A few more that qualify as 'scary', an elk guide here in NM told me of a guide friend of his whose client had an AD/ND with a .300 Win. Mag, the...
Is there something inherent in wadcutters that make them recoil less?
Good for DC, sounds like NYC, parts of CA, and HI are still 'may issue', meaning unless you're connected, forget it.
At a minimum I'm fairly sure shall issue permits will be the law of the land for those states not blessed with Constitutional Carry. As one of...
Exactly, let your heirs worry about the value, even if shot these older guns will be worth more than today.
Century Arms something?
Like many things in the military, the AR has gotten much heavier.
I meant it was marked Century:
Century Arms, Inc.
CAL. 5.56mm (.223)
Who knows, here's another one that sold for $2,199:
The receiver is Century Arms, but my understanding is other than that and the barrel it is all Colt parts. Wouldn't they have to replace the...
Agreed, I had an A2 but prefer the A1 with the shorter buttstock and lighter weight, the triangular forestock is also more stable IMHO.
The one in my avatar, Sako M78.
A hunting guide here in NM told me he once was dry struck (no venom) in the leg by a rattler, left a big bruise.
Great caliber, hits like a .308, recoils like a .243. Below is my Sako Finnlight with a cow elk taken with it here in NM.[ATTACH]
Does anyone have an idea of the value of the A1 rifle on the right of the photo below? This was bought from Century Arms a few years ago, they...
They remind me of the S&W Magna grips, same issue.
And even he once had a negligent discharge.
That went for cheap but rust and cracked grip.
That was part of why I traded mine way back when, the small grip really punished your hand when shooting magnums. It isn't nearly as refined a...
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