Thread: Lets see the firearm collection.....

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    Still a very nice Mauser.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oswald View Post
    I wish. It's just both sides of the same one.
    I know. I was being a smart ass. I see the same knot, with the same groves coming out the left side on the right of each pic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gaijinsamurai View Post
    If you were Chinese, you could hold one in each hand and pretend to be in one of John Woo's Hong Kong action flicks!
    I do that with the garands.

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    First the Cz. 61 and then the gold plated Eagle, you're pretty gansta Mr. Hole.

    Beautiful Mauser there Os.

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    The M14 arrived....pics tomorrow....

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    Quote Originally Posted by oswald View Post
    I do that with the garands.
    Oh, so you're the reason Obama wants to keep those garands out of this country!

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    If those garands came into the country I would fill a room with them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laworkerbee View Post
    First the Cz. 61 and then the gold plated Eagle, you're pretty gansta Mr. Hole.

    Beautiful Mauser there Os.
    I played a little trick on you with the Desert Eagle,...it's not mine....but the kitchen table beneath it is mine.

    The Desert Eagle is one of the few guns I would never buy, can see no use for it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Roy Batty View Post
    The M14 arrived....pics tomorrow....
    Great news!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeltaWhisky58 View Post
    Hang on a moment - with that collection have you got any balls, kidneys or even fingers left? You must have a wife in a million Mr Hole.
    Don't worry..I'm still in one piece, there's nothing missing yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kilo 1-1 View Post
    Original Gangsta right there.

    Thuggin and keeping that pimp hand strong.
    ...it's my sister's boyfriend's ....I don't know what went through his head went he bought that "thing"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkeye65 View Post
    Yeah thats not true at all.
    oh? Please elaborate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wiking View Post
    oh? Please elaborate.
    Comparison is really unfair.

    G36 is really "static" compared to the modularity of the SCAR or ACR. Both have the ability to not only change barrels, but calibers on the fly. These rifles are first in the line of rifles that were built modular from ground up. G36 is a traditional rifle in that sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jippo View Post
    Comparison is really unfair.

    G36 is really "static" compared to the modularity of the SCAR or ACR. Both have the ability to not only change barrels, but calibers on the fly. These rifles are first in the line of rifles that were built modular from ground up. G36 is a traditional rifle in that sense.
    Well, sure. but it's still nothing more than a "pimp-my-gun" kit built around a G36 mechanism

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    Quote Originally Posted by wiking View Post
    Well, sure. but it's still nothing more than a "pimp-my-gun" kit built around a G36 mechanism
    Isn't G36 a "pimp-my-gun" kit built on an AR-18 mechanism?

    All weapons tend to be evolutions based on existing design, not revolutions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wiking View Post
    but it's still nothing more than a "pimp-my-gun" kit built around a G36 mechanism
    By your logic a modern car is nothing more than a "pimp-my-car" kit built around a Model T Ford mechanism.

    The short stroke gas piston system is not proprietary to the G36.

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