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Link Posted: 2/21/2010 1:55:44 AM EDT
[#1]
Originally Posted By kinakoba:
jack daniels for me, johnnie walker when im trying to be proper. my wife brings back all sorts of tea from japan and i stock twenty something dif. vodkas so either way i got ya covered lol


Sounds like I need to spend more time in Espanola My favorite potato juice is anything from Eastern Europe. Country doesn't matter. It's all good.
Link Posted: 2/21/2010 2:55:54 AM EDT
[#2]
Something from Asia.  With all the 922r crap requirements.


Link Posted: 2/21/2010 4:18:11 AM EDT
[Last Edit: Dozaken] [#3]
Originally Posted By Friiguy:

Originally Posted By Dozaken:
Got reunited with an old friend a few days ago.

Last year I gave this pistol to my best friend for helping me move, last week I paid him $600 to get it back. Originally, it was a black oxide MK VII IMI made gun. But his body oils must be made of acid or something, because when I got it back the finish was almost all gone off the slide, front strap, and beaver tail.

So today I scrubbed all the surface rust off of it and refinished it in Appliance Epoxy. It's not that great, but it'll hold until I can send it off to Magnum Research to get it redone in Matte Chrome or Gold.

http://i829.photobucket.com/albums/zz220/Dozaken/IMG_0161.jpg

Moving again soon? Need some help?

Needs BEAMZ!

 




BEAMZ AND BAYONET YO

http://i829.photobucket.com/albums/zz220/Dozaken/guns002.jpg


Also..

ZOMG DAEWOO WANT!

*drool*
Link Posted: 2/26/2010 4:14:45 PM EDT
[#4]
I'll bring this thread back to pg 1 with:
Winchester in 44 mag

Link Posted: 2/26/2010 7:37:17 PM EDT
[#5]
Being a "lefty" I am real fond of lever action rifles. Here are some pics of my collection:

First off is my Marlin 1895 in .45-70. This one is currently at the local gunsmith getting the barrel cut down from 22" to 18":



This is my collection of Winchester 94's....From the left, a Legendary Lawman, Trapper in .30-30, Packer Carbine in .44 magnum, Standard carbine in .44 magnum and a Classic carbine in .30-30 (I have one more standard M-94 in .30-30 with a 20" bbl at my dad's place):



And finally, my Winchester M-88 in .308:

Link Posted: 2/26/2010 9:01:44 PM EDT
[#6]
Originally Posted By mic214:
Being a "lefty" I am real fond of lever action rifles. Here are some pics of my collection:

First off is my Marlin 1895 in .45-70. This one is currently at the local gunsmith getting the barrel cut down from 22" to 18":

http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y71/mic214/Hogs/HogMedicine.jpg

This is my collection of Winchester 94's....From the left, a Legendary Lawman, Trapper in .30-30, Packer Carbine in .44 magnum, Standard carbine in .44 magnum and a Classic carbine in .30-30 (I have one more standard M-94 in .30-30 with a 20" bbl at my dad's place):

http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y71/mic214/Firearms/DSC_0532_edited.jpg

And finally, my Winchester M-88 in .308:

http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y71/mic214/Firearms/DSCN0198_edited.jpg



That's a lot of wood, big guy...
Link Posted: 2/26/2010 9:30:46 PM EDT
[#7]
Originally Posted By AliCat223:

That's a lot of wood, big guy...


Why thank yeeeeeuuuuu.....!!!!

Link Posted: 2/26/2010 9:34:52 PM EDT
[#8]
Originally Posted By mic214:
Originally Posted By AliCat223:

That's a lot of wood, big guy...


Why thank yeeeeeuuuuu.....!!!!



Au contraire, mon frere... thank YOU!!!!
Link Posted: 2/26/2010 9:47:28 PM EDT
[#9]
You are too kind......Here is another "Lever action" that I forgot about.....It is a Italian made replica sharps in .45-70 with a color case hardened receiver and a "browned" octagon barrel.....not quite a "Quigly" grade Sharps, but it will do.......

