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Your favorite Plinkers? Lets see em!

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Javelin, Sep 19, 2008.

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  1. Javelin

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    Figured we should see some pics of your favorite plinkers. Heres mine!

    [GSG-5 w/ SWR Spectre suppressor] I like it because it is great fun, really low cost, and spooky quiet. It is definitely a neat little toy to go shooting with (obviously I had to throw in my Suppressed Glock..haha).

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  2. BeltfedMG

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    Good ole GENERAL MOTORS goodness!
     
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    My personal plinking equipment....

    Wolverines and a convertible Double Nine:
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    SKS Paratrooper
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    Convertible H&R 676 & Norinco Tok-type:
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    Oh yeah, I almost forgot my most recent addition, which has made me one rabid .38SPL fanatic. This thing is fantastic with the smoothest, lightest DA trigger I've ever experienced:
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  4. Javelin

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    Those are some sexy plinkers and I have never seen a .38SPL with a 6" barrel b/f. :what:

    Lets see some more!
     
  5. RaisedByWolves

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    S&W 22a with factory wood grips. I bought this used for a lil more than the grips cost new.



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  6. woad_yurt

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    8 3/8" barrel. It's a Target Masterpiece. I think it couldn't be more appropriately named, too. I bought it in a pawn shop for $314.00, out the door.
     
  7. Majic

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    I guess you haven't been looking at guns very long.
     
  8. XavierBreath

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    Plinkers........

    Ah man....... You're talkin' my language now! I have a few, but rather than post pic after pic, I'll start with the one that usually goes on my hip while fishing, and I'll post more after a few other folks get a shot.

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  9. Omaha-BeenGlockin

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    Check out the pair standing behind that belt fed MG----no ears on and not even finching.
     
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    I assume you meant flinching. I bet everyone in that pic was flinching hard not long after it was taken.
     
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    I plink with what I use and don't mess around. :cool:

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    Not flinching? They may just have plugs in.
     
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    High-Standard M-101 Duramatic .22LR
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    Colt Official Police in .22LR.

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    Looking at the muzzle flash, the photo was obviously taken with a relatively fast shutter speed. I bet they were flinching plenty 1/125 second later. Either that or they were deaf.
     
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    She aint pretty

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  17. XavierBreath

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    Ohhhhhhhhh I like that Bakail! Everyone needs one of those!

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    Folks don't know what they're missing by not having an Izzy . . . best bargain in air-gunning!
     
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    Xavier; I love the picture of the Ruger with the fishing stuff. I have one of those little pliers that I bought like 30 years ago. That was prior to the days of multi-tools.

    I enjoy the pictures. I'm a perfectionist and hesitate to post pictures online.

    All my guns that I shoot are plinkers at one time or another! Great fun.
     
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    There is nothing more fun than burning through a couple hundred rounds of birdshot and 100 or so (low recoil) slugs in an afternoon.

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    I also shoot my carry gun a lot, either a S&W 4" Model 65 or a Sig P6.

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    Can't wait for a can!
     
  24. Lamb of Gun

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    p6, 1911A1, mk3

    Why isn't there a mk3 on every single post!!!???

    the 1911A1 doesn't count much as a plinker to me though. 45 ACP is just a bit large to call a plinking round.
     

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    hankdatank: How is that P22 treating you? I was looking to get one a while back and read some mixed reviews on it. Are you satisfied with it?
     
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