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Old 01-14-2012, 09:06 PM   #1
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I love my jeep, But this is my baby

my custom built S&W AR-15. I've got a nice collection locked up.. but this is one of my favorites to hunt with or just take to local shooting range..

powerful , accurate , light, Mod-friendly & reliable.

Anyone else on the forums into firearms?
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Old 01-14-2012, 09:12 PM   #2
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I wanna get a new ar i have one but its a older one. Yours is sick
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Old 01-14-2012, 09:21 PM   #3
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Pistol man here, love my Glock 23, and my Seecamp .32 for the summertime
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Old 01-14-2012, 09:28 PM   #4
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Anyone else on the forums into firearms?

Sexy AR there.



I have some.



There's my Stag LH AR, and Imbel GL FAL.



I've got a M16A1 in my trunk right now. It's old and pretty worn, but I didn't turn my nose up at a free machine gun:


I'm getting into .44 Mags now. A buddy gave me his old single stage reloader and a bunch of .44 components and dies.
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Old 01-14-2012, 09:32 PM   #5
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Pistol man here, love my Glock 23, and my Seecamp .32 for the summertime

Nice the Glock 23 is a great pistol, I was in the market for one to add to my collection but instead I ended up going with the Ruger SR40

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Old 01-14-2012, 09:37 PM   #6
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Nice collection you got there DaisyCutter.. haha and yeah of course m16's are bitchen man.. especially if you got it for free!
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Old 01-14-2012, 09:39 PM   #7
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Im not old enough to be collecting guns yet. (only 16). But me nd my dad go shooting and I think revolvers are the most fun, intimate, and reliable.
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Old 01-14-2012, 10:05 PM   #8
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Good looking gun.

Currently I've got a handful of guns at the house and I'm considering a few new ones. I have finally convinced my wife I need an AR. So I'm starting to shop around a bit for a carbine model. I found one at the gun show the other day that was either a Colt or Bushmaster for about $500. I didn't have the cash and it wasn't on my shopping list so I passed. I don't need all the fancy optics (I can't shoot just fine through iron sights), although I'll probably add some sort of scope and mount for a flashlight. Mine will be used primarily for hog hunting.

I'm also in the market for a new CCW. I've got a Glock 27 that I'm probably going to try trading for a Glock 22 and then pick up a Ruger LCP or Keltec .380 for my carry weapon.
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Old 01-14-2012, 10:22 PM   #9
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Glock 22s and 27s go well together. I've got a 22 on hip now, and a 27 stuffed under my thigh, LOL.




My accuracy is equivalent with either. The 27 takes a tad longer for follow-up shots and long range stuff.


I've got some zombie squirrel tools in the safe too:




FWIW, red-dot sights aren't critical or anything. If I had the extra money to outfit my rifles with duty level optics, then I might consider it... but I'm doing well to maintain my stash of mags and practice ammo. There is also something to be said for the simplicity of iron sights, their ruggedness, and precision. I spent a couple decades shooting before red-dots became popular, so I'm comfortable with iron sights.

I outfitted my personal AR with a combo fiber optic/trijicon front sight post, which works well as night.

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Yeah.. Red dots are great, I've got one installed on 1 of my kel-tecs works very well, but honestly for the most part i prefer my iron sights.. That scope you see installed on my AR is a Burris prism scope.. cross hair goes from black,Red or green. It's a 3 x 32 zoom and replicates the way the famous ACOG Scopes work, but about 600$ less. I payed about 300 for mine and i freaking love it..

If anyone is in the market for a prism scope I definitely suggest the Burris
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Old 01-14-2012, 11:26 PM   #11
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Jeep and glock man here! I have a glock 19. And a mossberg 12 gauge. Nothing like 4 wheeling up to the mountains and shooting off some rounds!
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Good looking gun.

Currently I've got a handful of guns at the house and I'm considering a few new ones. I have finally convinced my wife I need an AR. So I'm starting to shop around a bit for a carbine model. I found one at the gun show the other day that was either a Colt or Bushmaster for about $500. I didn't have the cash and it wasn't on my shopping list so I passed. I don't need all the fancy optics (I can't shoot just fine through iron sights), although I'll probably add some sort of scope and mount for a flashlight. Mine will be used primarily for hog hunting.

I'm also in the market for a new CCW. I've got a Glock 27 that I'm probably going to try trading for a Glock 22 and then pick up a Ruger LCP or Keltec .380 for my carry weapon.
The Ruger LCP is a fantastic pistol, I've fired one and I do like it a lot. may i make a suggestions though... FIRE one before you purchase it ! ALSO check out the Ruger SR9 Compact beautiful fire arm right there..
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Model 1873 lever action Winchester .44 caliber
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Just a few, since photo was taken I have added a rem 700 LTR in .308, S&W M&P 40 pro, and Mossberg 500 pistol grip with breaching choke.
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