Link Posted: 2/26/2010 10:07:09 PM EDT
[#10]
How does that 88 shoot?
I kick myself. I had to pass on a model 88 in 22-250.
That's the one that got away.
Link Posted: 2/26/2010 10:23:52 PM EDT
[#11]
Originally Posted By NMwaterfowler:
How does that 88 shoot?
I kick myself. I had to pass on a model 88 in 22-250.
That's the one that got away.


I have only had it out to the range (100 yards) a couple of times, but it shoots very nicely. The scope is an older 2x7 Leupold. I knew they were made in .243, but I was not aware that they made them in 22-250 as well. I think they are great rifles in any caliber!

I am hoping to try mine out on those big NM Mule deer someday......!
Link Posted: 3/9/2010 12:47:22 AM EDT
[#12]
Bump.


Link Posted: 3/9/2010 1:05:50 AM EDT
[Last Edit: vbfg135] [#13]
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^­^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Link Posted: 3/11/2010 10:29:25 AM EDT
[#14]
I guess I'll bump this one.

The 6.8mm with 762-SD and the .223 version with M4-2K.



6.8mm.



10.5" Noveske with M4-2K.


Link Posted: 3/11/2010 1:27:08 PM EDT
[#15]


RG,

Nice setups you have there. I really like the Thompson Contender.....What caliber is it?

We are getting a bit of weather here at the ranch today:


Link Posted: 3/11/2010 1:42:23 PM EDT
[#16]
So I finally got rid of my FS2000..



And I couldn't be happier with the trade.

I've had more fun with my new Uzi & Witness .45 in two range sessions than I did in 6 months of owning the FS2000.
Link Posted: 3/11/2010 1:44:30 PM EDT
[Last Edit: RictusGrin] [#17]
Originally Posted By mic214:


RG,

Nice setups you have there. I really like the Thompson Contender.....What caliber is it?

We are getting a bit of weather here at the ranch today:

http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y71/mic214/Firearms/DSCN1581.jpg


Thanks.  The TC is in 7mm TCU.  It really shoots.

Yes, the weather is going around and keeping me indoors.

ETA:  Are you Cali legal in that photo or just still preban?
Link Posted: 3/11/2010 1:45:58 PM EDT
[#18]
Originally Posted By Dozaken:
So I finally got rid of my FS2000..

http://i829.photobucket.com/albums/zz220/Dozaken/uzi002.jpg

And I couldn't be happier with the trade.

I've had more fun with my new Uzi & Witness .45 in two range sessions than I did in 6 months of owning the FS2000.


Two words:  Tax stamp.  Alternatively, short barrel.

I've not seen anything of the FS2000 that impressed me.  That Uzi is awesome, though.
Link Posted: 3/11/2010 1:53:54 PM EDT
[#19]
Impressive stuff here!



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Link Posted: 3/11/2010 5:51:34 PM EDT
[Last Edit: mic214] [#20]
Originally Posted By RictusGrin:

Thanks.  The TC is in 7mm TCU.  It really shoots.

Yes, the weather is going around and keeping me indoors.

ETA:  Are you Cali legal in that photo or just still preban?


I bet that TC is a tack driver. My uncle has one with several different barrels. I have shot it with the .30-30 barrel and I think he had a barrel in .444 Marlin too....That one kicked pretty good....!!!

That AR-15 is not Cali legal, so it stays here in New Mexico with my ranch neighbor. I have this old Colt SP-1 with a RRA Flat top upper back home that is Cali legal (Registered back when the "Dark times" started)......:

Link Posted: 3/12/2010 1:06:51 PM EDT
[#21]
Originally Posted By RictusGrin:
Originally Posted By Dozaken:
So I finally got rid of my FS2000..

http://i829.photobucket.com/albums/zz220/Dozaken/uzi002.jpg

And I couldn't be happier with the trade.

I've had more fun with my new Uzi & Witness .45 in two range sessions than I did in 6 months of owning the FS2000.


