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View Poll Results: Which firearm types do you own?

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  • Shotgun (single, double, pump, lever, bolt)

    285 31.95%
  • Shotgun Auto (non MSSA)

    94 10.54%
  • Rifle (single, double, pump, lever, bolt)

    403 45.18%
  • Rifle Auto (non MSSA)

    174 19.51%
  • MSSA

    63 7.06%
  • Pistol

    77 8.63%
  • Black powder (rifle, pistol, shotgun)

    34 3.81%
  • Air/Gas (pistol, rifle)

    309 34.64%
  • un-armed

    294 32.96%
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Thread: The firearm thread

  1. #31
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    Bloody psycho gun owners...

    While people are asking for bits, anyone know where I can get a speed loader for a SKS?

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    try trademe or www.guncity.co.nz always have stuff there
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    Illegal conversions

    Learnt how to convert an SLR to full auto with a matchstick when I was in the army. Haven't tried it myself thou.

    Was given a full auto conversion piece of metal for my Ruger 10/22 by a friend. Turned out to be pretty useless.

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    Bloody hell. Puts a whole new context on the retort "You and whose army?".

    All this fire power, and we're still stuck with Helen. Buncha wimps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Dover View Post
    you've got to do something to disguise it's belgian origins.
    Yea but in battle conditions I'd take it over ....Styer, AR15, M16, G3, and even the mini 14 (all of these guns I have had stoppages while using them) no stoppages with the L1 (or the old SKS or AK just to short a round) I love the 308 - hide behind the tree? shoot through the tree!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpankMe View Post
    Learnt how to convert an SLR to full auto with a matchstick when I was in the army. Haven't tried it myself thou.

    Was given a full auto conversion piece of metal for my Ruger 10/22 by a friend. Turned out to be pretty useless.
    Guys I know who used these in the army used to push the selector around one more place, no match stick required (3 speed box) just don't get caught

    Got a mate with the book for the full auto on the 10/22, got it when he was in the states, saw a video of him using one, kept on jamming. not for me. already on my second 10/22 after running my other one down, grown up a bit now
    Quote Originally Posted by scracha View Post
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    Heaps of rounds

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    What do you need?? Price is reflected by availability and cost price.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpankMe View Post
    Learnt how to convert an SLR to full auto with a matchstick when I was in the army. Haven't tried it myself thou.

    Was given a full auto conversion piece of metal for my Ruger 10/22 by a friend. Turned out to be pretty useless.
    I learnt the same. It works but it means as soon as you pull the trigger you loose off the whole mag. Bit of a waste.

    Brought some of my books back from the UK. Amongst them was one by Paladin Press with full instructions how to build a trigger unit for the 10/22. Doesnt take long or many tools. TUrns that particular carbine into select fire. 1200 rpm.

    Strictly for educational purposes of course.

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    So, for the end of the world, what's the best commonly available gun to protect my family and stash of food/fuel in our suburban fortress? Sawn off shotgun for close-in fighting? Or a good trusty hunting rifle to pick off the starving raiders as they close in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mumbles View Post
    Yea but in battle conditions I'd take it over ....Styer, AR15, M16, G3, and even the mini 14 (all of these guns I have had stoppages while using them) no stoppages with the L1 (or the old SKS or AK just to short a round) I love the 308 - hide behind the tree? shoot through the tree!
    Mate of mine served in the first Gulf War. Found the SA80 didnt have the reach in the distances they operated at.

    His unit (Pioneers) was reissued with the SLR/FN.

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    Got half a dozen or so WW1 & WW2 British and German rifles, plus a pumpy shotty and a Winchester rifle.
    Hardly ever used them, but now our new place backs onto a forest its great just jumping the fence and blasting away at trees etc.
    Love the noise of big calibre rifles!

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    The firearm thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Steam View Post
    So, for the end of the world, what's the best commonly available gun to protect my family and stash of food/fuel in our suburban fortress? Sawn off shotgun for close-in fighting? Or a good trusty hunting rifle to pick off the starving raiders as they close in?

    Suburban fortress?.....A pump shotgun with a red-dot, loaded with 00's backed up with a machete.
    "Never do today, what you can put off until tomorrow!"

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    a .410 gauge is more appropriate for home defence. Less likely to penetrate walls when family is on the other side.

    I have a .410 side by side with external hammers. Nothings louder when shooting rifled slugs

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpankMe View Post
    Learnt how to convert an SLR to full auto with a matchstick when I was in the army. Haven't tried it myself thou.

    Was given a full auto conversion piece of metal for my Ruger 10/22 by a friend. Turned out to be pretty useless.
    Yeah they jam too much, especially with cheap ammo.

    i call mine the David Baine special. An yes, I could shoot myself in the head with the silencer on it.
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