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 Post subject: Favorite guns
PostPosted: Thu Aug 31, 2006 11:42 pm 
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u can just list them, talk about them, mock other ppl for their choices etc etc.
my favorites? m16 and m4 always had sentimental value, m1 garrand rocked, smle was my favorite bolt action rifle, and i like the SA-80. m-82 is my favorite sniper with svd in a close second. and i have an eye out for the tavor. hot weapon. too bad that chances are i wont ever be able to fire one, or at least not for a long time. as for shotguns, well, i dont know enough about them to really get picky, except i like the spas models and classic remmingtons. bren, m60, and mg34 lmgs. mauser machine pistol. mp5SD. s&w model 29 revolver, and walther ppk. wow. long list for me


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 01, 2006 3:31 am 
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Favorite firearm at the moment? Ruchnoi Pulmyetchka Kalashnikova (sp?)...

Favorite firearm of all time? M1911A1

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.475 Wildey Magnum! The Death Wish 2 gun. Badass.


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Haro, you like the SA-80?

Favourites:

1) Webley Mk.VI
2) Lee Enfield No.1 Mk.III
3) Thompson SMG
4) Colt 1911 (not A1)
5) SKS and/or AKM

Those are my favourite guns that I have fired before.

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The SA80's only good for on the range in Europe or non dusty parts of America. its the most accurate 5.56mm weapon available but its also the most unreliable assault rifle ever made. i've heard a few cadets saying its not as unreliable as people say but thats because the streight pull Cadet DP version that doesnt have the gas system thats the cause of the jams.

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Enfield EM2
Welrod suppressed bolt action pistol (the quietest firearm in the wrold)
AI AWM
AI AW50
G36C
Browning 9mm GP35/HP35
Sig Sauer P226
HK417 - its only in prototype at the mo its one of the AR15/M16's modifications like the HK416 and then chambered in 7.62NATO. The latest prototype has the PSG1's pistol grip on it. I've heard the SAS are going to get them to replace the old G3's and L1A1 SLRs still in the armoury for arctic operations.


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1.Ak-47
2.M24
3.M14
4.M1 Garand
5.Lee enfield (all models :D)
6.And Colt 1911

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In no particular order:
Remington 11, 20 gauge. There are better shotguns but I have a sentimental attachment to them. The first successful semi-auto shotgun design. My grandfather has one and gave another to my dad.
1911A1. No particular brand loyalties. It's just a great feeling pistol.
The P-35 deserves a space next to the 1911. It's interesting to note that both of Browning's highly popular pistol designs wouldn't have existed if it were up to him. The US Army and Dieudonne Saive deserve some credit for the 1911 and Hi-Power, respectively.
HK91(and clones). The FAL might be superior but I still like the balance of the HK91.

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yes, i like the SA-80. ive heard about reliability issues, but i think many of them have already been worked out or are in the middle of it. as for most unreliable rifle of all time... that may be a bit of a stretch. and guns always have problems. m16 for example, was notorious for jamming


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Haro wrote:
yes, i like the SA-80. ive heard about reliability issues, but i think many of them have already been worked out or are in the middle of it. as for most unreliable rifle of all time... that may be a bit of a stretch. and guns always have problems. m16 for example, was notorious for jamming
They took the remaining L85a1s and took them to HK and made them L85a2s. The M16 was only jamming because they shipped it with ammo it wasn't made for and it would foul up the gun.

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The worst gun of all time is the Chauchat, not the M16. It jammed/fell apart way more often.

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DerMann wrote:
The worst gun of all time is the Chauchat, not the M16. It jammed/fell apart way more often.
Don't forget that you couldn't exchange the parts of one and put it on another and that the magazine had a slot in it that made mud and dirt get in it easily and it had a lot of recoil. They said you can make a still out of it though. We still need it in Alliance though!!!

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dickybird wrote:
its the most accurate 5.56mm weapon


Remington Model 700P?

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1. FN2000
2. MP7
3. IMI Tavor
4. SA-80


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AeroCmdr wrote:
DerMann wrote:
The worst gun of all time is the Chauchat, not the M16. It jammed/fell apart way more often.
Don't forget that you couldn't exchange the parts of one and put it on another and that the magazine had a slot in it that made mud and dirt get in it easily and it had a lot of recoil. They said you can make a still out of it though. We still need it in Alliance though!!!


Don't forget firing it made it fall apart. I think it was more effective when thrown, rather than fired.

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Silent wrote:
dickybird wrote:
its the most accurate 5.56mm weapon


Remington Model 700P?


There is always room to argue about the accuracy of a rifle but the one used by the 11 time winner of the NRA High Power National Championship has to be pretty accurate, right?

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That rifle makes me cry.

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DerMann wrote:
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That rifle makes me cry.
Me too

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That rifle makes me cry.
Me too


why does it make you cry? Its a match grade bolt action rifle using an AR-15 lower. If you want too see more outrageous designs, search for the competition .22 lr and air rifles. They are worth over $20K :shock:


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