• Firearms VI - Mosin McNuggets and Tokarev Tartare
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Col. Jeff Cooper is your "some guy". Mans the father of the modern pistol shooting stance.
[img]http://mg-42.net/images/AG3/ag3th.jpg[/img] Someone on Kongsberg should have been fired 50 years ago. Adding that groove to the AG3 bolts.. thousands on equipment to make that groove and solving a non-existent problem? Just slowly letting the charging handle go forwards is so much of a better solution than messing around with the bolt for five minutes.
[QUOTE=Skullivan21;34627851]Col. Jeff Cooper is your "some guy". Mans the father of the modern pistol shooting stance.[/QUOTE] I had a mental block on his name. Editing the post.
My dad has one of those AK pistol kits laying around. We've found a metal shop that does gold smelting for cheaps. You know what that means! [B]HUSSEIN AK![/B]
There's a company around here that'll do what they call the "Saddam Special" to a short-barrelled shotgun if you buy it from them, it costs an extra $100, but they'll gold plate it and put rhinestones in it.
[QUOTE=Zillamaster55;34629163]My dad has one of those AK pistol kits laying around. We've found a metal shop that does gold smelting for cheaps. You know what that means! [B]HUSSEIN AK![/B][/QUOTE] skeleton stock+RPK mag gogogogo
[QUOTE=Zillamaster55;34629163]My dad has one of those AK pistol kits laying around. We've found a metal shop that does gold smelting for cheaps. You know what that means! [B]HUSSEIN AK![/B][/QUOTE]Just a question, but, did you actually find out if they do anything other than just... smelting? If not, you have a few more steps to go before you reach warlord status. :(
Just remember kids... golden AK's are cool. But Golden Deagles are better.
[QUOTE=Skullivan21;34634135]Just remember kids... golden AK's are cool. But Golden Deagles are better.[/QUOTE] golden glocks are best
No man worth this name would risk the ridicule of his comrades by suggesting there are finitures other than parkerization, old shellac, cosmoline, mud and burlap sacks.
[QUOTE=jimhowl33t;34634496]No man worth this name would risk the ridicule of his comrades by suggesting there are finitures other than parkerization, old shellac, cosmoline, mud and burlap sacks.[/QUOTE] and bakelite+wood pulp
[QUOTE=jimhowl33t;34634496]No man worth this name would risk the ridicule of his comrades by suggesting there are finitures other than parkerization, old shellac, cosmoline, mud and burlap sacks.[/QUOTE] Well done bluing > parkerization
[QUOTE=jimhowl33t;34634496]No man worth this name would risk the ridicule of his comrades by suggesting there are finitures other than parkerization, old shellac, cosmoline, mud and burlap sacks.[/QUOTE] You can say that... but there is an African Warlord in us all.
I said a few pages back that i got a 1911 the other day. All my parts came in and i went a head and put the thing together. I'm pretty happy about the outcome. But, I'm sure someone will complain about it. :words: [img]http://i259.photobucket.com/albums/hh307/Robert-J-B/IMG_3467.jpg?t=1328907138[/img] edit Lol and the sweet irony of faze rating me dumb.
I like it. Its your gun, dont take shit for doing what you want to do with it (as long as its in reason, which this is).
[QUOTE=MR-X;34638379]I said a few pages back that i got a 1911 the other day. All my parts came in and i went a head and put the thing together. I'm pretty happy about the outcome. But, I'm sure someone will complain about it. :words: [img]http://i259.photobucket.com/albums/hh307/Robert-J-B/IMG_3467.jpg?t=1328907138[/img] edit Lol and the sweet irony of faze rating me dumb.[/QUOTE] What's the grip made of?
[QUOTE=PrusseluskenV2;34638709]What's the grip made of?[/QUOTE] It is some polymer, they made it so it looks like elephant ivory. Real ivory is far to expensive, its like 300 bucks for a pair.
Compensator looks weird, rest of it looks awesome.
Its stainless steel/nickle whatever you want to call it. Can't tell from the photo because it looks dark. Didn't want the gun to be overwhelmed by black so i got that to break it up a bit. Looks far better in person.
Not rating the gun dumb...the grips are just...eh
same can be said about UTG rails. They're eh. edit page king [QUOTE=MR-X;34638379]I said a few pages back that i got a 1911 the other day. All my parts came in and i went a head and put the thing together. I'm pretty happy about the outcome. But, I'm sure someone will complain about it. :words: [img]http://i259.photobucket.com/albums/hh307/Robert-J-B/IMG_3467.jpg?t=1328907138[/img] [/QUOTE]
[QUOTE=MR-X;34639014]same can be said about UTG rails. They're eh.[/QUOTE] Oh well. I wasn't flaming you, I hit a rating. You continued it.
You're doing better than the gun from Wanted... [img]http://www.imfdb.org/w/images/thumb/7/7c/Wanted1911.jpg/600px-Wanted1911.jpg[/img] I mean it looks cool and all but WHY did they change the trigger guard?
They didn't. They just used this style of frame: [url]http://olyarms.net/index.php?page=shop.product_details&flypage=flypage.pbv.v8.tpl&product_id=125&category_id=9&option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=5[/url]
I know, but that trigger guard looks soo freaking out of place. Maybe I am just too used to looking at 1911's...
Guy on /k/ posted bubba'd 1916 nugget [img]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/22107915/Die%20waffen/nagant/1916nugget/1328922850545.png[/img] [img]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/22107915/Die%20waffen/nagant/1916nugget/1328922881941.png[/img] [img]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/22107915/Die%20waffen/nagant/1916nugget/1328922951241.png[/img] [img]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/22107915/so%20tired.gif[/img] I don't even know, man.
So who's gonna be in Chantilly this Saturday?
I want the gun from the ISU 152 stuck in my lawn as a flagpole.
Does it shoot?
[QUOTE=cpt.armadillo;34643582]I want the gun from the ISU 152 stuck in my lawn as a flagpole.[/QUOTE] [img]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/d1/IS-7.JPG[/img] You're smalltime.
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