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Gun Porn-new Stuff From Bored Yet Semi Deranged Gunsmiths

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Wildalaska, Oct 31, 2003.

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  1. Wildalaska

    Wildalaska member

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    Now that the 475 Linebaugh Wolverine Revolvers are done, the HK P7s are shipped and in between magnumizing Taurus 45 ACP trackers and shipping out Alaska Backpacker 44 mags, I give you..well maybe you can think of a catchy name...

    A Browning Buckmark SBR 22 rifle with detachable shoulder stock and extra integrally suppressed barrel.. (2 tax stamps sorry)..viz

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  2. Wildalaska

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    Lunchbox anyone...now whatever would you do with that...think of the children:neener:

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  3. spacemanspiff

    spacemanspiff Senior Member

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    and how much will my credit card be billed for this new toy?

    :D
     
  4. Andrew Wyatt

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    I'd name it "the fuzzy lamb".
     
  5. Badger Arms

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    How bout the "Hushbuck?" "Hushmark?"

    Other less serious suggestions: Hush-Bucky, Buck Whisperer, Shaddupayoubuck, Buckmmmmph.
     
  6. BAD_KARMA

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    Could you expand on the Taurus 45acp Tracker magnumizing a little?

    Thanks
     
  7. Hkmp5sd

    Hkmp5sd Member

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    Nice!

    How much does that animal weigh? How did you get the suppressor to look like that?
     
  8. BerettaNut92

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    Ahhhhhhhhhh such carbonfibrousity!!! :eek:
     
  9. Wildalaska

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    Questions questions

    Come by and visit already Spiff....:D :D



    I will as soon as its ready:neener:

    It weighs....not a lot!...and Skunky got it...carbon fiber!
     
  10. Kharn

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    A bored SOT is a dangerous thing. For the local squirrel population.

    Kharn
     
  11. Johnny Guest

    Johnny Guest Moderator Emeritus

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    Something else to worry Moderators - - - -

    PROPER FORUM!

    Hey, Wild - - Let's try to keep our posts on-topic, okay? :)

    The Browning Buckmark discussion clearly belongs under Handguns: Autoloaders, doesn't it? But, given your self-assigned title of the original post, perhaps this topic properly belongs in the Gunsmithing and Repairs forum . . . . But, also, you brought up the concept, "...think of the children," which tosses it into the Legal and Political arena.

    Since Skunkabilly has chimed in with, "Ahhhhhhhhhh such carbonfibrousity!!!" - - - I'm worried that the correct niche would be Strategies and Tactics.

    Kharn: " . . . a dangerous thing. For the local squirrel population." The Hunting venue?

    Of course, there IS a shoulder stock involved, so maybe Rifle County is the proper place. . . .

    Mumble, mumble. Think I'll go make a limeade.

    Interesting project. Beautiful work.

    Best,
    JohnnyAlreadygotlotsagreyhairGuest

    PS: "Stealthmark?" "Buckstealth?"
    JPG
     
  12. duckfoot

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    Wild whisper zip

    Hush Puppy

    Browning Buck Blaster Backpacker (or a 4B)
     
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  13. Wildalaska

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    Hmm maybe I should do a poll.......
     
  14. Matt G

    Matt G Moderator Emeritus

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    Stealthmark... I like that one, myself.


    Puh-lease don't entertain "assassin" motifs. The silly notion that suppressors are the tool of the assassin alone is hard enough to shake as it is. It's ridiculous that we must risk permanent hearing loss every time we go shooting (and this is by far the most likely danger of using guns), because some people have decided that if it doesn't make a loud noise, it's baaaaad. :mad:

    I take it that's a holo sight up top? What kinda accuracy is that thing puttin' up?

    "The Stealthmark-- putting the Tact into 'Tactical.'"
    :)
     
  15. Wildalaska

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    Hi we havent really grouped it yet, thats a Doctor Optic on the top...

    Im starting to like Stealthmark, gonna float it to the crew....
     
  16. sm

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    First, nice work!
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    shorten to ...ready...GreyhairGuest :D [ well bushy tails are grey here and well you drove the moderator nuts...befitting huh?
    Ok...before I get tossed from the forum another vote for Stealthmark :D
     
  17. Brian Dale

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    Yup, it's gotta be good for ya...

    Think of the millions of people since 1934 who've ended up with minor to severe hearing damage from practicing with unsuppressed weapons. Instead of a tax stamp, we ought to be able to deduct the cost of a sound suppressor as a Health & Safety device, like a tax deduction for medical expenses. Think of the hearing damage we could prevent.

    Protect Your Children's Hearing ... buy a StealthMark Safety Rifle Today!
     
  18. caz223

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    A stealthmark safety rifle..... :rolleyes:
    Safe for the shooter, no squirrel within 100 yards would be safe...
     
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