Two words:  Tax stamp.  Alternatively, short barrel.

I've not seen anything of the FS2000 that impressed me.  That Uzi is awesome, though.



I move around too much to play the tax stamp game.  So the best I can do is stick the display barrel in there and WISH it were real.

Link Posted: 3/12/2010 3:24:13 PM EDT
[#22]
Originally Posted By Dozaken:
Originally Posted By RictusGrin:
Originally Posted By Dozaken:
So I finally got rid of my FS2000..

http://i829.photobucket.com/albums/zz220/Dozaken/uzi002.jpg

And I couldn't be happier with the trade.

I've had more fun with my new Uzi & Witness .45 in two range sessions than I did in 6 months of owning the FS2000.


Two words:  Tax stamp.  Alternatively, short barrel.

I've not seen anything of the FS2000 that impressed me.  That Uzi is awesome, though.



I move around too much to play the tax stamp game.  So the best I can do is stick the display barrel in there and WISH it were real.

http://i829.photobucket.com/albums/zz220/Dozaken/uzi001.jpg


The Form 4 is the only pain.  A 5320.2 to switch states or otherwise permanently relocate isn't so bad.  Unless you keep moving to communist states and there aren't that many of those.

Still, bad ass gun you have there.  I want a FA mini Uzi, but for ~$8K I can think of a few other things to do.
Link Posted: 3/12/2010 9:58:53 PM EDT
[#23]
Originally Posted By RictusGrin:
Originally Posted By Dozaken:
Originally Posted By RictusGrin:
Originally Posted By Dozaken:
So I finally got rid of my FS2000..

http://i829.photobucket.com/albums/zz220/Dozaken/uzi002.jpg

And I couldn't be happier with the trade.

I've had more fun with my new Uzi & Witness .45 in two range sessions than I did in 6 months of owning the FS2000.


Two words:  Tax stamp.  Alternatively, short barrel.

I've not seen anything of the FS2000 that impressed me.  That Uzi is awesome, though.



I move around too much to play the tax stamp game.  So the best I can do is stick the display barrel in there and WISH it were real.

http://i829.photobucket.com/albums/zz220/Dozaken/uzi001.jpg


The Form 4 is the only pain.  A 5320.2 to switch states or otherwise permanently relocate isn't so bad.  Unless you keep moving to communist states and there aren't that many of those.

Still, bad ass gun you have there.  I want a FA mini Uzi, but for ~$8K I can think of a few other things to do.


Thanks, I've got a soft spot for the older "Paramilitary" guns that hit the civilian market back in the 70s & 80s.

I go back and forth from New Mexico, Alabama, & Georgia every other year. While not a problem in NM, or GA, SBRs are a no-no for commoners in Alabamastan. I think they might also be a no-no in Atlanta, but I'm not sure. Once I get into a home of my own here and don't have to go back east every year or so because of declining health in the family I'll be getting an MG for sure. Already have 10K put aside for either a full sized Uzi, or Cobray.

I'm leaning more towards the Uzi at this point because every Uzi I've ever owned has been a complete blast. Then again, I'm also considering dipping into the MG fund to get back some of the notable losses from my gun collection that I sold off 3 years ago to get out here. I was thinking, I could just SBR my PS90 and Model B and use the rest of the money to buy a Spas-12, Poly Legend, Mini-14GB folder, and a nice Mauser broom handle. Because, let's be honest. Full auto is fun, but semi is more practical.

Pic thread!




Link Posted: 3/13/2010 12:01:40 AM EDT
[#24]
Need to get some of those hearing protection devices.  

Link Posted: 3/13/2010 11:18:50 PM EDT
[#25]
Bonepickers Happy Family






Link Posted: 3/14/2010 12:30:19 AM EDT
[#26]
bone

what ir ont the first one?
Link Posted: 3/14/2010 2:04:12 PM EDT
[#27]
Originally Posted By vbfg135:
bone

what ir ont the first one?


