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Link Posted: 5/27/2012 11:44:04 PM EST
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Stay frosty boys

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Leslie Sabo, Jr.

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All matching numbers, has the spare parts wrapped up in the buttstock, and came with that funny looking cleaning rod under the barrel.  Its not correct, but I don't know what it goes to.  Found in a gunshop in North Houston back in '97 or '98 for $700.  Guy said he didn't know what it was, got it in a trade and since we obviously knew about it, we could have it for that price.



And an arsty-fartsy Deagle pic.
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Danny
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Good thread. Very interesting guns, and some great photography in here.

Contributing:





Gorgeous!

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I get the speed loader and moon clip. What are the stripper looking clips and why are they straight?


Rubber "Speed Strips."  You plug and peel two rounds at a time into the cylendar.  I generally carry one strip when I'm carrying my J-frame, they lay flat in your pocket rather than big and lumpy like a normal speedloader.  Slower to reload obviously.

No freelaoding-

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A WWII German Wehrmacht reenactor with an assortment of period weapons.



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Info on that M1 carbine??

That is some crazy birch tiger striping going on. Very cool.

Any more pics?
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"Is it possible to fire this recoilless rifle with a giant erection? Let's find out!"

I may or may not have uttered this phrase is multiple variations referencing various full auto firearms
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"Is it possible to fire this recoilless rifle with a giant erection? Let's find out!"

I may or may not have uttered this phrase is multiple variations referencing various full auto firearms


It's possible. But don't have the erection near the back draft!  
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That makes my wrist hurt just looking at it.
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This is me warning people to keep off my lawn.





How's this one instead?  My 45LC.  Sorry about the crappy cell phone pic.



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Mine is .41
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tag
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FAPFAPFAP  
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Dude...



 
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WTF!! how the hell did you get one of those...I demand answers!





 
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WTF!! how the hell did you get one of those...I demand answers!

 


I believe that is one of those experimental Berrettas made in the mid 1980s markted toward the military.  If I remember correctly, there are a handful of transferrable pistols floating around.  Not that I know a lot about NFA.  I just remember reading about those about fifteen years ago.
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WTF!! how the hell did you get one of those...I demand answers!

 


I've seen that pic before. I thought there was only one transferrable model around though.
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Newest toy.
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All matching numbers, has the spare parts wrapped up in the buttstock, and came with that funny looking cleaning rod under the barrel.  Its not correct, but I don't know what it goes to.  Found in a gunshop in North Houston back in '97 or '98 for $700.  Guy said he didn't know what it was, got it in a trade and since we obviously knew about it, we could have it for that price.
http://i93.photobucket.com/albums/l54/yomommafoo76/Guns/DSC00594.jpg
http://i93.photobucket.com/albums/l54/yomommafoo76/Guns/K43.jpg

And an arsty-fartsy Deagle pic.
http://i93.photobucket.com/albums/l54/yomommafoo76/Guns/fotos120.jpg


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