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    CZ 750 Sniper

    That is a solid rifle, one of the best bang for the buck, considering the quality and performance. I've seen one taken out to 800-1000 meters, quite small targets, not even blinking the eye at that. When I was buying my rifle it was either the 750, or Tikka Tactical. Bought the latter, but...
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    Gun rights in Europe post Charlie Hebdo

    Again, please prove your words, you as an accuser, not a victim. But difficult times affect the understanding of a right to bear arms. Be it unfriendly neighbour, unknown green men or terrorist running rampant, it does not do to just ignore the topic in vain hope of it disappearing. This is a...
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    Gun rights in Europe post Charlie Hebdo

    Cee Zee, I fully sign up on your last post. Definitely, I also have to be able to provide my own safety, because when I had to, it was either that or nothing. Besides, the do-gooders forget, intentionally or not, that the police is not there to protect each and every one, all day every day. They...
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    Gun rights in Europe post Charlie Hebdo

    That would be nice, but only when it doesn't stop there - all law abiding citizens can provide their safety better, not just jews. I understand the point, where it comes from, but making it an Orwellian equality would hurt the good cause. It is good in a way, that the jews and their requests...
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    Gun rights in Europe post Charlie Hebdo

    Geez, straight from the Kremlin's nightingale, even the words are same. Propaganda is strong and can get to almost anyone, and information war is one of the strongest one in there. If to read the russian-language media, the fantasy and truth-bending and the scale of the whole topic is so...
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    Gun rights in Europe post Charlie Hebdo

    Cee Zee, that comment was on those two expressions, found on Lykoris and Thermactor posts. This thing there has nothing to do with any local freedom fighters for a long time, these are only a cover for regular RF troops, things are pretty heated lately, the number of "200" is quite stably over a...
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    Gun rights in Europe post Charlie Hebdo

    Neo-nazi regime in Kiev, Novorussia freedom? For god's sake. You have no idea what is actually going on there? But this is OT already. RIP the Cyborgs
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    Gun rights in Europe post Charlie Hebdo

    I do say that our bureaucracy went easier, getting the permits, registering etc. I have heard that the new additions and changes will be done to the firearm laws, but some say that these would be the sign of what is said here "if god gives the job, it also gives the intelligence for that". Same...
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    Gun rights in Europe post Charlie Hebdo

    I was thinking about commenting on that, HQ, but decided against it. It would be pointless because we live in different world, especially when the media is concerned. What gets covered and how. Just a remark, if the worst scenario happens, then we with HQ would not have to drive 5000 miles to...
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    Gun rights in Europe post Charlie Hebdo

    It is already a couple of pages back, but I still think that the general idea - YOU have to provide YOUR OWN safety - is gaining on. I know the sheep problems. Ever since the war with the christian crusaders, well, quite literally 800 years ago (1206-122x) the people here have been pushed down...
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    Gun rights in Europe post Charlie Hebdo

    I've heard stories, also from Russia, that the WWII had nothing to do with evil nazis trying to conquer the Old World, but rather the commies wanting to do that. Seeing the losses during the first days right at the western border, specifically the equipment (bridging vehicles, amphibious tanks...
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    Gun rights in Europe post Charlie Hebdo

    Cee Zee, your understanding of the Europe and the WWII was a sad read. It s not that simple - evil nazis and americans saving the world. But that is OT. At least the understanding is seeping in, that each and every one has to take care of their own safety and well-being, not just leaving to...
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    Gun rights in Europe post Charlie Hebdo

    About the pistol vs rifle at closer ranges. Something I was told about wound ballistics: "if I shoot the target in the face it doesn't matter"
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    Gun rights in Europe post Charlie Hebdo

    Snejdarek, the table in wikipedia is pretty much correct. The chamber thing. Who knows why this is on the law. Seems to me that this is followed on individual basis - who wants, carries empty; who doesn't, carries loaded. I have yet to see it actually checked. Also, I must add, the law...
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    Gun rights in Europe post Charlie Hebdo

    Here you do not need to prove the need for self defence. I can just go to the police, get the permit to buy one or several (they just check if I am a law-abiding citizen, ie not having any punishments or done any deeds that would exclude me), and then buy what you like (within the scope of law...
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    308 as a "budget conscious" rifle?

    308 is a good general purpose calibre that satisfies most needs. It can be used up, close and personal, and also go out a distance (consistent hits at 1000 m is what I have gotten out of it with NM-149F1). It has a plentiful choice of components for a reloader, or factory ammo, ranging from...
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    Best 7.62x39 Suppressed SBR?

    I do say that it was somewhat hearing safe, because of the large ventholes in the gas block it was still loud. It felt louder on the left side (support side actually). Suppressor itself is good one, makes a 300 WM hearing safe. Also, the blowback was quite enormous, covering even the charging...
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    Suppressor data thread to document the effects of adding a suppressor to a rifle.

    Hi, the Ase Utra is one of the most common and one of the best suppressor manufacturers, with another, BR Tuote, in this part of the world. That's why I added this, so european members could get some relevant info about that as well. With the VZ I did not shoot for groups, due the...
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    Suppressor data thread to document the effects of adding a suppressor to a rifle.

    Rifle: Tikka T3 Tac Barrel length: 24" Optic: S&B PMII 3-12 USMC Suppressor: Ase Utra SL7 (Finnish mfg) Attachment method: direct thread on barrel Ammunition: Sellier&Bellot 300 WM 168 grain HPBT, v0 approx 920 m/s Range: 100-1000 m Average group size unsuppressed/suppressed: have seen no...
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    300 blackout divergence. Vote here

    Subsonic and suppressed 300 BLK for close-range work, say 100 meters and in. Supersonic and suppressed for a bit of longer reach. And if I would need even more range or punch, I would go to my other 300, the 300 Win Mag. The great advantage is the commonality with .223 (on AR platform I mean...
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