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Damn, I am all excited. I got to shoot my first full auto today. I went to my "shooting lease" and there were some guys there with some fabulous weapons. I was able to shoot the MP5 and one of the M16's
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the amazing thing is that all the weapons pictured are FA except the Krink...
 

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Those M60's were out-freakin-ragious!

but the little mac-11 was tooo fast...

they also had some silenced 22's I didn't get a picture of that were not as loud as a pellet gun....
 

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If I ever win the lotto I will buy a real Thompson and MP5.

I shot my first full Auto in July 1990 at Fort Jackson South Carolina.
 

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a buddy of mine has a sten MKII (yes tax stamp and all the paperwork), and it is a blast to shoot. It has been offered to many but I kindly passed on getting it (don't have the cash). It is fun to shoot and 32 rounds goes by quick enough. BTW those are some nice pics posted.
 

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Good Lord man......Let the fun begin and the lead fly and quick bring me more ammo. Looked like alot of fun and great pics....nothing like those full autos to get the blood flowing....Ft Sill Oaklahoma is where I got my rocks off for the first time....Its great that we have a good uncle sam to take us shooting and supply all the fixings.
 

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One of my fellow shooting club members is a Class III dealer and gunsmith. I've fired his MP5 and his 9mm M-16. I was surprised to find how easy it is to fire the magical "three-round burst". These two weapons were easily controllable, too.

I was hooked, but when he told me the price of the guns (around $15,000.00 each), I decided that I'd stick to semi-auto!
 
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