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Old 02-08-2014, 10:40 PM   #3801
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Adding to the collection

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XDm 4.5" 9mm 19+1 of fun

IMO XDm has one of the best out of the box triggers on the market, and one of the most accurate out of the box pistols too

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Just picked this up. My first gun. Mossberg 835 ultimag. 3 barrel combo. Came with 4 chokes. Mossy oak camo.

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welcome to the club, let us know after you purchase your 10th firearm lol


no seriously, nice choice.
Turkey?
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Barrel came in and installed. shot 150 rounds through it already.

I ordered a barrel from rock river arms. they were out of the 18" threaded one so i got the bull barrel and i was going to thread the end. little did i know it was a non standard size of 1 1/16" so it did not fit my barrel nut or handguard. to make things worse the gas block was obviously too big, and it had rifle feed ramps...so that does not go well with my M4 feed ramp upper. wished their site was more informative....oh well, $380 mistake...need to send it back sometime...


so i bought a white oak armament 18" SPR barrel, low profile gas block and gas tube. at least its cut for m4 feed ramps.










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That's pretty damn slick.
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New parts for the XDM.. PistolGear "Hammer" Solid stainless guide rod
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New trigger Awesomely short travel

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i like that brake. the polished buffer tube and barrel look nice, not like every other ar out there lol
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^ yeah i had to, that buffer tube was a sand blasted dull finish that scratched if you tried to adjust the stock....which btw is super hard. almost have to have 2 people to pull it apart if you adjust it all the way in....but it doesnt rattle so thats nice. tempted on polishing the charging handle too so it has a smoother pull.

Quote: Originally Posted by mostizzle
That's pretty damn slick.
Thanks

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what it reminds me of.

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LOL

Notice my hand is nowhere near the trigger guard, I just had the pistol torn down to bare upper and lower.. pretty sure it was safe at that point...lol

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Quote: Originally Posted by 1fast4by
welcome to the club, let us know after you purchase your 10th firearm lol


no seriously, nice choice.
Turkey?
Came with a 24" rifled barrel for slugs/sabots, 24" ported vent rib with an ulti-full turkey choke installed (changeable), and a 28" ported vent rib with 3 chokes (full,improved cylinder,modified). Will be doing waterfowl and deer thus rear minimum hopefully. Have to take the turkey course yet.

Hoping when it's not blowing snow to get out and put some rounds through this thing. Takes less than a minute to change the barrel. Super easy. Feels good in the hands. And lighter weight feel than the rem. 870's we use for work.
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Quote: Originally Posted by 1fast4by

Notice my hand is nowhere near the trigger guard, I just had the pistol torn down to bare upper and lower.. pretty sure it was safe at that point...lol
Obviously we can see the firing pin so yeah its "safe" but just reminded me of that pic.


****ed some stuff up today while sighting in my AR15.

Whoops....s10 doughnut tire for dueling tree stand...i kinda clipped the rim.



I found this inside. just the steel penetrator of the 5.56 green tip.


Cinder block.



exploded.




1/4" thick box that i TIG welded...just a single pass but i should have done 2. it was filled 98% with water and welded shut. It still passed through with ease.




backside blew out from water pressure, and the right side has 2 deep gouges on the inside where it almost passed straight through. The pressures involved to make the weld split is just insane thinking about it.



Video with some nice high speed camera shots of the destruction.


Old 02-16-2014, 11:28 AM   #3814
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Theres some nice weapons on here for sure!! Here is my new EDC (or at least it will be when I find some time to get to the range and fire a couple hundred rounds) The wife got it for me for xmas this year.

M&P 45c

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havnt been on here in a while. just picked up another gun. its a cheap-o but will do what i want. remington 770 in 30-06. plans before i even take it shooting is to free float the barrel, add some weight into the stock since its fairly light, polish the bolt, and get a bi pod.



btw bean thats a nice ar you built there.
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My Russian friend.


