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Old school assault rifle

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by MCgunner, Jul 25, 2007.

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  1. MCgunner

    MCgunner Member

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    This thing is a lot of fun at the range. .357 Magnum, Rossi 92. I've killed one deer with it at about 80 yards with a hand cast 158 grain gas checked SWC. But, mostly, it's just a hoot at the range with .38 or .357.

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  2. Deer Hunter

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    That's a young-un you've got there. :)

    Great gun, by the way. I'd like to own one one of these days.
     
  3. kcmarine

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    Ah... the old Appalachian assault rifle...
     
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    Here's mine

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  5. MCgunner

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    Wow, nice pair of Vaqueros, too!
     
  6. nobby

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    If you put a tang sight on it, you will be SHOCKED at the accuracy you can achieve out to 100 yds.
     
  7. Gewehr98

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    Neat Spencer!

    I don't have any assault rifles. I do, however, have an assault knife.

    It assaulted a medium-rare ribeye last night. :D
     
  8. Kingcreek

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    The original assault weapon was the jaw bone of an ass (per the bible).
    I saw one on a table at a gun show once, wanted one ever since.
     
  9. HPJeep

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    "not firearm related...
    The original assault weapon was the jaw bone of an ass (per the bible).
    I saw one on a table at a gun show once, wanted one ever since."

    Isn't there a seven day waiting period for one of these? :D
     
  10. mustanger98

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    If the Rossi '92 .357 has those two little screws on the left side of the receiver, I'd put a Williams 5-D on it because it works very well on a 1894 Marlin in the same chambering.
     
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