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Posted: 4/25/2001 6:24:19 PM EDT
My old one died, so now I have a new and improved one. Lots of M4s, and other US Military small arms. [url]m4carbine.homestead.com[/url] Let me know what you think.
Link Posted: 4/25/2001 6:28:26 PM EDT
Nice pics but scary looking background, were they taken in a dungeon?
Link Posted: 4/25/2001 7:24:19 PM EDT
Most impressive!!!!!!!
Link Posted: 4/25/2001 9:50:19 PM EDT
Some of the pics were taken in an Arms room, which is in a basement. Most of the rest were taken at 3am in a plywood seahut in Kosovo.
Link Posted: 4/25/2001 11:03:58 PM EDT
the ak receiver is unmolested??!??!? hahahahahaha. $200 is a steal just for the receiver.. :)
Link Posted: 4/26/2001 12:13:25 AM EDT
Nice web page...I like it a lot. It's interesting to see weapons straight from an armory. That SR-25 looks like it's seen some serious use!
Link Posted: 4/26/2001 12:37:14 AM EDT
Very nice! Good info.
Link Posted: 4/26/2001 12:48:05 AM EDT
Damn ! They let you mod your weps ? [:O] Was'nt SOP when I was in Guess I'm an old Fart - [:D]
Link Posted: 4/26/2001 12:11:16 PM EDT
A few of the weapons have had Bowflage added, which looks great at first but then starts to look like crap. You can get away with doing mods to your weapons provided you use gov't parts, but these are ussually tightly controlled. OF course, that's for SOF. In "legLand" they will probably get mad at you if you put on a different sling or something. .
Link Posted: 4/26/2001 1:05:24 PM EDT
Great site and like the photos! Navy question: at an air show there was a CAR15 on display and from what I heard it's different from the M4. What are the differences and why don't you have one of those on display. Sorry, I'm not an AR expert and the question might be maaningless.
Link Posted: 4/26/2001 1:27:19 PM EDT
The old XM-177 type carbine was often called a CAR-15 by soldiers. IT is Vietnam era. Basically it had a 10.5" or 11.5" barrel and a 4.5" flash hider. They did not really last long. I actually saw one still in service in 1996 with the Air Force. I don't have a picture because I never took one, I never really thought about taking pics of guns I saw until recently. But maybe I will run into one again.
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