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 on: Yesterday at 11:49:24 PM 
Started by Plinker - Last post by Plinker
To the walls...

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 on: Yesterday at 11:19:56 PM 
Started by reptileexperts - Last post by reptileexperts
Itís the 28x1/2 it broke loose tonight and suppressor mounted right on it. Loaded it up with the deagle in the new case by Cedar Mills (tactical dual rifle)



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 on: Yesterday at 06:57:45 PM 
Started by duckyblue - Last post by rjhyland
I took a standard light mount to a torch (not aluminum but a steel one) and bent it down as close to 90 degrees as I could then mounted it to the top pic rail. With my left hand up front the rear the cap button is very easy to activate with my thumb. Also, the fore button at the 45 is very easy to hit with my thumb for low, medium, high and strobe. Does not get in the way with my left eye on the dot with both eyes open.




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 on: Yesterday at 06:42:22 PM 
Started by INV136 - Last post by boscoman
I picked up my Tavor 7 in OD Green yesterday.  What a beauty!  The LEO distributor that I purchased from told me that IWI had recently modified the bolt of the Tavor 7. That is why there was a delay in releasing the latest batch of rifles.  Does anyone know what modification was made to the bolt and why?  Thanks.

Not quite sure where they got the info from. According to IWI rep, no changes from original 7 shipments. Maybe he just wanted to make you feel better for having to wait. :>)

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 on: Yesterday at 06:35:41 PM 
Started by Frostburg - Last post by Frostburg
Yeah, it would likely either be the shotgun or then, the .223. Maybe Barnes frangible .223 bullets.

I actually don't have any familiarity with pistols. I've never shot one. I would want to go through schooling/training before I ever handle one, much less consider one. But one day, perhaps after I move away from my current city.

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 on: Yesterday at 06:17:00 PM 
Started by Frostburg - Last post by rjhyland
Not an expert, but here is my go to's.
Sold my KSG. Couldn't trust it. With my rifles I'll think of "What if" and I am responsible for that round where ever it goes, even if it's through the wall and across the street.

For me I think the Glock 19 inside the Micro-Roni. Love that setup. Small, light, fast, maneuverable. I put a Holosun red dot on it and the 65MOA ring with the dot makes it quick to get on target. And it's always on. No buttons to mess with under stress. And I have 66 rounds of 9mm right there in that tiny package. It has a light and it's sling'd so no one will rip it from you if an intruder should grab it around a corner. Being in the Roni chases you can pull it tight to your shoulder too for good stability for better accuracy. especially if your shooting hand with a pistol were to get the Butterflies in a bad situation like that. Girlfriend in mind. It's easy to hide and good from 5 feet to 50 yards.

Next would be the shotgun. My TS12 with 16 rounds of Double 00 of course. Then the G17.

In reality, what ever one is closest because of my suburban neighborhood those would be my choices.

She can go stun gun too as those put out some serious muscle disabling power. Back that up with a Base ball bat and depending on how feisty she is that may be worse than getting shot.





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 on: Yesterday at 04:39:09 PM 
Started by reptileexperts - Last post by Andygold

Compared to a 12Ē SBR with the wMLxl attached. Since itís going to be more of a close quarters rifle I should have went with the smaller 400 lumen version so it would have set a little more snug on the tail. Side note. The flash hider looks like the A3 tulip. Can anyone confirm? The barrel was suppose to ship as the 28x1/2 but appears to me to be the m13. Havenít attempted to remove it yet but did order the rat worx adapter for my suppressor.


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The tulip for the 1/2-28 has a few lines milled into it that wrap around the hider, and I believe the check nut too.  I can't tell from your picture if it has the lines.

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 on: Yesterday at 04:13:22 PM 
Started by INV136 - Last post by Tactical_T
I picked up my Tavor 7 in OD Green yesterday.  What a beauty!  The LEO distributor that I purchased from told me that IWI had recently modified the bolt of the Tavor 7. That is why there was a delay in releasing the latest batch of rifles.  Does anyone know what modification was made to the bolt and why?  Thanks.


It sounds like you have a homework assignment.
To email IWI USA, ask for details on the bolt mod, confirm if the OD Green model has the mod, and share their response with the rest of us.  Grin

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 on: Yesterday at 04:05:59 PM 
Started by Frostburg - Last post by Frostburg
Yeah, my M500 has the traditional shotgun grip, lol. And YES, I do have a lever action .22lr. The Henry H001 rifle. It's literally one of my FAVORITE rifles to shoot. Light weight, zero recoil, smooth action, and the trigger is as light and breaks crisp as bacon. It holds like (15 rds?) in the tube. I ordered a set of M16A2 style aperture and post style sights for it, specifically designed for .22lr rifles. I would spend all afternoon popping soda cans, pez dispensers, 2 liters, eggs, aerosol cans, old cookware, etc. in my backyard from my back porch while in college. I would collect all the brass into a glass jar that I kept on my back porch table that people would notice when visiting. I've had people offer me good money for it. I'll never sell it. But I've let everyone shoot it who is interested, esp. my non-shooting friends who've never shot before. I HIGHLY recommend everyone have one. Most fun little rifle a person can own.

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 on: Yesterday at 03:26:54 PM 
Started by Frostburg - Last post by whiskey91lima
If there was a proper .22lr rifle that was designed with reliability in mind, I would consider it. But I don't imagine anything like that exists.

IMO no. Rimfire cartridges inherently have reliability problems. Bolt actions work well but are very slow in CQB. Maybe there is a good lever action 22lr?

I do have a good weapon light for my shotty. I would, however, want some sort of reflex sight for it. It has ghost ring irons on it, which is fine with the weapon light on. But a reflex or holosight would help minimize the chance for human error, in terms of alignment or even visibility of the reticle when I'm slamming my body against a door jamb for cover.

IMO, the standard single bead sight on a shotgun works well for fast acquisition and high adrenaline.

I have never considered a Keltec KSG. Does it have a good record for reliability? From what I hear, prior to the RDB, Keltec has had a spotty history of reliability.

I don't know. I've heard that the KSG has spotty reliability. The KS7 is a newer single magazine tube model which I haven't heard anything negative about.

I have a 20g Mossberg 500 and it is my absolute favorite shotgun. I use it for skeet shooting and bird hunting but have thought about getting a M500 for home defense. Also, I don't like pistol grips on shotguns. In my experience, they actually make shotguns harder to use compared to the traditional grip.

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