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USNews and World Report(ID guns if possible)

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Dmack_901, Sep 15, 2004.

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  1. Dmack_901

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    I was skimming through the September 20, '04 issue of USN&WR and found a little article about those evil AWs on page 12&14. And guess what they've got? A nice lil' picture of Evil guns, including ones uneffected by the ban. Could someone help ID these guns? Here's a link to a blown-up scan: here(863Kb)
     
  2. fistful

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    I don't know, but I wish I could afford to shop like that.
     
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    I can pick out an AR and an FNC, but that is all.
     
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    That looks like a M48 (ie, K98 clone) on the far right, and I see 3 M16's in there, too.
     
  5. boofus

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    ***, the one on the very far right looks like a bolt-action Kar 98k. Just proves the banners really are after the deer rifles too. Looks like a bullpup Mossberg 500 pump action next to the AR. Then a FNC and I dunno the rest.

    So bolt actions and pump actions are assault weapons now. :cuss:
     
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    All I could pick up on were the silencers, which are bull:cuss:.
     
  7. Langenator

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    If I had to guess, I'd say the silencer at the far left is attached to some sort on Ingram.
     
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    The rifle on the far right is the dreaded Remington Nylon 66 rimfire or its even-eviller box mag twin, the Nylon 77. Lord knows how many bank robberies and terrorist attacks have been carried out with them. Their claim to crime must've been their plastic stock.
     
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    Second from right is an M-16/AR-15 or copy with a bayonet lug and flash suppressor. Therefore it was covered under the ban.
     
  10. fistful

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    The second amendment was treated like toilet paper in 1994. Does that count?
     
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