Whats the questions again? I am not sure what you mean.





Link Posted: 3/14/2010 2:09:29 PM EDT
[#28]
Originally Posted By bonepickerx:
Originally Posted By vbfg135:
bone

what ir ont the first one?


Whats the questions again? I am not sure what you mean.







vb speaks his own language!
Link Posted: 3/14/2010 8:36:15 PM EDT
[#29]
Originally Posted By NMwaterfowler:
Originally Posted By bonepickerx:
Originally Posted By vbfg135:
bone

what ir ont the first one?


Whats the questions again? I am not sure what you mean.







vb speaks his own language!


Boomhowereze  sdrawkcabssa

Link Posted: 3/14/2010 9:25:50 PM EDT
[#30]
the  infrared device on the m4 looking rifle



the first rifle has a scope hooked to a infrared light does it not?

thank will try to keep drivel down.
Link Posted: 3/14/2010 9:26:07 PM EDT
[#31]
Originally Posted By yipykyah_mf:
Originally Posted By NMwaterfowler:
Originally Posted By bonepickerx:
Originally Posted By vbfg135:
bone

what ir ont the first one?


Whats the questions again? I am not sure what you mean.







vb speaks his own language!


Boomhowereze  sdrawkcabssa



I think yippy is the only one who understands it!
Link Posted: 3/14/2010 9:28:09 PM EDT
[#32]
Originally Posted By NMwaterfowler:
Originally Posted By yipykyah_mf:
Originally Posted By NMwaterfowler:
Originally Posted By bonepickerx:
Originally Posted By vbfg135:
bone

what ir ont the first one?


Whats the questions again? I am not sure what you mean.







vb speaks his own language!


Boomhowereze  sdrawkcabssa



I think yippy is the only one who understands it!


if you talk to me in person for a few hours you will catch on quickly

Link Posted: 3/14/2010 11:37:35 PM EDT
[#33]
Originally Posted By NMwaterfowler:
Originally Posted By yipykyah_mf:
Originally Posted By NMwaterfowler:
Originally Posted By bonepickerx:
Originally Posted By vbfg135:
bone

what ir ont the first one?


Whats the questions again? I am not sure what you mean.







vb speaks his own language!


Boomhowereze  sdrawkcabssa



I think yippy is the only one who understands it!


Just watch the movie Slingblade several times, and you will learn how to 'de-sifer'.
Link Posted: 3/15/2010 2:10:52 AM EDT
[#34]
Originally Posted By yipykyah_mf:
Originally Posted By NMwaterfowler:
Originally Posted By yipykyah_mf:
Originally Posted By NMwaterfowler:
Originally Posted By bonepickerx:
Originally Posted By vbfg135:
bone

what ir ont the first one?


Whats the questions again? I am not sure what you mean.



Uh hum



vb speaks his own language!


Boomhowereze  sdrawkcabssa



I think yippy is the only one who understands it!


Just watch the movie Slingblade several times, and you will learn how to 'de-sifer'.


Link Posted: 3/15/2010 4:55:11 PM EDT
[#35]
The first Rifle is a Piston Driven M4. The light is a Surefire M900A with mods=(Larue mounts, Turbo Head, Higher output light), The optics are an EoTech MN511 with a  3x Magnifier on a Larue mount. No Infra red light. The sights are Wilson combat or YHM with meprolight inserts.  I have the complete parts list if you would like it. The lower is no longer available, the maker screwed up and converted a German machine gun and got nailed by the ATF. The lower is a Diamond Socom which does not use roll pins (Ihate god damn roll pins).

Jim
Link Posted: 3/15/2010 4:55:59 PM EDT
[#36]
Kinda like the Death clock guy murder face.
Link Posted: 3/15/2010 4:56:41 PM EDT
[#37]
Kinda like the Daeth Clock guy Murder Face

Originally Posted By NMwaterfowler:
Originally Posted By yipykyah_mf:
Originally Posted By NMwaterfowler:
Originally Posted By yipykyah_mf:
Originally Posted By NMwaterfowler:
Originally Posted By bonepickerx:
Originally Posted By vbfg135:
bone

what ir ont the first one?


