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View Poll Results: Which firearm types do you own?

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

    285 32.02%
  • Shotgun Auto (non MSSA)

    94 10.56%
  • Rifle (single, double, pump, lever, bolt)

    403 45.28%
  • Rifle Auto (non MSSA)

    173 19.44%
  • MSSA

    63 7.08%
  • Pistol

    77 8.65%
  • Black powder (rifle, pistol, shotgun)

    34 3.82%
  • Air/Gas (pistol, rifle)

    309 34.72%
  • un-armed

    293 32.92%
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Thread: The firearm thread

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    I've only got a Ruger 10/22 and semi shotgun, but when I was looking at rifles a couple of years ago i landed on the 7mm-08 for a decent caliber for pretty much anything round here. I think i was gonna go for a Tika T3 but never ended up following through.

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    Quote Originally Posted by old slider View Post
    Not so sure the 300 weatherby Magnum throwing around 85 grns of H4831 is a short magnum, only the 416Rigby and 460 weatherby Magnums throwing a bit more powder in the more common bang sticks, either way your right, we don't need the big cannons here in NZ, and many of my reloading mates get trapped into velocities instead of whats the most accurate and using a good range finder.
    should have gone to specsavers. thought you meant 300 rsaum. yeah 300 mag is a little bit excessive.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mangere View Post
    I've ... got a Ruger 10/22 .
    i'm sorry to hear that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Akzle View Post
    i'm sorry to hear that.
    Cobblers. The 10/22 is a good cheap plinking gun. Shoot it all day for buggar all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonu View Post
    Cobblers. The 10/22 is a good cheap plinking gun. Shoot it all day for buggar all.
    Haha exactly, and this is an older one with the alloy action rather than all the plastic that the new ones have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonu View Post
    Cobblers. The 10/22 is a good cheap plinking gun. Shoot it all day for buggar all.
    yeah. but when you can watch the hammer cycling through the scope...you know the action is rough.

    they need about 4 hours of work before they're worth shooting.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mangere View Post
    Haha exactly, and this is an older one with the alloy action rather than all the plastic that the new ones have.
    yeah with the hard hammer that grinds out rails in the top and doesn't ride square... they're better than a magtech... a bit.

    seen a lot of 10/s but yet to be impressed by one.


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    I accidentally a deposit on an AR10 from Guncity.

    By far the cheapest on the market (admitedly it was on Special - less than $2k for the rifle) - Ironically one of the other supplier I contacted rather rudely claimed that no one does AR10's for less then $2k...

    I'm getting a nice Leupold optic on it for serious hunting - and am looking at Aliexpress to get a knock-off ACOG for target plinking.

    And my Licence has shown up in the mail
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    I made 12 new arrows from ceder , nice brown Chinese Fletchings , spined to #56 about 3 dollars each , ...

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    During all of the furore over Senate hearings into members of the Trump Administration the Republicans are slipping a few law changes through under the radar. The "Hearing Protection Act" might be considered one such.

    A law to do with hearing aids? No, a law to make firearm silencers legal. Cynical much? Not a shocker here because silencers are legal and there are genuine reaons why shooters might want one. Not so in the USA, opponents can only envisage quieter murders.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pritch View Post
    During all of the furore over Senate hearings into members of the Trump Administration the Republicans are slipping a few law changes through under the radar. The "Hearing Protection Act" might be considered one such.

    A law to do with hearing aids? No, a law to make firearm silencers legal. Cynical much? Not a shocker here because silencers are legal and there are genuine reaons why shooters might want one. Not so in the USA, opponents can only envisage quieter murders.
    "in the land of the truly free, Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms would be the name of a convinience store, not a government department"

    you've always been able to get silencers in the us, you just have to pay 200 buck to the ATF.


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