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Old 12-12-2010, 02:00   #76
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Old 12-12-2010, 09:46   #77
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of the guns I own besides my .22LR's would be my Marlin Camp guns, a 9mm w/red dot and .45acp with williams peep.
gettin' pretty good with the 9mm.
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Old 12-13-2010, 01:48   #78
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In the military, 50, 60 cal belt fed. M16 full auto, we had thousands of rounds to shoot up, 10 guys, 20 guns, what a blast that was.
Now days, cz52, sks, ak.
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Old 01-18-2012, 09:45   #79
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I haven't shot any guns in the army or such things but for civilian rifles I've shot the 20/12/10 gauge shotguns, a 44 mag, security 6 and 9mm for pistols, 22, 270, 45-70, 7mm, 8mm, and an Ak-47 WASR. Out of all of them my favorite by far is the AK. Rounds only run about 20 cents a round or less and with a scope and some other things it is ok accurate up to around 100 yards. Also it doesn't leave you with a rubber arm at the end of the day like most of the other rifles, except of course the 22. The 22 is always fun but it just doesn't have the power like the ak that reaches through a 12" thick dead tree to get to the target. I didn't believe it would do it until I tried it for myself and watched it go through the tree then through a steel satellite dish... One last thing. What gun would you rather have if the world ended today? It is in a class of it's own there =)
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M60 machine gun, M67 recoilless rifle (90mm Bazooka), M72 LAW, M16A1 on full auto.
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Hands down-M2 .50 cal, t&e mounted or from the top of a humvee, followed by the M240 Bravo.
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Old 02-26-2012, 14:39   #83
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Old 02-27-2012, 23:31   #84
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Mosin-Nagant M44. The muzzle flash is longer than the rifle. This is a friend shooting mine.

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Rifle: My FN FS2000. It has nearly no muzzle rise, the trigger is fine for a bullpup, and it's just dang fun to shoot all day long. (And it never fails to work.)

Carbine: Hard choice between the PS90, and the Beretta CX4 in 9mm. The 9mm is cheaper to shoot, absolutely accurate and with the right mag, holds 34 rounds. The PS90 has much less recoil, is just as accurate, and has 50 rounds, but it's just too dang expensive to shoot much. (24.00 per 50 rounds, v/s 8.00 per 50 is no contest.)

Pistol: Again, the 5.7 round is fun, and the 9mm's I have are also fun, but the latest to join the group is the M&P22, and it's been very fun to shoot. (And cheap.)
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Originally Posted by Mosinka View Post
Mosin-Nagant M44. The muzzle flash is longer than the rifle. This is a friend shooting mine.

How much lighter fluid do you use?
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Originally Posted by magnomark View Post
How much lighter fluid do you use?
Not a drop. That's just the natural muzzle flash of a Mosin-Nagant M44. The barrel is about 8 inches shorter than the 91/30, and the ammo is, of course, Russian surplus 7.62x54R. The M44 is known for being a fun gun, and the signature muzzle flash is part of the reason why. In 1938, they began making the shorter version of the Mosin, and in 1944 they equipped it with a folding bayonet, and that's the model you see above. Consider that you can STILL buy very nice WWII vintage 91/30's for $100 or less (my M44 was $150), and that the ammo can be had in spam cans of 440 rounds for $75, and you're looking at a FUN GUN.
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M134D mini and M2.50.
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My Hi Wall loaded with some black powder .45-70's. Nothing like the deep boom of the old sooty stuff and recoil is mild.
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A British SMLE Enfield MKI/I in .303 British caliber. I used it to shoot at paper targets @ 200 yds. distance, open sights. The target? They were 8 1/2 inch by 11 inch prints of the Ayatollah Khomeini! The .303 was a respectable round, when shot out of that 8 pound rifle. Easist to field strip and clean, easiest to make safe, too. Remington only sold one load, then, being at best recollection 180gr. loads.
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Originally Posted by SFsc616171 View Post
A British SMLE Enfield MKI/I in .303 British caliber. I used it to shoot at paper targets @ 200 yds. distance, open sights. The target? They were 8 1/2 inch by 11 inch prints of the Ayatollah Khomeini! The .303 was a respectable round, when shot out of that 8 pound rifle. Easist to field strip and clean, easiest to make safe, too. Remington only sold one load, then, being at best recollection 180gr. loads.
That's a nice weapon, I have one myself, but I never shoot it. I also have a 03 Springfield, a 7mm Mauser, and an 6.5 Arasaka. I have killed a hog with the Araska and I do shoot the Springfield every once and a while. They have been passed down from my grandfather to me and are some of my favorites I own.

I still miss shooting a mini and a M2. By far the best funnest weapons I have shot
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Old 04-27-2012, 03:52   #92
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The M79 and twin 50's while serving in Viet Nam, what a trip!!
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Old 04-27-2012, 09:43   #93
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Some of my favorite choices. The Thompson- a lot of fun and history... and noise. HK MP-5, controllable, accurate, elegant. A scale model of the GE minigun in 22lr, just ... holy cow. Huh. They're all FA....
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Old 04-27-2012, 16:46   #94
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There all fun to shoot, I have been shooting for over 60 years, They were all fun to shoot.
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Accuracy aside .... My old SAVAGE 24V over / under, it being .223 Rem over 20 gauge shotgun.

At one of our old quarry shooting sites ( water filled ) we would toss out soda & beer cans.
Set selector on .223 and hit just under the can popping it up into the air ...
then snap selector to other barrel and blast the airborne can with the shotgun !!

With some practice and quick fingers could do it shot after shot laughing like hell the whole time !

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Toss up between the PTR-32...

dat H&K bolt-slap/AK mag-rock/people on the range going wtf is that thing
And the SBR Kriss Vector Super-V

32 rounds of .45 ACP/no recoil/fireballs blowing out of the muzzle/some kid in a call of duty shirt going o_O
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Funnest, lifetime=Marlin 60 17 shot I have used it for 20+ years - overall=Barrett 50, screw stuff up over a half mile away(the range I shot)... YEEHAW!
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Old 05-23-2012, 13:46   #98
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I got to dump a couple mags through an H&K MP5SD3 with a bunch of Special Forces guys in Iraq. (They brought out damn-near their entire arms room that day! Fired a REAL nice 1911 - heavily modded, sooooo smooth.) The M242 Bushmaster in my Bradley was good times too!

If you were asking which was the least amount of fun, I'd be hard pressed to decide between the AK47 or the Sterling submachine gun.
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Old 05-24-2012, 11:35   #99
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Hey focal_point I've got to know. What didn't you like about the sterling smg.
I've fired one and I liked it just fine. I liked the pistol grip (pointed nicely).
I liked the folding stock ( when opened) it was very stable...
Don't care too much about side mounted magazines( stick out too far) but overall
I liked the sterling it was accurate and controllable on full auto.........
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Originally Posted by Lurp2 View Post
Hey focal_point I've got to know. What didn't you like about the sterling smg.
I've fired one and I liked it just fine. I liked the pistol grip (pointed nicely).
I liked the folding stock ( when opened) it was very stable...
Don't care too much about side mounted magazines( stick out too far) but overall
I liked the sterling it was accurate and controllable on full auto.........
Well, I guess it wasn't ALL that horrible... I personally found it hard to find a comfortable stance, sight picture, and grip on it. I blame the body armor (and the damned Iraq heat!).

The AK was just SOOO painful to shoot (again, the body armor... it had the standard wood stock and foregrip). The heat baking off the upper receiver was burning me up!
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