in selling it for 500 kr.
thats about 85$
[quote=Big LeBowSki why not just shot the man in the face..? if i wanted to crush a mans face i would use a baseball bat.. or a brick.. or some other heavy shit[/quote] Because in home defense, self defense, or a war setting when you consider any weapon you have to consider possibilitys. Particularly in todays modern Urban combat heavy settings(As if your in the open you quickly get smashed via airpower) your seeing alot of the return to Warsaw/Stalingrad style fighting where you will end up with an enemy in your face. A gun that doubles as a decent melee weapon is a big plus. (And for my personal use it's manditory.) Enemy's are not always nice enough to stay at range to shoot them. It's nice to be able to do something if they are close.
actully i would consider a ´M11 to be a close quaters weapon.. now i can see the point if we where talking about a rifle sized weapon. different weapons for different purposes..
Big LeBowSkiactully i would consider a ´M11 to be a close quaters weapon.. now i can see the point if we where talking about a rifle sized weapon. different weapons for different purposes..
You can hit someone with a pistol or other SMG's without damaging the weapon because they are designed to absorb the damage and are built to higher standards. Much like how you can use Desert Eagle as an improt to hammer but try and use Glock 17 to do the same and your going to break the thing.
Here is my Cz75, it's only semi-auto, but at least that saves gas and bullets. :p It is a bit worn, but IMO it makes it look more authentic (the front of the barrel was painted black by the previous owner as not to shine too much, but otherwise it is an rather accurate copy of the real one). You may wonder why a Cz75 of all alternatives, but I wanted something from Eastern Europe, and couldn't find any airsoft versions of Soviet pistols, so this Czech masterpiece was close enough...