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    Re: Everything Guns (Part 2)



    No longer naked ...

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    Re: Everything Guns (Part 2)

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    No longer naked ...

    Much bettter...

    What is that on the bottom front? A pseudo sand-bag monopod?




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    Angled forgrip.

    I have 45 degree rapid transition sights so the angled grip allows you to twist the gun from the holographic sights to the iron isn't much easier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    Angled forgrip.

    I have 45 degree rapid transition sights so the angled grip allows you to twist the gun from the holographic sights to the iron isn't much easier.
    OK, I gotcha... good choice with your optic choices...




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    Quote Originally Posted by jonboy79 View Post
    OK, I gotcha... good choice with your optic choices...
    Thanks. Half the price of EOTech.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    Lol. I killed a stereo once. But that's another story.

    The reason I ask was because a friend of mine who came over for dinner saw my cleaning stuff on my dining room table and gave me the business for cleaning indoors. In all the years I've been around firearms, I've never been told you should not clean indoors.

    He claims there's too much lead exposure. From everything I've been taught, if you have jacketed ammo (which is 99% of all ammo) you have no danger if lead exposure. In fact, you get far more lead exposure at an indoor range than you do by cleaning a gun.
    It would be interesting to see how many NRA members have died from lead exposure.

    Does Russia still use the AK-47. Their soldiers were on TV in the Urkrane and it looked like they had the same rifles that our boys use above. See Solo's pic above.




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    Quote Originally Posted by AirFlacco View Post
    It would be interesting to see how many NRA members have died from lead exposure.
    Not sure what the NRA or it's members have to do with anything but unless you're spending hours on end every day in an indoor range, the lead exposure risk is next to nothing. Just wash your hands after shooting or cleaning a gun and it's fine.

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    Does Russia still use the AK-47. Their soldiers were on TV in the Urkrane and it looked like they had the same rifles that our boys use above. See Solo's pic above.
    The standard issue rifle in Russia is still the Kalashnikov but it's the AK-74, not the AK-47.
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    OK, thanks for both answers. I just mentioned the NRA because they're the ones that use guns the most and clean them - National Rifle Association.

    THEY'LL HAVE TO TAKE THIS GUN OUT OF MY DEAD COLD HANDS.

    --CHARLESTON HESTON--




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    Question. Looking for gun for my wife (she wants one after her friend and husband came home to a burgalry today and they both were armed an able ti defend themselves). Dont want a revolver but would like a gun with a hammer, what manufacturers should i be looking at?
    We are all born ignorant, but one must work hard to remain stupid. - Benjamin Franklin




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    The last wife I heard about who had a gun accidently shot herself when she pulled out to use on an intruder. It was a guy's wife form work 30 yrs ago. The movie actress Jennifer O'Neil, star of Summer of 42, accidently shot herself in the stomach with her husband's pistol.




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    Sounds like someone who didnt practice enough
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    What has she shot previously? Will she also be carrying the gun?
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    Been awhile since shes shot anything so I'm having her takea courseor two first, butyea she'll becarrying it too.
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    Ok. What's your price range?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    Ok. What's your price range?
    Under 500 would be nice
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