Whats the questions again? I am not sure what you mean.



Uh hum



vb speaks his own language!


Boomhowereze  sdrawkcabssa



I think yippy is the only one who understands it!


Just watch the movie Slingblade several times, and you will learn how to 'de-sifer'.




Link Posted: 3/15/2010 5:08:35 PM EDT
[#38]
Originally Posted By bonepickerx:
The first Rifle is a Piston Driven M4. The light is a Surefire M900A with mods=(Larue mounts, Turbo Head, Higher output light), The optics are an EoTech MN511 with a  3x Magnifier on a Larue mount. No Infra red light. The sights are Wilson combat or YHM with meprolight inserts.  I have the complete parts list if you would like it. The lower is no longer available, the maker screwed up and converted a German machine gun and got nailed by the ATF. The lower is a Diamond Socom which does not use roll pins (Ihate god damn roll pins).

Jim


Bones ,
when you get time I know I would like to see more of those rifles.
Link Posted: 3/15/2010 9:32:20 PM EDT
[#39]
Ed Zackry

Originally Posted By bonepickerx:
Kinda like the Daeth Clock guy Murder Face

Originally Posted By NMwaterfowler:
Originally Posted By yipykyah_mf:
Originally Posted By NMwaterfowler:
Originally Posted By yipykyah_mf:
Originally Posted By NMwaterfowler:
Originally Posted By bonepickerx:
Originally Posted By vbfg135:
bone

what ir ont the first one?


Whats the questions again? I am not sure what you mean.



Uh hum



vb speaks his own language!


Boomhowereze  sdrawkcabssa



I think yippy is the only one who understands it!


Just watch the movie Slingblade several times, and you will learn how to 'de-sifer'.






Link Posted: 3/15/2010 9:55:05 PM EDT
[#40]
I'll post more tonight.
Link Posted: 3/15/2010 10:24:19 PM EDT
[Last Edit: bonepickerx] [#41]


Eotech 3X Magnifer                    
Eotech Model 512
GGG-1234 Quick Action Batt Latch for the 512
GGG-1190 GG&G EOTech Accucam QD Locking Lever System  512
GGG-1275 GG&G Lens Covers For The EOTech 512
Yankee Hill Machine Forearm Mounted flip up Front Sight YHM-9627
Yankee Hill Machine flip up Rear Sight YHM-9680
TNW-AR-Piston-C AR15 Gas Piston Conversion Kit - Carbine
SureFire M900A Vertical Foregrip Weapon Light
SureFire M900A KT4-HA Turbo Head Kit and MN21 Lanp Assembly 500 lumens
SureFire FM25 Red Filter 2.5" diameter bezel
LaRue Tactical Surefire 17 Upgrade mount LT-170
LaRue Tactical EOTech 3X Magnifier Mount, LT670-EO
LaRue Tactical 7.0" Handguard LT15-7
Magpul M93B Stock
Magpul M93 Aluminium Strike Plate
Magpul M93 Rubber Buttpad
Magpul MSS Single Point Sling Mount Full Loop
PRI Gas Buster Charging Handle
CP25 Trijicon Tritium Front & Rear Sight set CQB Ghost ring and medium range rear
KNS Non-Rotating Trigger/Hammer Pin Gen 1 Locking System
KNS Perma Pin
Ameetec Tactical Master Charging Handle Tac-Latch
Specialized Armament Ti Firing Pin SA05007
Wilson Combat oversize bolt stop
Power Custom Oversized Magazine Release Button
DPMS Oversized Safety Selector
Noveske SS 16" Recon Heavy 5.56mm barrel w/Flames
Noveske KX3 Flash Suppressor
Chip McCormick Super Match Trigger  Single Stage  
Buffer Technologies Enidine Hydraulic Recoil Buffer
Tubb Flatwire Chrome Silicone Buffer Spring
Del-Ton TiNi Coated Bolt Carrier
Del-Ton TiNi Coated Bolt
SOCOM Black Diamond 6061-T6 Lower
LMT M-4 Upper receiver w/T-marks
Custom Built Surefire L72 Green 30mW Laser
Ergo Sure Grip Pistol Grip
Duracoat Finished by me

