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Discussion in 'NFA Firearms and Accessories' started by lions, Apr 13, 2010.

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  1. vc1911

    vc1911 Member

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    My Vector 53 sbr, suppressor isn't mine. I don't know the status of the Vector company but mine is great! I have no experience with an original HK53 but to compare mine to an MP5 or HK91 the only difference you can tell is the brand on the side...

    also i'm not sure if i uploaded that properly??
     

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  2. LHRGunslinger

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    Gorgeous 870 Daniel!
     
  3. tincanhunter

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    Here's my contribution.

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    I've gotten pretty good at sighting down the can, but I'm looking into a red dot sight. Much fun.
     
  4. giggitygiggity

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    What model Sig is that?
     
  5. thorazine

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    P225.

    You can tell by it's single stack and I think the hole in the hammer means it's a LE import?
     
  6. 9teenEleven

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    actually, the hammer tells you it's a P6 which has some minor differences from the p225.
     
  7. thorazine

    thorazine Member

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    I see.

    The P6 versus the P225.

    The P6 were LE imports correct?
     
  8. tincanhunter

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    Yes, it's a P6. It was a West German police gun that was issued in November 1982. It shoots pretty well, but could use a new set of springs. Off to the Wolff website I go.
     
  9. 45ACPGUY

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    My Reising M-50

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    Hope tax stamp comes soon!
     
  10. LHRGunslinger

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    Gorgeous peice there 45ACPGuy
     
  11. 45ACPGUY

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    thanks, LHRGunslinger

    I can't wait to take it home......waiting on TAX STAMP!
     
  12. thorazine

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    What kind of shoes are those?
     
  13. 45ACPGUY

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    Shoes

    Thoes my man are work boots!

    thats all.....
     
  14. GunTech

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    Benelli M1S90 10.5 inch

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    Old version of the Benelli with my PAWS ZX-5 SMG (Sterling Copy)

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    Need to get some suppressors!
     
  15. Ironman

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    NFA toys in action over the yrs:evil:

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  16. cottonmouth

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    I call her........... Midge.

    J.B.
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  17. Ironman

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    ^
    Love it, very raw! I know how loud those 7.5 inchers are.....lol
     
  18. ABTOMAT

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    That barrel, is that from a larger Sig? I recall reading you could use P226(?) barrels in a P225 and that would give you enough length to thread.
     
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  20. cottonmouth

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    That is a cool pic of the fire ball and the BG in the background Ironman!

    J.B.
     
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  22. Gord

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    ^ Droooooool.

    Specs?
     
  23. cameron.personal

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    Lewis Machine & Tool custom upper
    LMT 10.5” 1 in 7” twist barrel chrome lined 5.56 NATO chamber
    Noveske KX3 flash hider
    Carbine Length gas system H buffer
    BCM bolt carrier group
    BCM Gunfighter Charging Handle Mod 4
    Daniel Defense 10.0 Lite rail
    EOTech XPS
    Larue QD mount
    Troy back up iron sights
    Surefire X300 weapon light
    Magpul Angled fore grip

    Lewis Machine & Tool lower receiver
    LMT single stage mil spec trigger
    Magpul UBR stock
    Magpul MIAD grip
    Magpul MOE trigger guard
    Magpul XTM rail panels
    Magpul BAD lever
    KNS anti rotation pins
    Blue Force Gear UDC padded single point sling

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  24. LHRGunslinger

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    It looks like its been through the ringer since the first two pics
     
  25. Gord

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    Hell, it looks better dirty. Bravo.
     
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