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Old November 22, 2002, 07:32 PM   #26
Gordon Hanson
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"second VA NIB UZI, currently a keeper for when the first UZI is all shot out"

PSP: Please post when you wear out your first Uzi. Thanks.
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Old November 22, 2002, 09:24 PM   #27
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I'm german, born in the american sector. Came to america 4 years after I proudly declared to my mother that I when I'm big, I'll go to america, get a gun and shoot the russians. I was 5 at that time - US military hardware on parade was pretty impressive to this 5 year old. Fate?

I too was a HS senior in this country. I even remember when the pledge of alligeance was said by the students, each morning as class started - this was in the mid-west, early 70's, 3rd grade. When we moved from the mid-west to the PRK in the mid-70's - 'what is the pledge of alligence?' How things have changed.

My INS interview for citizenship is in a few weeks. Wonder how they view current or past membership in - Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, NRA, 2 gun clubs, and the US Naval Institute (big fan of US naval history)? (have to list all this and more on the application)
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Old November 23, 2002, 09:53 PM   #28
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I bought two more NFA weapons yesterday. When I bought my Sten, the sheiff's office couldn't have been nicer in signing the paperwork. But, we have a new sheriff taking office in January and I don't know what he will be like, so I decided to buy now.
I bought a suppressed Ruger 10/22 and a suppressed Ruger MK.II pistol. I decided to buy both guns from AAC
I got the Phoenix model rifle and pistol.
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Old November 24, 2002, 04:36 PM   #29
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USAS 12 semiauto

My wife bought it for me as a present before they were declared DDs. We were at Knob Creek and someone had the selective fire version and I had a chance to shoot it. WOW Shortly after that she presented me with mine! I get it out from time to time and run a few boxes through it (I do whish I had gotten a drum when they were almost reasonbly priced).
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Old November 24, 2002, 08:29 PM   #30
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Crossed over this year:
Colt M16A1 with original and m4 barrels
Ruger 22 rifle with integrated silencer
HK sear registered in 3 calibers for future use in a conversion
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Old November 28, 2002, 10:36 AM   #31
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I only have one, a S&W 76 in 9mm. I would love more but it in Michigan only C&Rs are allowed. I shoot about 5-6000 rounds a year through it. If they were morwe affordable I would own more but I like too many other types of firearms as well. I would love to own a suppressor as well but they are not allowed as well as short barreled rifles or shotguns. I can shoot at a 25 yard indoor range near me but I have to drive two hours to get to a range where they will let me shoot it outdoors. I usually let anyone that asks try it as long as they buy a box of ammo from the range. It is my way of saying thanks to the range owner. He makes a buck of the ammo and I get free 9mm brass.
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Old December 6, 2002, 07:52 PM   #32
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I have;

UZI bolt gun by SWD Receiver is SBR.
Cobray/SWD M11/9mm.
Colt M16.
Suppressor that fits M11 and UZI (w/ aftermarket barrel).
Suppressor for TEC22T.
Remington 870 SBS.
MAC Pen gun AOW.

Now I just need to find a DD to round out the collection.

I use the UZI for competition when I can afford the vacation time. I've been to Knob Creek 3 times and two other smaller competitions.

Happiness is a warm UZI.
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Old December 7, 2002, 11:36 PM   #33
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Married with 2 teens and a mortgage has chewed on my class 3 . I bought most of my guns before marriage .

Gone are my :
Wilson MP-40
BSA M1914 Lewis .303 ground gun
Winchester M1918 BAR
H&R M50 Reising

Still have :
Colt RR AR15 11.5" 5.56 with .22 conversion
Savage 1942 M-1 TSMG
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Old December 28, 2004, 03:08 AM   #34
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I am the proud owner of an MG-42 and a Sten MkII, both C&R and both in excellent condition. They're getting occasional use and are very well cleaned and maintained after each shooting session, so they run flawlessly. It's a real joy to share these fine pieces with those who have not ever fired a gun before. Many of my friends who also own historic firearms agree. Also in the collection are a few WWII rifles such as the Mauser k98, Luger Parabellum, M1 Garand, and M1 Carbine. Vintage firearms have more appeal than modern ones. Check out my website's videos page and surf around the other pages there to see ancient weapons and armour all made here at the Knight's Armoury in Anoka, MN. Enjoy your next trip to the range....
Old December 29, 2004, 09:16 AM   #35
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I have a few guns in the transfer process to my dealer and waiting for me to get the corporation papers before I fdo the transfers. State told me I should have the corp paperwork back in about three weeks. In the meantime, my local C3 guy is also an indoor shooting range, so I can shoot the guns before the form 4's are approved.

