oct 22, 2017 10:16 am

Hmmmm.
Rifle would have to be a FAL.
Pistol will be a CZ75 PCR.ImageImage

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Post by Zembecowicz » Sun Oct 22, 2017 10:49 am

flybynight wrote:Image

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For the post zombie apocalypse. Cause you know style counts
Just curious, what kind of stock is on that SKS?

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Post by flybynight » Sun Oct 22, 2017 12:40 pm

Zembecowicz wrote:
flybynight wrote:Image

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For the post zombie apocalypse. Cause you know style counts
Just curious, what kind of stock is on that SKS?
The stylish kind :lol:

I'm pretty sure that stock was a one up the owner built himself . I seem to remember pics of that sks right about the time ATI came out with the timbersmith
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Re: Let's Play Mix and Match With Transition Fire

Post by MacWa77ace » Tue Oct 24, 2017 12:00 pm

Deja Vu, every video game I've ever played and is half the fun of the games. Youtube search 'the best loadout'. :clap:

Long Guns:
- SBR AR, set up for CQB - Modern SA Pistola striker fire- ease with ease.
- KSG Shotgun - 357 - kick with kick.
- Bolt Action Rifle set up for long range shooting - PPK need the weight reduction.
- 7.62 Battle Rifle (your Choice), Cold War era - Glock tail end cold war gun
- M1 Garand - 1911 'cause just goes
- M1 Carbine - same, just goes together like peas and carrots.

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Re: Let's Play Mix and Match With Transition Fire

Post by The Twizzler » Tue Oct 24, 2017 7:47 pm

I think that's a Yugo SKS durocaoted and with an aftermarket heat shield.



I would have reblued it but that's me. Something like this.

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flybynight wrote:
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flybynight wrote:Image

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For the post zombie apocalypse. Cause you know style counts
Just curious, what kind of stock is on that SKS?
The stylish kind :lol:

I'm pretty sure that stock was a one up the owner built himself . I seem to remember pics of that sks right about the time ATI came out with the timbersmith
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Re: Let's Play Mix and Match With Transition Fire

Post by RickOShea » Tue Oct 24, 2017 10:07 pm

The Twizzler wrote:I think that's a Yugo SKS...
Nope, Chinese....http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/show ... p?t=406657
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Re: Let's Play Mix and Match With Transition Fire

Post by flybynight » Wed Oct 25, 2017 5:12 am

RickOShea wrote:
The Twizzler wrote:I think that's a Yugo SKS...
Nope, Chinese....http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/show ... p?t=406657
Yep . That's where I saw it. ( and also the SKS boards )

I remember this line " My SKS is like a bold and brash cowboy outlaw, while the AR is like....well....... a metro-sexual.
I don't want to go into Zombie battle feeling inadequate.
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