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Poll: Should weapons pictures be allowed? (54 member(s) have cast votes)

Do you think it's acceptable to post pictures of your guns

  1. Sure, people here can be trusted to act responsibly (41 votes [75.93%])

    Percentage of vote: 75.93%

  2. No, this might be a bad influence. (3 votes [5.56%])

    Percentage of vote: 5.56%

  3. OMG YOU CRAZY AMERICANS ARE RUINING THE CHILDREN IN THE REST OF THE WORLD!!! (10 votes [18.52%])

    Percentage of vote: 18.52%

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#221 Urbanoutlaw

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Posted 26 November 2013 - 10:05 PM

Glad you like the hardware  & yes, the Dragonov is real (Bulgarian) & surprisingly easy on the

bad shoulder.

 

Been thinking about picking up something in .243 & .270 myself, they're among the few calibers

still readily available.  As for .45, I can still reload.  I take my buddy & his kids shooting so the kids

can chase down the brass.

 

Standard warning here:  If you reload get a good manual, Hornady, Lee, etc & follow it to the letter.

 

Failure to do so may result in learning to rat w/ sticks tied to stumps.


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#222 Huckleberry Pie

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Posted 26 November 2013 - 11:05 PM

BUMP ALERT!!!!

 

Okay it's been a bit, but I'm curious what people's collections look like these days (in actuality

my cable pissed me off for the last time & I can only cuss at GTA Online so much). 

 

Simple enough, pics weapons you (or family) own or use in military/police service & relevant

comments.  I would also answer questions on subject.

 

Just a headsup, this is almost a 5 year bump so quoted prices have probably changed & a lot

of images are gone.  Surprised mine are still there as the photo account they're in was attached

to my exGF & thought she would have replaced have replaced them all w/ Lithuanian midget porn.

 

So if Chris is on Holiday on Malta or something, let him know his favorite GD American found a

working keyboard.

 

No, the guy w/ the Dragonov is not from Duck Dynasty.

 

So you got your computer fixed, 'aye? Other than the aforementioned connection problem if I'm not mistaken.

 

My dad has this Glock pistol, and a Spike's M16 if I'm not mistaken. He also had this rifle adapter for the pistol to be used as a rifle, but it didn't fit his piece at all.


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#223 Urbanoutlaw

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Posted 27 November 2013 - 06:46 PM

Money's tight ATM so I'm using the laptop that's also my phone server, barely runs & randomly

shuts down.  Eventually I'll get it sorted & start posting pics again, just not real soon.


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#224 Nate10

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Posted 04 February 2014 - 08:01 PM

 I want to get a reloading kit. Awesome to hear you're taking out the youngins' to get them comfortable in the environment.

 

Nice choice on thinking .243 and .270 UO. Highly recommend them. What brands are you looking at?

 

To the TGTAP users not familiar with firearms, .243 and .270 are calibers I recommend to everyone for a good amount of situations, but with recommending calibers it all comes down to what the needs are and what medium(s) will be applied, whether that's recreational target shooting, hunting, competition, you name it(though I can't think of others). Bottom of the line factor in what you need over your wants. a 30-06 does not NEED to be your first gun.

 

.243 is perfect for the tiny black tail we get around here, but I just bought a rifle in .270 and slapped a 3x9 Leupold on it(9 days into the 10 day period, getting it tomorrow. God damn it's a beautiful rifle, will take a picture for you UO when I get it). We're talking humane kills, minimal meat damage with good shot placement and if I decide to hunt bigger game I can with better conscious. Plus I'm a hell of a shot with a .270.

 

Not really sure where you're living so I can't talk on the meat you have near you. If you're hunting, since you're looking into .270, read up on .300WSM. Short actions shedding off a little weight making long hunting trips easier and a high range of bullet choices for allowance to be able to pick off a wide range of animal and damn, do they put things down.

 

Will be glad to hear from you when we can.


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