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Our Own Arsenal

Postby jamie1992 on 06 Apr 2009 16:27

Ok so maybe not the best place to post, but meh, anyway, these is my Arsenal of weapons, well my Rifle is in my Cupboard but i aint getting that out.

My Scoped Pistol. (About 10Ft pound of force, air powered ofcourse)

http://i44.tinypic.com/168sl0h.jpg

http://i42.tinypic.com/2z80pjb.jpg

http://i42.tinypic.com/14xzzsx.jpg

My Katana sword (Sharp as fuck!)

http://i41.tinypic.com/2s007jc.jpg

What about you lot, what weapons do you own etc?

Post pics. :D
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Re: Our Own Arsenal

Postby rockingmtranch on 07 Apr 2009 20:26

No knives or swords but a couple toys:
http://i29.photobucket.com/albums/c294/ ... G_0120.jpg
On top is a M-1 .30 Carbine, below that is a Savage 12 gauge pump, below that is a 1936 Springfield 12 gauge, and below that is a Daisy Air Rifle. The pistol is a Ravens Arms .25 caliber my wife used to carry in her hip pocket when she was bar hopping. :-"
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Re: Our Own Arsenal

Postby MeanderingBeing on 08 Apr 2009 06:10

I don't actually own any firearms at the moment. My life is a bit financially unstable, so I don't have the resources for that kind of investment. I used to though. Sadly, I had to sell them.
But this is my wishlist:
Zastava M76
http://www.red-alliance.net/gallery/alb ... va_M76.jpg
http://tools-of-death.ru/hot/ho01/Zasta ... _night.jpg
Around here, an american copy costs about $700 in decent condition without the scope and a whoping $2000 in decent condition WITH the scope. You pretty much pay for the scope on these beasts, but from what I understand, even the civilian models have all sorts uberness...

Agram 2000
http://www.is.lt/atas-buves/agram2000.jpg
A little Craotian P.O.S. machine pistol/smg that is pretty much a bullet hose that's only effective to about 100 meters. But its got style, thus, I want it. B-)

H&k SL8
http://www.flickr.com/photos/richiesphotos/2389571607/
Pretty much a long rifle civilian copy of the G36, and possibly (in my opinion anyways) one of the most reliable rifles out there.

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Re: Our Own Arsenal

Postby EggChen on 08 Apr 2009 20:58

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Re: Our Own Arsenal

Postby audioave10 on 09 Apr 2009 04:20

Jamie...nice Katana and nice lazy-ass cat (I have one of those).
:D
Rock...very nice collection...shooting range is fun I bet.
I don't own any weapons but no problem - I live in Arkansas so
any of my neighbors have plenty of extra guns I can borrow.
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Re: Our Own Arsenal

Postby DARK TEMPLAR on 09 Apr 2009 11:39

Swords with spine sliceing sharpness and something along the lines of that H&K, thats what I'd like to see
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Re: Our Own Arsenal

Postby rockingmtranch on 09 Apr 2009 14:46

When I was much, much younger, I had wrist rockets. The best ammo was 6-D nails. Whew! And speaking of Arkansas, Tina and I had these weapons when we lived in Louisiana. I was active military and I called the local sheriffs office to ask where we could take them to do some of that target practice. He said, and I quote, "If you're driving down a paved road and you come on a dirt road, you go down that dirt road a ways and as long as you ain't shooting at houses or passing cars, I ain't got a problem with it." Complete with southern drawl. :-bd Now, here in California, they have never left the house.
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Re: Our Own Arsenal

Postby Nightwatch on 11 Apr 2009 15:04

rockingmtranch wrote:........ local sheriffs ......He said, and I quote, "If you're driving down a paved road and you come on a dirt road, you go down that dirt road a ways and as long as you ain't shooting at houses or passing cars, I ain't got a problem with it." Complete with southern drawl. :-bd Now, here in California, they have never left the house.

Now, how can one not like this sheriff, hah? :D :D
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Re: Our Own Arsenal

Postby rockingmtranch on 11 Apr 2009 17:10

Yeah, it was totally awesome living in Louisiana. B-)
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Re: Our Own Arsenal

Postby MeanderingBeing on 12 Apr 2009 08:15

rockingmtranch wrote:When I was much, much younger, I had wrist rockets. The best ammo was 6-D nails. Whew! And speaking of Arkansas, Tina and I had these weapons when we lived in Louisiana. I was active military and I called the local sheriffs office to ask where we could take them to do some of that target practice. He said, and I quote, "If you're driving down a paved road and you come on a dirt road, you go down that dirt road a ways and as long as you ain't shooting at houses or passing cars, I ain't got a problem with it." Complete with southern drawl. :-bd Now, here in California, they have never left the house.


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Re: Our Own Arsenal

Postby rockingmtranch on 12 Apr 2009 22:11

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