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    Postak one for 4th 8.5" 308!

    this is one for 4th--an 8.5 inch 308 semi auto pistol!

    this should make 10.5 ar-15s in 5.56 and 7.62x39 run for cover!


    better have your ear plugs in and the muffs on!
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    I had a vector v51, I think it had a 10" bbl, it was brutal to shoot. my 10" fal pistol is much more manageable, specially with the bipod.

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    i wonder what it would be like cut back to 5.5"? --LOL!

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    I like it. 308. Guy at the range was shooting a 308, think it was an AR.
    Damn thing sounded like a howitzer. WTF over.
    Wish I had one of those too pay him back. Gave me a damn headache.
    Sending two more down too my ex friend Pirate for engraving. He yelled at me.
    Actually called me a drunk. Yup. A drunk.
    "You were supposed too send them down last week you drunk."
    I am waiting for the extra spring kit too arrive. Those damn springs are all over the yard, shed, canal, God know where. Pain in the ass building these things.
    The ATF agent does my stamps sounds hot. I may go too Virginia and meet her.
    Would be kinda cool having an ATF agent for a girlfriend.
    "Here honey. Take this paperwork too work with you. Fill it out and put a stamp on it. I will have dinner ready for you when you get home. Love yah honey."
    "Man needs but two things to survive alone in the woods. A blow up female doll and his trusty old AK-47" - Thomas Jefferson 1781


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    Note the "loaded chamber indicator"...

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    Quote Originally Posted by [486] View Post
    now here is a SBR folks!

    Note the "loaded chamber indicator"...
    now here is a SBR folks!!

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    not going to be any hair or lashes on that guy.

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    My brake on my ar-10 makes the noise alot louder standing next to the shooter than being the shooter 4th. Almost to loud being next to it

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    LOL I know the guy that made that gun/took that pic.

    IT'S A JOKE!!

    Look at the cocking handle slot: guess what? IT's DONE WITH A SHARPIE MARKER!!

    Also note the barrel is so short that the tip of the bullet is sticking out.

    SUCKERS!!!!

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    Damn. Good pict. 486.. I am glad you spotted that eyegun. Good eye eyegun. No pun intended.
    Well I will be damned. I almost pressed the buy button.
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    - Range. 20 feet.
    - Flame. Awesome.
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