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#221 12 years ago

German American Gun? The Hk416. An M16 style rifle i wouldnt mind hawking a few AK's to own Already got an American produced G-3 Clone. now if i could just get my hands on a G41 the world would be a better place....for me.




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#222 12 years ago
Roaming East;3367396German American Gun? The Hk416. An M16 style rifle i wouldnt mind hawking a few AK's to own Already got an American produced G-3 Clone. now if i could just get my hands on a G41 the world would be a better place....for me.

Isn't H&K a German company that happens to sell things in the U.S. as well? Not an American compnay, exactly.

And I personally would have an orgasm over getting a G41. And I would have multiple orgasms over a MG42.




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#223 12 years ago

eh kinda. Not to long ago it was owned by Brits, but as many of their weapons are actually produced here in America you get the unique combination of German technical engineering melding with American Quality machining and *BOOM*, magic happens.




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#224 12 years ago

If you want a quality long range AR, look at the Armalite AR-10T. Chambered in 7.62 NATO, it's a really accurate rifle. I've shot one before, but I don't own one (yet). DPMS Panther Arms makes a buch of ARs in calibers aside from 5.56/.223. .204 Ruger, .260 Remington, .300 SAUM. Great for long range shooting.




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#225 12 years ago

Im kinda spaced out for 7.62N rifles at the moment. Got my Springer M14 and my G3. my AR15 is rather long in the tooth however and as my nephew is approaching training age with a rifle it will probably go over to him. Cant imagine life without at least ONE AR15 though.




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#226 12 years ago

If you want a really fun rifle try out the Vulcan Armament V-73. I picked one up a couple of years ago at a gunshow for about $780, it's basicly an American made copy of the Israeli Galil ARM. It's a beast of a rifle, weighing in at more than 8 1/2 Lbs, and the MSRP on one of these babies is about $1700. But lemme tell ya', it's a bitch to hump but it's a great shoot. Mine's even got the bottle-opener!




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#227 12 years ago

Galil? no thanks. 8lbs of rifle doesnt bother me as much as the poor sights and limited use of it. Would be fun to bring to the range and show off though. Good price though. For that much i would be hard pressed not to buy it for prosperities sake




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#228 12 years ago
Roaming East;3367426Im kinda spaced out for 7.62N rifles at the moment. Got my Springer M14 and my G3. my AR15 is rather long in the tooth however and as my nephew is approaching training age with a rifle it will probably go over to him. Cant imagine life without at least ONE AR15 though.

Oh man, no kidding. Once Black Rifle Disease hits, it just never leaves. Let's see... M-16A1, M-4 with an Aimpoint CompM3, foregrip and SureFire, and a long range M-16A4 with a 20x Leo scope and a bipod. Of course, the military designations just used for simplicity's sake.




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#229 12 years ago

We haven't had enough pictures here. Start showing off, dammit! :p




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#230 12 years ago

Enjoy.

Ohio Arms AK-74. Colt AR-15A1. DPMS CAR UTE.