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    As soon as my next and final gun(atleast for a couple years ) arrives in a bout a week, ill post my collection, its decent.

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    I'll post this for now:


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    - Franchi PA8
    - Colt AR15 MT6601
    - Iver Johnson M1 Carabine
    - Browning HP
    - S&W .38 SPL

    other pics here: http://www.snafu.altervista.org/

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    Kenneth Lew, I like the collection of P7s and SBRs, I'm thinking this thread will do me more harm than good

    Good job so far guys, there's allot of nice firearms being exposed, keep em coming

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    I'll get pics soon, but I've got a 7.62 Galil ARM, a Winchester M14, a Glock 17 and a smattering of .22's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Andrews
    I'll get pics soon, but I've got a 7.62 Galil ARM, a Winchester M14, a Glock 17 and a smattering of .22's
    How do you like the galil? In the states, the Galil is a rather expensive piece of equipment.

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    @ Frens
    Do UE citizens have same possibility to get gun permit in Italy as Italians, or this odesn't work that way..?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herrmannek
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    Do UE citizens have same possibility to get gun permit in Italy as Italians, or this odesn't work that way..?
    I really don't know...sorry. But I don't think so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frens
    Quote Originally Posted by Herrmannek
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    Do UE citizens have same possibility to get gun permit in Italy as Italians, or this odesn't work that way..?
    I really don't know...sorry. But I don't think so.
    Damn Italy is much closer than US si could give it a try without risking much money of course if i would know i could get all those guns there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devgru77
    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Andrews
    I'll get pics soon, but I've got a 7.62 Galil ARM, a Winchester M14, a Glock 17 and a smattering of .22's
    How do you like the galil? In the states, the Galil is a rather expensive piece of equipment.
    That pic is from an unofficial shoot Afterwards we realised that, in all the excitement, we'd forgotton to recover our brass - so we had to go back for it . Very professional
    Its a big brute of a gun and great fun to shoot! It cost me ú450 when I bought it 1992. I have never been able to shoot it as well as I can my M14 though.
    One thing I dont like about the Galil is the fact that the rear sight comes off with the receiver cover.
    Two of my friends have them too, however one of them had his extractor break and her can't find a replacement.
    Great gun - but I prefer my Winchester M14!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Andrews
    however one of them had his extractor break and her can't find a replacement.
    Is it illegal to get a machine shop to make the part or would he need to go through a gunsmith?

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    Hey Frens nice Colt, I seen it on Ar15.com


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    Quote Originally Posted by ramy
    Hey Frens nice Colt, I seen it on Ar15.com

    thank you! next colt will be a 16" sporter lightweight carabine

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