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the skill that some of you guys have a photography always makes me envious....

everybody on our site makes fun of me for being able to build anything and take the crappiest of pictures of it. :-0

photo's definitely are not my strong point, but man some of you guys are seriously good at that end.

maybe Ruffy should have Kamera Katy take some pix for me?
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the skill that some of you guys have a photography always makes me envious....

everybody on our site makes fun of me for being able to build anything and take the crappiest of pictures of it. :-0

photo's definitely are not my strong point, but man some of you guys are seriously good at that end.

maybe Ruffy should have Kamera Katy take some pix for me?
Crappy cell phone pictures all the way brotha! Lol
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Old 09-25-2011, 08:57 PM
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I'll put up pics of my lulz guns for now. Pics of the others might come up if I'm not too lazy to take a picture or to connect my external HD to my computer.



Two Iver Johnson revolvers. The top one is chambered in .32 auto and the break action in .38. The .38 is in pretty rough shape, I'm not even sure if it's safe enough to fire. The .32 is more promising. Both date from around 1890-1915.



Also, no, they're not worth anything.



Who can go wrong with a 10/22? Pretty much shown here giving the finger to Michael Coleman's AWB. I'll tac it out at a later time.

Maybe more to come after burgers and James Bond...
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I'll put up pics of my lulz guns for now. Pics of the others might come up if I'm not too lazy to take a picture or to connect my external HD to my computer.



Two Iver Johnson revolvers. The top one is chambered in .32 auto and the break action in .38. The .38 is in pretty rough shape, I'm not even sure if it's safe enough to fire. The .32 is more promising. Both date from around 1890-1915.



Also, no, they're not worth anything.



Who can go wrong with a 10/22? Pretty much shown here giving the finger to Michael Coleman's AWB. I'll tac it out at a later time.

Maybe more to come after burgers and James Bond...
you see the MK46 kit for the Ruger 1022. its the epitome of tacticool

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9nOAYEwgFuk

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Hey warpig, could you find out if they have a conversion kit for a Remington 597 set up like that or a M60.
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wow that m60 conversion kit is a lot of "stuff" for a 22!

heres a pix of the 22lr's i built last winter.

these started out as 80% Razor blanks frrom SelectFire Phil. you buy them mill them out and then add your barrel, stock, FCG and optics of choice. the one in the regular cheap stock is a 18" bull barrel from Green Mountain, i opened up the stock bed to let the big barrel lay in there.. took about 5 extra minutes to do that.... i like the bull barrels.

the bottom one is a 16.5" Lothar fluted barrel and its a Stockys' stock... its my favorite when the daughter will let m me shoot it.

these are a super shooters and a ton of fun for my girls.



below is the 22magnum before the scope.. this Razor Magnum is also from a 80% chunk of aluminum that you mill out yourself and turn into the receiver... then ad your parts and stir..

for this one i used a whistle pig aluminum barrel with custom steel liner, Stocky's stock (this one is a BLEM but you cant tell it... cost me $50!!) total weight of this thing is right at 4.5lbs. excellent shooter and this one is for me!! :-)

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$1100 for that conversion is seriously hefty. Needs a gat trigger!
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hey sdk, if you ever do a barrel swap, check out Bergara. I might give'em a shot with my Remington 597. My grand pa got it when I was in 7th grade... Its still registerd in his name though. I got to get a new stock for it though. And Ohio Ordanace is selling the bull dog style gatling gun plus theres no other paper work to fill out or tax stamps
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Hey warpig, could you find out if they have a conversion kit for a Remington 597 set up like that or a M60.
ill keep my eyes open. i found that kit while on youtube, i dont own it (shoulda specified that sorry)
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I have to say, though I am totally into airsoft I will probably never own a real firearm. My dad was raised Quaker so he is very against weapons, but I am extremely envious of all of you guys with the awesome arsenals. I do however love collecting knives and have quite a few of them . Keep posting the pics guys! I very much enjoy looking at them.
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I have to say, though I am totally into airsoft I will probably never own a real firearm. My dad was raised Quaker so he is very against weapons, but I am extremely envious of all of you guys with the awesome arsenals. I do however love collecting knives and have quite a few of them . Keep posting the pics guys! I very much enjoy looking at them.
Honestly, that was the reason I originally got into airsoft. My mom hates guns and I wanted something that could tide me over. It was an uphill battle to even get airsoft guns and I didn't get my first AEG until I was 17. Don't worry, wait until you move out or when out from under the influence of your parents. That's when the good times roll.
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Old 09-26-2011, 01:25 PM
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I have to say, though I am totally into airsoft I will probably never own a real firearm. My dad was raised Quaker so he is very against weapons, but I am extremely envious of all of you guys with the awesome arsenals. I do however love collecting knives and have quite a few of them . Keep posting the pics guys! I very much enjoy looking at them.
totally understand and respect your opinion and right to have or not have them.