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Anyone have any insight/opinions on SKS stocks?
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Quote: Originally Posted by nigel
Came with a 24" rifled barrel for slugs/sabots, 24" ported vent rib with an ulti-full turkey choke installed (changeable), and a 28" ported vent rib with 3 chokes (full,improved cylinder,modified). Will be doing waterfowl and deer thus rear minimum hopefully. Have to take the turkey course yet.

Hoping when it's not blowing snow to get out and put some rounds through this thing. Takes less than a minute to change the barrel. Super easy. Feels good in the hands. And lighter weight feel than the rem. 870's we use for work.
Turkey hunting is very addicting. Got this nice double beard last year with my stoeger m2000.



And I picked up this little thing today kel tec p3at with OD green frame. Gonna test it out tomorrow. Still have to take the concealed carry class before I can start carrying it.

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Kel tecs arnt too bad for what they cost. My friend has the pf9 and its pretty fun to shoot. Only thing i hate about the kel tecs is they have some really sharp stippling. Your hand will definatly feel it but good thing is you wont lose your grip.

Messed around with my new 770 today. Floated the barrel somewhat. Still need to take just a tad more material off. Also ground down the stupid molded in sling stud and put on a metal swivel stud. Only thing left to do is polish the bolt, finish floating and might paint the stock an od green.
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Here's one of mine I've been working on, Remington 770 chambered in .270. Ive free floated the barrel, somewhat polished the bolt and put on a bipod. Will need new glass eventually but I'm gonna use what's on it and have some fun with it for now and upgrade later.

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just got done with my 770. painted it and polished the bolt. just need to get a bipod for it now.





the swivel stud i put on



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I've bought a couple goodies since I took a break off here. A ruger LCR and a henry 22 lever. Picked up a stripped lower last week, starting an AR build now.
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^ sweet! What do you have planned for the build?


Thanks t8raff
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Quote: Originally Posted by beandip
^ sweet! What do you have planned for the build
Got a stag lower. So far have ordered a BCM buffer tube kit, couple foliage P mags if I decide to go that route for the furniture since I can't ever find them locally and a Magpul MOE trigger guard.

Got some goodies in my shopping cart on primary arms like the LPK and magpul goodies but focusing on the upper. Found a nice spikes upper setup on AIM but they sold out quick.

I'm not getting out of this cheap no matter how I look at it because I won't settle for less. Been eyeing the BCM uppers honestly. I've tried to shake this gun problem for years and get my square body rolling again but it's a beotch.
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In the mean time beandip want some of my gun porn?
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post it up!



had some fun today.


the 1/2" plate. middle hole has the steel penetrator still lodged in it.


If i had it mounted solid it would have probably pierced it.
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and my 770 is now complete



the bolt nice and shiney... yeah i used a little too much grease but oh well



now to find some cheap ammo so i can zero the scope in.
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Quote: Originally Posted by beandip
post it up!









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Just ordered a Choate folding stock for my SKS. I'll post some pics up when I get it.
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Stock came today. It was ordered from combatstocks.com. I was going to wait until tomorrow to put it on but I couldn't wait. lol Thing is really nice though....





The hinge is all blued steel and has a drag adjustment, pretty cool.

The gas tube cover was a lot less of a bitch than I was expecting. I wanted to take the bayonet off but the screw is peened so that's going to have to wait until I have a little more time. I want to call around to a few gunsmiths and get some prices on converting it to take AK mags too.
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Went to a local gun show today and picked up a new toy. Hoping to go out and shoot it tomorrow.


This one I picked up about 6 months ago and has been my carry gun since then. It is a F.E.G. .380. This is a very nice and accurate gun.


Now this is the newest addition to my collection it's a Thompson Auto-Ordnance 1911 45 Caliber. Like I said I bought it at a gun show today for I think a very fair price. Hoping to go see what it does tomorrow.
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God I want a 1911 so bad, but next purchase will be a ccw...