Link Posted: 3/15/2010 10:25:38 PM EDT
[Last Edit: bonepickerx] [#42]


Springfield Armory M1A Receiver
Fulton Armory 22" SS NM 1 in 10" Medium Contour Barrel
Fulton Armory Gas Cylinder Plug
Smith Enterprises GLFS-D-22 Dovetail 22" Barrel Gas Lock                          
Smith Enterprises M1A M14 Gas Cylinder - M80HT                                          
Smith Enterprises Extended Bolt Stop/Release                        
Sadlak  N.M Piston Polished W/TIN Coated            
Sadlak  N.M Spring Guide                                                  
Sadlak  Tactical Magazine Release Latch                              
Surefire Millennium Weapon Light M962XM07
Surefire LU10 extension module and 9V bezel  (Bright Flashlights.com)
SureFire FM15 Red Filter 1.62" diameter bezel
Malkoff Devices Surefire M60 mod w/beryllium copper spring washer
Red, White, & Blue, LLC. Operating Rod Forged USGI
Troy Industries M1A/M14 Chassis System - Black                  
Troy Industries M4 end plate Sling Mounts
Midwest Industries quick detach sling swivel
Magpul Miad Grip Full
Command Arms ARS Sharp Shooting Stock
Vltor Carbine Buttstock Extension Buffer Tube 5-Position Mil-Spec Dia
DPMS Castle Nut
DPMS Receiver End Plate
Tubb SpeedLock Systems CS M1A Operating Rod Spring Chrome Silicon
Tubb SpeedLock Systems CS M1A Hammer Spring Chrome Silicon
GGG-1245 Heavy Duty XDS Swivel Bipod
Springfield Armory  Op Rod Guide and Pin
Yankee Hill Phantom Flash Supressor YHM-3080-5C2
TRW NM USGI Forged Trigger Group Tuned by me
TRW NM USGI Forged Bolt
SWFA Super Sniper 3x9 x42 Super Sniper w/SS and Flash kill
U.S. Optics Anti Cant Device


Link Posted: 3/15/2010 10:26:55 PM EDT
[Last Edit: bonepickerx] [#43]


Super Sniper 20x42 Scope
Badger Ordnance Max-50 30mm Scope Rings
SS Kill Flash
SS Sun Shades
Yankee Hill Machine  Locking Four Rail Free Float  YHM-9636 Rifle Length
Yankee Hill Machine  Forearm End Cap
Magpul PRS Stock
Magpul Miad Grip Full
Accu-Shot Precision Mono-Pod BT-13PRM w/ Mid-range Quick Knob
GGG-1125 Standard Extreme Duty Swivel Bipod
CQD® Tactical Hand Grip
Ameetec Tactical Master Charging Handle Latch
PRI Gas Buster Charging Handle
KNS Non-Rotating Trigger/Hammer Pin Gen 1 Locking System
KNS Perma Pin
Noveske SS 18" SPR Heavy 5.56mm barrel w/Flames
Advanced Armament Cyclic Rate Reducer  
SOCOM Black Diamond 6061-T6 Lower
LMT M-4 Upper receiver w/T-marks
JPBC-2 Stainless Tactical Carrier
SRT Hurricane XL Suppressor  
Timney skelitonized AR-15 Competition Trigger
LMT Enhanced Chrome Lobster Tail Bolt        
VLTOR Low Profile Gas Block
Surefire Millennium Weapon Light M951XM07
Specialized Armament Ti Firing Pin SA05007
Custom Built Green 30mW Laser
Tubb Flatwire Chrome Silicone Buffer Spring
Tubb Carrier Weighting System w/tungsten carbide insert
Power Custom Oversized Magazine Release Button
DPMS Oversized Safety Selector
McFarland 1-Piece Gas Ring
Wilson Combat oversize bolt stop
Vltor Carbine Buttstock Extension Buffer Tube 5-Position Mil-Spec Dia
DPMS Rifle Length Gas Tube
LaRue Tactical Offset Flashlight Mount LT-606

