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The Lounge>Off Season Lets Talk Guns, Part 2
HonestChieffan 11:58 AM 01-23-2011
Been a while since we had a guns n' ammo discussion.


Some of you are AR shooters Im sure. Im looking at a Colt 6920. Will be my first AR. Picked up a Glock this fall and really enjoy shooting it. Any feedback on that weapon?



Anyone else been in a buy/sell/trade mood with hardware?
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Lzen 07:49 AM 07-14-2015
3 punks robbed the Academy Sports store in Topeka, KS the other day. This guy delayed and may have possible helped thwart the getaway. All thanks to the new Kansas law that allows conceal carry without a license.

http://www.wibw.com/home/headlines/T...314009921.html
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Tombstone RJ 08:54 AM 07-14-2015
Originally Posted by Lzen:
3 punks robbed the Academy Sports store in Topeka, KS the other day. This guy delayed and may have possible helped thwart the getaway. All thanks to the new Kansas law that allows conceal carry without a license.

http://www.wibw.com/home/headlines/T...314009921.html
great story, thanks!
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CrazyPhuD 06:11 PM 07-17-2015
Why? Because 'merica


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notorious 07:20 PM 07-17-2015
Is anyone interested in a Ruger M77 Hawkeye 22-250?


A friend of mine is selling his and it is a hell of a deal. I am selling (or trying) for him at Snipershide. If anyone is interested PM me an offer.

http://www.scout.com/military/sniper...hawkeye-22-250
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Munson 12:47 PM 07-24-2015
Geissele is having a 50% off blem sale.

The triggers are already gone, but they still have a bunch of handguard rails in stock.

http://geissele.com/blems.html
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Lzen 06:51 AM 07-28-2015
Massive Taurus Safety Settlement Could Include 100,000 Pistols
Posted by Bob Owens on July 28, 2015 at 7:49 am
Though it seems to largely be flying under the radar, a $39 million class action settlement by Taurus Firearms could impact up to 100,000 handguns with alleged safety design issues:

Brazil-based handgun maker Forjas Taurus SA has agreed to a $39 million settlement in a class action lawsuit alleging some of the company’s most popular semi-automatic handguns can discharge when dropped and have a defective safety that allows the gun to fire even when it’s engaged.

According to court documents filed May 15 in a U.S. District Court in Florida, the company has agreed to pay up to $30 million to owners of nine separate handgun models who opt to send their pistols back, with owners receiving anywhere from $150 to $200 for their pistols depending on how many choose that option.

The agreement also will extend the warranty for the nine handgun models, allowing gun owners to send the pistols back to have the handguns inspected by Taurus technicians and address the “safety defects” alleged in the suit. Documents show the settlement could include as many as 100,000 handguns.

The settlement also calls for a maximum $9 million in attorney’s fees.

A Taurus official confirmed the settlement agreement, arguing the company does not admit any wrongdoing.

The settlement includes the following pistols.

PT-111 Millennium
PT-132 Millennium
PT-138 Millennium
PT-140 Millennium
PT-145 Millennium
PT-745 Millennium
PT-609
PT-640
PT-24/7
The safety issues do not apparently affect the older metal frame pistols based upon Beretta designs, nor the G2 models.

http://bearingarms.com/massive-tauru...00000-pistols/
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notorious 06:53 PM 09-01-2015



:-)
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Munson 07:12 PM 09-01-2015
I've been on an SKS buying binge the past few weeks. For some reason I really like them, and had to add to the collection.

I bought 1 Russian, 1 Romanian, and 2 Yugos. I ended up selling the Romanian over the weekend since I went a little overboard.

Once I get the cosmoline cleaned off the Yugos, I'll post some pics.
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TribalElder 07:22 PM 09-01-2015
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Trivers 07:50 PM 09-01-2015
1680 powder at $19/lb for 8lb jug at Powder Valley.

http://www.powdervalleyinc.com/

Ordering 16lb.

That should make a few 300 BLK.
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Lzen 08:05 AM 09-04-2015
I don't remember who recommended it but I have been using Wikiarms and, for the most part, it has been great. Lately, though, I've gotten emails around 4am or so saying that Freedom First Outfitters has 7.62 X 39 ammo for 0.13/round. By the time I get up in the morning and read that email (usually from 7-8:30am) and then click the link to go to their website to get the deal, the price is 0.91/round.

Has anyone else experienced this? Do you think this place is just trying to jack with the system in order to generate traffic to their site? Or do they simply sell out that fast? And if it's the latter, why is the difference between their sale price and their regular price so extreme?
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kepp 09:55 AM 09-04-2015
I don't know that I've ever seen 7.62x39 for 0.91 per round. That's outrageously expensive. It sounds to me like they're gaming the system.

EDIT: right now they have Wolf for $0.24/round - http://www.freedomfirstoutfitters.co...122-gr-1000rds
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notorious 06:33 PM 09-04-2015
Palmetto has the Aimpoint Micro H1 on sale for $499 and the fantastic Aimpoint PRO on sale for $365.

http://palmettostatearmory.com/

I have a PRO and it's awesome. Comes with the prefect mount for an AR and 3 year always-on battery life. I want a Micro, but the new Trijicon has me intrigued.
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Tombstone RJ 06:58 PM 09-04-2015
Originally Posted by notorious:
Palmetto has the Aimpoint Micro H1 on sale for $499 and the fantastic Aimpoint PRO on sale for $365.

http://palmettostatearmory.com/

I have a PRO and it's awesome. Comes with the prefect mount for an AR and 3 year always-on battery life. I want a Micro, but the new Trijicon has me intrigued.
It says the two are on sale for $629 and $424...
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