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Family Portrait.....i think i have all bases covered.

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by skipbo32, Nov 7, 2010.

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  1. skipbo32

    skipbo32 Member

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    3 M1As and one Arsenal SGL20. i figure with the variety in optics i have a gun for every job.

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  2. Crawfish141

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    Where's the .22lr?
     
  3. LRS_Ranger

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    A gun for every job? What about shooting birds? Just kidding, looks like a nice set of rifles...
     
  4. skipbo32

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    crawfish....you are right! every collection is lacking if there is no 10/22. im working on that. i do have a couple of .22 pistols though.
     
  5. skipbo32

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    yeah, i got a ruger single 6 and a walther p22. couldnt hit crud with the p22 until i put the viridian green laser on it.:)

    i guess i also still need to add a good AR along with a FN FAL and ill be set. a remington 700 wouldnt hurt either.......and a M1...........and a SKS..........................and.........a winchester 30.30. then ill be set.
     
  6. desidog

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    What family is that? Americans with their pseudo-cousin from Russia (who just lies around all day...)? Sounds like a good sitcom.

    You need a Mini14, an M1 Carbine, and a 10/22 for the one family; and then that Russian fellow has a whole lot of cousins...
     
  7. Rshooter

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    Nice family but it looks like daddy was out to sea when that last one came around. :evil:
     
  8. ZCORR Jay

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    Certainly is a nice collection you have there.
     
  9. Elmer

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    Which rail are you using for your M1A Scout?
     
  10. skipbo32

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    YES...OUR MILK MAN WAS RUSSIAN BUT HE IS NO LONGER ALLOWED AROUND THE HOUSE.

    THAT IS NOT THE M1A SCOUT. IT IS THE FULL SIZE STANDARD WITH THE 22' BARREL, BUT I DO HAVE IT WITH A "SCOUT" SET UP. IT IS THE ULTIMAK RAIL WHICH I REALLY LOVE. IT IS TOUGH AS NAILS AND STILL KEEPS THE RIFLE LOOKING SOMEWHAT MODEST. IT IS THE ONLY MOUNT I KNOW OF THAT LETS YOU USE THE IRONS THROUGH THE OPTIC (IF NEED BE). KEEPS OPTIC LOW AND ALLOWS THE TOP OF THE RECEIVER TO BE OPEN FOR EASY ACCESS. HERE ARE SOME DIFFERENT CONFIGURATIONS:


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  11. mp5a3

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    Love the furniture on the AK.. Oh yea, the M1A's are nice too :)
     
  12. Brian Williams

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    You forgot a poodle shooter and a 9mm sub gun.
    Nice collection of M1a's
     
  13. EdLaver

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    Skipbo, you .223/5.56 hater! :), nice collection, yup you got it covered.
     
  14. BP Hunter

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    Nice collection!! Drool....:D
     
  15. MoDerN_WarRioR

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    That is a very nice gun collection!

    You almost have every gun for every job. Unlike...

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    But you do have more guns than I do so i cant say much LoL :)
    Nice babies though!
     
  16. FMJMIKE

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    No Garands ???
     
  17. MTMilitiaman

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    Funny thing was, I was going to give the portrait a once over and if lacking an M1A immediately reply that it needed the same...

    Guess great minds think alike. I keep a Kobra equipped AK around to supplement my stainless Loaded:
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    I wonder if you favor Glocks AND 1911s too?

    Nice collection of rifles. Mine would look similar if I had the cash.

    I was just thinking I needed an M1A Scout, in a VLTOR Modstock with the Springfield Cluster Rail System, and an ACOG...
     
  18. Girodin

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    I expected both more rifles and a wider variety. You must have fewer bases than some of the rest of us. Also while those could be pressed into a variety of roles there are a number they are very far from ideal for. If they do what you need that is what really matters though.

    The ones you have look good. I'd loose that scope mount on the AK. It looks like it might provide a sketchy chin weld at best. I'd go with an ultimak on it it too.
     
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