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Discussion in 'Pics and Videos Buffet' started by Glacius, Dec 11, 2007.

  1. rcknrol

    rcknrol Member Established Member

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    Really like those. Have two B's, a 75 D Compact PCR and now a P10 F. CZ makes outstanding handguns.
     
  2. CobraBob

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    1/7/19 Update: The holster has been claimed by an SVTP member.

    Hey, I have a never used S&W M&P Shield 9mm/.40 Tulster IWB Kydex holster (right hand) available for whoever needs it. FREE! The color is black. You only pay for Priority Mail shipping. I bought it last year but never used it because I'm not an IWB fan. Basically brand new. Retail is $59.99. PM me if interested. First one who contacts me with their PayPal info gets it. Once I get your commitment and shipping address I will send a PayPal invoice with the shipping cost. ;)
     
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  3. OETKB

    OETKB bad attitude Premium Member Established Member

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    Been at a match all day and just got home. Ran a different blaster than this one. This one is as yet unfired. Just picked it up yesterday. Poor lighting so this picture suffered. It is not a naked slide, but the roll marks are very "understated", which I like.

    No frills. All business. Wilson Combat CQB with Wilson fitted magwell

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  4. Recon

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    Picked this up today:
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    I don’t know what the hell it is but I like it and bought it. All I know is it’s a bolt action WWI Swedish rifle in 7.5X55, and I busted my thumb trying to work the bolt action.


    Pick your poison.
     
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  5. Recon

    Recon Well-Known Member Established Member

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    Ok. Research concludes it s a Swiss 1911. Another good thing as I took a closer look at the weapon, it’s all numbers matching. I’ll see if my bullet guy can run the serial number to find out a production year.


    Pick your poison.
     
  6. Double"O"

    Double"O" N2S come get some Established Member

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    Always mind the safety detent spring when cleaning your AR...or ya might break it pisses me off lol
     
  7. ssj4sadie

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    How in the world did you accomplish that?
     
  8. Sonic605hp

    Sonic605hp I have a large member. Established Member

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    Double"O" N2S come get some Established Member

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    Very carefully lol

    Little bitch fell out and I didn't notice it...slid my chair back from the table and crushed it under the chair leg...
     
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  10. MarcSpaz

    MarcSpaz Resident Trouble Maker Premium Member Established Member

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    I'm so glad I am not the only one who has done that. LOL... it sucks.
     
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  11. MarcSpaz

    MarcSpaz Resident Trouble Maker Premium Member Established Member

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    My son and I went to Peacemaker National Training Center yesterday. We were shooting my RPR 6.5mm at a 3" target from 500 yards away. What a great time.

    To give you an idea about the distance and how hard it was to even see the target, the video camera was zoomed in at 20x, but my scope is only a 15x. So, you can see the targets better in the recording than you could from the shoot point.

    If you're board and have about 8 minutes to kill.

     
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  12. 13COBRA

    13COBRA Resident Ford Dealer Premium Member Established Member

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    My next 'long' gun will be a RPR. Probably go with their 338.
     
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  13. MarcSpaz

    MarcSpaz Resident Trouble Maker Premium Member Established Member

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    It's a great platform. I think you will really like it. Someone at the range yesterday told me they have the 338 LM version and the muzzle brake works so well that it recoils like a 5.56 NATO.

    My son is looking at getting the 300 WM or the 338 LM version. You guys are gonna make me jealous. LOL
     
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  14. VENOM1

    VENOM1 6.0MAN Established Member

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    Which optic are you running on your RPR?


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  15. RAPTOR5V

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    Nice scout I have two, a Socom 16 and a national match. Love my m1a’s and a Garand will surely be next

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  16. MarcSpaz

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    Its a Burris XTR-II 3-15x50 mounted with an American Defense off-set QD mount (which was dumb, but works for now).

    I am going to try to shoot the same target group on Wednesday, but from 1,000 yards. I hope I can see the damn things. LOL May need to bump to a 5-25x50 instead.
     
  17. KyleSVT

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    Ok so here is a real treat. My friend @TYCOR DEFENSE just picked up an all original 1911 built in 1918. He also has a 1911 built in 1943. Hopefully I can film a little video when we go to the range with theses pistols and get you guys some better pics. It's really incredible holding these pieces of history in your hand. 20190108_191433.jpg 20190108_191437.jpg 20190108_191443.jpg 20190108_191445 (1).jpg 20190108_191510.jpg 20190108_190606.jpg
     
  18. CobraBob

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    Anyone using a TruGlo TFX Pro Tritium/Fiber-Optic Day/Night Sight? I've wanted a set for my S&W Shield. Any advice?
     
  19. VENOM1

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    I like them on my CZ’s, however Trijicon HD’s are slightly better IMO.


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  20. CobraBob

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    I'll check out the Trijicon HD's on Friday while I'm at the range.

    I like that the TruGlo TFX Pro tubes are covered with sapphire glass for protection. The Trijicon HD is, too.
     

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