my children are free to make their own choices.

however they have been raised & taught from the time they were babies on how to handle, care for, use and protect both firearms and themselves from firearms.

i still think airsoft guns are the premier way to teach children who are interested in "real steel" the ropes and get them completely comfortable before moving on to other things...

we just didnt have airsoft guns when my girls started shooting, although they both love to destroy pizza boxes with them now. :-)

back to the direct topic:

here is Lilly when she was 10 at a get together we had and she is trying out my friend "heckinohio" Maxim in full auto... this was only a 300yd range.



& 20 second video...

http://s60.photobucket.com/albums/h1...ent=Lilly3.mp4
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Have to love WWI machine guns. ^
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very nice. another person who knows how to take good photo's..

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huge CZ-75 fan myself, have you ever been up to the shooting range in New Albany? They have a CZ that's been modified for competition shooting and that thing is probably one of most accurate pistols I've shot.
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huge CZ-75 fan myself, have you ever been up to the shooting range in New Albany? They have a CZ that's been modified for competition shooting and that thing is probably one of most accurate pistols I've shot.
I've never been there myself, my shooting range tends to be my backyard :P I love my CZ, currently its my only one, but if I end up getting another pistol, I will definitely go the CZ route. I actually prefer the feel of it in hand over the 1911, but the width/weight keep it in a bedside role as opposed to carry.
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I've never been there myself, my shooting range tends to be my backyard :P I love my CZ, currently its my only one, but if I end up getting another pistol, I will definitely go the CZ route. I actually prefer the feel of it in hand over the 1911, but the width/weight keep it in a bedside role as opposed to carry.
It was a bit of a toss up for me, choosing between the CZ and a 1911, but after spending time with both guns on the range, I am just more accurate with a 1911 and because I have small hands the single stack/slim grip is a lot more comfortable for me.
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hey are you the same Totenkopf i know from GUNCO?

cause thats just not an ID that everybody uses... or maybe it is... :-)
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Anyone got an SKS? Or a Mosen Nagant "modernized"?
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Anyone got an SKS? Or a Mosen Nagant "modernized"?
yes, i have a NORINCO SKS with an aftermarket SVD Stock, tapco 20 round magazine and bi pod. picture is on the first page
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hey are you the same Totenkopf i know from GUNCO?

cause thats just not an ID that everybody uses... or maybe it is... :-)
This is the only place that I go by Totenkopf, so no I am not.
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Meh.

I'll bite a little.

This is my newest purchase of a few months ago. Smith and Wesson Body Guard 380. It's a backup gun / very good 'pocket carry' gun. It's in .380 but with the right ammo that fixes that issue. It's better to have something than nothing.

Perfect summer time carry gun and great ankle holster backup gun. Easy to slip a soft pocket holster over it, put it in your pocket, and roll.

I modified it a little by sticking some old rubber decal grips from a Glock 23 onto it. With a little adjusting they fit perfectly. (Just had to flip the frame grips upside down and they fit the SWBG perfect.) I had them laying around due to a shipping error (Ordered the SAND grips not the rubber grips, they sent me the sand ones and told me to keep the rubber ones. FTW.) So I put them to use.







Fires great. Has a lot of 'big gun' features in a tiny package, and the ammo is not too expensive to shoot either...

The defense ammo however is a different story. Ouch.
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Got to pick up my mossberg 930spx today. Pics will be up
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