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Aug 04, 2020 16:14 |  #4606


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Aug 04, 2020 17:28 |  #4607

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Sandman-S, right? Love mine. Good cans.

Nice shot too. Good lighting.


I don't have an R, its an RP. Forum doesn't recognize that yet.

  
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Aug 05, 2020 15:01 |  #4608

ilkhan wrote in post #19104019 (external link)
Sandman-S, right? Love mine. Good cans.

Nice shot too. Good lighting.

Thank you. And yeah, Sandman-s. Been a big fan of it so far.


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My RRA LAR9 SBR w/ TPM Firearms MP5SD silencer!

This has been a long project in the making. I have always wanted a MP5SD due to the uniqueness of the silencer which uses ports in barrel immediately after the chamber. When a bullet is fired the gasses bleed off into an expansion chamber within the silencer, reducing the speed of standard 115gr ammo to subsonic velocities. The bullet then passes through 6 K-Baffles to further suppress the sound of the shot.

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Aug 18, 2020 09:48 |  #4610

I need more guns, if only they were not in the perpetual "notify me when available" condition.


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Aug 18, 2020 13:21 |  #4611

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Ain't that the truth, brother ! ...... although you have a nice trifecta right there.

I lucked-out, and found the "notify me when available" email within 9 minutes after it was sent. It allowed me to pick-up one that set my heart on fire. Springfield .308 Saint Victor 10.3" pistol.
It also gave me the 1st chance to use my new patriotic background.

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Aug 18, 2020 13:41 |  #4612

hammer418 wrote in post #19111101 (external link)
Ain't that the truth, brother ! ...... although you have a nice trifecta right there.

I lucked-out, and found the "notify me when available" email within 9 minutes after it was sent. It allowed me to pick-up one that set my heart on fire. Springfield .308 Saint Victor 10.3" pistol.
It also gave me the 1st chance to use my new patriotic background.

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Looks great! I'm a little envious, good grab. That's hot out the factory. I've been eyeballing that .308 too. It's just nuts out there, the Great Gun Rush of 2020. I haven't been so lucky with those emails....they come in, I check em, and poof you know in literal minutes back to "notify me when available". Hell, even lowers & parts are hen's teeth.


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Aug 18, 2020 21:59 |  #4613

riffster wrote in post #19111108 (external link)
Looks great! I'm a little envious, good grab. That's hot out the factory. I've been eyeballing that .308 too. It's just nuts out there, the Great Gun Rush of 2020. I haven't been so lucky with those emails....they come in, I check em, and poof you know in literal minutes back to "notify me when available". Hell, even lowers & parts are hen's teeth.

I know .... and I fear that it might get worse, before it gets better !




  
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Aug 25, 2020 14:02 |  #4614

Awesome shot Hammer! Love me some stubby 308's !!

I have a Sig 716 CQB factory SBR. A 12.5" 308. Shown running the AAC 762-SD can. It's a 20 image stack for DOF. I don't think I've posted this before.


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Retired, but still learning ...

  
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Aug 25, 2020 14:17 |  #4615

Jerry-R wrote in post #19114706 (external link)
Awesome shot Hammer! Love me some stubby 308's !!

I have a Sig 716 CQB factory SBR. A 12.5" 308. Shown running the AAC 762-SD can. It's a 20 image stack for DOF. I don't think I've posted this before.


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No, I don't believe that you have posted it. It's a great shot, and quite the firearm. I'm very jealous of your suppressor. With the long wait for the NFA stamp, I'm afraid (at my age) that I'd expire and be pushin' daisies before receiving approval ! :lol:




  
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Aug 25, 2020 14:38 |  #4616

hammer418 wrote in post #19114712 (external link)
No, I don't believe that you have posted it. It's a great shot, and quite the firearm. I'm very jealous of your suppressor. With the long wait for the NFA stamp, I'm afraid (at my age) that I'd expire and be pushin' daisies before receiving approval ! :lol:

The best time to buy a suppressor is 20 years ago. The 2nd best time is today.


I don't have an R, its an RP. Forum doesn't recognize that yet.

  
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Aug 25, 2020 14:50 |  #4617

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The best time to buy a suppressor is 20 years ago. The 2nd best time is today.

hehe ..... there is much truth in this statement ! ;-)a




  
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Aug 25, 2020 19:30 |  #4618

My pair of single action .454 Casull revolvers. Top one is a Freedom Arms Model 83 Premier and the bottom is a Ruger Super Blackhawk Bisley.


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Aug 25, 2020 19:44 |  #4619

My Springfield M1A Walnut Scout Squad after a local gunsmith did a hand checkering and hand rub down on the stock.


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Aug 25, 2020 19:48 |  #4620

Same gunsmith did a complete makeover on my 1977 Marlin 39A. I smoothed the sharp edges on the trigger and lever, he sent the steel out for a high polish and deep blue and fitted a checkered walnut stock. Hand rubbed of course. I had the trigger 24 carat gold plated.


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