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SU-16CA Qs

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Foxtrot427, May 7, 2006.

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  1. Foxtrot427

    Foxtrot427 Member

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    I want an SU-16. I like PG stocks more but you can beat the price+accuracy+simplicity of this rifle. I notice there arent much for sale. They just arent out there. I could get a C and just find the other stock I guess but Id rather not do that.

    Any reasion why there are none for sale?
    Any good pics to share?
    How much can they be had for?
    Any pistol grip stocks out there? Or any made with the PLR grip and rifle butt?
    How reliable have these been for owners?
     
  2. KaceCoyote

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    My SU is my constant hiking companion, and it sees a few miles. Perhaps 5-8 thousand rounds down the pipe and its still chugging along without a single complaint. No malfs.

    They sell well, production is low and not many wanna sell them. I was crazy about a pistol grip for awhile too, but I got mine and now I just dont see the point. The SU just -works-.
     
  3. Foxtrot427

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    Wow god pics. I like the FH. Does it take any bbl threading? How is the flash without it? They must because its like they arent for civis. Id like a PG but its not really a must. I enjoy taking a walk around my property holding my .22 rifle with a regular sporter stock. I guess its not like they are much better for target acquisition. Mostly its for looks as far as I see it. Know where I can find a CA?
     
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    the C and the CA model are both threaded. My Phantom flash supressor there has cut barbed wire and fencing that idiots have put on my property, and even used it to cut down a few treestands.
     
  5. Foxtrot427

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    heh good stuff. Doubles as a bayonet and a FH haha
     
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    In hindsight, I think a regular stock and grip would be better for just walking around.
     
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    That first pic is a beauty - can't see anything in the second pic, though.
     
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    Thanks Andy, your monitor may be set a touch dark or mine a touch bright. The actual print is dark too, the idea being that gun people will know and non-gun people would have to get close to figure out what the heck it is.
     
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