Link Posted: 3/15/2010 10:27:55 PM EDT
[Last Edit: bonepickerx] [#44]


Super Sniper 20x42 Scope
Badger Ordnance Max-50 30mm Scope Rings
Badger Ordnance Winchester Long action 20 MOA cant Scope Rail
Badger Ordnance Tactical Bolt Knob
SS Kill Flash
SS Sun Shades
Pac-nor Stainless Steel Custom Taper Barrel
Choate-Ultimate Sniper Stock (Modified)
GG&G Heavy Duty Bipod
Winchester Model 70 Action
Tubb Firing Pin Locking System
Tubb Win 70 Long CS Spring
Tubb Model 70 Speedlock Cocking Piece
Timney 410 Trigger
JP Recoil Reducer JPRE-9
Accu-Shot Precision Mono-Pod BT-13 PRM w/ Mid Range-Quick Knob
Duracoat Finish by me
Williams Firearms Hinged Floorplate Winchester 70 Long Action Matte
Williams Firearms Trigger Guard Winchester 70 Matte

Link Posted: 3/15/2010 10:29:09 PM EDT
[#45]


12 gauge Express Shotgun
SureFire M69 picatinny rail forend
Magpul CTR Carbine Stock, Mil-Spec version w/rubber butt pad
Magpul Rail cover - long - ladder style - black x 3 ea.
Midwest Industries quick detach sling swivel
Magpul Miad grip - full
Magpul AFG (Angled Fore Grip)
Vang Comp 18.1 inch barrel
Vang Comp High Dome Safety
Vang Comp installed Trijicon Tritium Front Sight
Vang Comp extended magazine w/ breacher standoff & Vang Comp high strength spring
Vang Comp Stainless Steel Magazine Follower
Remington Police all metal trigger group Part# F10220 Item# REMG PRT2088
Remington Competition Trap 3 lb. Sear Spring Part# F91771 Item# REMG PRT2211
LPA Italy, BAR Tactical Series Ghost Ring Shotgun Rear Sight (picatinny rail mounted)
Mesa Tactical EndineRecoil Buffer
Mesa Tactical Low-Tube Telescoping Stock Adapters
Mesa Tactical Saddle Mount Sure Shell 8 Shot shell carrier
DPMS Castle Nut
Link Posted: 3/15/2010 10:30:50 PM EDT
[#46]


Kimber Eclipse Ultra II .45 ACP Pistol
KIMBER night sight set, forward slant, Meprolight Tritium
Crimson Trace Laser Grips LG-401
Link Posted: 3/15/2010 11:07:54 PM EDT
[#47]
Ruger 10-22 I am working on.

Link Posted: 3/15/2010 11:09:18 PM EDT
[#48]
1943 Savage 6A from my dad I'm trying to restore.

Link Posted: 3/15/2010 11:24:36 PM EDT
[#49]



Originally Posted By bonepickerx:


Ruger 10-22 I am working on.



http://i1007.photobucket.com/albums/af196/bonepickerx/Ruger1022Imworkingon.jpg




Do those sights line up?




Nice toys! Thanks for sharing.




 
Link Posted: 3/15/2010 11:45:49 PM EDT
[Last Edit: bonepickerx] [#50]
Don't know I haven't tried shooting it with the new sights. Just added them they are the new magpul sights. I am actually thinking about having the rail on top of the receiver milled off and adding my own rail The only thing I don't like about any of the 10/22 designs is how high they make the rails on the receivers.

I may give up on the 10/22 before its all over and just get an AR-22 conversion kit.
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