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'Black Rifle Poodle Shooter' or 'Commie Lead Waster'?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by AR Hammer, Aug 9, 2007.

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  1. AR Hammer

    AR Hammer member

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    Lets here it,
    Black Rifle Poodle Shooter AR Format?:eek:
    OR,
    Commie Pinko Lead Waster AK format?:p

    And why do you back one or the other?:evil: The devil is always in the details...

    I guess we can hear from the Only Dropped Once, Stamped Sheet Metal Euro Trash shooters too if they want to chime in....:neener:

    Lets take into consideration some things like,
    1. Reliability.
    None of those clones that fire the barrel down range or have receiver explosions.

    2. Accuracy.
    If it's going to work, it should hit something...

    3. Availability of rifle and parts.
    Some of the more popular combat rifles are no longer easily available.

    4. Cost.
    Some former favorites are just plain costly now!

    5. Accessories, magazines, optics, ect.
    Rifle isn't any good without mags, cleaning tools, spare parts, ect.

    6. Ammunition availability & cost.
    No such thing as 'Cheap' ammo anymore, unless you want to take your chances with ammo that has been ruining guns...
    So what where are the best deals, and what quality is the ammo...?

    7. Aftermarket Parts Availability.
    Rifles are so much more effective if outfitted correctly for the application at hand, and the aftermarket is a good place to find what you need...
    Post up some links & pics so the rest of us can see what you are talking about....
     
  2. rich636

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    AK-47 vs AR-15 ? This hasn't ever been discussed so I'm glad it's been brought up. I think they're both great rifles for the money though.
     
  3. pdowg881

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    I reccomend a search. You might get some results.
     
  4. benEzra

    benEzra Moderator Emeritus

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    Given sufficient funds, both. :D
     
  5. Gunnerpalace

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    I'll take AK format any day of the week. Even though the AR is more accurate and light my main reason for choosing it is that you can drop it in mud,sand,dirt,ect and it will still work without having to be cleaned(I know there are AR's that can do that but they are over 1000.00 and government only to my knowledge). And it is not picky over ammo. I have seen lots of parts and accessories for it as well. You cant beat the price either at about 400.00 for a WASR.
     
  6. General Geoff

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    The only correct answer to "AR vs AK" is "All of the above."
     
  7. sacp81170a

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    How come ya didn't mention the "greatest battle implement ever created" category? :scrutiny:
     
  8. 2TransAms

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    My answer is...a Bulgarian Arsenal AK in 7.62x39. It's a well-built rifle that is way more accurate than a $350 Century hack-job,and using junk Commie ammo it's still dead reliable with more than combat accuracy .
     
  9. TOU

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    Exactly!

    AR Hammer...not very Highroad'esque of you.
     
  10. RNB65

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    Neither. Mosin-Nagant THUNDER stick.


    :D
     
  11. supraneurotoxin

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    so...

    new guy's trying to start trouble, eh?:neener:

    they both have their place IMO. the AK's is between me and the BG, the AR's is holding papers down on my desk:D
     
  12. Zeke Menuar

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    Looks like it.

    HEY NEW GUY......do a search.



    [​IMG]


    ZM
     
  13. Full Clip

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    If you can afford a good AR, then you can afford both.
     
  14. MudPuppy

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    What about 9mm vs 45?
     
  15. pdowg881

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    5.56 Nato vs 7.62x39

    1911 vs m9

    etc etc etc
     
  16. gp911

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    The answer, of course, is "870". :D


    Wait, I screwed up! It's "1911". :banghead:


    gp911
     
  17. CrackerJim

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    I can't help, I'm too old school. I like my Swedish Mauser the best! :D

    Jim
     
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    What about an FAL, it's the RC Cola of Assault Rifles.
     
  20. raubritter

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    Oh, no. Please no.
     
  21. Hoppy590

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    il be honest. this threads a good read just for the descriptions of the guns

     
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    enough.
     
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