Found some cheap 45° flip up BUIS, figured I'd give them a shot. Seem sturdy enough, just worried if they will hold zero. Sorry for crappy pics, couldn't get good lighting in the house.
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Finally got out to shoot my 1911. And I am in love with it.
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Quote: Originally Posted by mostizzle

Mo, How do you like your SKS? Would you recommend looking into one or look elsewhere??
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Name that rifle

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Quote: Originally Posted by LaynFrame02
Mo, How do you like your SKS? Would you recommend looking into one or look elsewhere??
I love it. They're pretty cheap, as is the ammo, aftermarket is pretty strong, it's accurate, fun to shoot. It is a little heavy but I'm working on that.
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Quote: Originally Posted by mostizzle
I love it. They're pretty cheap, as is the ammo, aftermarket is pretty strong, it's accurate, fun to shoot. It is a little heavy but I'm working on that.
Prices have gone stupid for them. Chinese models which were considered the bottom of the barrel are going for $300. Hell I overed paid when I spent $175 on my Yugo back in the day. Yugos now are around $600. Im sure area affects that and of course gun shows are a waste of time.
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From Reddit:

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My great-grandfather was shot in the chest by a German soldier during World War 1. Luckily, the coins in his breast pocket absorbed the bullet and saved his life. You could say he didn't need much money... to survive

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VZ24 Mauser with 22" 1-10 twist 1919BMG barrel chambered in .308 Palma and Richard's Microfit Target Thumbhole stock in Desert Sunset laminate. It only weighs about 18lbs.


Here's what it can do at 100 yards. The load was 38gr of IMR4064 under a 155gr SMK.


At 600 yards with a ~10 MPH crosswind, I was holding about MOA in the bottom of the 8 ring.

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All these fancy firearms.

bump for some more ancient Soviet craftsmanship

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there's NOTHING wrong with a Mosin Nagant

best bang for the buck rifle IMHO, wish I had one..
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there's NOTHING wrong with a Mosin Nagant

best bang for the buck rifle IMHO, wish I had one..
There may be nothing wrong with them, but - ah hell who am I kidding - there's a lot wrong with a lot of them. Oversized bores, cosmoline, interrupters that need adjusting to allow cycling, triggers that make Mausers feel great, that funky-ass rimmed case.

The saving graces are cheap price, cheap ammo, and you don't have to give a shit about them. I will say that because of this, they are a great candidate for learning gunsmithing, cuz almost anything you do is an improvement and if you really do **** it up, you still have a spear.

For fireballs, big booms, and shits and giggles, the M44 with surplus ammo is literally the best bang for the buck, though.
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I love my Mosin. I bought 880 rounds for it last year for like 180 bucks. I probably will never see the end of that buy.
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There may be nothing wrong with them, but - ah hell who am I kidding - there's a lot wrong with a lot of them. Oversized bores, cosmoline, interrupters that need adjusting to allow cycling, triggers that make Mausers feel great, that funky-ass rimmed case.

The saving graces are cheap price, cheap ammo, and you don't have to give a shit about them. I will say that because of this, they are a great candidate for learning gunsmithing, cuz almost anything you do is an improvement and if you really do **** it up, you still have a spear.

For fireballs, big booms, and shits and giggles, the M44 with surplus ammo is literally the best bang for the buck, though.






They're $100-150 decently accurate, and plenty powerful... Its a 100+ year old gun.. Comparing it to my Rem 700 PS .308 would be like comparing a P51 Mustang to an F22a....
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^This.

Just got my C&R and am considering buying an entire crate of 20. I think my German M98 is an overall better gun, but my Mosin is just an overall tank that costs half the coin to shoot. I also need a couple M44s, maybe an FN-49, couple Enfields. Then I can takle the M1s. So many guns, not enough funds.
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Quote: Originally Posted by ahelm3

So many guns, not enough funds.

Motherfucking truth
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This was like a 4 beer jobby. I'd buy more just to spend an evening cleaning them..

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id love to pick up a mosin. prices for them around here went way up on them. i think just shy of 300 but they are on their way back down ~200 ish. ill pick one up once they drop a tad more. also i finally got to shoot my 770 and i really liked it. its no rem 700 but not bad for a sub 300 gun. the 30-06 kick wasnt as bad as i thought it would be. it probably helped that i added quite a bit of weight to the gun though.
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