1928A1 WH Thompson
Beretta BM-59 Alpine
Two M11's
H&R Reising Model 50
NIB PAWS converted Olympic Arms M16
Norrell Converted EA M-16
Gemtech Outback for my P22

For the 16's and BM-59 I use frangible ammo to shoot indoors at 25 yards (308 indoors requires a lot of hearing protection). Also have a dedicated 22 upper for the 16s.
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Old January 4, 2005, 12:36 AM   #36
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NFAs and I shoot them all a few times a year

Never confuse the "wife prices" with the actual prices or your bags will be packed!

AK-47 Krink (Actually met Gen Kalashnikov at a Shot Show)
M16 Colt
Mac10/45 Suppressed
HK51 (same sear)

The one I'm shooting tends to be my favorite. I'm maxed out...I think (it's a disease)
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Old January 4, 2005, 11:16 AM   #37
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MG42 (original C&R)
AK47 (incoming: will be converted to an RPK)
(3) M16's (all three are RDIAS guns)
(3) SWD M11's
RAMO 1919A4
American 180
HK51A3 (sear gun)
.45 Spitfire SMG
Bowers CAC-22 supressor
AAC Phantom 9mm supressor

I haven't shot the AK yet (still waiting for the F3 transfer), but so far my favorite is the MG42. What a beast! I'm actually thinking of trying to get another and set them up on the twin mount, side-by-side.
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Old January 13, 2005, 02:27 PM   #38
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I'm waiting Form 4 approval on a NIB Vector mini-Uzi. I must have a few NFA because I've a Master Card bill that would gag a maggot :barf: . I shoot them as often as I can get out, but recently my club has been sponsoring a Machine Gun Shoot. Then they all come out for a wild weekend of "blowing the rust out of the barrels". We have alot of locals attending, so its their first and probably only time to satisfy the Walter Mitty urge to fire a machine gun. (There are alot of Maggy Mittys who get a kick out of the sub guns). I also run up the tab adding stuff to the basic gun; 22 conversion, different uppers, different stocks, sights, etc. ad infinium. Like a new car, its not the base price of the car, its the accessories that drive the price up. Do I own NFA? Oh Yah!
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Old March 11, 2005, 04:45 AM   #39
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i wish i colud buy one but i am uder 21. also i am currently living in nyc. the most anti gun state in america. however when i move to pa i am planning on buying a uzi from a neighbor of my uncles for only 2k. unfourtunately that wont be until next year.
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Old March 12, 2005, 12:51 PM   #40
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Ruger AC556
MAC 11/9

Working on Thompson M1
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Old March 20, 2005, 02:32 PM   #41
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Mac 10

I'm down to just one.....Mac 10 9mm with a can! Had an American 180 a while back that was alot of fun. Class III is a fun diversion...but mostly into Cooper rifles...accurate Varmint rifles with big scopes...LOL sounds just like a kid! lol Kenny
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Old March 20, 2005, 08:42 PM   #42
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This thread still running ?

Just bought a Guide Lamp M3 Grease Gun .

Now the waiting game .

Please support Crimson Trace Grips , Mossberg and Beretta . They support our troops .
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Old March 20, 2005, 10:45 PM   #43
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I currently have a blue Ruger ac556 long stock and a blue short barrel side folder. I am trading the long stock towards a Vector Uzi. I just sent the paperwork.
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Old March 21, 2005, 12:18 AM   #44
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I've got a few toys in the 'ol locker.

10 or so that run with 5.56
5 or so that run on .308
8 or so that run with pistol cals
And a handful that run various other cals.
Drink your Kool-Aid, follow me.
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Old April 30, 2005, 01:46 PM   #45
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Multiple suppressors in .22, 9mm, 44 Mag, 45 ACP, .308. On the FA side: Uzi, M10/9, AC556, M2. My favorite of all of these is:

Silent Destroyer by Tom Denall: 44 Mag Ruger 77/44 -- As quiet as a suppressed .22lr, but fires a 300 grain bullet at 1000 fps.

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Old August 20, 2005, 01:57 PM   #46
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mine:norrell 10/22, norrell sten mk2, jerseyarms M10 .45, sendra/B.F.I. M4 with .22 and 9M.M. conversions and a H.W.P. suppressor. nice assortment!
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Old August 20, 2005, 05:18 PM   #47
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I have a couple myself. TRW M14, SA M1A Class3, and a Reising Model 50 sub-gun. Looking at an M2 overstamp now. Probably going to pick up a supressed 10/22 before the M2.

My Class 3 collecting started in the 1970s.
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Old August 20, 2005, 07:35 PM   #48
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Something ate my picture above: Silent Destroyer 44 Mag Suppressed.

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Old August 21, 2005, 04:40 AM   #49
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Just picked up a Gemtech suppressor for .223 last Sunday.
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