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Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by BergaminoCAV, Jul 23, 2007.

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  1. BergaminoCAV

    BergaminoCAV Member

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    real or fake???
     
  2. ArfinGreebly

    ArfinGreebly Moderator Emeritus

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    What Am I Missing?

    Real or fake . . . what?

    The whole rifle?

    I'm not quite sure what you're asking.
     
  3. Bobarino

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    i think he means is it a real AR or is it something like Airsoft. i'm going with fake mostly based on the silver trigger.

    Bobby
     
  4. Bazooka Joe71

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    I'm going to say fake based on the fact that most of the time when someone posts a real gun on here, they don't ask: "real or fake." :D
     
  5. Regolith

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    I'm going to say if you pointed that thing at me I'd probably shoot you, as it looks real enough to me. Determining whether it is or not would take a closer inspection, at least for me.
     
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    How come the upper half of the bolt release looks like a smudge on the upper?
     
  7. xds&gsps

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    Ditto
     
  8. TimboKhan

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    I am going to say fake based on the silver ring behind the muzzle brake, the weird shape of the barrel, the silver trigger and the extremely bright lettering on the gun. Plus, as has been mentioned, few people posit "real or fake" if it isn't fake.

    I will say it is real enough to get yourself shot in the face if you point it at a cop, solider or mall ninja.
     
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    The carry handle looks somewhat out of spec as well, unless that's some trick of the photograph.
     
  11. taliv

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    what i don't understand is if someone's going to all the trouble to make a fake gun like that, why not make it full-auto?
     
  12. Bartholomew Roberts

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    I'm going to go with fake based on the fact I can't see a gas tube on the rifle and I don't think Armalite makes straight-pull ARs.
     
  13. MMcfpd

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    Not that it's definitive, but the take down pins appear to have screw heads.
     
  14. bartsimpson123844

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    Looks like a Classic Army AEG? (airsoft)
     
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    That looks like it seals it...all the other things mentioned are good, but that one is definitive.
     
  16. zero_chances

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    looks like a real airsoft gun to me
     
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