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Halfcocked
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Posted: 3/31/2001 8:07:30 AM
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I have a chance to buy an Armscor Model 1600 manufactured in the Philippines. It's a .22 LR AR15 replica, sort of. The guy wants $265 for it. Is this something special? What's it worth? Also posted in rim fire.
"Shooting an AR-10 is kind of like driving a vintage "muscle car", you don't necessarily need all that power, but it sure is fun to have and drive."
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Posted: 3/31/2001 9:08:51 PM
halfcocked, i have one! its a hell of a fun little shooter, really fast and light as hell but the price for that one seems high. think i got mine for 175 brand new about 8-9 years ago and they havent changed at all. my first one went full auto when the sear wore out, what a trip, and by full auto, i mean 16 rnds in a sencond, pppppppppppp! turned it in, got this one, no problems and alot of fun.
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Posted: 4/1/2001 9:48:55 AM
Thanks Pompey. My son has been fondeling it since I brought it home, even slept on the living room floor with it last night. I was thinking it would make a nice littel off season trainer for High Power.
"Shooting an AR-10 is kind of like driving a vintage "muscle car", you don't necessarily need all that power, but it sure is fun to have and drive."
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Posted: 4/1/2001 11:34:28 AM
Originally Posted By Halfcocked: My son has been fondeling [the gun] since I brought it home, even slept on the living room floor with it last night.
[i]Pleeeeaaaaaase[/i] post that where some HCI people can see it. I understand apoplexy is sometimes fatal! [:)]
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Posted: 4/1/2001 12:52:47 PM
I read in a special edition magazine for .22's that this little unit was a good shooter and reliable.
phở kobama