Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by lokifz1 » Mon Mar 26, 2012 10:32 am

ZomBosox wrote:This is Shey. My PSA Mid-length 5.56 AR
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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by Black » Mon Mar 26, 2012 12:50 pm

This is my Colt Commando clone. I like to keep my firearms as simple and light weight as possible - no fancy gadgets for me.
I have the Magpul trigger guard on there to allow my gloves to fit in the winter time.
I do have a scope I'll throw on there when I put the silencer on, but this is it in it's typical configuration.

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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by RickOShea » Mon Mar 26, 2012 2:43 pm

Black wrote:This is my Colt Commando clone. I like to keep my firearms as simple and light weight as possible - no fancy gadgets for me.
"Simple & light" would be a DD rear sight on a flat-top, or an A1/C7 upper receiver:

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Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by ZomBosox » Mon Mar 26, 2012 9:03 pm

lokifz1 wrote:
ZomBosox wrote:This is Shey. My PSA Mid-length 5.56 AR
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yeah that was just after build. I was waiting for my MBUS rear sight. It has it now and I am trying to figure out what eotech I want at the moment.


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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by Black » Tue Mar 27, 2012 9:11 am

RickOShea wrote:
Black wrote:This is my Colt Commando clone. I like to keep my firearms as simple and light weight as possible - no fancy gadgets for me.
"Simple & light" would be a DD rear sight on a flat-top, or an A1/C7 upper receiver:
Happier? I could always glue a couple toothpicks on there to replace the front and rear sights :lol:.
I actually prefer the carrying handle sight over the LMT. Just my cup 'o tea. You can look down the beveled portion of the carrying handle in relation to the front sight for CQB - just takes some practice and muscle memory.
Maybe 'light weight as possible' wasn't the correct term :gonk: No need for a 'my rifle is lighter than yours' argument. I'm not here to compete for any awards. It needs some weight in the back or the silencer makes it too front-heavy and unbalanced. Unfortunately I cannot use an A1 receiver as I do throw a scope on from time to time.

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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by UndeadInfidel » Tue Mar 27, 2012 9:27 am

I liked the carry handle better.
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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by Jsimmonsgr » Tue Mar 27, 2012 11:41 am

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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by RickOShea » Tue Mar 27, 2012 11:49 am

UndeadInfidel wrote:I liked the carry handle better.
I liked that A1-style detachable carry handle Nim posted about a while back.....Slim & trim.

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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by skrillas » Wed Mar 28, 2012 12:24 am

After looking at all these awesome guns, I am supremely jealous. Of course I can never own any of them unless I move out of California. :x But here's a pic of my very first gun, a shotgun. not much to look at but I'm happy with it. Image
I'm torn between getting a pistol or the ruger 10/22 as my next purchase though.

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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by my pies are piff » Sat Mar 31, 2012 9:45 pm

finally got all the parts on the FS2000. Now all i have to do is go zero the eotech and I'll have a rifle for HD/SHTF

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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by CipherNameRaVeN » Sun Apr 01, 2012 9:06 am

skrillas wrote:After looking at all these awesome guns, I am supremely jealous. Of course I can never own any of them unless I move out of California. :x But here's a pic of my very first gun, a shotgun. not much to look at but I'm happy with it. Image
I'm torn between getting a pistol or the ruger 10/22 as my next purchase though.
Actually, that set up is awesome!
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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by smokinbunta » Sun Apr 01, 2012 12:03 pm

Just got my Sig 522, it's actually my first rifle... :D

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Post by FlashDaddy » Sun Apr 01, 2012 1:30 pm

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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by Gingerbread Man » Mon Apr 02, 2012 5:56 pm

Removed the DD CAR 7 EZ rail and installed a MOE handguard.
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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by Unobtainium » Wed Apr 04, 2012 9:05 pm

My experimental home-made slip on suppressor (Making and using suppressors is totally legal in NZ - PSA - do not try this in the US or Canada) made out of pvc piping of various sizes. Is quiet(ish) without anything to absorb gases, although no-where near as quiet as my shop bought suppressors. Next time I'm at the range I will try some steel wool in the bottom chamber and see how that works at silencing the gases from the mighty .22.
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Post by AKFTW » Wed Apr 04, 2012 9:22 pm

Unobtainium wrote:My experimental home-made slip on suppressor (Making and using suppressors is totally legal in NZ - PSA - do not try this in the US or Canada) made out of pvc piping of various sizes. Is quiet(ish) without anything to absorb gases, although no-where near as quiet as my shop bought suppressors. Next time I'm at the range I will try some steel wool in the bottom chamber and see how that works at silencing the gases from the mighty .22.
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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by Big B » Thu Apr 05, 2012 10:21 pm

What the fuck people?!?! :x
PistolPete wrote:Much like the Hot or Not thread in the General section, this is one devoted for rifles and shotguns. To remind you of the rules this for posting pictures of guns you own. Only. Pictures. No discussion please.

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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by jermzy » Thu Apr 05, 2012 10:29 pm

I have been really wanting to get one of these for a long time, But they always were out of my price range. Got this one used for a great deal. Its a Beretta CX4 Storm 9mm. Came with the optic and sling. Now All I need is the Beretta pistol to go with it. lol



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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

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I've never claimed to be a "crusader" nor do I affiliate myself with those types of beliefs. Neither that, nor has religion had any impact on my service or the decisions I made while I was in the service. I agree entirely with TDW586, but for the sake of the forum rules, I'm leaving it at that.

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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by Unobtainium » Sat Apr 07, 2012 1:04 am

I said I'd post a few pics of some of my classics, so here goes:

1921 Lithgow, 1945 Ishapore, and 1915 BSA
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Longbranch, Savage, Longbranch, Fazakerly
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My post-war BRNO after stripping back and re-finishing
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My BCD K98, and my 8mm Portuguese Mauser
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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by Alpha-17 » Sat Apr 07, 2012 10:44 pm

Wow, did somebody delete my last few pictures? What a shame, guess I won't post up my SSDD SCAR H pic...


These will have to do. (Yes, I'll admit, I still play with stickers).

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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by Kpd9891 » Sun Apr 08, 2012 10:13 pm

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The start of my collection, 2 months in the making.

Starting from the left, Remington 870, Mosin Nagant, Remington 7400, and a JC Higgins 22

Bought the 7400 and Higgins for 250$, the 7400 is in remarkably nice condition and shoots very nice (just took it shooting today). The Higgins is also very nice as well, the iron sights on it are spot on and was plinking crap all day.

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