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post #3286 of 3296
Looks like a great CQB gun
post #3287 of 3296
That firearm looks as if it should be Class 3. Is it?
post #3288 of 3296
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Originally Posted by JLibourel View Post

That firearm looks as if it should be Class 3. Is it?
It's a bullpup so it looks shorter because of design but the lengths are totally legal. It's not an SBR
post #3289 of 3296
I knew the bullpup configuration would skew perspectives somewhat, but even allowing for that, I didn't think that barrel was 16 inches. With the bullpup configuration, that rifle looks very similar to a rifle the British experimented with after WWII. They were forced to drop the project, if I've got my facts right, because the Americans were insistent on the 7.62 NATO cartridge and so they ended up with the FAL.
post #3290 of 3296
Jan, you think you might have known this fellow in Pacific Palisades?

http://www.kfoxtv.com/template/inews_wire/wires.national/2f4b6df6-www.kfoxtv.com.shtml#.Va3LkSpVhHw
post #3291 of 3296
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I want this gun soooooo badly.





ive yet to shoot any bullpup that i enjoyed. just not my cup o tea.
post #3292 of 3296
I am not into the bullpup design either. I really want to be. Personally, I find the design very attractive but when it comes down to trigger time it's off for me.
I do need an SBR for CQB that for sure.
post #3293 of 3296
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Originally Posted by Mauro View Post

I am not into the bullpup design either. I really want to be. Personally, I find the design very attractive but when it comes down to trigger time it's off for me.
I do need an SBR for CQB that for sure.

agreed. for me it seems i cant find a trigger i like as well as the Geissele i have on my AR. So i think what ill do is get a SBR upper in 300 and put it on my lower.
post #3294 of 3296
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Originally Posted by rnoldh View Post

Jan, you think you might have known this fellow in Pacific Palisades?

http://www.kfoxtv.com/template/inews_wire/wires.national/2f4b6df6-www.kfoxtv.com.shtml#.Va3LkSpVhHw

That's a weird case, isn't it? My friend Dave Workman at the Second Amendment Foundation told me today he had half-wondered if that could have been me! However, I don't live anywhere near Pacific Palisades, and I don't own anything like 1,200 firearms. (I probably have far too many for any sane man as it is!)
post #3295 of 3296
^Good Lord, that case is just getting more and more weird by the day! It turns out that Jeffery Alan Lash (that was his name) had convinced his fiancee and her assistant that he was a human-space alien hybrid sent to save humanity and working with the government. The cops also recovered a dozen SUVs fitted out for various types of terrain, including amphibious use, plus $230,000 in cash. I suspect a lot of the money for all this may have come from the fiancee, who reportedly owns a number of income properties in SoCal. The assistant, Dawn VadBunker, is pretty damn babe-a-licious for an old broad crowding 40.
post #3296 of 3296
I am have been offered a good deal on an STI "Eagle". Do any of you guys shoot an STI pistol? Thoughts?
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