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Holy fack that's a buncha Nighthawk Customs.

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Took my 1911 and Thompson to the range today. I really want to get a pair of grips for my 1911 that match the Thompson.

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SCARs got some range time today, and a few photos:

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My friend Snappy McFly made this for me from what looks like Texas Chert, river cane, turkey feathers, sinew and pine resin.

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It took him about 30 minutes from stick, rock, feathers and lump of resin to finished product.

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Us Army 1917 Smith & Wesson DA in .45 ACP with moon and half moon clips

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My newest boom stick, CAI Golani (Galil). Haven't fired her yet, here's hoping it works out for me.
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SCARs got some range time today, and a few photos:
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You sure are proud of your stupid Scars aren't you... I guess I'll have to post mine too ^.^
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here's an assorted slice of my collection, don't have the kel-tec anymore

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Got my threaded barrel for the G17 today.....love the threaded look

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XM16E1. Was one of my good friend's but he gave it to me when he passed
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Sorry thing to post in here, but wanna hear it?! Here it goes!

Stag model 2, only mod the Ergo grip. Scope is a Nikon ProStaff 4-12x mil-dot on a Burris PEPR qd mount..

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Was able to take the scope to a real range for the first time last Monday. 100 yds, Stag Model 2 1/9" barrel, XM193F, 20 round group. Elbows resting on a bench. Rifle needs a better trigger and I need to be more patient firing for a group.

Yes, the target was stapled upside-down..

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